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It’s time to raise the bar for diversity & inclusion — and Aubrey Blanche has the playbook that can help startups couple caring deeply with acting quickly. Here, she shares eight strategies that have made a difference at Atlassian.

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Founders are always told to "think big," but it's not always clear how or where to begin. First Round Capital co-founder Howard Morgan challenges founding teams to start by relaxing four key constraints.

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While at Pinterest and Grubhub, Casey Winters relied on content loops, an overlooked path to growth. Now a scaling advisor to companies such as Eventbrite and Reddit, he shares a 5-step process and three more advanced strategies for using this approach to achieve steep and sustainable growth.

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In under six years, Gusto has grown from three guys in a house in Palo Alto to over 600 employees across two offices. Co-founder and CEO Josh Reeves shares how they've scaled the unscalable parts of hiring, detailing three steps the company has taken to retain its unique culture and ensure its best traditions live on.

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While leading engineering at Instagram, James Everingham spotted a problem: the inevitable dip in transparent decision-making and communication as teams scale. Drawing on three decades of experience, he shares how to operationalize transparency during hypergrowth.

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At Pinterest and LinkedIn, product leader Jack Chou learned firsthand how vital it is to zero in continuously on what keeps people motivated as a company scales. Now Head of Product at Affirm, here are the four components of workplace motivation that he leans on from the start.

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After two decades of comms experience with companies like Eventbrite, Yahoo, Mattel and Nike, Terra Carmichael shares four common PR mistakes and her techniques for sidestepping them.

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Engineering leader Marco Rogers (Lever, Yammer, Clover Health) debunks some of the most common recruiting tropes and walks through his four top interviewing practices for startups.

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Grammarly Head of People Itamar Goldminz shares a model that can help managers build stronger teams — and become more intuitive, effective leaders.

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Reboot.io founder and professional coach Khalid Halim has guided the leadership at Coinbase, Lyft and Checkr through some of the steepest parts of their growth curve. Here, he shares the two promises every founder must make before hypergrowth.

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Organizational psychologist and Wharton professor Adam Grant jumps into unconventional workplaces to surface insights that'll help the rest of us work smarter and better.

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Food52 co-founders Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs have always led with engaging content, confident that sales would follow. Here's what startups can learn from them on how to connect content and commerce to build a brand.

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It's rarely a straight line to product/market fit. Here are ClassPass founder Payal Kadakia's hard-won tips for marketplace startups that helped her guide her company from a near-bust to a $470M game-changer.

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Trust is intangible, but foundational to nearly every part of company-building. We've assembled our top posts from leaders who have gotten particularly tactical with fostering trust on their teams.

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