Creating a People-First Performance Culture for Startups
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Talent and career development in startups is typically nonexistent - so at super{set}, we're changing that. While a startup’s opportunities for rapid growth and trial by fire are incredible, we believe startup employees can still benefit from intentional mentorship and development. No - it's not about bringing in professional coaches who lack hands-on company-building expertise. And no, it's more than advice from the balcony unmarried to what life is actually like in the startup trenches.

Joining Tom and Vivek in the studio are the first graduates of super{set}’s coaching program for its employees: Jen D’Amico (Head of Business Development at Ketch), Anupam Gupta (Head of Customer Success at Ketch), and Ted Flanagan (Chief Customer Officer at Habu, recently Acquired by LiveRamp). 

How can startups improve outcomes by becoming more self-aware and assessing strengths and development areas better? How can entrepreneurs create the soil conditions for their employees to perform, even within the fast-paced startup environment? What advice do Jen, Anupam, and Ted have for startup employees - and the founders at the helm - around the globe? 

Join us in the first episode of Season 5 of The {Closed} Session!

Listen (or watch) all episodes of The {Closed} Session at www.theclosedsession.com

Learn more about Ketch at www.ketch.com

Learn more about Habu (acquired by LiveRamp) at www.habu.com

Learn more about super{set} - including co-founding with us and open roles across our portfolio of companies - at 

www.superset.com

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