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In this week’s episode of The Future of Work podcast I talk with Pat Wadors, Senior Vice President of Global Talent Organization at LinkedIn. Pat runs all of talent and Human Resources (HR), and she is pretty much responsible for all of the cool things that you keep hearing about LinkedIn. It is no surprise that Pat was ranked as one of the 2015 top 50 women in technology by the National Diversity Council. And, I’m excited to say that Pat will be one of the speakers at our upcoming Future of Work Forum on April 29th in San Francisco. Pat and I talk about everything from Millenials and how HR is changing to what she is doing to leverage big data and analytics to drive HR decision-making. She also shares some great stories about vulnerability that I think will resonate with any senior leader. Considering that LinkedIn’s workforce has almost doubled during her tenure, you have to assume that Pat is doing some really interesting things to make sure that culture can scale, employee engagement stays high, and that LinkedIn as an organization can succeed. Pat walks us through how LinkedIn is transforming and the challenges she’s facing, and gives us a rare insight into some of the fascinating experiments she’s done and the results she’s seen. Pat shares her sagacious grasp of how to make corporate culture scale, how the role of HR is evolving, and how she sees her role, specifically. Tune in and listen to what has become one of my favorite episodes!

What you will learn in this episode

  • Pat Wadors’ background and role at LinkedIn
  • Wadors’ perspective on the role of and changes in HR, and her vision LinkedIn
  • Insight into the “talent wars,” and attracting and retaining talent
  • Data and analytics use in LinkedIn’s HR function, its importance and impact
  • How Wadors uses experimentation to realize her Three Year Vision, including antecdotes
  • A typical day in the life of Pat Wadors
  • How and why Wadors incorporates interaction with customers as part of the HR function
  • Wadors views on the freelance economy
  • An inside look at the LinkedIn corporate culture and insights on building and maintaining such a culture
  • Wadors philosophy and values on topics including Objective and Key Results (OKR) and managers vs. leaders
  • Wadors advice to companies and employees

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