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Why did kings and queens have spectators on their wedding night? Who had the very first boob job? And did our ancestors have their unmentionables pierced? Join historian, Kate Lister, Betwixt the Sheets as she unashamedly roots around the topics which seem to have been skipped in history class. Everything from landmark LGBTQ+ court cases, to political scandal, to downright bizarre medieval cures for impotence. The etymology of swear words, gender bias in medicine, and satanic panic and cults ...
 
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Parity Podcast

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Parity Podcast

Cathy Nestrick and Deborah Pollack-Milgate

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Women have had the right to vote for 100 years, but most experts believe that we will not achieve workplace parity for another 135 years! 135 years is a long time, friends, to wait for gender equality and a level playing field at work. The goal of this podcast is to accelerate this change by being a coach, mentor, and trusted friend for all of you who are ready now.
 
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Gender Question

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Hindustan Times - HT Smartcast

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Gender Question is a weekly podcast in which Associate Editor Dhamini Ratnam addresses blindspots around gender and sexuality, by taking an issue that's in the news, and looking at it differently, with the help of experts. This is a Hindustan Times production brought to you by HT Smartcast.
 
W.I.P.E by Radically Yours, aims to wipe out the NORM which states that only men can lead. We address the modern-day unconscious gender bias through the stories of women in investing and entrepreneurship. BIASES CAN ONLY BE ADDRESSED WHEN STORIES ARE SHARED. Stay tuned with us as we release our conversations with global, influential women fund managers and entrepreneurs. Follow our pages to know more updates. Bingepods Wipe by radically yours
 
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Upceed Consulting Services Private Limited

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UCS Podcasts are made with the intention to create awareness among the listeners against sexual harassment of women at workplaces, to diffuse it, to educate employees about gender biases that bring about gender inequality and eliminate unconscious bias at workplaces. We at UCS aim that workplaces must be respectful and happy and UCS podcasts are one manner in which we want to help you enable create an empowered workplace.
 
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Magnus Sermo

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Ludus | The Magnus Platform

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Tackling gender bias in sport. There is only Sport. Sport belongs to all. It’s what everyone plays. So why do we still have the sub-category of Women's sport? This weekly panel podcast investigates the gender bias that has become accepted and ingrained in sport worldwide and tries to find ways to tackle the issues affecting women in sport at all levels.
 
The Florida Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism presents Never Contemplated, a candid discussion with female judges from across the state about gender bias, professionalism, and civility in the judicial system, hosted by Judge Hetal Desai. Disclaimer: The views expressed by the participants of this program are their own and do not represent the views of, nor are they endorsed by The Florida Bar, their respective officers, directors, employees, agents, or representatives. None of t ...
 
Ladies, it's no secret that gender matters in any discussion about leadership. That's why former Corporate Executive Ebony Wiley and some badass guests are here to bring you actionable strategies they’ve learned through the years topics like owning your career, from the trenches to the boardroom, mom guilt, managing family logistics, work travel. Whether you are a recent college graduate, entrepreneur, corporate executive, a working mom or just looking for career advice. Listen in on candid ...
 
After decades of ineffective quotas, a revolutionary approach to breaking through the glass ceiling for women has come into focus—one shaped by a greater understanding of our gender differences instead of trying to ignore them. Today, Gender Intelligence is improving communication between men and women in organizations around the globe. It’s resulting in superior innovative thinking, more effective problem solving and decision-making, greater team productivity, and more enduring customer rel ...
 
Tilted brings you conversations at the intersection of gender and culture – we dig into topics we’re curious about, highlight inspiring people and stories, and share expert advice to help you make the playing field a little less tilted. Hosted by Rachel Thomas, co-founder and CEO of Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In organization. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Leadership Amplified is a podcast to inspire leaders to get more impact with their teams, to promote inclusion, and to make leadership more satisfying. My philosophy is that leadership is only valuable if it is a resource for the organisation. It is a resource when teams and individuals benefit from being led. The podcast is a practical way to engage and inspire leaders by refocusing the work of leadership as service to teams and the organisation. The podcast focuses on four major themes: •E ...
 
Radical Resilience is a weekly show where your host, Blair Kaplan Venables, has inspirational conversations with people who have survived life’s most challenging times. We all have the ability to be resilient and bounce forward from a difficult experience and these conversations prove that. Get ready to dive into life-changing moments while getting raw and real. Radical Resilience is a podcast created by The Resilience Project.
 
