In this Culture Interview Meet Chief People Officer Ambrosia Vertesi
In this episode, we hear from Ambrosia Vertesi, Chief People Officer at Ironclad and Operating Partner of Operative Collective, shares valuable insights into Culture and its place within a company. She goes on to explain how to make relevant, meaningful connections and provide career opportunities for workers, with a focus on personal and professional growth. Ambrosia gives real-life examples and success stories in culture, she shares how to grow an exceptional workplace, as well as, how to promote employee engagement and retention. The interview is hosted by Kemp Edmonds, the Managing Director at the Canadian Workplace Culture Index.
- Valuable insights on work environment
- Personal experiences and insights on people-focused workplace culture
- Recommendations on how to engage with other people
- Methods to develop a culture where people feel like they belong
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About The Canadian Workplace Culture Podcast
The Canadian Workplace Culture Podcast focuses on sharing insights for today’s people and culture leaders. This podcast features People and Culture Leaders, CEOs, HR professionals, and other leaders in discussions about recruitment, retention, total compensation, workplace culture, the latest people and culture trends, best practices in human capital management, personal stories, and more.
The interview is hosted by Kemp Edmonds, the Managing Director at the Canadian Workplace Culture Index.
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