The Talent Development Hot Seat features interviews and insights from leading talent development professionals and company executives who are passionate about developing their people. The host, Andy Storch, will ask each of them to share some of their successes, failures, challenges and advice for others as well as what trends they are seeing in the industry. The main goal of the podcast is to help listeners become more successful in their own jobs and accelerate their careers as Talent Development professionals.
Dr. Charlene Rousseau. Charlene is an Executive Coach at L&OD consultant. She’s also a speaker, educator, podcaster, and author.
Currently she is the Director of Learning and Development for The Learning Experience, an academy of early childhood, headquartered in Deerfield Beach, FL. In her role, she shapes the vision and strategy for learning, growth, and development of TLE's leadership. She aims to foster high performing and collaborative teams that will warrant scalability and ensure the company's rapid exponential growth.
Charlene is also the CEO and Co-Founder of InvestHuman podcast, a leadership and professional development podcast dedicated to "reviving the heart of organisations by reigniting the appreciation for the human element of work.”
She also has a PhD in I/O Psychology and her research interests include Adult Learning and Distance and Online Education.
Thane Bellomo has over 20 years of experience helping people and organizations maximize their potential and optimize their performance by aligning and developing organizational culture, people, processes and systems. Thane has worked in the manufacturing, healthcare, government and energy industries.
Currently, Thane is an Organizational and Leadership Development Leader at Exelon, the nation’s leading competitive energy provider with 25,000 employees.
In this solo episode, I reflect on the impact you can have as an HR/Talent professional and share one idea I proposed recently to a large company for manager development.
Today's interview is with Casper Moerck, who is Head of Learning Technology - Americas at Siemens. Casper has been giving presentations at conferences about how he and his team are using AI and xAPI at Siemens and why other companies should be doing the same thing so I wanted to share that information with you today. Warning, this interview might blow you away.
In this episode of Talent Development Hot Seat, Andy interviewed Dr. Gay Hendricks for the second time. Dr. Hendricks has been a leader in the fields of relationship, transformation, and body/mind transformation for more than 45 years now. Andy and Dr. Hendricks talked about the book Dr. Hendricks wrote called "The Joy of Genius.” To know more about the book and Dr. Gay Hendricks, listen to this episode and enjoy!
Andy is the founder of The Sales House, the first all-in-one modern sales education platform for B2B sellers and sales leaders. He created The Sales House to help B2B sales professionals educate themselves about how to successfully sell in today’s complex and rapidly changing business environment.
Andy is the author of two books on sales - Amp Up Your Sales and,Zero-Time Selling - and has been named one of the top 50 global sales experts to follow on LinkedIn. After a successful career in corporate sales, Andy founded his own company in 2000, and has since helped companies and individual sellers around the world to transform their sales results.
Jill Coln is a dynamic Talent and Organizational Development Leader with extensive experience in innovative design, development and implementation of global enterprise-wide talent development experiences that get results.
Jill has worked in Talent Development over the past 19 years and has spent time in the Hi-Tech, software and medical device fields. She is currently the Director of Global Learning and Development at Varian Medical Systems.
This is a solo episode discussing the future of work and recapping four great interviews over the last few weeks. Enjoy!
Paul is an internationally experienced HR executive and talent leader who forges strong links between long and short-term business objectives and human resource planning and outcomes.
Paul has worked as an SPP of leadership development in the entertainment industry. He has built leadership teams, led HR departments through major changes, built innovative executive development programs in multiple organisations, and a host of other things across HR.
Most recently, Paul was the CHRO of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center and is currently an independent consultant, coach, and speaker
In this episode, Andy interviews Sarah Mceneaney, the Digital Talent Leader for PwC across the US and Mexico. She's a member of the People Leadership Team and is responsible for enabling success across all talent elements of PwC's digital transformation priorities.
In today's show, they talked about PwC, how she prioritizes things, and how to make employees work in the most effective way in this digital age, among many others. You’ll learn so many things in today’s show so don’t forget to tune in!