Millennial Playbook Podcast
Millennial Playbook Podcast
Welcome to the Millennial Playbook Podcast! In this show, we interview experts from across different industries to provide helpful advice and insight into the world of Millennial employees. All podcasts are included in the Blog section and can be downloaded on Stitcher or iTunes.
On this episode of the Millennial Playbook Podcast we are joined by Ashley Magnatta. She’s an Executive Assistant in the redevelopment industry where she made a pivot from her original plans of becoming a marriage and family counselor. Ashley gives us out of box ways to develop our skills and find professional development opportunities and provides insight on how to consistently adapt your communication style to fit your audience.
On this episode of Millennial Playbook Podcast, we are joined by Chad Payne. He is a management consultant at A.T. Kearney Inc., and is based out of New York. Chad talks to us about his uncertainty in his preferred career path, and why that ultimately led him to choose a path in consulting. He also has some great pointers for recent grads on specific areas to develop that will give them a leg up.
On this episode of Millennial Playbook Podcast, we are joined by Anthony Fittipaldi. He shared how his initial plans to work in corporate marketing later convinced him to take the a huge leap and buy a businesses with a partner.
On this episode, Rob Johnson talks to us about his early dream to work in sports and the laser-focus, persistence, and hustle it took to make his goal a reality – including a few interesting examples of his “do whatever it takes” mentality.
On this episode of Millennial Playbook Podcast, we are joined by Nicole Behnam. Nicole shares how she made the decision to start an online magazine, why it’s a magazine and NOT a blog, and how she encourages everyone to ask more questions, and ask for help, more often.
On this episode, we are joined by Sandy Grigsby. Sandy specializes in empowerment, professional and lifestyle portrait photography and owns Brio5. We talk about the importance of presenting yourself in a visually appealing, value-conveying way through photography. Sandy wants to empower as many women as she can and for every paid client, she donates a photo shoot to a women in need.
On this episode of Millennial Playbook Podcast, we are joined by Kayvon Asemani. Kayvon is a millennial entrepreneur, musician, and current student at the University of Pennsylvania. He gives us his secrets as to why it’s important to learn how to apply different tools and experiences across all aspects of your work. He also translates the lessons he learns in business school into practical applications for his musical pursuits. His biggest piece of advice is to stay focused on the outcomes you can control, and not get distracted by the things you can’t control.
On this episode of Millennial Playbook Podcast, we are joined by Hamper Stamper. Happy shares her experiences on doing all the right things and then being in a job she hated! She breaks down how she moved on and found a career she loves in the transportation software industry as a project engineer.
Today on Millennial Playbook Podcast, we are joined by Brett Pucino who talks to us about the new versus old economy. He breaks down how millennials can make a difference in the workforce beyond the “gold watch” era by using the 4 principals of marketing (Specialization, Differentiation, Segmentation, Concentration)
On this episode of Millennial Playbook Podcast, we are joined by Jake Kelfer. He is a millennial entrepreneur and author of Elevate Beyond. Jake helps people achieve their success through writing, and public/motivational speaking. Motivational speaking has always been a passion for him as he loves to inspire people through the spoken word
Today on Millennial Playbook Podcast, we are joined by work/life balance expert and author of Mompowerment, Suzanne Brown. Suzanne is a part-time strategic marketing and business consultant with two young boys. She worked in the corporate world for 12 years before becoming an entrepreneur
Today on Millennial Playbook Podcast we are joined by millennial blogger, Nicole Booz. She is the Editor and Chief at GenTwenty, 20 something guide to life. Nicole gives us some great advice on work/life balance as an entrepreneur. working from home.
Today on Millennial Playbook Podcast we are joined by millennial entrepreneur, Katlyn Grasso. She is the owner of GenHeration and travels A LOT! She works with Gen Z young woman who want to take over the world and hosts One Minute Mentor, an original web series.
On today’s episode, we talked about the importance of not letting fear stop you from making a career change and ways to re brand yourself by highlighting your strengths.
Millennials don’t like once a year reviews with minimal feedback throughout the year. Kate and Alissa talk about alternative ways to both give and receive frequent feedback and provide key questions for starting points to conversations.
Moving up in the workplace does not always have to be climbing the ladder. On today’s episode, Christina discusses how taking a lateral move can enhance our careers and skill sets.
On today’s episode we talked about all things personal branding from resume to website design. Allison has broken down barriers with her innovative idea on how to stand out!
Interview with Kayla Buell
Today we talked about all things career, staying in jobs we didn’t love, and how to move forward without burning any bridges with Kayla Buell, founder of Lost GenY Girl and millennial career and lifestyle blog and author of Corporate Survival Guide for Your Twenties.
Why Are Millennials So Lazy?
In this podcast, we talk about the generational differences with work ethic and answering one of the most hard hitting questions: “Why are millennials so lazy?”
How to Recruit Millennial Talent: An Interview with Lynda Spiegel
On today’s podcast, we talk about all things recruiting, hiring, career pivots and resume writing with Lynda Spiegel, a former global Human Resources executive, and founder of Rising Star Resumes, a job search coaching and resume writing service.
Understanding the Communication Gap
On today’s podcast, we talked about the generational differences with communication styles and outlined steps we all can take to be more effective communicators.
How to Manage Your Money As A Millennial: An Interview with Kaytie Zimmerman
In this podcast, we interviewed Kaytie Zimmerman, founder of Optimistic Millennial, a blog geared towards equipping young adults to overcome financial and career related obstacles to adulthood.
How to Stand Out in The Workplace As A Millennial: An Interview with Celia Cameron
On today’s podcast, we interviewed Celia Cameron, VP of Marketing and Communications at Cabrini University, and discuss some key differences among generations, how to stand out to your supervisor, what to cover during performance reviews and how to strategically climb the ladder within your organization.
About Alissa Carpenter
I specialize in helping people and companies identify and use unique strengths to increase fulfillment and productivity in the workplace and in life. In particular, I focus on educating organizations to better engage and retain Millennial workers, while helping Millennials themselves explore their careers. I work with companies, universities, and individuals across the United States, but my home base is near Philadelphia, PA. Media outlets such as Forbes, CNN, and Monster have sought my expertise, and I am delighted to be a formal Forbes contributor. Below is my recent interview with Lifestyle With Eraldo on WMCN TV.