Stories and expertise shared through interviews covering our core topics of families, wellbeing, careers, inclusion and workplace. WorkLife Central is a digital hub of expert-led content designed to support, inform and inspire professionals in their family life, work life and wellbeing. Delivered through Live Talks, instantly available On Demand Videos, and a Library of Articles and Podcasts, members of WorkLife Central have access to support, information and expertise provided by our hand-p ...
 
Finding Brave with Kathy Caprino helps listeners access the courage they need to honor their true passions, talents, and values in life and work, and leverage them for more success and happiness. Listen in as Kathy and her inspiring, top-level guests share a wealth of strategies and tips for building a braver, more rewarding life and career.
 
A bi-monthly podcast featuring the stories of women working, playing, and coaching in soccer. The goal is to create an ongoing dialogue about gender bias by highlighting the inspirational stories of those who have forged careers in women’s soccer and exposing unbelievable moments of discrimination and harassment. Notable guests: - Abby Wambach, 2x Olympic Gold Medalist / 2015 World Cup Champion - Shannon Boxx, 3x Olympic Gold Medalist / 2015 World Cup Champion - Angela Hucles, 2x Olympic Gol ...
 
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Woman Up

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Kate Brim-Senekal

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Flipping the script on women, work, faith, & justice. A podcast centered on gender equality, empowerment, and shifting gender norms and bias in all spheres of society. Hosted by Kate Brim-Senekal, founder and managing director of Sparrow Society, an international women’s empowerment brand that works to create opportunities for the sustainable economic advancement of women in order to subversively shift mindsets around the value of women and girls, thus shifting the power differentials that i ...
 
Karen Otis, architect and author, is helping women follow their passion, take the next step in their careers, and crushing the gender bias in male dominated industries! Guiding women towards financial freedom and unstoppable success. Step into your heels gals, and grab your hard hat, because together we will conquer your world!
 
FINRA Unscripted is the voice of the nation’s largest non-government securities regulator. We bring together FINRA leaders to discuss existing and emerging regulatory topics that impact the broker-dealer industry. We share best practices for compliance officers, insights into the operations of a 3,500 person self-regulated organization and educational tools and information for investors. Every investor in America relies on one thing: fair financial markets. That is what FINRA works every day ...
 
Getting into an osteopathic medical school is hard enough, but getting through is a challenge all its own. For premeds curious about what medical school life is like at Ohio’s only osteopathic medical school, or for current medical students out there who just want to know they are not alone, we invite you to listen to Please Use the Mic. Please Use the Mic is co-hosted by OU-HCOM OMS I, Suzanne Chaar, and Mark Loudin, an HCOM administrator who has sat through the first two years of medical s ...
 
Imagine a gender-equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination. A world where difference is valued and celebrated. Together, we can create that world. We unpack the big conversations with some inspirational women, discussing their personal journeys, success tips, thoughts on breaking down gender barriers, and everything in between. Special thanks to spacecubed.com for partnering with us to record this podcast in their studio.
 
A profession where Murphy's law is at its best! In this podcast, we decipher the journey of the makers in the business of making films and unravel the challenges of being in this profession. These candid conversations are also a reality check to millions out there who want to be in this very sort out and considerably glamorous profession. New episode every Friday/ Saturday Curated & Hosted by Suchita Bhhatia Brought to you by Metaphysical Lab & Ep.Log Media
 
In a society that tells women to sit, talk, walk & live in a manner it defines as ‘ladylike’- (Un)like a Lady is a podcast celebrating the journey of Indian women for who they are beyond these countless expectations. Through first-hand experiences of empowering women from all walks of life, we wish to understand feminism in India in its true sense & seek inspiration from how women continue to defy the existing gender norms of Indian society. Follow us on social media to reach out or leave a ...
 
The Women of Death Row is a true-crime podcast. Sisters Amanda & Mariel will tell the stories behind condemned women on death row, exploring crime details, circumstances of the women's lives before & after sentencing, the role of gender and racial bias surrounding the justice system, and cases involving capital punishment plenty of opinions, sarcasm, and digressions. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-women-of-death-row/support
 
New York Times Bestselling Author, Christina Crawford is also a five-time Telly Awardwinning producer-director-writer for video programs spanning the range of Northwest Independent Regional TV series, video documentary and musical theater concert presentation in New York City at the famous Birdland. Christina is passionate about social justice, creativity in the arts and the world of women, which has been largely undocumented, unappreciated and subjected to centuries of gender bias and dismi ...
 
