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HRD Live: Didier Elzinga, CEO, Culture Amp

In this week's podcast we were joined by Didier Elzinga, CEO, Culture Amp. He discussed what workplace culture and constant employee feedback can bring to an organisation.

In this episode of the HRD Live Podcast, Michael Hocking speaks to Didier Elzinga, CEO, Culture Amp.

Didier and Michael discuss the importance of workplace culture and a constant feedback loop for organisations, and how this can positively impact a workforce.

Didier also discusses adding performance to engagement, and what that means in terms of both individual and company development, as well as touching upon his previous career moves and what the future holds for culture.

Didier Elzinga is the CEO & Founder of Culture Amp – the world’s leading Culture Analytics platform. He was previously the CEO of Rising Sun Pictures (a leading Hollywood visual effects company) and founder of Rising Sun Research (winner of a Technical Academy Award). He is a non-executive director at The Atlassian Foundation and The Alfred Research Foundation. He presents widely on culture and creativity and what it takes to build a culture-first company in both Australia and Silicon Valley.

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