Here were the podcasts you listened to the most this year.
1 - Faith, resilience and my board journey with Miriam Silva AM
In this podcast, recorded in August 2022, Miriam talks to Claire Braund about how a diminutive hijab wearing Muslim woman conquered corporate Australia, her rescue mission on the board of the Malek Fahd Islamic School and setting up the Young Directors program. A cancer survivor, Miriam also discusses the role her faith and resilience have played in her board and career journey. Listen
2 - Ready for lift off: How Amanda Mark nailed her elevator pitch
In this interview recorded in July 2022, long-time WOB member Amanda tells Claire Braund how she made a lasting impression in the New York office, and - never one to let an opportunity slip - caught the attention of the CEO after literally bumping into him in a lift early one Monday morning. Listen
3 - Turning diversity into a superpower with Anita Kuma
From using university as a marriage-avoidance strategy to rising from a volunteer to CEO, Anita Kumar knows how to make the best of a difficult situation. Anita faced discrimination ‘from all directions’ when she arrived in Australia from India, but turned her diversity into a superpower. This interview was recorded in May 2022. Listen
4 - From journalist to director and founding Women’s Agenda with Marina Go
Marina Go is a journalist come full-time Non Executive Director (NED). She has led a formidable career with gender equality as her key motivator. She was the founder of Women's Agenda and has smashed stereotypes and barriers throughout her career. Marina is the author of Break Through, an empowering and candid book and today sits on multiple boards. In this interview, recorded in November 2020, Claire Braund talks to Marina about putting women on the radar of mainstream media. Listen
5 - Corruption, whistleblowing and disclosure in the boardroom with Dr Kath Hall
Dr Kath Hall is an internationally recognised expert on transnational corporate corruption and foreign bribery regulation. Dr Hall has advised the ISO on the introduction of a global standard on best practice whistleblower policies and processes and was lead researcher on a global project investigating positive organisational responses to whistleblowing. In this podcast, recorded in July 2022, Dr Hall talks to Claire about the need for transparency and full disclosure in the boardroom - from appointing board members to disclosing potential conflicts of interest - and the implications of whistleblower policies for small to large organisations. Listen
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