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Hey Now! Hey Now! is the podcast where two childhood friends discuss their favourite childhood movies. Each week, longtime BFFs Emily & Barney discuss 90s and 00s movie classics that modern millennials can HARD relate to. And if that wasn’t enough, enjoy bonus episodes where VIP cast & crew chat about their favourite memories on set. Now, THAT is what dreams are made of! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Talent Development Hot Seat is a show dedicated to helping you develop the most important part of your organization – the people! Each week, Andy shares interviews with Talent Development Professionals, thought leaders and experts to share best practices, learn about the latest trends and find out what has been successful in the world of talent development. This podcast is designed to give you what you need to be successful in the world of Talent Development.
 
Join us every month as we speak with recently published or well established authors, gleaning insights and real tips from writers following their process from beginning to write, editing and proof reading, to finding an agent and publisher and finally finding an audience. Past guests include Joyce Carol-Oates, E.L James, John Safran, and Charlotte Wood.Twitter @_on_writing
 
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We are talking about culture and belonging today with Garry Ridge, CEO of WD-40. He is back on the podcast in the new year to discuss how WD40 creates great engagement scores; the #1 responsibility of a leader; the importance of vulnerability and admitting we don’t know; and how to eliminate the atmosphere of fear. To join the Talent Development Th…
 
My guest this week is my best bloody mate Sam Carter. General legend and frontman of Architects. We talk about their new (amazing) album 'For Those Who Wish To Exist', from its writing/recording to playing an empty Royal Albert Hall on a live stream. We talk about coping mechanisms through lockdown and a lot about mental health. I love Sam. He's th…
 
In this popular episode, we discuss the future of work and what skills will be most important, and the new model of a career. We also discuss how to think about your job when you become a manager, how leadership is changing, and the importance of giving your employees development opportunities. This was one of the most popular episodes for a reason…
 
I am pulling another most downloaded episode out of the archives this week. In this episode, Andy interviewed Liz Wiseman, a researcher and an executive adviser who teaches leadership to executives around the world. She’s also the author of New York Times bestsellers Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter and The Multiplier Effect:…
 
On 5/7/19, Andy interviewed Lucretia Hall. Lucretia is the director of Learning and Development for North America at SoftwareONE. This was the most downloaded episode on the podcast to date! She talked about things she’s been working on and some of her passion and focus especially in terms of coaching and building high performing L&D teams through …
 
Merry Christmas Ya Filthy Animals! We had to say that, didn't we? In this week's yuletide episode (approved by the American Dental Association), we discuss holiday favourite Home Alone. This film is more GOLD than Harry's tooth and taught us many things - like how to fend off burglars with an iron and deal with annoying siblings. P.S. If Kevin McAl…
 
On the hot seat today is Jennifer Paylor, who recently left IBM to become head of L&D, Talent, and Culture at CapGemini. We cover​​ the definition of anti-fragility; employee engagement and trust; psychological safety; intellectual humility; and why Jennifer says, 'everyone needs a coach like they need a mobile phone.' To join the community, go to …
 
After you've made snow angels for two hours, gone ice-skating, and eaten a whole roll of cookie dough as fast as you can, why don't you finish by snuggling up with Hey Now! Hey Now! Christmas Classics: Elf? If you don't love talking narwhals, arctic puffins and SANTAAAAAAA then you're sitting on a throne of lies - this is the best season of all, an…
 
On the hot seat today is JP Elliott, VP of Development, Engagement, and Inclusion at McAfee. He has a great track record of getting support from executives and building a network of support inside and outside of the organization. In this interview, he explains how to know what the business needs, how to make a good business case, and common mistake…
 
Miles needs to turn off Ennio Morricone, grab some fettuccini and listen to our first Hey Now! Hey Now! Christmas Episode: THE HOLIDAY. 2020 has made us want to sniff gas from a stove like Iris - so join us for some end of year, feel-good, fruitily doodily fun as we discuss this amazing movie classic. Any excuse to talk about Jude Law in those glas…
 
My guest this week is comedian and far-more-famous podcaster Ed Gamble. As well as being an immensely successful stand-up and TV comedian, Ed (alongside co-host James Acaster) also hosts one of the internet's biggest podcasts 'Off Menu' where guests share their dream menu. Unbeknownst to some Ed is also a keen metal fan, with a very surprising top …
 
Andy Storch sits down with Lorraine Stomski, Senior VP of Enterprise Leadership and Learning and WalMart. In this episode, Andy and Lorraine dive into Walmarts approach to Talent Management. I have heard often that connections are being lost in the virtual world, but Lorraine gives a surprising take on her experience with the virtual world actually…
 
