CAPDESK & CP FUTURES: CODIFYING CULTURE AND SAFEGUARDING IT AS YOU SCALE
Capdesk & Cooper Parry’s CP Futures team present their latest webinar in the start-up to scale-up series, this time focused on Scaling Culture.
We’ll hear from an expert panel on how to codify, manage and maintain your culture during the rapid growth and scale-up phase.
In the last decade, impressive company culture has become somewhat of a holy grail for scale-ups; an essential force in attracting and retaining the best talent, building an engaged, energised team and delivering stellar growth. Many scale-ups are reaping the rewards of combining culture with purpose and mission, too.
And yet, culture remains a huge blind spot for so many others, particularly when it comes to distilling it, or replicating it at scale.
That’s why we’re putting on this webinar and Q&A session, so you can find out how to carry your company culture forward through rapid growth.
WHAT DID WE COVER?
- Understanding your culture – How to uncover and codify your company culture.
- Ownership of culture – Who should be held responsible for company culture? And how can you measure success?
- Recruiting at pace – Why rapid hiring can actually pose an opportunity to improve company culture.
- Culture + Purpose – Can combining purpose with culture create even more momentum?
BRETTON PUTTER Founder and CEO, CultureGene
SAM FROMSON COO and Co-founder, YuLife
Sam is co-founder and COO of YuLife, he is a qualified rabbi, father of two and former hedge fund equity analyst. After a stint on the investment team at a family office he took on the challenge of building the business development and operations functions at Invoice Cycle, an UK SME lender.
STEPHAN MEYER Senior Legal Counsel, Billie
NICO BLIER-SILVESTRI CEO, Platypus
Prior to founding Platypus in March 2019, CEO Nico Blier-Silvestri lead talent and people teams at high-profile companies including Revolut, Peakon and Trustpilot. An advocate of company culture, he’s hired 1500 people over the course of his career. Nico believes it’s time for companies to do away with gut feelings, and bring data into the culture conversation.
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