Nudge Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what Nudge employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

Nudge has a Senior Management rating of 5, and Lindsey Goodchild, the CEO of Nudge, has an approval rating of 100% across the organisation.

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How are senior leaders perceived at Nudge?

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October 15, 2019

Pros

The culture at Nudge Rewards is by far the best I've experienced over my 15 years of professional work experience. It all starts with the passionate senior leadership team that has clearly articulated and achieved company wide buy-in of our mission, vision, and values. The whole team truly believes we are fundamentally changing the way brands engage front-line workers. Highlights: - Transparency into all operating aspects of the company - Collaborative work environment - Priority on professional growth and development - Open environment for pitching new ideas and processes in place to activate - Significant growth opportunities as the company continues to expand - Flexible working options - Office and/or Remote - Great office perks: Pet friendly, free beverages, ping-pong, open environment, and weekly lunches

Cons

As with all start-ups that are entering a stage of hyper growth, some roles will be asked to take on additional responsibilities that may be outside their comfort zones. I personally view this as a pro as it forces you to understand and develop working knowledge of other areas, which can only help to accelerate your own personal professional development.

It all starts with the passionate senior leadership team that has clearly articulated and achieved company wide buy

October 15, 2019

Reviewed by: Senior Director (Current Employee)

August 25, 2020

Pros

- Leadership is incredibly supportive and does a lot to help you learn, grow and succeed - The culture is wonderful - truly a big family! - You have a lot of impact and say in what you're working on

Cons

- Tough to get ahead of capacity at times given start-up nature

Advice to Management

Keep being lovely, transparent and supportive!

Leadership is incredibly supportive and does a lot to help you learn, grow and succeed

August 25, 2020

Reviewed by: Customer Success in Toronto, ON (Current Employee)

September 2, 2020

Pros

Amazing leadership and collaborative team environment. From day one, you will experience an inclusive and fulfilling culture fuelled by a passionate group of individuals driven by a common goal to empower and improve experiences within our customers' frontline.

Cons

Wish I joined Nudge sooner!

Amazing leadership and collaborative team environment.

September 2, 2020

Reviewed by: Director in Toronto, ON (Current Employee)

March 25, 2021

Pros

A dynamic team with supportive leadership. Lots of autonomy and opportunities to collaborate. Being innovative is encouraged in all roles at all levels.

Cons

The process of making changes can be a little slow, there are a lot of stakeholder conversations to be had before making decisions.

A dynamic team with supportive leadership.

March 25, 2021

Reviewed by: No Response in Toronto, ON (Current Employee)

October 15, 2019

Pros

The culture at Nudge Rewards is by far the best I've experienced over my 15 years of professional work experience. It all starts with the passionate senior leadership team that has clearly articulated and achieved company wide buy-in of our mission, vision, and values. The whole team truly believes we are fundamentally changing the way brands engage front-line workers. Highlights: - Transparency into all operating aspects of the company - Collaborative work environment - Priority on professional growth and development - Open environment for pitching new ideas and processes in place to activate - Significant growth opportunities as the company continues to expand - Flexible working options - Office and/or Remote - Great office perks: Pet friendly, free beverages, ping-pong, open environment, and weekly lunches

Cons

As with all start-ups that are entering a stage of hyper growth, some roles will be asked to take on additional responsibilities that may be outside their comfort zones. I personally view this as a pro as it forces you to understand and develop working knowledge of other areas, which can only help to accelerate your own personal professional development.

Passionate Leadership.

October 15, 2019

Reviewed by: Senior Director (Current Employee)

5 English reviews out of 5

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