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A Scrappy And Highly Practical Approach To Develop Frontline Leaders

Over the course of 40+ interviews with chief people officers (CPOs), each shared their approach to developing first-line leaders. Many CPOs had large budgets and equally large programs. Some CPOs even had the budget to scale one-on-one executive coaching to first-line managers. However, many others had smaller budgets or faced such rapid growth that they had to quickly implement a new program. Often, it was the companies that had to work quickly and with a limited budget that had the most effective and creative approaches.

Here are a few examples:

  • manager power hours with the CPO of Box
  • teaching at scale by conducting live post-mortems of leadership mistakes with a group of peers at Alto Pharmacy, and
  • a “manager digest” of timely monthly topics centered on key skills at 10x Genomics

In this recent interview, CPO of Collective Health Abbie Buck shared a best-in-class example of how a rapidly growing tech company can still deliver highly effective leadership development opportunities to the frontline on a budget.

Collective Health is a healthcare tech company with approximately 750 employees. The company focuses on making health benefits work better for everyone. “We know that the healthcare system in the U.S. is convoluted and costly and that the burden of navigating, understanding, and paying for healthcare typically falls to the individual,” Buck explained. “Collective Health wants to change that through proprietary and highly configurable technology.”

Cultivating a Customer-Centric Culture With ‘Love Letters’

The best way to obtain a realistic depiction of company culture is to ask your employees how they see it. That’s exactly

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Looking for the Best Website Builder? A Detailed Side-By-Side Review for Beginners

Picture this: you have an amazing idea or project, and you need to showcase it online. But where do you start? Which platform should you choose? Do you need a web designer or can you do it on your own? This article is here to help you navigate the world of website builders and empower you to create the perfect website for your needs.

Comparison Table: Your Website Building Playground

Before diving into the comparison table, it’s crucial to be clear about the requirements you have for your website. Start by asking yourself these five simple questions:

  1. What do you need the website for? (e.g., Showcase my work abilities, make a portfolio for my art hobby…) – This will help you determine the primary purpose of your website and guide your choice of platform.
  2. Based on the answer above, what kind of features do you need? – Think like a designer and consider if you need a contact form, a map, a gallery, or any specific features to demonstrate your abilities. 
  3. Do you need to sell something on your website? – If selling is your primary goal, choose a platform specifically built for e-commerce.
  4. How much will you invest in digital marketing? – Some platforms are better suited for growth and expansion plans, while others focus on providing a great institutional website with limited marketing tools. Consider your marketing goals and choose a platform accordingly.
  5. How much are you willing to spend in terms of effort and money? – Be clear about your budget and the time you have to learn a platform to avoid frustrations.
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Comparison Table for Website Builders

The Pros and Cons: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Alright folks, let’s break it down:

Time to dive deeper into these website builders and see what

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