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Former Prime Minister of Australia, Julia Gillard presents a podcast in her role as Chair of the Global Institute for Women's Leadership. In each episode Julia leads a thoughtful but fun discussion with well-known female (and some male) leaders from the worlds of business, entertainment, media, sport and many more. By celebrating their stories and learning the lessons from their lives, the podcast gives us insight into what needs to be done so more women get to lead. Earnings from the podcas ...
 
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In this episode, Julia welcomes her first male guest to the podcast – Professor Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, organisational psychologist and author of Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders? (And How to Fix It). They discuss how Tomas’ Argentinian, military-based background inspired his passion for understanding how individuals and organisations…
 
South African-born Australian businesswoman Gail Kelly was the first female CEO of one of Australia’s Big Four banks, the highest paid woman in an Australian corporation, and in 2010 Forbes named her the 8th most powerful woman in the world – one place above Beyoncé! On this episode Gail talks about her childhood and growing up in the politically c…
 
As an Honorary Visiting Professor of the University of Adelaide, Julia normally gives an annual public lecture to the University community. This was not possible in 2020, so Julia instead hosted this special episode of A Podcast of One's Own with three distinguished University of Adelaide alumna - former Australian Immigration Minister Amanda Vanst…
 
*Disclaimer* - This episode includes a discussion of eating disorders, and listener discretion is advised. If this episode raises issues for you, and you would like further support, visit the Butterfly Foundation website (butterfly.org.au) or call their helpline 1800 33 4673 Clementine Ford thinks women are only going to affect real change in gende…
 
Julia talks to Lady Edwina Grosvenor, philanthropist and criminal justice campaigner. With a lifelong dedication to fairness in criminal justice systems, she is a staunch advocate for better understanding trauma in the prison system, and raising awareness of how compassion and respect can prevent women from reoffending. They discuss the experience …
 
Julia speaks to Emmy nominated actor Sarah Snook on all things show-business. They discuss how Sarah has navigated her acting career, all the way from Adelaide to an Emmy nomination for her role in HBO’s Succession. They explore the #metoo movement, how Sarah battled imposter syndrome, and the best advice career advice Sarah has ever received. Sara…
 
Julia talks to Anne-Marie Imafidon, who was one of the youngest people to ever graduate with a Master’s degree from Oxford. She’s now a computer scientist with a passion to inspire the next generation of young women in STEM. They discuss growing up in a family of high achievers, what it’s like working in the made dominated area of STEM, and how we …
 
With only days to go before the US Election, Julia speaks to Clare Malone, a Senior Political Reporter with data driven news site, FiveThirtyEight on what we can expect to see when ballots are counted. Clare explains the current state of play – what is the data telling us about who will win the presidency, what might happen on election day and in t…
 
Julia speaks to Jennifer Palmieri who was Communications Director on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential campaign and has been on the frontline of US politics for the last 20 years. They discuss the upcoming US election and whether or not we can trust what the polls are telling us this time around. Jennifer speaks about the way gender is influencin…
 
Julia speaks to Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, lawyer, activist, and all-round force to be reckoned with. They discuss how Shola managed to complete so many degrees while raising her children, why your first role model should be yourself, and reconciling faith with feminism. Shola also talks about how injustice spurs on her campaigning, and the importanc…
 
In an episode recorded in the studio back in March, Julia talks to journalist and writer Helen Lewis about her book, Difficult Women: A History of Feminism in 11 Fights, which uncovers the more unpalatable, imperfect sides of the pioneers who achieved some of the greatest gains for women throughout history. She explains that we need to see these wo…
 
Julia talks to Georgie Harman, CEO of Beyond Blue, Australia’s leading mental health support organisation, about the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on mental wellbeing. Georgie, who’s currently living through the lockdown in Melbourne with her dog Lola, talks about what’s getting her through the days (and the “Zoom Doom”), how she supports her te…
 
Julia talks to historian Professor Clare Wright about the forgotten women from Australian history. They discuss how the women who won the vote in Australia influenced the rest of the world, the importance of increasing visibility of women’s leadership in a country where there are more statues of animals than women, and why telling women’s stories f…
 
Julia talks to former political advisor and comedian Ayesha Hazarika. They discuss the similarities between comedy and politics these days (“there’s barely a cigarette paper between them”), fighting to push equality policies up the agenda in male dominated environments, and why politics and policy will never change until women are better represente…
 
In a special episode marking 2020 as the Year of the Nurse, Julia talks to Anne Marie Rafferty, President of the UK’s Royal College of Nursing and Professor of Nursing Policy at King’s College London. They discuss the incredible sacrifices nurses have made during Covid-19, why the heavily female-dominated profession is so undervalued, and how the p…
 
Julia talks to British writer Reni Eddo-Lodge. Author of the award-winning book ‘Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race', Reni discusses the importance of intersectionality, how we move beyond a ‘white feminism’ which prioritises certain women’s voices above others, and why she’s calling for liberation rather than equality. If you enj…
 
Julia talks to Regina Benjamin, the 18th Surgeon General of the United States, who was appointed under President Obama. Regina shares her concerns over Covid-19’s disproportionate impact on ethnic minority populations, how she rebuilt her solo rural medical practice following its destruction by Hurricane Katrina, so she could continue treating a co…
 
Julia talks to Katharine Viner, the the first female editor-in-chief at The Guardian and one of few women to have edited a national UK newspaper. In a recording made before the Covid pandemic hit, they discuss whether journalists have diversified beyond the “posh men in suits” who dominated when Kath first entered the profession, how the newsroom i…
 
Julia talks to two-time Academy Award winning actor Cate Blanchett about telling women’s stories through film, the importance of diversity in creating compelling and surprising art, and her decision to play staunch anti-feminist Phyllis Schlafly in new TV series, Mrs. America, which tells the real-life story of the fight to pass the US Equal Rights…
 
Julia talks to Dr Hannah Fry, perhaps the UK’s best-known mathematician. They discuss Hannah’s 2018 BBC documentary Contagion, which predicted the coronavirus crisis with uncanny accuracy, and the lack of female representation among the scientists advising the UK government during the pandemic. Hannah also talks about the importance of getting more…
 
Julia talks to Sally McManus, the first woman to serve as Secretary of the Australian Council of Trade Unions in its 90-year history. Sally discusses trying to gain acceptance in a male-dominated environment, leading the fight against unequal pay for women and learning to be herself, whether others like it or not. If you enjoyed this episode or any…
 
Julia talks to Professor Dame Sally Davies, the first and only woman to serve as Chief Medical Officer for England. They discuss the UK government’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis, how she provided advice on healthcare crises, and why she wouldn’t stand for it when she was labelled with the gendered term the “nation’s nanny”. This episode was reco…
 
Julia talks to Emma Watkins, aka Emma Wiggle, the first and only woman to be part of Australia’s hit children’s entertainment group the Wiggles. She talks about dealing with backlash when she became the first female Wiggle, how she connected with mothers all over the world when she developed the painful condition endometriosis, and how she encourag…
 
Julia talks to Cambridge Classics Professor and TV historian Mary Beard, who discusses the first recorded examples of misogyny in Ancient Greek mythology, fighting back when told she was “too ugly” for TV and why we need more women professors. If you enjoyed this episode or any others, please rate and review us on your preferred podcast provider. I…
 
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