We’ve been in a lot of bad meetings. We know you have, too—and we're committed to changing that. We're creating a world where every team is excited to accomplish things together. It starts with the conversations at the heart of accomplishing things: meetings.
Dave can’t resist the allure of collaboration tools: he’s held leadership roles on Gmail, Google Inbox, Facebook Messenger, and Yahoo! Messenger. He co-founded Emu, a smart messaging app acquired by Google in 2014. Most recently he served as VP Design at Heap. Dave holds a Computer Science degree from Harvard and knows just enough React to be dangerous.
Dave’s worst meeting: a calibration meeting in which someone said, “Our expectation is that the majority of employees exceed expectations.” But really, almost any calibration meeting.
As a seasoned go-to-market leader, Damian has built a career around meeting with people. An alumnus of LinkedIn, he’s built multiple sales practices from zero at early-stage startups including GoodHire, CleverTap and Got It. Damian holds a Mathematics degree from Harvard and an MBA from MIT Sloan.
Damian’s worst meeting: The quarterly business review where executives gathered to see which leader the CEO would scream at, and to lay bets on whether that person would be around next quarter.
Our most important asset is our team, and our strategic success and resilience depend on its strength.
A diverse, inclusive team makes us strong—if we not only hire for it but empower it. That’s supported by data, and it’s axiomatic for us—self-evident.
Your first responsibility is to the company. Keep that in mind, then take your autonomy and run with it.
How we treat each other, and how we treat our customers, defines who we are and how we succeed.
We're here to deliver real value to customers—specifically, to improve how teams collaborate. When we make trade-offs, we do so through the lens of that quest.