Best Gendergap podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Expeditie Gender Gap
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Hoezo zijn mannen en vrouwen gelijk?Ja, van die vraag word je meteen even wakker hè! Nou mooi, want dat is precies de bedoeling van deze driedelige podcast. In Expeditie Gender Gap onderzoeken radiomakers Petra Grijzen en Marlise Hamaker de verschillen tussen mannen en vrouwen op de Nederlandse werkvloer. Ja, het is 2017, maar nee, vrouwen en mannen zijn nog steeds niet gelijk.
 
Explore one man and one woman’s experiences in the same field with host and comedian Alli Breen. Current events, personal experiences and overall societal views get discussed, challenged and debated for a playful, eye-opening look at gender differences. The discussion itself will illuminate commonalities and differences because no matter what field you are in, we all start out on uncommon ground.
 
A weekly seminar during the academic year focused on understanding and closing gender gaps in the areas of economic opportunity, political participation, health, and education.
 
Lead by womenwill is an initiative by Google that aims to erase gender gaps by helping create more opportunity for every woman to learn, succeed, and be heard.With this Podcast series, we invite guests to share their experience, tips and practical insights on leadership, personal growth and how to thrive.
 
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Join us as we speak with Sascha Mayer, CEO and co-founder of Mamava, who shares her story of how she got started as an entrepreneur and discusses how we can better support new mothers in the workplace. We also delve into the differences in culture around the world in the treatment of working mothers, and the importance of mentorship for women.M ...…
 
In this episode, we speak to Randy Taran, founder and CEO of Project Happiness and co-author of the Project Happiness Handbook, bringing the best of positive psychology, neuroscience and mindfulness to youth. The Project Happiness Handbook book has become the backbone for emotional learning curriculum for schools in every state in the US, and o ...…
 
Join us as we speak with Barbara Coll, CEO at WebMama.com Inc., who shares her story about pushing the envelope and jumping into the gap to become the success she is today. We discuss the courage it takes to make big decisions that others may consider "crazy", and how self-belief and a little spontaneity can help towards making yourself visible ...…
 
In this episode, we speak to Victoria Nessen, President and Founder of NK&A, about the importance of staying balanced and not losing you sense of self. Pulling from her vast experience in relationship marketing and her recent work with women in leadership, we discuss how women should focus on the relationship they have with themselves in order ...…
 
In this seminar, Sabrina Karim focuses on the role women have played in peacekeeping, arguing that increasing the number of women is important, but so are gender norms within peacekeeping missions. She demonstrates that in order to make peacekeeping missions more effective at protecting civilians in war torn countries, particular attention to g ...…
 
Millennials are often publically criticized for being apathetic about the American political process and their lack of interest in political careers. But what do millennials themselves have to say about the prospect of holding political office? Are they as uninterested in political issues and the future of the American political system as the m ...…
 
Do women and men view delegation differently? In this seminar, Modupe Akinola shares her research showing that women imbue delegation with more agentic traits, have more negative associations with delegating, and feel greater guilt about delegating than men. These associations result in women delegating less than men and, when they do delegate, ...…
 
Gender stereotypes persist in society. Many of these stereotypes are prescriptive, indicating how men and women should behave in social situations. However, an outstanding question is whether these normative gender beliefs apply equally to men and women of additional social categories. In this seminar, Sa-Kiera explores this question using an i ...…
 
Dr. Betsy Paluck and Dr. Ana Gantman present a behavioral perspective on campus sexual assault. Prominent models of sexual assault portray assault perpetrators as one of two extremes. In the clinical model, perpetrators are seen as unchangeable deviants. In the cultural model, perpetrators are a product of rape culture. The behavioral perspecti ...…
 
In this seminar, Clémentine Van Effenterre assesses whether a short in-class intervention by an external female role model can influence students' attitudes towards science and contribute to a significant change in their choice of field of study. The intervention consists of a one hour, one off visit to a high school classroom by a volunteer fe ...…
 
Megan MacKenzie's presentation explores the history of the combat exclusion and the recent integration of women into combat roles. It introduces the equal/different double bind as a framework for understanding the impossible expectations often put on women in male dominated fields. Women are expected to be equal and integrate fully into the wor ...…
 
In this episode, Joi Gordon tells us about her journey from leaving behind a successful career in law to work for a not-for-profit organization, putting her passion with her purpose and being a voice for women who cannot speak up for themselves. We also discuss the realities of the "mommy track", the importance of paying attention to how you sh ...…
 
As an executive creative director, Janet Barker-Evans is part of a minority in the industry. Despite the fact that men and women join the creative department in equal numbers, the latest statistics reveal that only 11% of creative directors are female. In this episode, Janet and Lyranda discuss the different factors preventing women from achiev ...…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Kim DeCarlis who speaks with us about her journey to Chief Marketing Officer, the expectations of women in leadership roles, the importance of STEM and her obligation to inspire and energize the next generation of girls in tech, and so much more!Kim is the Chief Marketing Officer at Gigamon where she is responsi ...…
 
