Talent & Transformation expert Larry McAlister joined host Al Dea for a special episode of The Edge of Work Podcast exploring what it takes to cultivate a human-centric culture.
As former VP of Global Talent at NetApp, Larry McAlister also shed light on his experience building a successful talent strategy at the company, and how Fuel50’s AI Talent Marketplace helped give NetApp employees clearer visibility to potential career journeys, mentors, internal gigs, opportunities, and more.
Having Fuel50 or a talent mobility [platform], and investing in ways for people to think about their future inside a company during these really hard times is a great salve to this pain… The idea of a platform that isn’t a turn it on, turn it off – [rather] it’s always on and gives people somewhere to go to think about their future.”
Tune in below to hear more about Larry McAlister’s insights on building a human-centric talent strategy.
ABOUT THE EDGE OF WORK PODCAST
The Edge of Work Podcast is a guide for leaders who want to know about workplace trends. During each episode, Al Dea interviews experts, founders, and leaders focused on exploring ideas about what’s new and next around attracting and developing talent, leading and managing, and building healthy and sustainable organizations.
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ABOUT LARRY MCALISTER
Larry McAlister is a Talent & Transformation Expert and the Author of the upcoming book: The Power to Transform: A field guide to build a human-centered, tech-enabled work culture. As a former talent leader at organizations including NetApp and Equinox, Larry has a demonstrated track record of helping organizations transform their business through an investment in technology and talent. He is also the Founder of The Corporate Humanist Consultancy.
Learn more about Larry McAlister here.