“Culture Happens. So, why not build a culture people love?“-Dharmesh Shah, HubSpot’s Co-Founder. From allyship in the workplace to remote work, Culture Happens is a podcast where HubSpotters discuss the future of work and why an inclusive company culture matters
Building a Sustainability Strategy Rooted in Company Culture
Sustainability is a rapidly evolving space. In fact, a recent PwC survey found that 91% of business leaders believe their company has a responsibility to act on sustainability issues. But how can companies embed sustainability into their larger business strategy and culture? In this episode, Erica Christensen, Senior Director, Sustainability and ESG at Citrix, and HubSpotter Cameron Bruns Ewing discuss the link between sustainability and culture and how aligning the two is critical to success.
The Effect of Communication on Productivity: How to Get Stuff Done
The pandemic challenged us to rethink how we work, specifically how we communicate. With a surplus of messages across a variety of tools, it can feel impossible to be productive. Hear from two HubSpotters on how they leverage their communication strategies to maximize their productivity in a hybrid world.
Reimagining Remote Onboarding for the Future of Work
Remote onboarding has shifted dramatically due to COVID-19. Now, companies are thinking about the future and how to create efficient, scalable, and impactful new hire experiences 100% virtually. In this episode, Becca Stamp and Jill Noonan on HubSpot’s Learning and Development team chat with Erica Jensen, who joined the company remotely in 2020, to talk about how HubSpot’s onboarding changed in the blink of an eye, and what the future holds.
How Modern Health is Destigmatizing Mental Health and Well-Being at Work
There’s no doubt that human resilience continues to be tested. Now more than ever, employers need to build a culture where using mental health resources are not only encouraged, but normalized. In this internal HubTalk turned Culture Happens episode, Winston Tuggle, HubSpot’s Director of HR Business Partnerships, chats with Alyson Watson, the CEO of Modern Health, about how their digital platform is enabling people to proactively find support wherever they are in their mental health journey.
The Good, The Bad, and the Human of Being a First Time Manager
Being promoted to your first people manager position is incredibly exciting, but it can also be incredibly daunting. In this episode, HubSpotters Luke Shepherd and Nick Hadjipourou have a candid conversation about the honest truth of transitioning from individual contributor to people manager. Whether you’re aspiring to become a first-time manager or in your first leadership role, Luke and Nick share advice and lessons that are applicable for both - from how to tackle imposter syndrome, to the art of finding your leadership style, and accepting that you’re simply not going to have all the answers.
Making Remote Work Last in 2021 And Beyond
In 2020, remote work went from a perk to a necessity. In 2021, how will employers adapt to make remote work sustainable for not just the new normal, but the next normal? Eimear Marrinan, HubSpot’s Director of Culture, is joined by Laurel Farrer, an international remote work expert, to discuss what culture, communication and engagement looks like in a successful remote work environment.
Concise and poignant culture information
Really have enjoyed all episodes of this podcast. So many companies do not spend the time, effort and funds to support their culture and it’s very neat to see this is part of HubSpot’s DNA, and they are passionate enough to share it widely
Actionable and applicable
I was thrilled to land on this podcast that covers applicable business situations that guides on work culture. The focus is deliberate, the information is easy to digest regardless of the size of your business.
Transparent & Intentional
So great to see a company sharing tips and tricks about how to create an intentional culture within their company. I love hearing from the employees themselves on the highlights and the challenges they have faced. Super transparent and feels authentic to who HubSpot is as a company. Looking forward to more episodes in the future!