Having children may reduce the probability that women are promoted in a variety of professions because early productivity falls despite the existence of short family leave programs. But the problem may be particularly acute at research intensive universities where research productivity before the tenure decision is especially important. In reps ...…
 
Join us as we speak with Colleen Bracken about the differences between how men and women perceive power, and how to seize and establish power early in your career. We also talk discuss imposter syndrome, how it can impact women as they rise in their careers, and how to encourage women who are looking ahead to the top to powerfully negotiate for ...…
 
In the past 50 years, marital rates have declined significantly, especially among lower socioeconomic groups. Meanwhile increase in the ease of divorce and improvements in contracting outside of marriage (e.g.,child support laws) have made marriage increasingly similar to cohabitation, except for in the treatment of assets upon divorce. Corinne ...…
 
Join us as we speak with Ellen Petry Leanse, who shares her illustrious journey in her career so far and how it has influenced her work today. We discuss how tech has changed the way we interact, how to champion more women in STEM and strike a gender balance, and the importance of removing ‘just’ from our vocabulary and the implications it puts ...…
 
Using lab and online experiments with more than 2000 participants this work documents that women are less prone than men to compete against others, but equally willing to challenge themselves to improve and compete with their own past performance. The authors further explore the roles of risk attitudes and confidence and suggest that these fact ...…
 
The challenges and barriers that women face in both entering into and performing effectively in leadership roles have been widely documented across many research domains. In this seminar Aparna Joshi takes a look at this issue from the perspective of both women and men in leadership roles. First, she unpacks conditions under which women leaders ...…
 
In this episode, we speak with Barbara Nelson about succeeding in the male dominated fields of tech and engineering and her advice on encouraging and inspiring young women to enter STEM.We also discuss the importance of influencers (both mentors and champions) to coach you, show you the ropes and empower you to seek out opportunities.Barbara Ne ...…
 
In this seminar, Jia Xue discusses the current state of domestic violence law in China. In particular, she focuses on how this social issue transfers into a policy agenda. Jia draws on findings from her current project, which examines the use of social media in the context of intimate partner violence in China. Additionally, she introduces anot ...…
 
Join us for the first installment of the Gender and Security Seminar Series. In this seminar, Andreas Kotsadam examines whether the exposure of men to women in a traditionally male-dominated environment can change gendered attitudes. The context is the military in Norway, where female recruits were randomly assigned to some squads but not other ...…
 
Join us as we sit down with Helen Pak, who walks us through her career path and the various choices she has made. In this episode, Helen talks about what it was like to switch between different careers and ways she was able to overcome challenges in each stage of her career.Helen Pak - Chief Creative Officer, Grey CanadaHelen’s career initially ...…
 
In this seminar, Ashley Martin discusses the consequences of being “aware of” or “blind to” intergroup differences on women’s workplace outcomes. In contrast to organizational best-practices for race relations, which argue that recognizing racial differences is more effective at reducing racial bias than is ignoring them, she shows that deempha ...…
 
More often than not, our career paths are not as straight-forward as it seems. In this episode, Jordan Doucette shares her professional journey in the agency world and how she was able to climb the ranks at Taxi, an ad agency in Toronto, and ultimately make it her ‘home’.Guest: Jordan Doucette, Chief Creative Officer, TAXIJordan has been in adv ...…
 
Join us as Kat Cole shares her story of the American and entrepreneurial dream. Moving up from a humble childhood, to Hooters waitress at 18, to restaurant executive by 26 and global chain president by 31, Kat is now considered a leader in change management, community engagement, brand building and leadership.She has since been featured on CBS’ ...…
 
In this episode, we discuss the hot button issue of work / life balance. What does this mean in an age where our phones are glued to us at all times, keeping us reachable at all hours by call, text or email? Are we balancing anything or are we just sitting at the dinner table, not really present, waiting for the next email?We’re joined by Wendy ...…
 
Sometimes we get locked down in our thinking, we only see what's in front of us and can't see other opportunities around us. It can be difficult to gain perspective, learn your limits and know what you are capable of achieving, especially when you’re surrounded by sharks. The business kind.In this episode, Theresa Moore shares how her journey h ...…
 
One of the most important things is learning how to keep your passion at the center of your career choices. In this episode, Sarah explains how to look at our career trajectory and encourages us to think about our careers as a portfolio of experiences.
 
Discover powerful hidden social "levers" and networks within your company. Then, use that knowledge to make slight "tweaks" that dramatically improve both business performance and employee fulfillment! Drawing on insights from his book, People Analytics, MIT Media Lab innovator Ben Waber shows how sensors and analytics can give you an unprecede ...…
 
Mia Mora played division 1 soccer, and the lessons she learned on the field have shaped her success at Google. Mia shares her insights on leadership and the emotional commitment needed to bring out the best in your team. Guest:Mia Mora, Global Lead - Sales Strategy, SMB at Google Mia is often referred to as a master generalist, and is also an a ...…
 
Self-doubt can inhibit your growth. In this episode, Brooks Bell shares her three secrets to moving beyond negative labels we ascribe ourselves and into the life you seek. She shares her personal triumph over an incredibly awkward childhood and the self-revelations that led her to being a leader in the emerging industry of conversion optimizati ...…
 
