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The Talent Development Hot Seat podcast provides an inside look at talent development from professionals in the field.
Host Andy Storch's interview lineup includes discussions with practitioners from companies including GE Digital, MarketWatch, Siemens, Salesforce, PwC, Progressive Insurance, Porter Novelli, Delta Air Lines, Logitech, HP, and more.
"In our work with L&D professionals from around the world, we have discovered their love for sharing knowledge and learning from one another. But there seems to be a void in that outside of conferences and blogs, there is not a great way for them to do this in an audio format they can take with them on the go," Andy says.
If you work in talent development for a large company and would like to be interviewed on the podcast, or if you know someone who would make a great guest, feel free to connect and/or reach out to Andy.
"We are fortunate (and excited) to have Andy on board with us and leading this initiative on behalf of our entire team," says Advantage President and C.E.O. Jonathan Hodge.
Note: This podcast is not limited to talent development professionals. Andy also intends to interview line and sales executives who are passionate about talent development as well as selected thought leaders who can add value to the podcast.
Access the latest episodes below:
Talent development professionals: Are you getting the best work from your people? Are you building a culture that can unlock everyone's potential?
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Find out why HP got rid of performance reviews and how it is shifting its culture in this episode of the Talent Development Hot Seat podcast.
Jon Upton, Vice President of Sales Engineering at Salesforce.com, has a passion for empowerment, coaching, and helping others recognize their potential.