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Building your own Social Environment for Success

Regular Field Service News’ contributor Jan van Veen says surrounding yourself with those on the same wavelength can foster high performance, innovation and change.

Silicon Valley thrives as its own ecosystem exists on disruption. Each start-up flourishes with individuals all moving in the same direction; keen to change what’s gone before. Each person has the same values, habits, goals and mindsets. As a collective it’s no surprise this part of California is one of the most creative hubs in the world.

In this edition of the Field Service Podcast, moreMomentum’s Founder and MD (and long-time Field Service News’ Collaborator) Jan van Veen urges service leaders to choose their network wisely if they want to change the status quo. Citing the aforementioned Silicon Valley and high-performance judo athletes van Veen lays the foundations of a successful social environment for your business.

Also, for the first time this series, the podcast incorporates input from a LinkedIn discussion on this topic before the podcast was recorded. One of those who contributed to that discussion, Rohit Agarwal shared this diagram with us. It’s handy to reference this image at the appropriate point of the podcast.

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