Sun, 6 November 2022
Ronni Zehavi, the CEO and Co-founder of HiBob, an HR platform that simplifies people management and modernizes the work experience. Before being the CEO of HiBob, he was an entrepreneur in Residence at the Silicon Valley-based Bessemer Venture Partners. Growing up in Israel, Ronni joined the army at the age of 18, where he became an intelligence officer. After graduating, he got his BA in History and Educational Management from Tel Aviv and a MA in organizational Sociology from Bar-ilan University. Previously, Ronni was the co-founder and CEO of Contendo, which was later acquired by Akamai for $300 million.
In today’s episode Ronni shares his thoughts on quiet quitting, the importance of putting his employees first, and the elements of the three T’s, trust, transparency and teamwork.
This episode is sponsored by Hibob. From creating great employee experiences to bridging the gap with multi-national companies, look to HiBob to help create the future of work in your company. Check out their free guide at www.hibob.com/fow.
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