Schneider Electric early careers podcast helps navigate the future

Schneider Electric early careers podcast helps navigate the future

 June 07, 2022

When you’re fresh out of university, or just starting your career, it can be difficult to figure out what you want to do with your future and what opportunities lie in wait. There are so many different industries to explore and they don’t always feel accessible.

This commonplace experience of early career uncertainty provides the inspiration for Schneider Electric’s new podcast series Own your career, Own your future, as Schneider Electric professionals explore different career paths through the lens of expert advice from industry leaders across the company.

Helping listeners take ownership of their future careers

Guest speakers from a variety of functions and locations are invited to answer all pressing questions about developing a career and breaking into a specific industry. In keeping with the title of the series, Schneider Electric hopes that each episode can support listeners in taking ownership of their future.

The podcast is co-hosted by Schneider Electric colleagues Tanya M. Balwani who works in Global Marketing, Project Manager Kaeti Singleton, and Deputy Manager in Learning Services Moin Khalid. 

Discussing careers in digital at Schneider Electric 

In the first episode, the podcast discusses careers in digital with two senior leaders in Artificial Intelligence (AI) at Schneider Electric: Vice President of Artificial Intelligence Solutions, in India, Saket Agrawal, and Vice President–AI Offer in India, Madhu Hosadurga.

After a brief introduction from the hosts – Moin Khalid, Tanya Balwani and Kaeti Singleton – the podcast dives deep into key topics including:

  • Trends in the tech industry
  • India as a global hub for talent, innovation and manufacturing
  • How Schneider Electric leverages AI and machine learning
  • Tips on developing tech-related skills

Like what you hear?

Schneider Electric has countless opportunities for early career professionals and the network of support for career success.

Search and apply for jobs on Schneider Electric's careers website.

 

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