Landit is the market leader in personalized career pathing technology to increase the success of women and diverse groups in the workplace. The platform offers a turn-key “one size fits one” solution that enables companies to attract, develop, and retain their talent. Each individual member on the platform receives a tailored playbook that provides the tools, resources, know-how, and human connections they need to advance and navigate their career. Key features include access to an ICF-certified executive coach, curated skill development, mapping to career opportunities, building a personal board of advisors, strengthening their personal brand, and personalized pathing and planning.
Our customers are Fortune 1000, high growth companies and leading nonprofits, with members in over 40 countries. Landit has partnered with sector leading organizations such as Pfizer, Workday, MetLife, ADP, GSK, The Ford Foundation, and the USTA on their diversity and inclusion talent investment strategy, with offerings including turnkey webinars, data driven insights, and support for managers of diverse talent.
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Our customers see an accelerated time to value with proven ROI. They have experienced:
• 120% Increased mobility
• 200% Increased company engagement
• 125% Increased retention
Lisa Skeete Tatum is the founder & CEO of Landit, a technology platform to increase the success of women and diverse groups in the workplace. Landit offers a turn-key “one size fits one” solution that enables organizations to attract, develop, and retain their talent. Previously, Lisa was a VC General Partner at Cardinal Partners and worked for Procter & Gamble and GE Capital.
Lisa serves on numerous boards including Stryker Corporation, Union Square Hospitality Group, The Lawrenceville School and the HBS Board of Dean’s Advisors. Lisa received her BS in chemical engineering from Cornell University and her MBA from Harvard Business School. She is a member of the Kauffman Fellow Class 4 and the 2012 Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute.