Jana Reddin leads talent and organizational development at Texas Instruments, a global semiconductor company that designs, manufactures, tests, and sells analog and embedded processing chips. She and her team are responsible for creating and executing the talent strategy to support TI’s business organizations and the company’s 30,000 employees and leaders.
In her role, Reddin leads a worldwide team that creates and executes on leadership development programs, technical development programs, and onboarding for new employees. Her team members are embedded in various organizations to provide talent and organizational development approaches to address the unique needs of each organization. Her team is also responsible for developing a leadership pipeline within these organizations, while also developing current leader capability through the use of targeted on-the-job development programs, assessments, coaching, in-classroom and virtual classroom experiences.
Prior to TI, Reddin was the manager of talent management and organization development at 7-Eleven, where she was responsible for the performance management process, leadership development, talent review and succession planning, selection and development assessments, and high potential selection and development programs. She also spent time as a consultant where she would partner with organizations to provide talent management solutions to drive business strategy through selection and development assessments, executive leadership assessments, 360-degree assessments and feedback, leadership development workshops, organizational analysis and design, competency modeling, and succession planning.
Reddin received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Austin College, a Master of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Dallas, and her doctorate from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.