A Litany of Privilege is a podcast about privilege and cultural bias, especially as they relate to gender expression, feminism, race, and economics. Ashley Bartlett and Jove Belle discuss how various power structures impact us all on an individual, community, and global level. Follow on Twitter @LitanyPrivilege.
 
A lovely young woman gambling at a casino in Leubronn, Germany. A young man watches, fascinated from afar. She begins to lose heavily and leaves the casino. Thus opens the last and probably the most controversial of George Eliot's novels. Published in 1876, Daniel Deronda is also the only one in which the great Victorian novelist portrays contemporary society of her own time. There were only a few murmurs when it first came out, but later, they became a full fledged outpouring of resentment ...
 
A seismic shift has taken place in the world of work. Workplace culture continues to adapt and respond – as it always has done – to the wider world. Covid turned our working lives upside down; Black Lives Matter and the #MeToo movement challenged and changed our expectations of what a responsible and inclusive business looks and feels like. Society, culture and work now overlap in ways we have not seen before. The reWorked podcast provides a space to explore how business can respond to this ...
 
NET qualified in English and a researcher is here to bust the boredom and hesitation which hinders you to take a positive step forward. This platform will give you confidence, boosting power, and knowledge of literature for the students who want to be academicians. I welcome you all on my channel with #positivity #victory #nomorefear #knowledgetograb.😊
 
They say it’s a man’s world... so what does that mean for woman? This podcast is on a mission to find out. The consequences of woman's exclusion from our world are so deeply embedded that they are all but impossible to see... unless you are looking. Through interviews with authors of non-fictions books, each episode explores a different part of our world through the perspective it is missing: woman’s. We will be talking about the economy, healthcare, the home and much more - providing the co ...
 
Welcome to Science Sessions, the PNAS podcast program. Listen to brief conversations with cutting-edge researchers, Academy members, and policymakers as they discuss topics relevant to today's scientific community. Learn the behind-the-scenes story of work published in PNAS, plus a broad range of scientific news about discoveries that affect the world around us.
 
The state of New Hampshire is seen as a novice at diversity work, but a newly established council is looking to change that. This podcast will give voice to the members of the state's new Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion, as well as citizens who share their stories. New Hampshire's growing population and increasing diversity, as well as reported incidents of bias around the state, have made these conversations necessary. Issues of race, gender, disability, age, economic status, se ...
 
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Brenda Tackaberry got sick of glass ceilings and constantly being undervalued and underestimated. She is resilient and this is her story. Learn more about The Global Resilience Project, read the stories of resilience, sign up for newsletter and submit your story here: https://theglobalresilienceproject.com/ Trigger Warning: The Resilience Project p…
 
There were approx 15000 plus films (15858) submitted to Sundance 2023. More than half of them were made by first-time directors. There were 4,061 feature-length films,1,662 were from the U.S., and 2,399 were international. Out of this, only 101 feature films had to be selected for the final competition section of the festival. With this rush for ma…
 
Bao-Y Van Cong is an Investment Director, at Target Global, a € 3 billion AUM international investment firm with offices in Berlin (HQ), London, Tel Aviv & Moscow and investing into European & Israeli tech companies. She believes in breaking the barriers and being the first one to take up the bold step. She is an enthusiast, passionate investor wit…
 
Why would someone disown their son over a pair of glasses? How could an unmarried woman in 1918 have published a book about sexual pleasure? And what is an appropriate gift for a newlywed prince and princess? Today, we’re looking at the complicated woman who was Marie Stopes - family planning pioneer on one hand, very problematic eugenicist on the …
 
Peggy O’Neal is Chancellor for RMIT and appointed Chair for the Commonwealth Games Victoria 2026 Organising Committee. In 2021, she was named Melburnian of the Year and in 2019 made an officer of the Order of Australia for her service to Australian rules, football, financial services, law, and women in leadership. Peggy was also the President of th…
 
