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The Talent Development Hot Seat features interviews and insights from leading talent development professionals and company executives who are passionate about developing their people. The host, Andy Storch, will ask each of them to share some of their successes, failures, challenges and advice for others as well as what trends they are seeing in the industry. The main goal of the podcast is to help listeners become more successful in their own jobs and accelerate their careers as Talent Development professionals.

The Talent Development Hot Seat Andy Storch

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The Talent Development Hot Seat features interviews and insights from leading talent development professionals and company executives who are passionate about developing their people. The host, Andy Storch, will ask each of them to share some of their successes, failures, challenges and advice for others as well as what trends they are seeing in the industry. The main goal of the podcast is to help listeners become more successful in their own jobs and accelerate their careers as Talent Development professionals.

    Aligned Leadership w/ Hortense Le Gentil

    Aligned Leadership w/ Hortense Le Gentil

    Bio:
    Hortense is an Executive Leadership Coach and the President and Founder of JAY Consulting. She works with decision makers in the business world, including many C-suite executives from Fortune 500 companies, supporting them in their development and leadership by working with them on the alignment between their personal values and their professional activities.
    Hortense is part of the MG100 Coaches, Marshall Goldsmith’s Pay It Forward project, and is a certified Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered™ Coach. She has been selected to receive a Thinkers 50 coaching award for excellence in her field. She is the author of several articles about leadership and coaching in such publications as Leader to Leader and Les Echos.
    Her Book new book is called Aligned: Connecting Your True Self with the Leader You’re Meant to Be
    Links:
    Book: Aligned: Connecting Your True Self with the Leader You’re Meant to Be by Hortense le GentilHortense's WebsiteHortense on LinkedInAndy on LinkedInFor questions, comments and guest suggestions, contact the host, Andy Storch, at storch@advantageperformance.com

    • 34 Min.
    Learning Technology & Business w/ Christopher Lind from GE Healthcare

    Learning Technology & Business w/ Christopher Lind from GE Healthcare

    Bio:
    Most individuals who have dedicated their careers to learning and talent development have spent a majority of their time in Human Resources. Christopher is different from most individuals. He’s a bold, digital-first learning and talent development leader that’s always reported directly to the business functions he’s served. As a result, he’s spent his career leading the reimagination of learning and talent development across healthcare, higher education, and technology, while going head-to-head with business operation leaders and being directly accountable for the outcomes. 
    He currently serves as the head of global digital learning for GE Healthcare where his teams are transforming the way development occurs for commercial and marketing professionals around the world.
    What is your biggest strength or area of expertise? How do you think you can provide value to others?: 
    Understanding what it takes to bring an L&D organization from a legacy function to a strategic partner and how technology is enabling us to do it in ways never before possible.
    Learning Tech Talks with Chris Rainey, live once/week on LinkedIn with tech providers
    Notes:
    Christopher’s diverse background in L&DBeing at the trifecta of business learning The importance of humans and people in organizationsChristopher’s work on transformation at GE HealthcareBreaking down the “Stockholm syndrome” of people developmentWhat causes “Stockholm Syndrome” in L&DHelping people make big changes and push past fear in transforming“The landscape of technology is changing really fast”How to piece together different technologiesThe importance of operationalizing learning and developmentHow to lay out a capability map to understand capabilities in the supply chainHow to make L&D more a part of the business by having more conversationsThe importance of being curious about how the business worksThe mistake of overstating our goal and acting like L&D is the key to successChristopher’s proudest accomplishment of setting up organizations for success when he leavesBiggest failure of not connecting with the business and what he learnedChristopher’s drive and success networking remotelyThe importance of looking at outcomes to drive your networking activitiesTrend: “Workflow learning” about content and experience in the flow of workTrend: Augmented reality as the GPS of real l ifeTrend: How to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) with voice and other thingsAdvice: Get as much diverse experience as possibleLinks:
    Christopher's LinkedInFor questions, comments and guest suggestions, contact the host, Andy Storch, at storch@advantageperformance.com

    • 45 Min.
    Unleashing the Power of Personal Purpose at Work w/ Travis Dommert from Jackson Healthcare

