FYPC054: Alexandra Levit, International Bestselling Author and CEO
Find Your Passion Career Podcast
Alexandra Levit is the author of the international bestseller They Don’t Teach Corporate in College: A Twenty-Something’s Guide to the Business World. Her latest book Humanity Works reveals what the 'robot takeover' will really look like, helping you prepare for the possibilities of the future. She is an influential thought leader on career and workforce trends who has been instrumental in developing and promoting proprietary research on the future of work, the millennial generation, gender differences and bias, and the skills gap. Alexandra’s goal is to prepare organizations and their employees to be competitive and marketable in the future business world. Back in January of 2020, how many of us could honestly have foreseen remote work being on the horizon? Alexandra did. A pandemic, and all the workplace transitions that came with it, was the furthest thing from everyone’s minds. But not hers. “Remote work was an example of a trend that I’ve been looking at for about 10 years where I knew that this was going to take off eventually.” As a work futurist and an avid researcher, Alexandra saw the inevitable change in the status quo, and prepared for it. She saw past the immediate panic over transitioning to online and envisions the natural next step in business progression: hybrid workplaces. Download my podcast interview with Alexandra here on iTunes! Once you're inspired by Alexandra's interview, we would love to read your review. bit.ly/AmandaNachmanPodcast
Episode 34 saw Host John Hollon sit down with guest Alexandra Levit, the CEO and Founder of Inspiration at Work. Alexandra is an author, nationally syndicated columnist, and also served as a member of Business Roundtable's Springboard Project, which advised the Obama administration, the U.S. Department of Labor, and the U.S. Department of Defense on current employment issues. In this discussion, Alexandra explains how organizations can avoid being a casualty of the great resignation by doing more employee listening than ever before, and why it is so important that we don’t slip backward into pre-pandemic ways of working.We see this episode plunge into topics such as pay equity, employee appreciation, effective technology implementation, and how to lay the foundation for a supportive, creative, and effective culture built on good rapport. When Alexandra speaks you can hear how passionate she is about preparing both organizations and their employees for the future workplace – this episode is a reminder to preserve all we have learned over the past 18 months.Alexandra is also a celebrated speaker and author who has written two books, "They Don't Teach Corporate in College " and "Humanity Works". Connect with her on LinkedIn, Twitter @alevit, or at https://alexandralevit.com/.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentexperiencepodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the Talent Experience podcast!
#020: How to Navigate the Working World - Alexandra Levit
Here The Future
Alexandra Levit is a best-selling author, Fortune 500 consultant, and a global futurist. Her main goal is to prepare organisations and their employees to be competitive and marketable in the future business world. Alexandra has authored several books, including international bestseller They Don't Teach Corporate in College, and Humanity Works: Merging Technologies and People for the Workforce of the Future. In the last several years, Alexandra has conducted proprietary research on the future of work, technology adoption, the millennial generation, gender differences and bias, and the skills gap. She also served as a member of Business Roundtable’s Springboard Project, which advised the Obama administration, the U.S. Department of Labor, and the U.S. Department of Defence on current employment issues. https://www.alexandralevit.com/ If you liked this episode make sure to give it a review, rating, and share it with your friends and family!
Alexandra Levit Explains Why Career Durability Is the Future of Talent Management
The HR Bartender Show
Whether you’re an employee or employer, the answer to our never-ending business challenges is learning. Not necessarily big, fancy, formal learning programs. But instead, thinking about career durability allows individuals and organizations to meet their goals.
Work is changing in ways we know and in ways we haven’t even begun to appreciate. What are the key trends? What will be the role of humans given the upcoming technological advances? What generational changes do we need to make? What does it mean leaders, companies and you as an employee should be doing now?
#153: Will AI Replace the Workforce of the Future? w/ Alexandra Levit, PeopleResults
HRchat Podcast - Interviews with HR, Talent and Tech Experts
There's lots of uncertainty around the future workforce and whether AI will replace humans. In this HRchat episode, Bill Banham chats with Alexandra Levit about the exciting future world of work, tomorrow's Human Resources departments, and several uniquely human skills that we should be developing. For the foreseeable future, says Alex, humans want to interact with humans and therefore it is key for HR pros to nurture empathy and interpersonal skills.Alexandra is an author, speaker, consultant, and futurist and Managing Partner at PeopleResults. Presenting at Hacking HR's 'HR Innovation and Future of Work Global Online Conference and Workshop' on March 3 – 6, Alex will be addressing the topic of 'Imagining the Future of Work and HR'.
