Our panelists:  

  1. Noelle Tassey - CEO of Alley
  2. Amy Vezzetti - Chief People Officer of Ro
  3. Kim Carver -  Culture Learning & Development at Human Advantage
  4. Nicole Olver - VP of People at Conductor

Building a Strong Company Culture Webinar Takeaways

Although most businesses focus on the way they make money and their path to profitable results, how you incorporate and approach corporate and company culture are very important aspects when it comes to your success in business.

At Alley, our company’s culture places cultivating a relationship with your company and helping it on the path to advancement—from the inside-out. Especially during a time of online platforms and empty work offices, it has never been more important to keep the business together (and the people within it), even though they may be miles apart.

With our virtual event, “Building A Strong Company Culture”, we’ve given you access to real-world advice to help you cultivate a culture that can keep your company going—especially during a time like this.

In this event, our panelists, Kim, Amy, and Nicole, put their strategies under a spotlight to help others with their real-world experience and what they have come to find. 

Strategies for Strengthening Company Culture:

Even if your company already has established values and missions—integrating those within the day-to-day life at your business is a whole other concept.

Obviously, this virus is a first for many of us—and places us in a position where even our baseline communication in our company is placed under test.

So, how do we focus on re-establishing that integration within our company? The keyword here is empathy.

Being able to give your team the open space to give feedback is extremely important—this opens channels when it comes to creating uniformity in your company and allowing that atmosphere to sink in around you.

You also need to be able to let leadership know when they need a break—or even ask if they need one.This can show empathy from the top of the line down to the minimum-wage employee.

In terms of other keywords, you also might want to let off on words that carry toxic overtone in both extremes—like “Hustle” or even being “Too kind”. These can create a negative culture and tone on both ends of the spectrum.

In terms of your team, you will need to consider what it will take to care for the staff that you do keep.

Learning how to create an empathetic company culture in your business means caring for your team, even if they’re far away from you and one another.


At Alley, our team is focusing on supporting our community digitally by sharing resources and hosting video events. We hope this event and our entire event series can help keep your business stay connected to the community, move forward in development, and grow with intentionality.

Mentioned Resources:

  1. Tech For Good Accelerator - The accelerator is a three-month virtual program with access to mentorship, enrichment programming, networking, and the support of our community resources for innovators looking to create positive change in the tech industry.
  2. #CloudInnovateHER Pitch Challenge - Digital -  This pitch challenge aims to bridge that gap while bringing in a competitive edge to the summit with an opportunity to present technologies to create a sustainable impact in today’s world. Apply today to win $5000 in cash & cloud credits .