    Unleashing the Power of Personal Purpose at Work w/ Travis Dommert from Jackson Healthcare

    Bio:
    TRAVIS DOMMERT is the is Senior Vice President of Learning & Development at Jackson Healthcare, a 3-time number one best-place-to-work in Atlanta among large employers and best workplace for Millennials according to Fortune Magazine. 
    Prior to Jackson, Travis was president of irunurun, a performance and accountability platform that leveraged lessons from elite soldiers and athletes to help leaders build high performance teams. 
    Dommert is a graduate of Northwestern University and Emory University and resides in Peachtree Corners, GA with his wife and five children. 
    What is your biggest strength or area of expertise? How do you think you can provide value to others?:
    Unleashing the Power of Personal Purpose at Work. Any well-designed learning initiative ultimately drives behavior change. Unfortunately, most are short lived at best because leaders underestimate or misunderstand the mechanisms for making new behaviors stick. 
    By leveraging the wisdom of Aristotle and lessons learned from years of studying soldiers and athletes, we've identified a special cocktail of 5 factors needed to make behavior change stick. 
    The toughest yet most impactful factor is helping people uncover a deep, unique, and personal purpose for their work and life. When the fun and games are over, an enduring "why" can keep even the toughest new behaviors alive. I'd love to share the 5 factors and most importantly dive into a simple approach for clarifying purpose and connecting it to work.
    Notes: 
    The importance of understanding basic psychology and figuring out how people work How engineering experience helps in his jobBook: First Break All the Rules by Marcus BuckinghamWe are awful at diagnosing our own skills and talentsTalking about conferencesUnleashing the power of personal purpose at workBook: Outliers by Malcom GladwellThe journey to mastery and Travis’s company, IrunurunLeveraging the experience of athletes and special forces guysBHOW - Big Hilarious Outrageous Why - what will you put your life on the line for? The single strongest desire of your behavior is your personal whyIt doesn’t matter what you do, your job mattersImportance of helping people understand why their job mattersThe importance of understanding how experience can impact your view of lifePeople need a reason why to People are wired for purpose and when they start living on purpose it becomes more rewardingHow to figure out what your personal brand isHow to help employees connect to purposeThe study of commitment to your job based on whether you know your values or the company’s valuesCommitment to a company goes down if a person knows the company’s values and doesn’t know their ownWhat are you going to start, stop and continue doing based on the values you put downJackson created a full day class on values and purposeThe importance of writing things down, telling others, getting feedback and iteratingProudest moment in career getting more leaders through development programsBiggest failure - not having the courage to talk to CEO about cultureThe power of giving things awayThe power of giving to othersTrend: Slow down and put half as much content and twice as much timePower of simplicityLinks:
    Book: First, Break All the Rules Breaking all the rules by Marcus BuckinghamBook: Outliers by Malcolm GladwellBook: Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by: Greg McKeownBook: Loyalty Effect by Fred ReichheldTravis on LinkedInAndy on LinkedInTED Talk of Simon Sinek: The Three Golden CirclesFor questions, comments and guest suggestions, contact the host, Andy Storch, at storch@advantageperformance.com

    • 44 Min.
    Work/Life Integration with Jessica Kaplan from Bright Horizons

    Work/Life Integration with Jessica Kaplan from Bright Horizons

    Bio:
    Jessica is the Senior Director of Leadership Strategy and Talent Management at Bright Horizons, which partners with organizations to support their employees and culture. They specialize in things like child care, early education, elder care, tuition asistance, etc. 
    Notes:
    Jessica’s background in international education exchange and PhDTraditional learners now look more non-traditionalSitting between academia and businessTrend: Working world is more complex“The 21st century career has multiple experiences”Sharing an example of where assumptions can get companies in troubleIn an overly caring culture, people often try to protect employees and often take options away from themThe Bright Horizons Modern Family Index How women are taking on the majority of the mental load for working parentsHow employers manage employees start with role modelingProviding benefits to people in all different types of situations and life stagesWhat it means to bring your whole self to workThe importance of work/life Integration (not balance)Leveraging an HRIS system to understand where employees areThe importance of helping employees with elderly careHow Bright Horizons is practicing what they preach and building employee voice into what they do The changes when a company grows and the systems requiredThe importance of empowering employees to manage their own careersThe importance of vulnerability and asking for helpJessica’s greatest accomplishment and failureBook: positive intelligence by Shirzad ChamineBook: Thanks for the FeedbackDealing with Imposter syndromeAdvice: Get more experience sharing and presenting in publicLinks:
    Book: Positive Intelligence by Shirzad ChamineBook: Drive by Daniel H. PinkJessica on LinkedInJessica on Bright HorizonEmail Address: Jessica.kaplan@brighthorizons.comFor questions, comments and guest suggestions, contact the host, Andy Storch, at storch@advantageperformance.com