Jennifer Hill interviews best-selling author and futurist, Alexandra Levit, about the future of work. Alexandra forecasts what changes to anticipate in the workplace including how automation will impact jobs. She also discusses what matters to Generations Y & Z and how organizations can better prepare for the new workforce. Finally, Alexandra offers suggestions to job seekers on how to improve their current skills to remain relevant for future roles.alexandralevit.com/about-alexandraAlexandra Levit’s goal is to prepare organizations and their employees to be competitive and marketable in the future business world. A former nationally syndicated columnist for the Wall Street Journal and writer for the New York Times, Fast Company, and Forbes, Alexandra has authored several books, including the international bestseller They Don’t Teach Corporate in College and Humanity Works: Merging People and Technologies for the Workforce of the Future.Alexandra recently became a partner with organizational development firm PeopleResults. She consults and writes on leadership development, human resources, technology adoption, entrepreneurship, innovation, career and workplace trends on behalf of numerous Fortune 500 companies including American Express, Canon, Deloitte, DeVry University, Intuit, SilkRoad, and Staples, and has spoken on these topics at hundreds of organizations around the world including Abbott, ADP, Bank of America, Cardinal Health, Campbell Soup, Exelon, the Federal Reserve Bank, the Human Capital Institute, McDonalds, Microsoft, PepsiCo, the Society of Human Resource Management, and Whirlpool.In the last several years, Alexandra has conducted proprietary research on the future of work, technology adoption, the millennial generation, gender differences and bias, and the skills gap. She also served as a member of Business Roundtable’s Springboard Project, which advised the Obama administration, the U.S. Department of Labor, and the U.S. Department of Defense on current employment issues.Alexandra is also a frequent national media spokesperson and is regularly featured in outlets including USA Today, National Public Radio, CNN, ABC News, CNBC, Forbes, the Associated Press, and Glamour. She was named an American Management Association Top Leader for two years in a row and has also been Money Magazine’s Online Career Expert of the Year and the author of one of Forbes’ best websites for women.A member of the Northwestern University Council of 100 and the Young Entrepreneur Council, Alexandra received the prestigious Emerging Leader Award from her alma mater. The award honors a Northwestern graduate under 35 who had made a significant impact in her field and in society. She was also just named to the Thinkers50's Class of 2019. This global organization identifies the individuals developing the most compelling business and management ideas of our age. She resides in Chicago, IL.
EP157: Alexandra Levit - How To Manage Your Millennial Staff Members
The Successful Bookkeeper Podcast
Millennials. This is a generation of people that were born approximately between 1980-1995 and they are a big part of today’s workforce. Our guest prepares organizations and their employees, who are mostly millennials, to be competitive and marketable in the future business world. Alexandra Levit is an American writer, consultant, speaker, and a workplace expert who has appeared on major TV networks like CNN and has written for The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and The New York Times. She has written six career advice books including her bestseller, Humanity Works: Merging Technologies and People for the Workforce of the Future. During this interview, you'll discover... Insight about old millennials versus young millennials The importance of high-tech & high-touch technology The impact of incentives to employees To find out more about Alexandra, visit https://www.thesuccessfulbookkeeper.com.
Episode 7: The Future of Executive Search & Recruitment with Alexandra Levit and Grant Zallis
In this episode of Workforce 2030, Grant Zallis, founder and CEO of IAR Consulting, joins Alexandra Levit to explore executive search and recruitment and how this is changing as we look toward the future of work. Grant founded IAR to follow his passion of matching the right people with the right organization to see both reach their full potential. He spent the last 15 years of his career working at rapidly expanding growth stage companies as CHRO and COO, so his firsthand experience makes him a trustworthy and forward-thinking leader to his clients.