Employees are tired. But instead of talking to them, HR teams talk to each other. That’s a shame. Because while employees don’t have all the answers, they still have something to teach.
Ben has been working at the intersection of design, product, engineering, and people for over two decades. As the first Director of Mobile at Vice, he led the team responsible for iOS, Android, Roku, and Apple TV. As the third iOS engineer at the New York Times, he helped launch the reader-supported news app to millions of daily users. As a founder and entrepreneur, he’s closed deals, launched hits (and misses), and responded to bug reports in three languages.
In every role, Ben saw how tough it was for people at every level to speak up. So he started using his experience with consumers to amplify employees’ voices at work.
Ben’s writing has been published in Fast Company, the New Yorker, and the Atlantic. His work has been featured in TechCrunch, the New York Times, and New York magazine. He studied Digital Media Design with a minor in Fine Arts at the University of Pennsylvania, and is currently an Expert in Residence at the Wharton School’s Venture Lab.
People Ops Advisor
Arsie is the Director of People at Climb Credit. Previously, she ran people at Parley Health, FiftyThree, and CarbonMade.
Change Management Advisor
Daniel is a Principal at Kotter, where he consults on change management with Fortune 500 companies.
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