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The TalentX Podcast is all about the future of work. Learn from leading HR analysts, industry influencers, people leaders from best-in-class organizations and other thought-leaders in the talent space as they share how to lead the way in today’s career climate. These powerful discussions feature key research, insights, experiences and successes in delivering better work experiences, and tales of creating future-proofed workforces. TalentX is committed to delivering authentic conversations around employee engagement, skills development, talent retention, career mobility, AI, workforce agility, meaningful work and more. TalentX – The Talent Experience Podcast is powered by Fuel50, the world’s fastest-growing talent experience platform.
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Ep. 27 - Beverly Kaye

Ep. 27 - Beverly Kaye

2021-04-2125:12

Dr. Beverly Kaye joins in this episode to discuss all things talent with specific reference to the practices highlighted in her book Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em, which has recently had its sixth edition published. This conversation sees us speak about ways to avoid losing your people, but also when it’s okay to ‘lose ‘em’. Additionally, Bev dives into why internal talent mobility is so important, why people leave organizations and the three things a talent-focused leader does.She also shares with our listeners the gift of 26 ways to start a conversation with a remote employee. You can download the ‘Staying Connected While Working Apart’ article at https://bevkaye.com/staying-connected/.As a thought leader, speaker, and author, Dr. Beverly Kaye's work and research in the career development, engagement and retention fields have been widely recognized for helping others discover greater meaning in their work and gain greater control over their career destinies. Connect with her on LinkedIn, Twitter @BeverlyLKaye, or on her website https://bevkaye.com.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Ep. 26 - Mary Faulkner

Ep. 26 - Mary Faulkner

2021-04-0720:21

As a principal at IA-HR, an advisory firm that helps guide organizations through business transformation, our guest Mary Faulkner has a lot of experience helping companies through various workplace challenges. In this episode she shares how the past year has gone for organizations and what they’ve been focusing on. Mary goes on to discuss the big trend towards optimization and maximizing existing assets, both technology and talent. Along with host John Hollon, they discuss why understanding the skill sets of your people is no longer a nice to have. In fact, it’s now an imperative to have an infrastructure providing visibility into these skills and capabilities.Mary Faulkner is a talent strategist, problem solver and business leader with more than 15 years experience in helping organizations achieve their goals. Connect with her on LinkedIn, Twitter @mfaulkner43 , on her blog https://survivingleadership.blog or through the IA-HR website https://ia-hr.com.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Recently we sat down with Holger Mueller of Constellation Research along with special host Anne Fulton CEO of Fuel50 during the exciting final days of the 2021 America’s Cup. Both avid followers of the racing much of the discussion draws comparisons between America’s Cup and business, particularly for innovative tech companies. Holger goes on to share his top 3 business lessons to be learnt from the last America’s Cup and why we should think more like the racing teams. He also discusses what we can expect for the decade ahead in terms of the shifting talent dynamics and where this might lead us.Holger Mueller is VP and Principal Analyst for Constellation Research covering Next Generation Apps, Tech Optimization, the Future of Work and Human Capital Management. Connect with him on LinkedIn, Twitter @holgermu or on https://www.constellationr.com For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Ep. 24 - Mark Feffer

Ep. 24 - Mark Feffer

2021-03-1020:59

Independent writer, journalist and the editor of HCM Technology Report Mark Feffer joins us to discuss how HR and more specifically HR technology priorities have changed in the past year. Together with Rhonda Taylor they cover what technologies might have been on the backburner previously but have become critical to the way work gets done throughout organizations, particularly for a remote workforce. Technology can be effective to spread the culture of companies, however it only goes so far – tune in for Mark’s thoughts on how tech can be best utilized to ensure a positive employee experience.Mark was one of the first to report on how algorithms have changed the recruiter’s role, the growing need for Chief Analytics Officers and the synergies between artificial intelligence and analytics. Connect with him on LinkedIn, Twitter @markfeffer or on www.hcmtechnologyreport.com.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Ep. 23 - Sharlyn Lauby

