In Episode 118 of Fintech Chatter Dexter Cousins is joined by Lisa Virgo, Chief People Officer at Tic:Toc Homeloans.They talk about the huge benefits of having People and Culture on the founding team.
Tic:Toc, is a platform Fintech company based in Adelaide, South Australia - with a growing presence in Sydney. Founded in 2015, but launched to the public in July 2017, Tic:Toc offers automated digital home loans to consumers while selling its automation technology to other lending businesses.
Lisa has been emersed in the journey of Tic:Toc from the early days, from a start-up with 9 employees to scaling the headcount of approximately 130 employees.
Dexter talks to Lisa about the lessons they have learned along the way, including:
- How P&C delivers the growth strategy for the CEO/Founder - The importance of values from day one - How Tic:Toc have managed remote working - Avoiding the growing pains - Setting principles around salaries and remuneration - Attracting great talent when you don't have much money or a recognised brand - Not using job descriptions - Getting rid of performance reviews - Overcoming talent shortages by identifying and developing people with potential
There's some incredible advice in this podcast delivered in a very honest and candid way, which will hopefully resonate with many founders and Fintech leaders.
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