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Removing the Glue – Getting Employees Unstuck in Their Career Development

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Season 2 | Episode 8:

Removing the Glue – Getting Employees Unstuck in Their Career Development

The U.S. is experiencing a labor deficit unlike we've ever seen before. There are more jobs than there are people looking for work. Not only are companies struggling to find talent, but they are also struggling to keep the talent they have.

During the pandemic, we saw a great awakening as employees started to reflect on their personal and professional lives. Many felt stuck or stagnant in their careers, which brings us to today’s biggest question: How can employers create opportunities to get employees unstuck in their career development? To help us answer this question, we hostead Tim Toterhi, the CHRO at Science and Medicine Group and Founder of Plot Line.

We uncovered ways HR can:

  • Make work more meaningful for employees
  • Career map and hire from within
  • Create opportunities for engagement, learning, and development

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Meet this episode's expert guest: Tim Toterhi

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Tim Toterhi, CHRO

Tim Toterhi is not your usual HR guy. He’s passionate about slashing bureaucracy and rethinking old thinking.

He's a TEDx speaker, ICF certified coach, PMP, and author. Tim has over 20 years of management experience in the Americas, Europe, and Asia with a focus on talent and performance management. He’s been quoted in publications such as Fast Company, Forbes, Fox Business News, and the HuffPost as well as profiled in the book, Magnificent Leadership.

Ever the contrarian, Tim approaches his practice with a playful smile and an eyebrow up. 

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