"Whether you like it or not, everybody's searching for us online. And everybody is looking at your LinkedIn profile, whether you're on LinkedIn every day, or once a year, so you might as well make it work for you." - Stefanie Marrone Stefanie Marrone is an Outsource Marketer who advises legal professionals on improving their social media presence. …
 
In this episode, I discuss the ADHD and Food connection with ADHD coach Dusty Chipura. Dusty is an ADHD coach who offers individual, group and pregnancy coaching as well as workshops on feeding your ADHD. Follow Dusty on Twitter or TikTok. HIGHLIGHTS Why it’s so hard to feed yourself when you have ADHD The biggest challenge Dusty sees in her client…
 
Facelifts, liposuction and nose jobs: since the mid 20th century people have saved up to have their faces and bodies transformed into their dreams. But why might these procedures have been offered in prisons across the US, the UK and Canada? And what was the desired outcome? Today, Kate is joined by Zara Stone, author of Killer Looks: The Forgotten…
 
In this episode, psychologist Jessica Chivers talks to us about her son who has ASD and ADHD and her daughter who has suffered from an eating disorder. She discusses how she has helped them through difficult times of the past few years, navigating different care and educational settings to get them the support they needed. She explains how looking …
 
Welcome to our extremely engaging session with Amanda Pullinger, Chief Executive Officer - 100 Women in Finance. Not only is she a former principal of Aquamarine Capital Management but has also previously served as Chairman of the board of the HALO Trust. A truly brilliant and inspiring woman. In her conversation with us, she talks about the lack o…
 
Stephanie Zhong chose to step up to become a mom to her oldest stepson, who was born with fetal alcohol syndrome. She is resilient and this is her story. Learn more about The Global Resilience Project, read the stories of resilience, sign up for the newsletter and submit your story here: https://theglobalresilienceproject.com/ Trigger Warning: The …
 
She is surely one of the most fascinating figures in royal history. Perceived as a bad match for Edward VIII, Wallis Simpson is at the centre of the scandal surrounding his abdication. But what do we know about her life besides this? From childhood to exile - Anne Sebba introduces us to the Duchess of Windsor. *WARNING there are adult words and the…
 
Michelle Winzer is a truly brave feminine leader. She's open, down to earth, vulnerable, and always learning. Michelle has operated at the highest levels of corporate life as CEO of Bank of Melbourne, holding executive roles in retail banking, business banking, call centres and operations at Bankwest, the Commonwealth Bank and Westpac. After 30 yea…
 
Legacy leadership isn’t just a leadership style or a list of things to do, or showing up pretending you have all the answers. In today’s show, Gina Gomez shares her belief that truly impactful leaders don’t follow trends or pursue fame and fortune; instead, they build trust in the workplace, adhere to ethical practices, and live their legacy in the…
 
This week we are joined by Shayne Phillips, Director of Analytics Solutions at Anaqua/Acclaim IP. Shayne talks about the value that Patent Agents bring to the legal industry. She explains how Patent Agents can use data to uncover insights about competitors and potential markets, and how they can go beyond the typical patent search to provide compet…
 
Succession planning, catastrophe planning, contingency planning--whatever you want to call it, these plans are important not just for customers and registered representatives but can even be a matter of life or death when it comes to the continued existence of a firm. On this episode, we talk to Jeanette Wingler, FINRA’s Special Assistant to the CE…
 
From Ancient Assyria to the Byzantine Empire, from the Qing dynasty’s Forbidden City to 19th century operas; Eunuchs have been present across a huge range of the world’s history. Despite this, they are often mainly thought of in terms of their private parts. So today, Betwixt the Sheets, Kate is joined by Shaun Tougher from Cardiff University to fi…
 
This is going to be something that all of you will find "interesting," but maybe not something that you will like. Last week on 3 Geeks, I posted a blog that talked about how to use AI to generate summaries of legal articles. This week, I wanted to expand on that project a little and see if I could turn the summaries into a podcast. The goal was to…
 
As Lead of Language Research at Grammarly, Courtney Napoles is building systems to better help people from around the world communicate. In this episode, we discuss things such as the fundamentals of linguistic machine learning and how AI learns linguistic biases––not to mention how those biases are undone. To get 50% off an annual plan with Memris…
 
