Introducing Lingo Live’s new show about Chief People Officers from the world’s fastest-growing companies.
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An HR Podcast about how these leaders guide organizations through the turbulent times of hypergrowth by investing in human beings.
They lay the groundwork that makes the impossible, inevitable. Join Lingo Live CEO Tyler Muse for conversations on how they became the leaders they are today, how they’ve navigated their toughest challenges, and how they envision the future of work.
Tyler Muse, Kelli Dragovich, Pattie Money, Brandon Sammut
Tyler Muse 00:00
It’s never been clearer that the way forward is to build people-centric companies.
Kelli Dragovich 00:05
There has been an increasing number of rapidly-growing, successful, money-backed software companies out there over the past five years. And when that happens, you have more people, you have more issues, you have an abundance of, like, organizational things these companies have to focus on. And people are waking up to, like, that’s, that’s an important part of it. It’s not just the revenue and the product.
Tyler Muse 00:30
I’m Tyler Muse, and this is Groundwork, a show about Chief People Officers from the world’s fastest-growing companies.
Pattie Money 00:37
It’s a tough job, and high-growth companies are not for the faint of heart.
Tyler Muse 00:42
The investors think about how to grow the top line, the CTO thinks about how to build the technology stack, and the founders are thinking about how to realize an ambitious vision. But there’s nothing more important than the people.
Pattie Money 00:56
The people function’s day is here. There is a huge recognition across organizations that we have to invest heavily in this area if we’re going to have the workforce of the future that we want.
Tyler Muse 01:10
Chief People Officers guide organizations through the turbulent times of hyper-growth by investing in human beings. They lay the groundwork that makes the impossible, inevitable.
Brandon Sammut 01:21
Our potential to do or accomplish things is generally pretty expansive. How do you create a system where you can help people expand their thinking and also help the organization expand its thinking on what people are truly capable of, in between the lines of their resume.
Tyler Muse 01:36
We get to know them on a human level — how they became the leaders they are today, how they’ve navigated their toughest challenges, and how they envision the future of work.
Kelli Dragovich 01:47
People say, well what do you at Pendo all day? I’m like, I’m making sure that this thing… we’re, like, stacking them appropriately so we can build up, and it’s all supported, and we can keep going.
Tyler Muse 01:58
Groundwork, the new show from Lingo Live.