The guest is Ceridwen Dovey. The book is Life After Truth. Ceridwen is an author, essayist and academic. She attended Harvard University on a scholarship where she met Jared Kushner and Natalie Portman. Her brilliant latest novel, Life After Truth, is inspired by her experience of attending the 15 year reunion of her class at Harvard. We talk about…
 
The guest is Robbie Arnott. The book is The Rain Heron. Robbie's debut Flames was shortlisted for and won a number of major literary prizes. His second novel is just as good. He writes compelling, inventive stories about our relationship with and dominion over the natural world. We talk about writing second novels, finding inspiration and our writi…
 
In this episode, Andy Storch gives you access to one of the interviews from his recent online event, The Talent Development Virtual Summit. He sits down with Marshall Goldsmith, the # Leadership Coach, to discuss: How things have changed Accepting what is and not becoming fixated on outcomes you can’t control Focusing on the process And so much mor…
 
In this episode, the tables are turned as Andy Storch gets into the hot seat. Andy brings in a good friend of his, executive coach Massimo Backus to interview him about his new book, Own Your Career Own Your Life, which just came out on November 16th. Andy brings in so much valuable wisdom on careers, success and fulfillment that you would want not…
 
Not every slur is intended. A lot of times, these microaggressions are simply the product of the perpetrator’s unconscious bias developed from years of enculturation. That doesn’t mean, however, that unconscious bias and its consequent microaggressions are harmless and that we don’t have to do anything about them. In fact, a big part of fostering d…
 
My guest this week is Aaron Marshall, virtuoso guitarist and better known as the brains/everything behind the musical group Intervals. Aaron started Intervals in Ontario Canada as an outlet for his musical creativity in 2011 and it has since existed in many different iterations. We talk about the band's beginnings and various line ups as well as hi…
 
How do you measure something as intangible as learning? If you are in the learning and development space, you may have struggled with this question. Good thing that Andy Storch is joined by Kevin M. Yates, known as the L&D Detective, who recently released the L&D Detective Kit as a free eBook on his website. Andy had a chance to interview Kevin liv…
 
A critical part of developing adaptability in this rapidly changing world is having the right people in the right places in your organization. Kristen Robinson, the Chief People Officer of Splunk, weaves her talent development philosophy around that need. She explains this philosophy and some of its aspects as she sits on the hot seat with Andy Sto…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has left so much disruption to our day to day lives, both personally and professionally. For businesses and organizations, one major struggle that they have to face is maintaining the culture, especially as everybody starts going remote. This episode's guest, Naveen Bhateja, offers his insights and experiences to help you prep…
 
My guest this week is Mat Welsh, guitarist/vocalist of While She Sleeps. WSS have just launched an ambitious crowdfunding campaign 'Sleeps Society', aimed at bringing fans a closer experience whilst also securing finances to support the future of the band during these uncertain times. Being old friends and touring buddies we talk a fair bit about t…
 
It's the end of Season 1 of Hey Now! Hey Now! But before you cry more than Sam waiting for Austin in the drought, and Chessy when she found out Hallie was actually Annie, join us as we reminisce on the show so far. Season 2 IS happening, guys! But before that, put December 7th in your diary because we've got a Christmas gift coming your way..! Be s…
 
Hey Now! Hey Now! Season 1 ends with a movie HIGH...High School Musical! That’s right Zac Efron lovers, get your head in the game and headphones in your ears, because in this final episode we discuss the movie that made us suddenly love basketball, Pi and crème brûlée (I’ll have a side order of Zeke, am I right ladies?) Pro tip: best listened to wi…
 
It’s after 6! So switch off the fuse and listen to our chat with the amazing Christina Vidal, who plays Lindsay Lohan’s BFF Maddie in Freaky Friday. So turn us up in your rented BMW (thanks Dina Lohan) and rock on, because this episode will TAKE YOU AWAY! Give Christina some love on Instagram: @christinamvidal Be sure to like, subscribe, rate and r…
 
The brain works best in an environment that is free of fear. A psychologically safe workplace is where people believe they can speak out and be heard. It is a fearless environment that fosters learning, innovation and growth by encouraging inclusivity and getting the best out of people. Despite its research-backed benefits, psychological safety sti…
 
Put some chopsticks up your nose and crank us up in your Volvo, because today we’re discussing body-swap classic Freaky Friday! Don’t allow Lindsay Lohan’s chunky highlights or your fortune cookie phobia to put you off, this episode is gonna rock your world! (EARTHQUAAAKE!) Pro tip: best listened to with some ice cream you’ve sneaked from the fridg…
 
My guest this week is Bryce Krawczyk. Bryce is a world record holding powerlifter and coach from Calgary, Canada. Bryce is the co-owner of the popular youtube fitness channel Calgary Barbell, where he provides amazing content for the lifting community. We spoke about many things, including how I can't get my MOJO back about the gyms reopening. He a…
 
