Smart Man, Smarter Woman Podcast — Wagepoint CEO, Shrad Rao Interview

The value of investing in your employees and building a winning workplace culture is often underestimated. Entrepreneurs need to understand that behind every successful business is a strong team — and a strong team starts with hiring the right people. 

Wagepoint CEO Shrad Rao, recently sat down with Juliet Aurora and Steve Loates, co-hosts of Smart Man, Smarter Woman, to provide valuable insight on how you can begin your entrepreneurial journey, how to manage change in your business model and the impact company culture has on your business success.

“...Picking people [only] I relate to [is] not the right way to [hire] because they're not going to work with me. They're going to work with the collection of people inside the company.”

— Shrad Rao, Wagepoint CEO

What you'll learn from this podcast:

  • The value of being intentional.
  • Examples of how you can build a positive company culture with a remote team.
  • Tips to ensure business success after COVID.

Have a listen!


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About the Author

Mel Ly

Mel is a Brand, Content and Communications Lead at Wagepoint with a keen interest in Wellness, People & Culture and the Employee Experience. When she isn't writing, she spends her time dog mom-ing, sipping on lattes and researching into different personality frameworks.

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