18 épisodes

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

    • Affaires
    • 5.0 • 5 notes

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/.

    Andy Storch: Own Your Career Own Your Life

    Andy Storch: Own Your Career Own Your Life

    Andy Storch is an author, consultant, coach, speaker and facilitator specializing in helping clients turn strategy into action and people doing the best work of their lives. He is the host of two podcasts, including The Talent Development Hot Seat and Andy Storch Show, and also the author of the book, Own Your Career Own Your Life, published in 2020.
    We wanted to connect with Andy who impresses us with his passion and energy to advise and guide people towards the best version of their career possible. Andy pivoted last year, as the pandemic struck, and as he faced his own health challenges. We learned from him the power of always adapting in an agile way. As a huge believer in the strength of networks and community, Andy also has a lot of advice to share about how each of us can leverage that, as exemplified by his successful business. 
    Links from the episode:  
    Andy’s homepage Andy’s book Own Your Career Own Your LifeAndy’s Linkedin profile

    • 40 min
    Gianpiero Petriglieri: Turning Your Career into a Work of Art

    Gianpiero Petriglieri: Turning Your Career into a Work of Art

    Gianpiero is Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD, where he directs the Management Acceleration Programme, the school’s flagship executive programme for emerging leaders. His interests bridge the domains of leadership, identity, adult development and experiential learning. He speaks widely to academic and corporate audiences on the topic of how to develop and exercise leadership in fast-changing, uncertain and diverse workplaces. A Medical Doctor and Psychiatrist by training, Gianpiero has worked as an executive coach and practiced as a psychotherapist. 
    We came across Gianpiero through INSEAD – where we both studied – and have been avid followers of his research and ideas. In this episode, we talk with him about his own career story, the importance of meaning at work, his work on the gig economy and independent workers, leadership transitions, experiential learning and his current interest in the value of friendship at work. 
    Links from the episode: 
    Gianpiero’s homepageGianpiero’s Linkedin profile

    • 46 min
    Sonal Bahl: Helping Supercharge Careers with Generosity and Compassion

    Sonal Bahl: Helping Supercharge Careers with Generosity and Compassion

    Sonal is an experienced HR Director and Career Strategist with a career spanning nearly two decades in senior HR positions. She has lived and worked in Chile, Belgium, France, India and Uruguay. She has helped recruit, build and evolve highly talented teams for large companies like GE, PwC, family-owned firms, and startups. This gives her a unique vantage point to help people with their careers, no matter what situation they find themselves in now.
    We connected with Sonal as we share a common passion for helping everyone to live a career and life they actually love. We talk with Sonal about her own career story, how she supports her clients through a combination of coaching, mentoring, consulting and training, the channels where she shares her content and ideas, the trends she is seeing in career management, and what’s next in her journey. 
    Links from the episode: 
     SuperCharge homepageSuperCharge Youtube ChannelSonal’s podcast ‘How I Got Hired’Sonal’s Linkedin profile

    • 40 min
    Monique Valcour: Helping People and Organizations Build Sustainable Careers

    Monique Valcour: Helping People and Organizations Build Sustainable Careers

    Monique is an executive coach, keynote speaker, and workshop leader. She has served as a professor of management on the faculties of EDHEC Business School and Boston College and has built high-level coaching experience in multiple countries and industries. She is a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review on leadership, sustainable careers, talent management, communication, work-life integration, mindfulness, and well-being.
    We connected with Monique as we share a common belief that everyone has the right and the capacity to thrive at work and in their lives beyond work. We talk with Monique about her own career story, her research on work-life integration, how to avoid and beat burnout, and her coaching work with leaders around purpose, resilience, trust, engagement and collaboration.  
    Links from the episode: 
    Monique’s homepage Monique’s Linkedin profileArticles published by Monique

    • 40 min
    Anna van der Horst: How to Take Proactive Control of Your Career and Find Meaningful Work

    Anna van der Horst: How to Take Proactive Control of Your Career and Find Meaningful Work

    Anna is HR consultant and applied researcher at eelloo. She holds an MSc In Psychology from the University of Amsterdam and a PhD in Work and Organizational Psychology from Justus-Liebig-University. Anna’s research focuses on proactive career behavior, sustainable employability and the role of identity in development and finding work. As a consultant she helps organizations to align work with people's personal stories. 
    We connected with Anna as we share a common passion for helping people find work that is meaningful to them in a changing environment. We talk about Anna’s own career story, her work on the theory and application of Career Adaptability, a tool she created to help individuals write their career story, how her company is experimenting with the way they work and new projects on the horizon.
    Links from the episode: 
     Anna’s Linkedin profileEelloo’s website (in Dutch) A recent research paper from Anna “Enhancing career adaptive responses among experienced employees: A mid-career intervention” in the Journal of Vocational Behavior 

    • 38 min
    Carter Cast: Discover Where Your Career is Vulnerable and How to Protect Your Success

    Carter Cast: Discover Where Your Career is Vulnerable and How to Protect Your Success

    Carter Cast is Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management. He is also an operating partner at Pritzker Group Venture Capital and a senior advisor at Pritzker Group Private Capital. Carter was formerly CEO of Walmart.com, founding chief marketing officer of Blue Nile, Inc. and director of marketing at Frito Lay. He is the author of the book, The Right (and Wrong) Stuff: How Brilliant Careers are Made – and Unmade.
    We connected with Carter as we share a common passion for developing talent and wanted to learn more about the ideas and advice he developed in his book The Right (and Wrong) Stuff.  We talk about Carter's own career journey, how and why talented people experience career derailment, the importance of feedback and how students are supported in their journey toward a fulfilling career. 
    Links from the episode: 
    Carter’s personal websiteCarter’s Linkedin profileCarter’s book The Right—and Wrong—Stuff  Take Carter’s Career Derailment Assessment

    • 41 min

Avis d’utilisateurs

5.0 sur 5
5 notes

5 notes

DisruptionLover ,

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

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

Classement des podcasts dans Affaires