At Buffer, we're slightly obsessed with creating happier, more human work. Our podcast explores the culture of work from a variety of diverse perspectives. We'll look at how and why we work, and how to give work more meaning, and hear from guests who are innovating and evolving the future of work.
A conversation with Aubrey Blanche, the Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Atlassian. Plus, we chat about Buffer's family leave, our teammates who are parents and Buffer babies!
Talking with Ariel Lopez, the founder of 2020Shift, which guides minority millennials into hybrid tech careers. Also we chat about Buffer's transition from a startup to a scaleup.
An interview with David Cancel, a serial entrepreneur currently working on his fifth startup, Drift. Also: We chat about Buffer's experiment with self-management.
At OfficeVibe, Jacob Shriar has interviewed tons of companies about their unique cultures. Now he shares some common themes that great workplaces have in common. Plus, we talk about feedback - how to give it and receive it in a healthy way.
Talking with Christina Morillo, the founder of Women of Color in Tech Chat, about how it feels to be "the only" at work. Plus: We chat about empathy in customer service and how to meet customers where they are.
An interview with Ai Ching Goh, the co-founder of Piktochart, a "semi-distributed" startup of 40-plus folks both in Panang, Malaysia and around the world. Plus, positivity at work - how does it work?
How the startup Clef is creating a nurturing, inclusive work culture from scratch. Plus, unlimited vacation policies: do they really work?
"Unconscious bias" is a phrase that gets thrown around a lot these days. What does it mean? Who has it, and can we fix it? Expert Natalie Johnson of the firm Paradigm gives us a blueprint. Plus: Carolyn & Courtney talk Slack!
Chatting about Millennials in the workplace and interviewing one of Buffer’s investors! We talk with Kanyi Maqubela, a partner at Collaborative Fund, which looks beyond traditional investing criteria to think about things like creativity, values and culture. Full transcript at open.buffer.com.
The power of defaulting to transparency and what it's like when the world knows your salary. Then: An interview with Maurice Cherry, the editor and chief of the Revision Path podcast and community. Transcript at open.buffer.com!
Carolyn and Courtney totally geek out about offices with cereal bars before diving into what perks really say -or don’t - say about workplace culture. Then we hear from Dr. Sasha Wright, a professor of ecology at FIT. She shares some incredible theories about gender in the workplace and why science tells us diverse teams accomplish more. Show notes…
The moments we realized that workplace culture exists. Then Courtney takes part in a remote work roundtable with pals from fellow remote(ish) startups Trello and Zapier. One fun tip that emerged: Using your dog as a remote work accountability partner. Courtney: Hi, I'm Courtney Seiter. Carolyn: I'm Carolyn Kopprasch. Courtney: And this is the Buffe…
The first episode of a new podcast series about how and why we work, and how to give work more meaning. We'd love your feedback! Email us at email@example.com or Tweet us @buffer! Transcript: Courtney: Hi, I'm Courtney Seiter. Carolyn: And I'm Carolyn Kopprasch. Courtney: And this is the Buffer CultureLab podcast. Carolyn: Where we're slightly obses…