54 episodios

The future of work is here! Are you ready for it?

As the working environment continues to evolve, many companies and professionals around the world are adapting, and better yet, leading the way.

Join our knowledgeable hosts, Johanna Molina, Talanta’s Co-founder and Head of Impact and Paul Lynskey, Talanta’s Head of Experience, as they delve into deep discussions with industry thought leaders from top companies around the globe, only on How to be the Difference.

Stay ahead of the curve with actionable insights that are reshaping the processes of talent acquisition, human capital management, remote and hybrid workforce development among others.

Tune in every Tuesday and don’t forget to follow us on social media! @wearetalanta

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The future of work is here! Are you ready for it?

As the working environment continues to evolve, many companies and professionals around the world are adapting, and better yet, leading the way.

Join our knowledgeable hosts, Johanna Molina, Talanta’s Co-founder and Head of Impact and Paul Lynskey, Talanta’s Head of Experience, as they delve into deep discussions with industry thought leaders from top companies around the globe, only on How to be the Difference.

Stay ahead of the curve with actionable insights that are reshaping the processes of talent acquisition, human capital management, remote and hybrid workforce development among others.

Tune in every Tuesday and don’t forget to follow us on social media! @wearetalanta

    Creating a Culture of Fairness through Bias-Free Hiring Practices with Tom Dehouck, Ep 53

    Creating a Culture of Fairness through Bias-Free Hiring Practices with Tom Dehouck, Ep 53

    As the working environment continues to evolve, many companies and professionals around the world are adapting, and better yet, leading the way.

    Join our knowledgeable hosts, Johanna Molina, Talanta’s Co-founder and Head of Impact, and Paul Lynskey, Talanta’s Head of Experience, as they delve into deep discussions with industry thought leaders from top companies around the globe, only on How to be the Difference.

    Stay ahead of the curve with actionable insights that are reshaping the processes of talent acquisition, human capital management, remote and hybrid workforce development among others.

    Tune in every Tuesday and don’t forget to follow us on social media!

    In this episode of How to be the Difference, Johanna and Paul have a conversation with Tom Dehouck. Today, Tom shares his insight on recruiting, bias and how to achieve bias free hiring to achieve a culture of fairness.

    Tom is an experienced General Manager in transformation roles with a demonstrated history of achieving results in the technology sector. Skilled in strategy development, M&A, Organizational Design, Business Transformation and Performance Improvement. Chief Customer Officer at TestGorilla.com


    Resources and people mentioned:
    Talanta
    Johanna Molina
    Paul Lynskey
    Tom Dehouck
    Test Gorilla

    Edited by: Valeria Gonzalez
    Produced by: Melanie Konstandt

    • 29 min
    Voice and Values as a Compass for Professional Growth With Hady Mendez, Ep 52

    Voice and Values as a Compass for Professional Growth With Hady Mendez, Ep 52

    As the working environment continues to evolve, many companies and professionals around the world are adapting, and better yet, leading the way.

    Join our knowledgeable hosts, Johanna Molina, Talanta’s Co-founder and Head of Impact, and Paul Lynskey, Talanta’s Head of Experience, as they delve into deep discussions with industry thought leaders from top companies around the globe, only on How to be the Difference.

    Stay ahead of the curve with actionable insights that are reshaping the processes of talent acquisition, human capital management, remote and hybrid workforce development among others.

    Tune in every Tuesday and don’t forget to follow us on social media!

    In this episode of How to be the Difference, Johanna and Paul have a conversation with Hady Mendez. Today, Hady shares her insight on finding your voice and values, and reverse mentoring.

    With a diverse career spanning over 25 years, Hady has served as:
    *Head of Equality for a major tech firm,
    *Held multiple customer-facing roles in high tech and financial services,
    *Served as a leader across various Employee Resource Groups (ERGs),
    *Volunteered as an international champion for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women, and
    *Served as Community School Director at an elementary school in the South Bronx.


