Episode Description

Our guest today is the energetic, innovative, working mom, Stephanie Crook, Vice President and Director of Organization & Talent Capability at Intel. She is responsible for building talent strategies and solutions in support of Intel’s business execution.

An accomplished Organizational Development professional, Stephanie has fifteen years of experience leading cross-organizational transformation projects both in and outside Intel.  Throughout her career, she has maintained close ties to thought leaders in the organizational development, talent and strategy fields and is known for bringing industry best practices to the teams she leads.

Stephanie holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and Russian from Utah State University and a master's degree in organizational behavior and business administration from the Marriott School of Management at BYU.

Talking Points: 

  • Stephanie's professional history
  • Her early experiences as a working mom of 4 children
  • The importance of a personal brand or reputation in the workplace
  • Bringing humanity into the workplace
  • The shift in understanding how culture impacts the value of the firm
  • Challenges of aligning the right talent with the right projects
  • Stephanie's proudest accomplishments
  • Stephanie's advice for younger employees
  • Building and investing in networks
  • 3 things you can do to stay engaged with your network

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Tom Finn

Tom Finn

Podcaster & Co-Founder

Tom Finn (he/him) is an InsurTech strategist, host of the Talent Empowerment podcast, and co-founder and CEO of an inclusive people development platform.