The Talent Development Hot Seat is a show dedicated to helping you develop the most important part of your organization – the people! Each week, Andy shares interviews with Talent Development Professionals, thought leaders and experts to share best practices, learn about the latest trends and find out what has been successful in the world of talent development. This podcast is designed to give you what you need to be successful in the world of Talent Development.
Engaging and Developing Gen Y + Z with Clair Kim
60% of Millennial employees say they are open to new job opportunities. Which means we have to work hard and do the right things to keep them with us. Get ready because the takeaways from this session will help you finally make sense of the younger generations and create talent initiatives that truly address their needs.
Clair Kim is a Millennial Workplace Expert and the Principal Consultant at Allennials at Work. She has consulted with over 250 companies on on attracting, retaining and developing Millennials and a regular contributor to publications like Forbes, Huffington Post and more.
Clair defines the generations and what they really care about; how have younger generations been impacted by COVID and working remotely; what are the biggest challenges and mistakes companies and leaders make; and what do the best companies do to retain and develop Millennials?
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Building a Culture of Engagement and Belonging with Garry Ridge of WD-40
We are talking about culture and belonging today with Garry Ridge, CEO of WD-40. He is back on the podcast in the new year to discuss how WD40 creates great engagement scores; the #1 responsibility of a leader; the importance of vulnerability and admitting we don’t know; and how to eliminate the atmosphere of fear.
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[Best of TDHS]: The future of HR and Work with Josh Bersin
In this popular episode, we discuss the future of work and what skills will be most important, and the new model of a career. We also discuss how to think about your job when you become a manager, how leadership is changing, and the importance of giving your employees development opportunities.
This was one of the most popular episodes for a reason! It is full of really great information that we all need to look at as we move into the future of work.
Josh is a global research analyst, public speaker, industry analyst and writer on the topics of corporate human resources, talent management, recruiting, leadership, technology, and the intersection between work and life.
JoshBersin.com | BersinAcademy.com | LinkedIn
[Best of TDHS]: Turning your Managers into Multipliers with Liz Wiseman
I am pulling another most downloaded episode out of the archives this week. In this episode, Andy interviewed Liz Wiseman, a researcher and an executive adviser who teaches leadership to executives around the world. She’s also the author of New York Times bestsellers Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter and The Multiplier Effect: Tapping the Genius Inside Our Schools. She also wrote the Wall Street Journal bestseller Rookie Smarts: Why Learning Beats Knowing in the New Game of Work. Liz is also the CEO of The Wiseman Group, a leadership, research, and development firm.
On the show, they talked about managers who try to diminish their people, the accidental diminishers, the diminishing and multiplier leaders, and many more. You’ll surely learn a lot of interesting insights in this episode so don’t miss it!
This was the second most downloaded episode on the podcast!
[Best of TDHS]: How to Build a High Performing L&D Team with Lucretia Hall from SoftwareONE
On 5/7/19, Andy interviewed Lucretia Hall. Lucretia is the director of Learning and Development for North America at SoftwareONE. This was the most downloaded episode on the podcast to date!
She talked about things she’s been working on and some of her passion and focus especially in terms of coaching and building high performing L&D teams through strategy.
She lives in Santa Cruz with her husband and son.
Culture Hacking in the Modern Workplace with Jennifer Paylor
On the hot seat today is Jennifer Paylor, who recently left IBM to become head of L&D, Talent, and Culture at CapGemini.
We cover the definition of anti-fragility; employee engagement and trust; psychological safety; intellectual humility; and why Jennifer says, 'everyone needs a coach like they need a mobile phone.'
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