Sinopse

The Resources for Humans Podcast discusses people strategy trends and best practices for people management. It features people operations leaders and management experts from across various industries. The podcast is produced by Lattice, a performance management software company; visit https://latticehq.com/resources for more details.

Episódios

  • How Box A/B tested its culture

    How Box A/B tested its culture

    11/12/2018 Duração: 31min

    Aaron Levie talks about Box’s culture, how he built it through A/B testing, and the huge opportunity that he thinks big companies are missing out on.

  • Elad Gil: How to approach high growth companies

    Elad Gil: How to approach high growth companies

    09/10/2018 Duração: 35min

    Elad Gil explains how to approach high growth technology companies. Elad Gil is an entrepreneur, operating executive, and investor who has helped companies like Airbnb, Gusto, Stripe, Square, Google and Twitter navigate the hyper-growth phase.

  • Alison Green: The creator behind “Ask A Manager” shares her best management tips

    Alison Green: The creator behind “Ask A Manager” shares her best management tips

    27/06/2018 Duração: 21min

    In the latest episode of Resources for Humans, Jack sits down with Alison Green from the popular “Ask a Manager” blog. If you’ve ever Googled for the solution to a workplace or career-related dilemma, then chances are you’ve stumbled upon the “Ask a Manager” blog. It covers everything from how long managers might take to respond to a job application to how to deal with an employee who casts “magical curses” on coworkers (yes, really).

  • Claire Hughes Johnson: How Stripes COO approaches company building

    Claire Hughes Johnson: How Stripe's COO approaches company building

    16/05/2018 Duração: 29min

    In this episode of Resources for Humans, we talk to Stripe’s Chief Operating Officer Claire Hughes Johnson, who spent over a decade at Google before joining Stripe, to talk about her mindset when making organizational decisions, her hiring and on-boarding practices, and the real source of power when it comes to leadership.

  • Josh Bersin: How HR has evolved over the past 10 years and what happens next

    Josh Bersin: How HR has evolved over the past 10 years and what happens next

    11/04/2018 Duração: 43min

    In this episode of Resources for Humans, Josh Bersin describes the evolving work environment and explains how HR leaders need to adapt their people practices to the demands of the modern workforce.

  • Chris Tobin: How to Balance Compensation and Performance

    Chris Tobin: How to Balance Compensation and Performance

    14/03/2018 Duração: 28min

    Senior VP of People and Places at Affirm, Chris Tobin, talks about the interplay between values and company culture and explains his thought process around compensation and performance management.

  •  Steve Hopkins: How Culture Amp Approaches Org Design and the Need for Real-Time Employee Feedback

    Steve Hopkins: How Culture Amp Approaches Org Design and the Need for Real-Time Employee Feedback

    07/02/2018 Duração: 36min

    Culture Amp's Director of Customer Success, Steve Hopkins, discusses how access to employee feedback is changing organizations, and explains Culture Amp’s unique organizational design, the teams model.

  • HR Leaders from Coinbase, Thumbtack  Reddit Discuss How to Retain Top Talent

    HR Leaders from Coinbase, Thumbtack & Reddit Discuss How to Retain Top Talent

    03/01/2018 Duração: 44min

    Nathalie McGrath (Director of People, Coinbase), Justin Angsuwat (VP of People, Thumbtack) and Farah Kassam (Director of Talent Development, Reddit) join Jack Altman (CEO of Lattice) for a conversation around how to companies should think about retaining and growing their employees.

  • Sarah Nahm on How to Hire Top Talent

    Sarah Nahm on How to Hire Top Talent

    25/07/2017 Duração: 30min

    Sarah Nahm, CEO of Lever, has been working with companies like Netflix, Lyft and KPMG to help them navigate the new world of recruiting. In this episode of Resources for Humans, Sarah talks about what she’s learned in the process of building Lever, a modern applicant tracking system, and how companies should approach building a next generation recruiting function.

  • Anna Binder on How Asana Built Silicon Valleys Leading Company Culture

    Anna Binder on How Asana Built Silicon Valley's Leading Company Culture

    22/06/2017 Duração: 19min

    Tech companies often prioritize growth over making sure they develop a healthy work environment. Asana has been an exception to the rule. The company’s founders, Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein, prioritized culture from day one. Instead of organically letting the culture grow, the founders treated culture as a product that needed to be built and iterated on over time. And the approach has worked - Asana was on Glassdoor’s Top 10 Best Places to Work in 2017. In this episode of Resources for Humans, Asana’s Head of People, Anna Binder, explains the company’s approach to culture and how to build an experience that benefits both the employee and the company’s mission.

  • Katelin Holloway on How Reddit Approaches People Ops

    Katelin Holloway on How Reddit Approaches People Ops

    11/04/2017 Duração: 28min

    Katelin Holloway, the VP of People & Culture at Reddit, has helped the popular website grow up into a company. In this wide ranging conversation, Katelin talks about what a modern people operations team looks like, details how to build an end-to-end employee experience, discusses the role of culture, and explains why Reddit doesn’t negotiate salaries.

  • Kim Scott on How to Give Candid Feedback

    Kim Scott on How to Give Candid Feedback

    14/03/2017 Duração: 15min

    Kim Scott, former Google exec and Apple University faculty member, shares how managers should approach giving feedback and how to build a culture of trust.

  • Fred Stevens-Smith on How to Build a Culture that Scales

    Fred Stevens-Smith on How to Build a Culture that Scales

    09/01/2017 Duração: 22min

    Every company has a set of values; principles that guide an organization's internal conduct, and its relationship with customers. These values get announced at company-wide meetings, memorialized on the internal wiki, printed out on big posters, and then listed on the marketing site for customers to see. But how do you make sure these values actually mean something? How do these values impact your company culture on a daily basis? In this episode of Resources for Humans, Fred shares how Rainforest QA’s company values manifest in their culture and management philosophy. [3:34] How to build culture around your company values [6:05] Fred shares Rainforest QAs values and what they mean [8:10] What’s culture, how do you impact it, and where do employees fit in [10:34] What’s the role of management [14:35] How Rainforest QA approaches feedback [17:55] The importance of KPI and goal based management [19:55] What Fred learned / didn’t learn at Y Combinator

  • Keith Rabois on How to Find and Grow Talent

    Keith Rabois on How to Find and Grow Talent

    19/10/2016 Duração: 29min

    Keith Rabois discusses how to find and grow talent. Keith is currently a partner at Khosla Ventures and was formerly an executive at PayPal, Linkedin & Square.

  • Sam Altman on How to Make an Impact on the World

    Sam Altman on How to Make an Impact on the World

    19/10/2016 Duração: 21min

    Sam Altman shares his advice for how to make an impact on the world. Sam is currently the President of YC Group.

Informações: