Xavier Sala i Martin
Professor of Economics, Columbia University
As a futurist speaker, Alexandra Levit has addressed international audiences from Fortune 500 leaders to small groups of employees. She provides concrete strategies for her audience to implement, as well as data from her proprietary research with thousands of leaders and employees. Alexandra also incorporates real-life anecdotes from her 20 years of experience in the business world into her talks.
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Futurist speaker Alexandra Levit is the founder and CEO of Inspiration at Work. It is a woman-owned futurist consulting business that helps organizations and their employees prepare for the future. She is a columnist for the Wall Street Journal and the host of The Workplace Report. Furthermore, she has authored several books, including They Don’t Teach Corporate in College and Humanity Works: Merging People and Technologies for the Workforce of the Future.
Alexandra recently received a certificate in strategic foresight from the University of Houston. She consults, writes, and conducts research on leadership, management, human resources and technology adoption. She is also an expert on entrepreneurship, innovation, and other career and workplace trends.Above all, she has worked with numerous Fortune 500 companies, including Adecco, American Express, Deloitte, and Intuit. Moreover, Alexandra has also spoken at hundreds of organizations around the world.
Alexandra has also worked extensively with the U.S. government. She was a member of Business Roundtable’s Springboard Project, which advised the U.S. Department of Labor on current employment issues. She also collaborated with the U.S. Department of Defense to reboot its Transition Assistance Program for military veterans. Alexandra has received a federal small business grant from the National Institute of Mental Health. In partnership with the NU Feinberg School of Medicine, she is developing an intervention to alleviate the unemployment effects of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
In addition to writing for the New York Times, Fortune, Forbes, Time, U.S. News and World Report, and The Atlantic, Alexandra is also a frequent media spokesperson and is regularly featured in outlets such as National Public Radio and CNN. Alexandra is a member of the Northwestern University Council of 100 and has received the prestigious Emerging Leader Award from her alma mater. Lastly, she was also named to the Thinkers50’s Radar. She resides in Chicago, IL.
This session for all types of employees will address how the global workplace, organizations, and employees will change in the next 10 years. By exploring the implications of these developments, individuals will be in an excellent position to be both productive and competitive in the workforce of tomorrow.
This session for leaders will explore the demographic shifts, technology advances, and evolving workforce structures shaping how work will shift in the next 10 years. We will use case studies and exercises to illustrate the power of rapid talent assembly, career customization, decomposition of jobs, reskilling and upskilling, and human/machine hybrid teaming.
This session for employees of all ages will share some of the communication frustrations between the five generations currently in the workforce (including the newly arrived Generation Z) and provide attendees with concrete strategies to build a better sense of community in the organization.
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