Aradhana Lal
How a hotel chain is shaking up diversity by employing ‘Opportunity Deprived Indians’, including acid attack victims: “Progress is a question of ability, not disability.” — Lemon Tree Hotels’ Aradhana
Catherine Arnold
In this podcast episode Catherine Arnold discusses the drive for diversity and inclusion at Cambridge University and her role as the first female Master of St Edmund’s College.
Lucy Douglas
In this podcast episode we talk to the editor of Positive News magazine, Lucy Douglas on the power of perspective in the media, and the importance of engaging and empowering readers and giving them re
Sarah Urist Green
How you can be more creative in your everyday life: The everywoman Book Club gets real about art and creativity, with author Sarah Urist Green, author of You Are An Artist
Dr Meaghan Kall
“There’s no doubt we’re in a much better place than we were three months ago” – In the latest everywoman podcast, Public Health England Principal Epidemiologist, Dr Meaghan Kall discusses Covid, colla
Sarah Anderson
Sarah Anderson, CEO of The Listening Place, challenged orthodoxy around supporting those with suicidal ideation when she launched The Listening Place in 2016.
Deborah Gruenfeld
In her book Acting With Power, Stanford Graduate School’s Professor Deborah Gruenfeld sets out to convince us that we all have more power than we realise, and that by learning how to ‘act’ out our rol
Juliet Kinsman
In the latest everywoman podcast sustainable luxury travel expert Juliet Kinsman discusses what global travel might look like post-pandemic, and the positive impact that global travel can play in supp
Sally Kettle
Broadcaster, motivational speaker and everywoman trainer, Sally Kettle knows about the power of a goal to transform your life.
Clare Josa
Imposter syndrome is said to cost UK businesses billions. Make 2020 the year you leave it behind