A podcast by Lattice where our host Katelin Holloway talks with CEOs, founders, and a wide range of People leaders about how being a "people-first" company isn’t just good for people — it’s good for business, too. Join us while we chat with these top decision makers about their core practices, principals, and beliefs when it comes to putting your people first.
Being A Part Of The Band, With Spotify’s Katarina Berg
Katarina Berg, Chief HR Officer at Spotify, discuss the difference between having the “right” culture and having a “strong” culture.Read now, and listen →
Why Lola’s CEO Mike Volpe is “Team First” over “Customer First”Read now, and listen →
Building A Resilient Company With Mathilde CollinRead now, and listen →
Why Gary Vaynerchuk Trusts His Heart (And His Gut)Read now, and listen →
Berlin Cameron’s Jen DaSilva Says Business Is A Two Way StreetRead now, and listen →
Adobe’s Scott Belsky Talks About How Creativity Breeds Good CultureRead now, and listen →
The Business of Caring with Myisha GatsonRead now, and listen →
How Allison Robinson Harnesses The Power Of MomsRead now, and listen →
The Power of Positivity with Zach PerretRead now, and listen →
Nick Caldwell Of Twitter Wants Us To Look Toward The FutureRead now, and listen →
Why Ed Catmull, Co-Founder of Pixar, Says “We’re All In This Together”Read now, and listen →
How To Build Businesses with Integrity with Alexis OhanianRead now, and listen →
Pamela Culpepper on Finding the Courage to Speak Up and Speak OutRead now, and listen →
Eventbrite’s David Hanrahan Explains Why Being Vulnerable Can Change Company CultureRead now, and listen →
There’s No Shortcutting Your Company Culture, with Katie Burke of HubSpotRead now, and listen →
Warby Parker’s Neil Blumenthal Talks Culture, Scaling, and Giving BackRead now, and listen →
How Personal Development Can Lead To Professional Success, from TRU Colors’ Khalilah OlokunolaRead now, and listen →
How to Put People Before Product with Drift's Elias Torres and Dena UptonRead now, and listen →
Figuring It Out Together, with Zoë Harte & Erin L. Thomas of UpworkRead now, and listen →
People Strategy is Business Strategy, with Jack Altman & Dave Carhart of LatticeRead now, and listen →
Together We Go Far, with Peloton’s Shari EatonRead now, and listen →
Being A Part Of The Band, With Spotify’s Katarina BergRead now, and listen →
Meet your Host
As a founding Partner at venture capital firm Seven Seven Six, Katelin invests in people-first companies and is deeply committed to helping founders and the broader venture ecosystem evolve their diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging practices.
Katelin has served in a number of leadership roles, most recently as Reddit's VP of People and Culture. She is passionate about building scalable, inclusive institutional cultures after first being introduced to the concept of intentional cultural development at Pixar Animation Studios.
From film to tech, the one common denominator Holloway has found is that making people and employees feel a sense of belonging can unlock company cultures that can create beautiful, innovative products.