Global Women’s curated podcast mixtape. Podcasts we have loved or learned from.
“Man Up”: How A Fear Of Appearing Feminine Restricts Men, And Affects Us All
02/10/2018 · Hidden Brain
Exploring the bounds of masculinity. What behaviours do men consider to be too feminine, and therefore off limits? And how can men be convinced to question those boundaries?
Work after #MeToo
01/03/2018 · HBR
HBR talks with Joan Williams about history and the law, Amy Gallo about different ways to say “This is making me uncomfortable,” and Michael Kimmel about how men can be allies.
Success! How I Did It
10/02/2018 · Business Insider Australia
How two powerful women beat gender pay gaps to become the president of Salesforce and the CEO of Deloitte Consulting
Lead with Authenticity
09/02/2018 · HBR
As leaders, we know we’re supposed to be authentic, but for women, that can be tricky. HBR talks with an expert on authenticity, as well as a woman trying every day to bring her best self to work and help others do the same.
Dame Jenny Shipley on equality, progress and Jacinda Ardern
04/01/2018 · Summer Times, RNZ
It’s now 20 years since Dame Jenny Shipley became the first woman to lead the country. Find out how she thinks New Zealand is doing today when it comes to diversity.
It’s A Real Mother, Part 4: Leave
29/11/2017 · The Longest Shortest Time
Tune in to hear about the fix that finally got the Swedes thinking outside the “mommy box”—and what we can learn from them.
It’s A Real Mother, Part 3: The Cliff
15/11/2017 · The Longest Shortest Time
Tune in to find out how this workplace is embracing babies – literally – and why they think it makes good business sense.
It’s A Real Mother, Part 2: Ideal Worker
08/11/2017 · The Longest Shortest Time
Tune in to hear how the traditional American workplace actively works against mothers; and how that negatively impacts everyone.
It’s a Real Mother, Part 1: Governor Mom
01/11/2017 · The Longest Shortest Time
Tune in to hear what it’s like when discrimination doesn’t come from your boss, but the voting public. Plus, listeners’ stories of workplace discrimination.
Theresa Gattung on Telecom, surviving public scrutiny and investing in women innovators
29/10/2017 · Business is Boring
At the age of 37 a young women, who made her way up through a pretty sexist world, got the biggest job in the country. No, it’s not Jacinda Ardern today, it’s Theresa Gattung, in 1999.
Nature, Nurture, And Our Evolving Debates About Gender
9/10/2017 · NPR
How much are our identities determined by culture? How much are they shaped by chromosomes and hormones? We delve into debates over gender and the role of nature and nurture.
Once More, With Feeling
2/12/2016 · This American Life
Stories of people who decide to rethink the way they’ve been doing things, or try to get others to do that. Including a woman who decides to confront the men who catcall her, and get them to give it up forever.
The True Story of the Gender Pay Gap
7/1/2016 · Freakonomics
The first woman to get tenure in the Harvard economics department has tried to uncover the reasons for the pay gap between men and women. Turns out discrimination doesn’t explain why women earn so much less. It’s much more complicated than that.
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