The TJ Podcast: May 2022

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Written by Debbie Carter on 11 May 2022 in Podcast
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Jo Cook talks to L&D innovator Jeff Kortenbosch about his work on skills at Dutch bank de Volksbank

Jeff Kortenbosch in conversation with Jo Cook exploring his work at de Volksbank, where his main focus is on internal mobility and skills-based talent management. He has been developing tools for auditing talent in his organisation and in this fascinating interview his ideas are discussed in detail. Jeff says he is “connecting the dots between learning, recruitment and organizational development”. 

Author of 20 Questions Learning and Development should ask before talking about training, Jeff has 20-years experience L&D working for global organisations like Philips, AkzoNobel, and IKEA. A talented illustrator Jeff creates simple, yet powerful visuals to explain big ideas.

To contact Jeff go to his LinkedIn page or through Twitter @jeffkortenbosch

Jo Cook has been part of the TJ Podcasts since their inception. Jo is founder and director of Lightbulb Moment. @LightbulbJo

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