Life is a journey, enjoy the ride. How do we stay focused on our ultimate goals while enjoying the journey? Elise Mitchell shares how learning to ride a motorcycle taught her the journey mindset. Pulling lessons from her recent book on leadership, Elise provides us with practical tips and road-tested advice. Guest:Elise Mitchell, Founder of Mit ...…
 
Although there is still a gender division of labor in post-industrial countries, evidence seems to suggest that there is a growing number of fathers that want to be more involved with their children. Using a Time Use Survey, this seminar analyzes how paternal time devoted to children under 10 years old differs across educational level, income, ...…
 
This seminar explores why investigating health inequities in relation to multiple dimensions of social inequality is critical to promoting women's health. Drawing on her quantitative and qualitative research, Madina Agénor addresses how sexual orientation and race/ethnicity simultaneously affect cervical cancer screening among U.S. women and sh ...…
 
In de eerste aflevering van Expeditie Gender Gap onderzoeken Petra Grijzen en Marlise Hamaker de loonkloof tussen mannen en vrouwen. Hoe zit het nu echt? Het Gender Gap rapport van het World Economic Forum was vorig jaar de aanleiding voor Petra’s ministaking. Deze actie zorgde voor ontzettend veel reacties. In de podcast gaan we in gesprek met ...…
 
Iedere vrouw heeft er wel eens mee te maken: seksisme. Ook op de werkvloer. Petra en Marlise hebben ’t onderwerp jarenlang genegeerd, maar door de ministaking kwamen de verhalen los bij vrouwen in hun omgeving. En ze hebben zelf ook ’t een en ander meegemaakt. In deze aflevering vertelt D66-Europarlementariër Marietje Schaake over haar ervaring ...…
 
Sommige bedrijven blijken al actief bezig te zijn om de gender gap in eigen huis te dichten. Hoe doen ze dat? En wat krijgen ze voor elkaar? Petra en Marlise praten met onder andere Marjan van Loon (president-directeur van Shell), Bojana Snijders (onder andere bekend van MasterChef) en Keklik Yücel (voormalig Tweede Kamerlid voor de PvdA). Yüce ...…
 
Do gender quotas matter to policy outcomes, or are they just `window dressing'? In this seminar, Ana Catalano Weeks discusses her findings from one of the first studies of the relationship between quota laws and policy outcomes across countries. She argues that after a quota law, we should expect to see change on issues characterized by gender ...…
 
Organizations traditionally have had a clear distinction between their policies on diversity and inclusion and their talent management. The main driving force behind diversity and inclusion has been being seen to be a good employer, to be able to make claims in the annual report and to feel as though a positive contribution is being made to soc ...…
 
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Using data from the 1980-2010 time period, Francine Blau provides new empirical evidence on the extent of and trends in the gender wage gap, which declined considerably over this period. By 2010, conventional human capital variables taken together explained little of the gender wage gap, while gender differences in occupations and industries co ...…
 
I spoke to two producers: Jason Schneider, who’s worked for Fox Sports, Fox News, AOL and NPR, and Vicky Kuperman, who’s worked for AOL, Ogilvy, the History Channel, and Hearst. We discussed how the job description of a producer varies from show to show, therefore you must be adept at many things; how different and interesting the paths to prod ...…
 
Since anyone can record a podcast, you’d think it would be a democratized medium where people left out of traditional broadcasting could find a voice. So why is it still male-dominated? More women are starting to get behind the mic, but the change is slow, and along with the championing of women in this newer media space also comes the criticis ...…
 
How much can a viral video change your life? And once you find viral success, how do you capitalize off of it? Today I talked to two comedians who’ve had videos go viral: Lauren O’Brien ("Celebrities sitting in traffic”), and Vic Dibitetto ("Bread and Milk"), about their different experiences in this area. How fast and extreme were the effects? ...…
 
Throughout history female authors have used male pseudonyms to increase their chances of being published. Is this still something that helps to be taken more seriously? Are books written by women being considered and reviewed as equally as books written by men? Today I chatted with Victoria Skurnick, a literary agent from Levine/Greenberg/Rosta ...…
 
When you think of past game show hosts, not a lot of women come to mind. In a business where looks, personality and wit are required, it seems women should have just as many opportunities as men. But is that the case? Today I chatted with two talented hosts, Joanne Nosuchinsky and Andy Peeke, about their experience in the industry, how they got ...…
 
Women are inherently bad at math, right? Why does that stereotype persist when it is clearly incorrect? Women currently account for over 50 percent of CPA’s, though it is true that only about 20 percent become partners. Since it’s clearly not an issue of ability, what accounts for this disparity, and how can it change? I chatted with two partne ...…
 
Women may have the reputation for doing most of the talking in real life, but how does it play out in TV and film? Not great, it turns out. Women write and direct less behind the camera, as well as talking less in front of it. They also earn far less than their male counterparts. Why is this, and is it getting better…or worse? I chatted with tw ...…
 
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