This is our 900th episode of the podcast. We celebrate by asking our CEO, Amanda Hammett, to join us for a conversation on how to develop your leaders. Amanda is an expert on young leaders in the workforce. She has been leading our leadership development program over the last three years. We explore the data we have collected and discuss three essential elements in how to develop your leaders. We share some insights about self-evaluation that we think are important. Learn the key areas you need to focus on if you want to develop your emerging leaders. Discover how to develop your leaders in this special episode of the podcast.
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Amanda Hammett: The Transcript
About: Amanda Hammett was given the nickname of the “Millennial Translator” by a group of college students after one of her many college speaking engagements. These days, She’s putting that name to good use helping companies get the most out of top next-generation talent. For over 15 years, Amanda has proven that she not only knows and understands corporate America, but she also knows and understands millennials and Gen Zs. Amanda Hammett works with corporations to develop strategies around attracting, retaining, and engaging top next generation talent. She has seen the devastating effects on company morale, productivity, and ultimately, the negative effects on the bottom line when companies are unable to effectively engage their employees. Additionally, she feels it is incredibly important to prepare next-generation talent BEFORE they reach the workforce which is why she works with college and university groups to prepare and develop their leadership skills as they transition into corporate America.
Disclaimer: This transcript was created using YouTube’s translator tool and that may mean that some of the words, grammar, and typos come from a misinterpretation of the video.
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