About this event
Over the last year and a half, we have been accelerated into a whole new way of working, with most businesses having no choice but to work from home. As the economy starts to recover and we come up for air, companies are faced with the challenge of deciding which kind of working model they want to implement. Do they stick with the set up that got them through the pandemic, or revert to old ways of working?
Thankfully, the decision is made easier for start ups and scale ups, with the ability to shape their culture and working principles in a more agile way. Indeed, some start ups had already implemented flexible working practices before the pandemic began, establishing trust as a key pillar of their business from the get go. But what does that look like in practice? Is trust earned or given from the beginning? And what's the benefits (and reservations) about creating a high trust culture?
Join us for an AMA where we will hear from leaders from this space on this, and so much more. Please feel free to submit your questions on your registration form ahead of time, or ask live in the session.
Sandrine Meunier, Chief People Officer, Aircall
Sandrine Meunier serves as Chief People Officer for Aircall, a fast-growing, agile and flexible cloud-based voice platform, for modern businesses. Sandrine brings over 19 years of cross industry experience leading HR teams in large global companies within retail, luxury, beauty, and technology. Prior to joining Aircall, Sandrine was the Vice President of People for Ledger, a leader in security and infrastructure solutions for cryptocurrencies and blockchain applications. Previously, she was the Chief Human Resources Officer France at the Estée Lauder Companies, and Vice President of Learning and Talents at Saint Laurent Couture at Kering Group.
Greg Walters, Senior Manager of International Employee Experience and Learning + Development, Hubspot
Greg Walters helps HubSpotters learn, grow, and do their best work, regardless of when, where, or how they work. He looks after the international Learning & Development and Culture teams, and has been at the forefront of rethinking how HubSpot onboards, trains, and grows its employees and how it evolves its award-winning culture to thrive in the new hybrid working environment.
Jessie Danyi, Head of People, Pleo
Jessie focuses her time on building a supportive and people-centric workplace at fintech unicorn Pleo. She's done this at scale when building the company from 40 - 350 people in 3 years. Being South African, and having worked in multiple markets at scale-ups throughout EMEA, her perspective comes from different cultures, backgrounds, and contexts. She strongly believes that all companies can build better, healthier workplaces through delegation, trust, and listening to employees.
Anna Gordon, Business Development Manager UKI, HubSpot for Startups
Anna manages the HubSpot for Startups program for UK & Ireland. In this role, she helps startups grow better by building and scaling their go-to-market. Prior to HubSpot, Anna worked at Enterprise Ireland where she was both an investor and advisor for Irish tech startups and SMBs from a range of sectors.
Sandrine Meunier serves as Chief People Officer for Aircall, a fast-growing, agile and flexible cloud-based voice platform, for modern businesses.
Anna manages the HubSpot for Startups program for UK & Ireland.
Jessie focuses her time on building a supportive and people-centric workplace at fintech unicorn Pleo. She's done this at scale when building the company from 40 - 350 people in 3 years.
Greg Walters helps HubSpotters learn, grow, and do their best work, regardless of when, where, or how they work.
Pleo is an out-of-the-box business spending solution that offers smart company cards and automated expense reports for employees, enabling them to buy the things they need for work while giving finance teams full control and visibility of all company spending.
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