Introducing Season Four

Introducing Season Four

From the Women at Work podcast:

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Women at Work is back Oct. 14 with stories, conversations, and practical advice about being a woman in the workplace. Expect to hear from us every Monday for the next couple of months.

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NICOLE TORRES: Some mic checks. Check, check.

AMY BERNSTEIN: Here, here’s your M&M’s.

NICOLE TORRES: Where’d these come from?

AMANDA KERSEY: They were just there.

NICOLE TORRES: Oh, gosh. Someone’s lunch. Love it.



NICOLE TORRES: So, should we talk about what we’re doing this season?

AMY GALLO: Yes! We are covering a lot of really great topics this season.


AMY GALLO: Sponsorship. Conflict, which is my favorite topic, of course. Money and salaries.

WOMAN1: That conversation, the literal, like, I’m going to share my pay, is not a bad conversation or a good conversation. In context it can be both.

NICOLE TORRES: I’m excited to talk about why money is so hard to talk about, especially with coworkers.

AMY BERNSTEIN: Oh, it’s so fraught.

NICOLE TORRES: It’s so fraught.


AMY BERNSTEIN: Well, I’ve got a few I’m really excited about. I’m excited about female friendship; always an interesting topic. Totally excited about self-care.

NICOLE TORRES: I’m really excited about the self-care episode. We’re going to talk about how we can take better care of ourselves and also, like, who can take better care of themselves.


NICOLE TORRES: We also talked to a lot of listeners and women who’ve reached out to us to hear their stories about some of the issues that we’ll be talking about on the show.

AMY BERNSTEIN: We’re talking to a couple of women for our sponsorship episode about their relationship, their sponsor–protege relationship.

WOMAN2: So I knew that if I didn’t help her out, it would be much harder for her, but she came forward to ask the right questions.

AMY GALLO: Yeah, and I just talked to a woman last week who’s working part time as a consultant.

WOMAN3: One thing that’s tricky is, like, finding role models where you see yourself in 10 years or in 20 years, in 30 years. And I’ve had a hard time finding those people.

AMY BERNSTEIN: All of this gets started on Oct. 14, which is a Monday. That’s when we drop our first episode. We have 10 episodes in all.

AMY GALLO: Yay, we’re coming back!



via Harvard Business Review

October 7, 2019 at 01:43PM

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