    Resources and people mentioned:
    Talanta
    Johanna Molina
    Paul Lynskey
    Hady Mendez

    Edited by: Valeria Gonzalez
    Produced by: Melanie Konstandt

    • 36 min
    Encouraging Development Through Feedback And Psychological Safety with Patrick Mork, Ep 51

    Encouraging Development Through Feedback And Psychological Safety with Patrick Mork, Ep 51

    As the working environment continues to evolve, many companies and professionals around the world are adapting, and better yet, leading the way.

    Join our knowledgeable hosts, Johanna Molina, Talanta’s Co-founder and Head of Impact, and Paul Lynskey, Talanta’s Head of Experience, as they delve into deep discussions with industry thought leaders from top companies around the globe, only on How to be the Difference.

    Stay ahead of the curve with actionable insights that are reshaping the processes of talent acquisition, human capital management, remote and hybrid workforce development among others.

    Tune in every Tuesday and don’t forget to follow us on social media!

    In this episode of How to be the Difference, Johanna and Paul have a conversation with Patrick Mork. Today, Patrick shares his insight on feedback and phychological safety.

    Patrick Mork is a silicon valley veteran and 4x time chief marketing officer who led the team that launched the Google play brand in 2012. Today he works as a Purpose Driven Leader coach, specialized in startups, company culture and marketing. He uses powerful stories and Co-Active coaching to help senior executives and startup founders make profound changes in their organizations and their lives.
    Patrick is the author of a new book on personal transformation called Step Back and LEAP. In it he uses powerful stories and practical exercises to help people make profound changes in their professional careers and their lives.
    Patrick's unique perspective stems from his experience as a consumer marketer at Pepsi-Cola along with over 18 years building brands and marketing campaigns for technology companies including Google, Glu mobile and various startups in Europe and Silicon Valley.
    In his role as leadership coach and storyteller, Patrick has been a personal advisor to senior executives at Apple, Google, Facebook, and several well-known startups including Onavo (acquired by Facebook), Distimo (acquired by App Annie) and Lime (the giant of electric scooters).
    Charismatic and Visionary, Patrick has given speeches at many international conferences and company events. He is an expert on topics related to managing change and transformation, the world of startups, marketing, creating and launching technology products and training and managing high performance teams. He has lived in 11 countries, speaks 4 languages and has worked in Europe, the USA and South America.

    Resources and people mentioned:
    Talanta
    Johanna Molina
    Paul Lynskey
    Patrick Mork
    LEAP
    Step back and LEAP, written by Patrick Mork

    Edited by: Valeria Gonzalez
    Produced by: Melanie Konstandt

    • 39 min
    Exploring the Intersection of Digital Transformation and People with Kamales Lardi, Ep 50

    Exploring the Intersection of Digital Transformation and People with Kamales Lardi, Ep 50

    As the working environment continues to evolve, many companies and professionals around the world are adapting, and better yet, leading the way.

    Join our knowledgeable hosts, Johanna Molina, Talanta’s Co-founder and Head of Impact, and Paul Lynskey, Talanta’s Head of Experience, as they delve into deep discussions with industry thought leaders from top companies around the globe, only on How to be the Difference.

    Stay ahead of the curve with actionable insights that are reshaping the processes of talent acquisition, human capital management, remote and hybrid workforce development among others.

    Tune in every Tuesday and don’t forget to follow us on social media!

    In this episode of How to be the Difference, Johanna and Paul have a conversation with Kamales Lardi. Today, Kamales shares her insight on diversity, bias, and the use of technology and data.

    Kamales is a bold and strategic thinker in digital and business transformation. She combines over 23 years of deep cross-industry experience with the latest digital and technology solutions. Kamales is listed in the “Top 10 Global Influencers & Thought Leaders in Digital Transformation” (Thinkers360) and Top 50 Women in Tech Influencers 2021 (The Awards Magazine). She often says, 'technology is not a silver bullet solution, a clear value proposition should drive any transformation effort'. This approach resonates well with many business leaders and has helped her stand out in the digital space. Since establishing Lardi & Partner Consulting GmbH in 2012, Kamales has advised many multinational companies across various industries in Europe, Asia and Africa for over a decade. Kamales believes in the transformative impact of emerging technologies. She has developed deep knowledge and practical experience in a range of emerging technology solutions, such as blockchain, AI, virtual and augmented reality, 3D-printing, IoT and sensor technologies, and robotics process automation among others. Kamales is a Teaching Fellow at Durham University Business School, and is the Chair of the FORBES Business Council Women Executives. She is a dynamic and influential speaker and presents regularly at corporate and industry conferences. In 2022, Kamales was recognized in International 40 Over 40 - The World's Most Inspiring Women by CapGemini Invent and Female One Zero.


