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Welcome to the Disrupt Your Career podcast series hosted by Claire Harbour and Antoine Tirard. We talk with those on the forefront of talent and career management — academics, HR professionals, coaches — to explore the most interesting and cutting edge ideas in the world of career transition and development. Join us as we reimagine careers https://disrupt-your-career.com/.

Disrupt Your Career Claire Harbour and Antoine Tirard

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Welcome to the Disrupt Your Career podcast series hosted by Claire Harbour and Antoine Tirard. We talk with those on the forefront of talent and career management — academics, HR professionals, coaches — to explore the most interesting and cutting edge ideas in the world of career transition and development. Join us as we reimagine careers https://disrupt-your-career.com/.

    Sharath Jeevan: Finding Deeper Motivation, Purpose and Mastery in our Work

    Sharath Jeevan: Finding Deeper Motivation, Purpose and Mastery in our Work

    Sharath is a leading expert on intrinsic motivation, direction and potential. He is the Executive Chairman of Intrinsic Labs and the author of Intrinsic: A Manifesto to Reignite Our Inner Drive. Sharath was awarded an OBE in the 2022 Queen's New Year's Honours for founding and leading STiR Education, an initiative which re-ignited the motivation of 200,000 teachers, 35,000 schools and 7 million children in emerging countries. He holds degrees from Cambridge University, Oxford University and INSEAD.

    We talk with Sharath about his own career journey, his STiR Education initiative, the notion of intrinsic motivation, why he wrote Intrinsic and what are the main ideas of this book, how he thinks organizations and leaders should respond to this shift of thinking, his message to those who are getting ready to enter the workplace, and the new ideas and project he is exploring in 2022.

    Links from the episode: 
    Sharath’s Intrinsic Labs websiteSharath’s book IntrinsicSharath’s LinkedIn profileThe STiR Education website

    • 26 min
    Marc Miller: Building a Meaningful Career in the Second Half of Life

    Marc Miller: Building a Meaningful Career in the Second Half of Life

    Marc Miller’s career journey included 22 years at IBM, several tech startups, a stint as a high school teacher, a gig raising funds for a community association and a near-fatal bicycle accident that changed his perspective forever. After thirty years of multiple career pivots, Marc realized he’d found his vocation and would use his extensive experience to help others—especially Baby Boomers—find careers that they could grow into. Marc is passionate about his work and the clients he serves. He’s taught in more than 35 countries and helped clients from many industries.

    We talk with Marc about his own career story and what he learned along the way, how he sees careers evolving especially for those in their second half of life, the importance of experimenting and networking, how companies may better support individuals in managing their career, and how he enjoys seeing people grow and helping one another through his podcast and online community.

    Links from the episode: 
    Marc’s Career Pivot WebsiteMarc’s book Repurpose Your CareerMarc’s Career Pivot Membership CommunityMarc’s LinkedIn profile

    • 35 min
    Ann Hiatt: Bet on Yourself and Create a Career of Your Own

    Ann Hiatt: Bet on Yourself and Create a Career of Your Own

     As a Silicon Valley veteran with 15 years of experience as the Executive Business Partner for Jeff Bezos (Amazon), Marissa Mayer (Yahoo!) and Chief of Staff to Eric Schmidt (Google), Ann Hiatt applies lessons of innovation, ambition, growth at scale, and forward-thinking leadership to expand businesses and individual careers. As a Leadership Strategist, she helps entrepreneurs do this through strategy consulting, training, workshops and more. Her new book, Bet On Yourself, offers guidance and stories from her experiences in Silicon Valley.

    We talk with Ann about her own career journey, what lessons she learned working alongside extraordinary leaders, how she navigated her transition from global corporations to becoming a consultant, her current work advising entrepreneurs, why she wrote her book Bet On Yourself and the main ideas from the book, her advice for early career professionals, how to figure out what you want next in your career, and her plans for 2022.   

    Links from the episode: 
    Ann’s personal website      Ann’s Bet On Yourself book    Ann’s LinkedIn profile 

    • 38 min
    John Boudreau: Radically Rethinking How to Organize Work and Careers

    John Boudreau: Radically Rethinking How to Organize Work and Careers

    Dr. John Boudreau is Professor Emeritus of Management and Organization and a Senior Research Scientist with the Center for Effective Organizations at the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California. He is recognized worldwide for breakthrough research on the bridge between superior human capital, talent and sustainable competitive advantage. His latest book, Work without Jobs, co-authored with Ravin Jesuthasan, lays out a roadmap for the future of work.

    We talk with John about his own career journey, his vision of the future of work, why he wrote the book Work without Jobs, how jobs need to be deconstructed and reconstructed in a new “work operating system”, examples of organizations that have applied this new approach, the impact of the new world of work on careers, his advice to young professionals starting their career today, and his hopes to continue to improve work relationships. 
     Links from the episode: 
    John’s personal page
    John’s blog
    John’s academic page
    John’s new book Work without Jobs
    John’s LinkedIn profile

    • 39 min
    Anna Tavis: Reimagining Work and Careers in Human-Centered Organizations

    Anna Tavis: Reimagining Work and Careers in Human-Centered Organizations

    Anna Tavis is a researcher, global educator and coach focusing on the Future of Work. She teaches at New York University and lectures globally. She is an Academic Advisor to a variety of organizations and serves on the Editorial Board of Workforce Solutions Review. Her new book "Humans at Work" is about the new pivot towards human-centered organizations.

    We connected with Anna as we share a common passion for developing innovative approaches to talent and organizations. We talk with Anna about her own career journey, her advice to early career professionals, her evaluation of how HR is doing today, the main ideas and advice from her book Humans at Work, hidden workers as potential talent pools, and the importance of shifting the mindset, culture and processes of organizations in order to create a human-centric workplace. 

    Links from the episode: 
    Anna’s book Humans at Work: The Art and Practice of Creating the Hybrid Workplace, co-authored with Stela Lupushor Anna’s article Where to Look for Hidden WorkersAnna’s NYU faculty pageAnna’s LinkedIn profile

    • 39 min
    Marc Effron: How to Build Better Talent and Grow Yourself Faster

    Marc Effron: How to Build Better Talent and Grow Yourself Faster

    Marc founded and leads The Talent Strategy Group and consults with global corporations. His prior experience includes talent management roles at Bank of America and Avon Products and consulting at Hewitt Associates. He co-authored the Harvard Business Review Publishing best-seller One Page Talent Management and 8 Steps to High Performance and publishes Talent Quarterly magazine. Marc has an MBA from the Yale School of Management.

    We connected with Marc as we share a passion for building talent. We sat with him to talk about his own career journey, his advice to early career professionals, his take on the Great Resignation, his assessment of the HR and Talent functions, how organizations – including their business leaders – can build better talent faster, how to map out your career ambitions and create an experience map, and more about his plans for 2022.

    Links from the episode: 
    Marc’s firm The Talent Strategy Group  Talent Quarterly magazine Marc’s last book 8 Steps to High PerformanceHarvard Business Review article A Simple Way to Map Out Your Career Ambition Marc’s LinkedIn page

    • 43 min

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Mathieu V. ,

Insighful and inspiring

I have discovered this podcast a while ago. I really enjoy it listening to each of the guests. I always take away one two practical pieces of advice that help me drive my career forward.
Keep up the good work !

DisruptionLover ,

Great podcast. Insightful content. Diverse and varied backgrounds and stories

Great podcast. Insightful content. Diverse and varied backgrounds and stories

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