    • 43 Min.
    Iterative Management with Ed Muzio

    Iterative Management with Ed Muzio

    Bio:
    Ed Muzio, “one of the planet’s clearest thinkers on management practice,” is CEO of Group Harmonics and author of three books including his latest, Iterate: Run a Fast, Flexible, Focused Management Team, which describes Iterative Management practices that the highest performing organizations use to make informed, inc
    He is a leader in the application of analytical models to group and organization effectiveness and output. 
    Ed’s analytical approach to human productivity has been featured in national and international media, including CBS News, Fox Business News and The New York Post. 
    He has been a regular contributor to CBS and the Huffington Post. 
    Specialty: 
    The big idea: Iteration is the way effective organizations solve problems and achieve goals whose solutions are too complex to be defined in advance. Just look for the highest‐performing entrants in any given market. Chances are they’re Iterating.
    Managing vs Management vs Change Management
    Notes:
    Ed’s background and how he started writing booksThe language problem around managing vs managementManagement is the group of people who is keeping things in the company on courseThere is not enough content and clarity about what it means to be on a management teamManagers are in collaboration and also competitionWhy managers can be in competitionThe importance of going beyond goals to define success for the organizationHow business and management is heavily influenced by cultural normsThe concept of iteration and information moving from top and bottomHow a feedback system works in an organizationThe role of management is to iterate like a thermostatThe five key practices of iteration including output and status broadcastingWhy we need a visual representation of my plan and also a second version of the futureOSIR - Output, Status, Issue, RecommendationWhat happens when new directions come down from the topWhat is change management and how can companies use this for major strategic shiftsWhat can talent development professionals do to get more involved with their clientsEd’s session at the TDTTTrend: Going from tactical to strategic with talent strategyBook: The Insightful Leader Book: Behave on Human BehaviorLinks:
    Book: The Insightful Leader by Carlann FergussonBook: Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst by Robert SapolskyBook: Iterate: Run a Fast, Flexible, Focused Management Team by Ed MuzioIterate's WebsiteTalent Development Think Tank's WebsiteFor questions, comments and guest suggestions, contact the host, Andy Storch, at storch@advantageperformance.com

    • 35 Min.
    The Leadership Seven with André Young

    The Leadership Seven with André Young

    Notes:
    Why we go to conferencesHow Andre got to where he is todayWork/Life HarmonyThe challenge from people getting promoted for being good at one thingWhen you chase something and catch it and it’s not what you thought it would beBeing proactive in helping people before they need helpHow to help people with work/life harmonyBook: Seven Ways to LoveThe importance of learning every person’s languageThe Leader SevenEveryone likes these but everyone has a top 1-2 they preferGoodies time - some people are driven by good thingsQuality minutes - People inspired by manager spending time talking to themRecognition and affirmation - getting creditKnowledge and career advancementIncentives - BonusFlexibility - can my ideas be flexibly implemented here?Respect - time and space respectedThe Leader’s question: “why are you here? How can I help you?”The get great question: “ I want to be great, can you help me?”Links:
    Book: Seven Ways to Love by Andre YoungYou Evolving Now websiteYou Evolving Now, LLCEmail Address: young.andre32@gmail.comContact information: 610-406-1852For questions, comments and guest suggestions, contact the host, Andy Storch, at storch@advantageperformance.com

    • 35 Min.

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