Daniella T. Levitt’s Book “Ready, Set…RISK!” – Positive Strategies and Tactics for Women to Turn Career Risk into Opportunity, Published by Brick Tower Pr ess and Publisher John Colby, Represented by Agent Alan Morell of Creative Managemen t Partners

Creative Management Group LLC

CHICAGO, IL, United States, via ETELIGIS INC., 06/11/2015 – – Daniella Levitt, represented by agent Alan Morell of Creative Management Partners, is pleased to announce that her book “Ready, Set…RISK!” – Positive Strategies and Tactics for Women to Turn Career Risk into Opportunity, has now been published. Female and male CEOs and senior executives spanning a wide array of industries have provided extremely positive commendations about the book. The Chief People Officer of one of the five largest accounting, tax and financial advisory firms globally commented, “Ready, Set…Risk! will leave you embracing professional risk taking as an energizing road to realizing your professional and personal potential!” A former CEO of a leading global provider of risk management, insurance and reinsurance brokerage, and human resources solutions and outsourcing services commented, “Levitt probes the challenges that are unique to women as they face decisions in their lives, and provides warm insights and encouraging anecdotes to help guide us through those decisions.” The Head of Talent and Resourcing for one of the world’s six “super major” oil and gas companies had the following to say about the book, “Ready, Set…Risk! raises a number of important issues for both women striving to make the most of their careers, and for organizations like ours, that want to attract and retain female talent.”

Said Daniella Levitt: “If you ask most people what the greatest reward was in their life, many will say it came from taking their biggest risk. The challenge for most women is that we approach decision making and risk taking differently than men do. We have a different propensity and appetite for risk than men – in general we take fewer career risks than men do. This impacts us on both a personal and professional level. We need to change this. We need to learn to take calculated career risks more often.” In this book Daniella Levitt explores why risk taking is an essential part of any woman’s career management and advancement strategy, and she shows you the ‘how to’ of successful risk taking in your career.

Now that the book is out, Ms. Levitt plans to launch a series of conversations about women and risk taking across the country. Incorporating another of her areas of expertise – cross-generational collaboration – she is currently organizing a ten city series of cross-generational conversations across the country about women and risk taking. In each city she will facilitate a signature event and run customized events for corporations on this topic. Ms. Levitt commented, “I did not write this book just for the sake of writing of a book, or just to sit behind a table signing copies of the book. I wrote the book because this is a critically important subject for employees and their employing organizations to wrap their heads around, converse on, and take action on. It has important application for women, beyond that to minority groups, and to the broader talent agenda that so many organizations are grappling with. I am very excited about my book “Ready, Set…RISK!”, the ten city conversation series, a weekly internet radio show and podcast series that I am in the planning stages of with my agent Alan Morell, and continuing the growth and expansion of the cross-generational program that I run for corporations –gen-xyb™ High Tea.”

Said Agent Alan Morell: “Daniella Levitt is the expert on empowering transformation for women through strategies of cross-generational collaboration and calculated risk taking. With the strong chance of a woman President over the next few years in the White House, Daniella is in the perfect place with ideal timing. We placed Daniella with The Sweeney Agency for speaking under our management, are seeing success in the corporate market with her gen-xyb™ High Tea program and her plans for her ten city conversation series, and over the next year will explore Daniella being a contributor to network and cable broadcast.”

About Daniella Levitt:

Daniella Levitt grew up in South Africa. Her passion is empowering transformational change. When she was twenty-six, Daniella moved to the United States. After eleven years with Deloitte Consulting she decided to leave in the year she was up for Partner, and joined Aon Consulting as a Senior Vice President. After Aon, Daniella founded two successful companies. Ovation Global Strategies assists corporations with complex transformational change initiatives, and Daniella Levitt Enterprises focuses on development and advancement of women in the workplace—leveraging strategies around risk taking and cross-generational collaboration.

Daniella speaks and writes passionately about topics that she believes are core to women maximizing their career potential, and to organizations seeking to recruit, engage and retain diverse talent. Daniella serves on the Board of Access Community Health Network and on the Board of the Chicago Sinfonietta. Daniella was recognized by the Anti-Defamation League as one of Chicago’s Rising Stars – Women Forty and Under Defining the Future. When Daniella isn’t working with clients, she can be found at the health club teaching group cycle classes, challenging members to reach new fitness goals.

For further information, go to:

www.daniellalevitt.com

www.ovationglobalstrategies.com

www.creativemanagementpartners.com

CONTACT:

THE CREATIVE MANAGEMENT AGENCY

Creative Management Partners LLC

433 North Camden Drive

6th Floor

Beverly Hills, CA. 90210

www.creativemanagementpartners.com

508-292-7900

SOURCE: Creative Management Partners LLC

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