Ep. 23 - Sharlyn Lauby

2021-02-2419:57

The past year has been an exercise in change and adaptability. In this episode HR pro turned consultant and the author of the well-known HR Bartender blog Sharlyn Lauby covers what management questions are top of mind for organizations, including how managing people has changed, the concept of self-management and helping managers manage in this new environment taking into consideration their well-being and stress levels too. Along with host John Hollon they touch on what organizations are doing to create a strong internal culture with a distributed workforce. Sharlyn shares some fun virtual ideas for reallocating the in-office experience funds to build employee morale, improve culture and the feeling of belonging.Sharlyn Lauby is also the president of ITM Group Inc., a Florida-based training and human resources consulting firm focused on working with companies to retain and engage talent. During her 20+ years in the profession she has earned a reputation for bringing business solutions to reality. Connect with her on LinkedIn, Twitter @sharlyn_lauby or on her website https://www.hrbartender.com.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Ep. 22 - Wendy Dailey

Ep. 22 - Wendy Dailey

2021-02-1026:56

Talent acquisition professional, HR podcaster and blogger Wendy Dailey (she/her) joins host Rhonda Taylor to chat about developing your ‘personal brand’ and how you can manage it. They delve into using social media to build an authentic personal brand that represents you and your voice. A lover of the power of social media (especially Twitter) Wendy also shares her views for job seekers around having an online presence and using your virtual networks to help when making big career changes.With almost 20 years of experience in human resources, Wendy is also an advocate of responsible social media engagement and interaction as a HR blogger and co-host of the #HRSocialHour twitter chat and podcast. Connect with her on LinkedIn, Twitter @wyndall93  or on her website https://mydaileyjourney.com.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Ep. 21 - Leslie Forde

Ep. 21 - Leslie Forde

2021-01-2718:53

This episode sees us dive into supporting mothers and others juggling a career and caregiving responsibilities with Leslie Forde, who’s research helps mothers in particular make space for self-care. Leslie shares her story to what led her to develop Mom’s Hierarchy of Needs, using her ground-breaking research on working mothers and the stressful and difficult juggling act they have to navigate every day. More recently she has been studying how the pandemic is affecting work and life for parents and gives tips for business leaders to develop a work culture that allows and supports caregivers to not only succeed and grow but to achieve leadership in their careers.Leslie has used research to inform growth and innovation strategy for over 20 years. Connect with her on LinkedIn or Twitter: @leslieforde.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Lover of HR, recruiting and technology William Tincup of RecruitingDaily joins us in this episode to blow apart the work/life balance myth. He shares his COVID silver linings as well as how companies are helping their employees with all the related current stressors. He makes the case for flexible work arrangements to allow your people to work when they are most productive and becoming more outcomes focused rather than being set on how the work gets done. William also chats through how his life experiences have forced him to slow down and realize that optimism is a choice. William Tincup is the President & Editor-at-Large of RecruitingDaily. At the intersection of HR and technology, he’s a writer, speaker, advisor, consultant, investor, storyteller & teacher. Connect with him on LinkedIn or Twitter: @williamtincup.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Ep. 19 - China Gorman

Ep. 19 - China Gorman

2020-12-3019:35

Host John Hollon sits down with our guest China Gorman, an advisor, speaker and board member of HRCI and Workforce Institute at UKG, to chat about how workplace culture has fared in the wake of the pandemic. It’s been hard times and a lot of the responsibility lies with leaders, China shares her best rule of thumb for leaders as we continue through and advice to get the organization out the other side stronger. In this episode they also delve into building a strong workplace culture with a remote workforce through her personal leadership experiences of what techniques have been successful in the past.Growing revenue and profitability, improving business competitiveness via a strong workplace culture and driving increased brand influence and impact are the hallmarks of China’s leadership. Connect with China Gorman at https://chinagorman.com, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/chinagorman/ or on Twitter @ChinaGorman.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Ep. 18 - Michael Moran

