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Founders everywhere are doing everything to survive during this pandemic and it’s no secret that how one responds to a situation matters more than what caused it.
So for this month’s edition of Raid (T̶h̶e̶) Your Fridge, we’re stoked to host Martin Gonzalez, co-author of a multi-year Google study on people issues in tech startups, on August 27 (Thu), 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM, via Zoom.
Martin will share effective founder capabilities distilled from hundreds of sessions with startups worldwide through his work at Google for Startups - People Lab.
Startups have people problems and we’re here to help you understand these people-related risks better. Join Martin and discover how effective startup founders overcome the biggest risk to their successes — the people stuff.
Thanks and see you all at Raid (T̶h̶e̶) Your Fridge on August 27th!
Pia Bernal | Kickstart Community Manager
About Martin Gonzalez
Martin is the Global Organization Development Lead for Google’s Devices & Services, Research & Health, Platforms & Ecosystems product areas. He’s done work in the areas of leadership and talent, management team effectiveness, and organization design and culture. He is part of the faculty of the Google School for Leaders.
He also leads the Google for Startups People Lab where he works with startup founders and CXOs from around the world in solving their toughest people challenges. He has run leadership courses for hundreds of funded tech startup founders across more than 30 countries in the Americas, Asia, Africa, and Europe.
Prior to joining Google, he was a management consultant with the Boston Consulting Group engaged in a broad set of areas across both business and organization strategy. Through his career, he has supported leaders in industries as diverse as consumer goods, healthcare, industrial goods, financial services, telecommunications, and technology.
He has studied organizational psychology and behavioral science at Columbia University and the London School of Economics. He’s lived and worked in New York, Jakarta, Singapore, Taiwan, and Manila where he is originally from. He currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and three kids.
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