This episode was first broadcast in September 2022. You might not think of yourself as a negotiator but big or small we all negotiate daily.Getting better at it could make your life easier.So what's the most effective way to negotiate?Is playing hardball ever a useful strategy?And what do you do when you're at a power disadvantage?…
 
In this snacky episode of THE ARTISTS PODCAST, we decipher CHAT GPT and the possible future that needs to be relooked at for content creators, and movie makers. Lots of questions, that have no answers right now: Differentiating between content created by an AI BOT AND A HUMAN. Does an AI bot need to be given credit:) What happens when the AI become…
 
This woman can give you up to Rs 7 cr for your startup if you are based in Australia. Rachael Neumann talks about fundraising and how she evaluates founders in this detailed interview. Rachael moved into a full-time investment role after gaining her operating experience as the Managing Director of Eventbrite in Australia and New Zealand banking gro…
 
January 17, 2023 was our one year anniversary of Radical Resilience. Join Blair Kaplan Venables and Alana Kaplan as they celebrate this milestone. Kelly, are you listening? Learn more about The Global Resilience Project, read the stories of resilience, sign up for newsletter and submit your story here: https://theglobalresilienceproject.com/ Trigge…
 
What did porn look like before the internet? Who was it for? And how has it changed since? In this episode, Kate chats to Kathleen Lubey, a professor at St. John’s University and specialist in eighteenth-century literature. Kathleen talks us through the history of pornography … that is, the type of history that can’t be deleted. *WARNING there are …
 
Missing out on her dream role gave Sally Haydon the space to really find her voice. Her passion for customers and people has led her to a global career in Australia, the UK, India, the Philippines, and Dubai. Sally is the Senior Executive at ahm health insurance, previously the Vice President for digital experience and transformation for du; and an…
 
In this episode, I discuss ADHD and Healthy Habits with Liz Brown, a life coach helping ADHD teens and adults with health and wellness. Learn more about Liz.HIGHLIGHTS: How Liz got into the business of helping ADHD'ers set healthy habits The most important thing ADHD'ers should know about setting healthy habits Where Liz sees her clients getting st…
 
So much of today’s music takes inspiration from the Blues, but where did Blues music itself come from? Kate is joined by Lamont Jack Pearley - applied folklorist, ethnographer and historian of African American traditional music - who takes us through the history of Blues music, from influence to appropriation. *WARNING there are adult words and dis…
 
From interning with the former Chief Justice of India to meeting Mark Zuckerberg to becoming the co-founder of a unicorn. Here's how Naiyya Saggi founded BabyChakra and went onto co-found The Good Glamm Group, which is now valued at $1.2 bn!! Naiyya is the founder and CEO of BabyChakra and the co-founder of Myglamm and the Good Glamm Group. She is …
 
At the age of 31, Jennifer Trask lost her father after an 11-day battle with cancer. This is her story, and she is resilient. Trigger Warning: The Global Resilience Project provides an open space for people to share their personal experiences. Some content in this podcast may include topics that you may find difficult. The listener’s discretion is …
 
Just in case you haven’t heard, a certain prince has released a memoir recently detailing a challenging relationship between him and his brother, the heir to the throne. But royal sibling rifts are nothing new, in fact we can trace it back centuries… and we’re doing just that on Betwixt the Sheets today. Kate is joined by Gone Medieval’s Matt Lewis…
 
Juggy Sihota-Chahil is Vice President of Consumer Health for TELUS, one of Canada’s largest Telecommunications companies. She was listed as one of Vancouver Magazine's Power 50 in 2019 and 2022, received the 2021 Influential Women in Business award from BIV and listed in the Top 100 for Women’s Executive Network WXN 2021 Canada's Most Powerful Wome…
 
Today’s guest believes that it’s very important to understand your worth and embrace your full potential, even when/if others don’t see it. Motivated by a desire to open doors of opportunity for others, Octavia Goredema became a career coach and went on to author the PREP, PUSH, PIVOT: Essential Career Strategies for Underrepresented Women. Origina…
 
There is a lot of buzz around ChatGPT and GPT 3.5, but is it really the next Tesla, or is it the next IBM Watson? We talk with HyperDraft's Tony Thai and Ashley Carlisle about OpenAI's popular tool and why, lawyers at least, shouldn't be ready to go all in on this specific technology. While there are great examples of how GPT 3.5 impressively handl…
 
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