Emily Tetto is an acceleration partners’ VP of Talent and Culture.
Patty McCord is one of the world’s greatest thinkers on company culture.  As the Chief Talent Officer at Netflix, she co-authored the Netflix Culture Deck, which Sheryl Sandberg called “maybe the most important document to come out of Silicon Valley,” and which completely changed the way leaders think about company culture. Patty joined host Robert Glazer on the Elevate Podcast to talk about starting out in the company culture field, developing the Netflix Culture Deck and how to build an engaged, high-performing company with a world-renowned culture.  Then, Robert and Patty are joined by Emily Tetto, Acceleration Partners’ VP of Talent and Culture, for a conversation on the best way to build a great culture. A big thanks to our episode sponsor, HoneyBook! When you started your business, you probably didn’t do it so you could spend all day doing admin tasks like drafting proposals, contracts and invoices.  HoneyBook is here to help you do all the administrative things your business needs, but you don’t want to spend valuable time doing yourself. Professional templates, e-signature technology and booking software are just a few of the things HoneyBook can offer to help your business run efficiently and look professional to clients and vendors.  They can even consolidate services you already use, like G-Suite and MailChimp. Listeners of this podcast can get 50% off your first year of HoneyBook by going to Honeybook.com/elevate/.
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52 minutes, 46 seconds