    Resources and people mentioned:
    Talanta
    Johanna Molina
    Paul Lynskey
    Kamales Lardi
    The Human Side of Digital Business Transformation

    Edited by: Valeria Gonzalez
    Produced by: Melanie Konstandt

    • 29 min
    Overcoming Bias and Creating Equity in the Workplace with Aga Rogala, Ep 49

    Overcoming Bias and Creating Equity in the Workplace with Aga Rogala, Ep 49

    As the working environment continues to evolve, many companies and professionals around the world are adapting, and better yet, leading the way.

    Join our knowledgeable hosts, Johanna Molina, Talanta’s Co-founder and Head of Impact, and Paul Lynskey, Talanta’s Head of Experience, as they delve into deep discussions with industry thought leaders from top companies around the globe, only on How to be the Difference.

    Stay ahead of the curve with actionable insights that are reshaping the processes of talent acquisition, human capital management, remote and hybrid workforce development among others.

    Tune in every Tuesday and don’t forget to follow us on social media!

    In this episode of How to be the Difference, Johanna and Paul have a conversation with Aga Rogala. Today, Aga shares her insight on diversity, bias, and the use of technology and data.

    Aga Rogala is a global talent acquisition professional who has been working for over a decade in the human resources field, with a primary focus on recruitment and talent acquisition. She has had direct and indirect experience with numerous global organizations from diverse sectors such as consulting, banking, telecom, FMCG, building & construction, across various locations in Europe. This exposure has provided her with a deep understanding of different leadership styles and business strategies, as well as the ability to work with multinational teams and overcome diverse challenges. Her passion for learning and staying up-to-date with the latest trends in HR, the future of work, the use of technology and data to drive better business results and people decisions is evident. Additionally, she is a strong advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion.


    Resources and people mentioned:
    Talanta
    Johanna Molina
    Paul Lynskey
    Aga Rogala

    Edited by: Valeria Gonzalez
    Produced by: Melanie Konstandt

    • 23 min
    Amplifying Black Voices Through Diversity and Empowerment with Alicia Richardson, Ep 48

    Amplifying Black Voices Through Diversity and Empowerment with Alicia Richardson, Ep 48

    As the working environment continues to evolve, many companies and professionals around the world are adapting, and better yet, leading the way.

    Join our knowledgeable hosts, Johanna Molina, Talanta’s Co-founder and Head of Impact, and Paul Lynskey, Talanta’s Head of Experience, as they delve into deep discussions with industry thought leaders from top companies around the globe, only on How to be the Difference.

    Stay ahead of the curve with actionable insights that are reshaping the processes of talent acquisition, human capital management, remote and hybrid workforce development among others.

    Tune in every Tuesday and don’t forget to follow us on social media!

    In this episode of How to be the Difference, Johanna and Paul have a conversation with Alicia Richardson. Today, Alicia shares her insight on diversity hiring, DEI initiatives and her own diverse job board.

    Alicia Richardson is SyncD's Lead Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Consultant. She has +5 years of diverse hiring experience, workshop facilitation and public speaking experience.
    Alicia has worked across various industries, including tech, creative, marketing, and fashion. Companies and clients she has worked with included Spotify, Depop, Analog Folk, Media Cause, House 337 and Looping Group.
    Alicia has experience building communities and is the Founder of her own diverse job board, Black Create Connect. Alicia has created and executed diverse hiring strategies by conducting detailed audits, research and data analysis. This has resulted in her impacting who companies attract, and how they successfully retain diverse talent.


    Resources and people mentioned:
    Talanta
    Johanna Molina
    Paul Lynskey
    Alicia Richardson
    Black Create Connect

    Edited by: Valeria Gonzalez
    Produced by: Melanie Konstandt

    • 25 min

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