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McKinsey talent experts Bryan Hancock, Bill Schaninger, and others on how to make the most of talent as a competitive advantage, navigate today’s fast-changing talent landscape, and prepare now for the future of work.

McKinsey Talks Talent McKinsey People & Organizational Performance

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    • 4.7 • 31 Ratings

McKinsey talent experts Bryan Hancock, Bill Schaninger, and others on how to make the most of talent as a competitive advantage, navigate today’s fast-changing talent landscape, and prepare now for the future of work.

    The shape of talent in 2023 and 2024

    The shape of talent in 2023 and 2024

    Trends like generative AI shaped last year's talent landscape and are poised to redefine its contours in 2024.

    • 26 min
    Human-centered AI: The power of putting people first

    Human-centered AI: The power of putting people first

    A people-focused approach to AI can transform jobs for the better—and improve performance, too

    • 23 min
    Right skills, right person, right role

    Right skills, right person, right role

    With the rise of more technical roles across industries and sectors, and a shortage of people to fill them, skills-based hiring could help organizations access new talent pools. McKinsey partners Bryan Hancock and new co-host Brooke Weddle join global editorial director Lucia Rahilly in conversation.
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    • 26 min
    The future of middle management

    The future of middle management

    Most of us don’t exactly dream about becoming a middle manager. But in fact, middle managers play a pivotal role in organizational success, according to the new book  Power to the Middle: Why Managers Hold the Keys to the Future of Work (Harvard Business Review Press, July 2023). On this episode of McKinsey Talks Talent, authors Emily Field, Bryan Hancock, and Bill Schaninger talk with global editorial director Lucia Rahilly about the benefits the best managers can bring—and about how to rethink middle management roles for maximum ROI.
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    • 28 min
    Making sense of generational stereotypes at work

    Making sense of generational stereotypes at work

    Look around. If you’re like many of us, your workplace comprises members of four, possibly even five, generations—and attention to age-based differences is mounting. On this episode of the McKinsey Talks Talent podcast, talent leaders Bryan Hancock and Bill Schaninger talk to global editorial director Lucia Rahilly about new research on generational preferences at work: what’s myth, what matters, and how to manage the new multigenerational team.
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    • 21 min
    Generative AI and the future of HR

    Generative AI and the future of HR

    Generative AI: it’s powerful. It’s accessible. And it’s poised to change the way we work. On this episode of the McKinsey Talks Talent podcast, talent leaders Bryan Hancock and Bill Schaninger talk with McKinsey Technology Council chair Lareina Yee and global editorial director Lucia Rahilly about the promise and pitfalls of using gen AI in HR—from recruiting to performance management to chatbot-enabled professional growth. 
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    • 26 min

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Fabulous talent insights

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