Ep. 18 - Michael Moran

2020-12-1620:01

UK-based Career Coach and specialist in Employee Engagement, Michael Moran’s passion for creating job satisfaction and engagement through maximizing people’s potential is undeniable. Much of our conversation centers around the findings from the 10Eighty report: The Rise of the Human Focused leader which sees us dive into the concept of ‘And Beyond’ leadership and maintaining a people-first approach. This episode will set you on your way to becoming more employee-centric and designing jobs around people in your organization – as you'll discover it’s worth it! Michael is CEO and Founder of 10Eighty. He helps organisations design jobs and career paths that maximize employee engagement. Connect with Michael at https://10eighty.co.uk, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaeldmoran/ or on Twitter @mdmoran10Eighty. Download The Rise of the Human-Focused Leader Report at https://fuel50.co/10ehfl.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Ep. 17 - Dave Ulrich

Ep. 17 - Dave Ulrich

2020-12-0220:28

Dave Ulrich, known as ‘the father of modern HR’, joins us in this episode to share his wisdom and thoughts around how organizations are coping in this world of incredible change. To help you make sense of the rapid changes we cover what good business leaders have been able to do through harnessing uncertainty and using the crises as an opportunity. Dave shares his biggest piece of advice regarding the most important thing HR leaders can give their employees, which could shift your mindset! Dave Ulrich is the Rensis Likert Professor at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan and a partner at The RBL Group, a consulting firm focused on helping organizations and leaders deliver value. Connect with Dave at http://daveulrich.com, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/daveulrichpro/ or on Twitter @dave_ulrich.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Trish McFarlane, CEO and principal analyst at H3 HR Advisors is a self-confessed dreamer. Moving on from HR’s biggest current concerns naturally we find the space to really dream as we look to the future of HR, the workplace and the workforce. Together Trish and host Rhonda Taylor rub the crystal ball and ponder where HR is going and envision what it’s going to look like on the other side. How can we move people into jobs that aren’t yet created? How might AI adapt to meet our future lifestyles and work environment? How do you plan ahead when the future is so uncertain? They touch on these questions and more in this future-focused episode.Trish McFarlane is also the co-host of The HR Happy Hour podcast and the HR Happy Hour WORK BREAK! daily vlog both with Steve Boese. Connect with Trish at www.H3HR.com, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/trishamcfarlane or on Twitter @TrishMcFarlane.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Ep. 15 - Kris Dunn

Ep. 15 - Kris Dunn

2020-11-0421:10

Kris Dunn cares deeply about the art of HR and recruiting enough so that he created the popular industry blogs Fistful of Talent and The HR Capitalist. Along with host John Hollon, a contributor to FOT, they cover topics top of mind including retention, recruiting, remote work and reskilling. While reskilling can help organizations cope with the evolving needs of the workplace and help individuals better position themselves on the recruiting trail, as Kris shares it takes focus, discipline and can be difficult to actually find time for. In this episode Kris also opens up about getting his recruiting company through the momentous events of 2020 and explores the concept of hunkering down and how it has changed recruiting. Kris Dunn is the Chief Human Resources Officer for Kinetix. He believes that the key to great business results is to get great people, then do cool stuff to maximize their motivation, performance and effectiveness once you have them in the door. Connect with him at https://krisdunn.com, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/krisdunn/ or on Twitter @kris_dunn.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Ep. 14 - Russell Klosk

Ep. 14 - Russell Klosk

2020-10-2124:26

We’ve dealt with rapid unexpected change this year and never has the whole world been so focused on the same problem. Russell Klosk, talent strategy thought-leader and expert in workforce transformation, explores how 2020’s challenges have affected companies priorities when it comes to their talent and reveals what’s different this time round compared with past recessions. Russell shares with host Rhonda Taylor some of the often-unspoken pitfalls of working from home and what impact it has made on productivity, employee experience and engagement. Remote working vs. in-office, what will it be like on the other side of the pandemic? Listen in for Russell’s take! Russell is a globally recognized thought leader in Talent Strategy, Workforce Transformation and Strategic Workforce Planning and has led multiple global transformation projects. Connect with him on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/russellklosk/ or Twitter @RussMK!For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Ep. 13 - Torin Ellis