A Cinderella Story would be nothing without today’s guest and ultimate legend: Director Mark Rosman. Converse needs to pay him royalties for his magic on this Hilary Duff classic! Not only did he introduce us to Austin Ames, he also directed other gems such as Even Stevens and Lizzie McGuire! Not to be dramatic, but this man has literally shaped ou…
 
A critical part of developing adaptability in this rapidly changing world is having the right people in the right places in your organization. Kristen Robinson, the Chief People Officer of Splunk, weaves her talent development philosophy around that need. She explains this philosophy and some of its aspects as she sits on the hot seat with Andy Sto…
 
"L.O.L." Don’t drop your cell phone, you’ll need it to listen to today’s episode where we discuss the Hilary Duff and Chad Michael Murray classic: A Cinderella Story! After much consideration, we are rebranding as a Jennifer Coolidge stan account - sorry if you are “very, very upset about this.” Anyway, go ahead and listen girlfriend, do your thang…
 
It’s no secret that Dougie Poynter is the best band member of McFly, and it was just our luck that he wanted to talk to us about his time in Lindsay Lohan classic, Just My Luck! No one fake-eats bowling alley nachos quite like him! Also side note to management: from now on, only take him to movie premieres in Lamborghinis, okay? No double decker bu…
 
What’s better: Sarah Jessica Parker’s dress arriving at your door? Or a new Hey Now! Hey Now! episode dropping in your subs?! (Don’t answer that.) Today we’ll be Chris PINE-ing over the iconic Lindsay Lohan movie: Just My Luck. Hold onto your lucky rabbit's foot and avoid all mirrors for this one! Pro tip: best listened to with a side of le jambon …
 
She taught us how to wear blue eyeshadow, practically invented scrunchies, and now she’s on our show! Today we chat with 13 Going On 30’s young Jenna Rink, Christa B. Allen; the super talented actress, aerialist(!), AND TikTok queen! So go ahead and listen, it’s not like you need a play-by-play. Give Christa some love on Instagram: @christaallen An…
 
We have no shortage of visionaries, of people who come up with genius ideas and start innovating, but what we need most now are leaders who don’t just light fires but know how to spread them. This is the central message of the incredible book, Entrepreneurial Leadership, written by Joel Peterson, former chairman of JetBlue Airways, founding partner…
 
My guest this week is Matthew Heafy, singer and guitarist of the metal band Trivium and, King Of Streaming. Matt and Trivium have recently paved the way in the music industry's 'new-normal' of streaming. They recently completed the metal world's first (actual) paid live-streamed gig with 10k+ tickets sold and Matt himself has one of, if not THE big…
 
Queen Clarisse had to survive 30 minutes without her assistant Charlotte because she was too busy speaking to us! That’s right, actress Kathleen Marshall a.k.a the woman who invented headsets (sorry Britney) gives us the low-down on her favourite memories working alongside Director (and father) Garry Marshall, as well as discussing what it was like…
 
Confronted with a radically changing learning landscape amid COVIF-19, organizations are experiencing an accelerated shift towards virtual learning in the talent development space. How can immersive, experiential learning be achieved in a setup where everybody is forced to self-isolate and work from home? The answer has been here with us for quite …
 
Confronted with a radically changing learning landscape amid COVID-19, organizations are experiencing an accelerated shift towards virtual learning in the talent development space. How can immersive, experiential learning be achieved in a setup where everybody is forced to self-isolate and work from home? The answer has been here with us for quite …
 
Shut...UP! Today we discuss Disney royalty: The Princess Diaries. So dust off your beaver rucksack and jump on an electric scooter, because you’re in for a steep ride. Did you know Fat Louie was the biggest diva on set? Just ask Anne Hathaway - he’s the Mariah Carey of Genovia! Pro tip: best listened to with M&Ms on Pizza. Be sure to like, subscrib…
 
We speak with actress and chilli connoisseur Lisa Ann Walter who played the world’s favourite Nanny ‘Chessy’ in The Parent Trap. Can we hug her?!! So the question is: whaddya want to do first, kiddo - unpack or listen? Or listen, then unpack? Or, we can listen while we unpack. Send Lisa some love on Instagram: @lisaannwalter Pro tip: best listened …
 
You are cordially invited to join the Dennis Quaid Appreciation Club (“unbutton that shirt, baby!”) In today’s episode, we discuss Lindsay Lohan’s debut: The Parent Trap directed by Nancy Meyers. This movie gold has had us pining for an identical twin since ‘98, so dust off your tie-dye T-shirt, relax, sail through time with us...back to yesteryear…
 
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