Interviews with People Management Leaders
Interviews with industry leaders on how to approach people operations challenges.
Elad Gil: How to approach high growth 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.
Claire Hughes Johnson: How Stripe's COO approaches company building
Stripe’s Chief Operating Officer, Claire Hughes Johnson, talks about her mindset when making organizational decisions, her hiring and onboarding 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 of Deloitte breaks down traditional ideas of HR using research, surveys and case studies to highlight innovation, potential, and change in the industry.
Chris Tobin: How to Balance Compensation and Performance
Senior VP of People and Places at Affirm, Chris Tobin, talks about the need to codify culture through values, and then goes on to explain his compensation philosophy, and it's impact on employee development.
HR Leaders from Coinbase, Thumbtack & Reddit Discuss How to Retain Top Talent
Nathalie McGrath (Coinbase), Justin Anguswat (Thumbtack) and Farah Kassam (Reddit) talk about how to companies should think about retaining and growing their employees.
Sarah Nahm on How to Hire Top Talent
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 think about building a next generation recruiting function.
Anna Binder on How Asana Built Silicon Valley's Leading Company Culture
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
Reddit's VP of People illustrates 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: How to Give Candid Feedback
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.
Keith Rabois on How to Find and Grow Talent
Keith Rabois discusses how to find and grow talent. Keith is currently a Partner at Khosla Ventures and was a former executive at PayPal, Linkedin & Square.
Fred Stevens-Smith on How to Build a Culture that Scales
In this episode of Resources for Humans, Fred shares how Rainforest QA’s company values manifest in their culture and management philosophy.