Alexandra Levit on Harnessing the Next Generation Workforce

    Jan 24, 2019

    As the head of the highly successful website Small Business Television, Susan Wilson Solovic is an authority on making money and building a thriving business. In her book, The Girls’ Guide to Building a Million-Dollar Business (AMACOM Books), Solovic shows women that not only do they have the power to earn more money and control their financial destinies – they deserve to. In this week’s You’ve Been Spotted segment, Kevin Lee interviews women from AMA’s course, “Preparing For Leadership: What it Takes to Take to The Lead”. Listen to these participants share their concerns as women in leadership positions. For additional training on this topic, consider these AMA seminars: Preparing for Leadership: What It Takes to Take the Lead AMA’s 5-Day “MBA” Workshop Communication Strategies for Women Assertiveness Training for Women in Business For related reading from AMACOM Books: The Girls’ Guide to Building a Million-Dollar Business By Susan Wilson Solovic, Michael E. Gerber The Girls’ Guide to Power and Success By Susan Wilson Solovic Don’t Think Pink By Lisa Johnson, Andrea LearnedAlexandra Levit is the author of They Don't Teach Corporate in College, a practical guide that delivers the vital information junior corporate employees need to succeed in today's tough business climate. As the founder of the career consultancy...Alexandra Levit is the author of They Don't Teach Corporate in College, a practical guide that delivers the vital information junior corporate employees need to succeed in today's tough business climate. As the founder of the career consultancy Inspiration at Work, Alexandra advises both companies and individuals on harnessing the potential of the twentysomething generation. She has two books due out next year, How'd You Score THAT Gig? and Solving the Talent Equation. In this week's You've Been Spotted segment, Kevin Lee interviews AMA seminar participants about their experiences working with interns, college graduates, and other young professionals that are just getting started in the workplace.AMA_Edgewise_0725.mp3