Ep. 13 - Torin Ellis

2020-10-0725:44

Torin Ellis is a powerful speaker. This is an important conversation that will move you and motivate you to strive for greater humanity. Torin is empowering and encouraging and speaks so many truths about the representation of people in technology development, about building empathy through proximity, and about whether AI is a help or hindrance to creating more equal opportunities. As you will discover, diversity and inclusion is not a zero-sum game! Torin shares proof of that with host Rhonda Taylor and highlights that there is a lot we can all be doing within our workplaces to spark a global shift towards change for the better. After all, the ROI of D&I is greater humanity. Torin Ellis leads a nimble boutique with a focus on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB) strategy through the lens of recruiting. Connect with him on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/torinellis/ or Twitter @torinellis. For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Ep. 12 - Ben Eubanks

Ep. 12 - Ben Eubanks

2020-09-2319:04

Host John Hollon kicks off this episode by asking guest Ben Eubanks, prominent HCM influencer and analyst, what is driving the need to reskill today’s workforce. Together they discuss talent mobility and how it fits into the reskilling conversation. Ben reveals his love for stories and love for data – both of which are evident throughout the conversation as he generously shares research insights and inspiring case study examples throughout. Having worked as an influencer and analyst for more than ten years with a passion for leadership and culture he’s had his hands in pretty much everything at some point: recruiting, benefits, training, employee relations, executive coaching, and the rest of the spectrum you run across in an HR shop. Connect with Ben on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/beneubanks/.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Jason Lauritsen is an expert at helping organizations figure out employee engagement and helping managers be better managers. He chats with host Rhonda Taylor about the positive side effects of not being able to see our people as we normally would in the office, as well as removing bias in the workforce. Jason then dives into why managing the remote workforce doesn’t require different skills to managing in the office, but points out a lot of work still needs to be done by managers.As a keynote speaker, adviser, leadership trainer, and author of 'Unlocking High Performance' and 'Social Gravity', Jason is dedicated to make work a more human experience. Connect with him on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonlauritsen/, Twitter @JasonLauritsen or visit https://jasonlauritsen.com.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Ep. 10 - Kevin Wheeler

Ep. 10 - Kevin Wheeler

2020-08-2618:00

In our tenth episode of the TalentX Podcast you’ll hear what Kevin Wheeler, founder of the Future of Talent Institute, means by the ‘Paperclip World’ we are living in. There’s no doubt this has been an era of incredible and sudden change and, like Kevin says, recruiters need to get comfortable with ambiguity in order to respond to the chaos out there. He details the changes for recruiting as we move ahead and reveals the leadership skills that recruiters need to get much better at for the future.Kevin started Future of Talent Institute out of his passionate belief that organizations need a more powerful and thoughtful architecture for talent than they have. After a 25 year career in corporate America Kevin has firsthand knowledge of the need for better strategies and approaches to finding, developing and retaining people. Connect with him on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/kwheeler/ or visit https://futureoftalent.org or @FutureOfTalent on Twitter.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
With a unique blend of technical, HR practitioner, business and vendor experience, Chris Havrilla thrives off seeing how tech and data can come together to make a difference for companies. Chris has a proven career in doing transformation work and our conversation uncovered many gems of wisdom that will help listeners to navigate this current disruption and chaos. She shares the approach of applying ‘what do you need, when do you need it and why do you need it?’ to talent marketplaces and how this simplified thinking is playing out in existing companies.Chris leads the HR technology and solution provider strategy and research practice for Deloitte Consulting LLP—helping to demystify the ever-changing HR Tech landscape for their corporate and solution provider members. Connect with her on Twitter @havrilla or LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrishavrilla/.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
Ep. 08 - Ron Thomas

Ep. 08 - Ron Thomas

2020-07-2920:44

In this episode host John Hollon speaks with Dubai-based Ron Thomas, who reveals what work life was like during the lockdown in the Middle East and what long term changes were required as a result. Ron offers great perspective and tips for reimagining the new workforce using examples from what CEO’s in essential services organizations have learnt. Ron Thomas is a sought-after speaker and Managing Director of international consulting firm Strategy Focused Group. Find him on Twitter @ronald_thomas, LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/ronthomashr/ or at http://www.strategyfocusedhr.comFor more insightful conversations, visit www.talentxpodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the TalentX podcast!
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