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Hosted by criminal defense lawyer Elizabeth Kelley, AuthorChats features in-depth discussions with writers about their recent works. In this episode, she talks with Dr. Arin N. Reeves, lawyer, sociologist, and president of Nextions, about her ground-breaking book published by the American Bar Association, "One Size Never Fits All: Business Development Strategies Tailored for Women (And Most Men). Catherine Lamboley, General Counsel, Shell Oil Company (retired) and Leader-in-Residence, Center for Women in Law, University of Texas, writes: "Can women be successful rainmakers? Dr. Arin Reeves says "yes" and clearly explains how through her research, the science of gender differences pertinent to business development, concrete strategies, and her pair of basketball shoes. This is the book for firms that want to develop more business. This is the book for women who are frustrated and tired of wearing someone else's shoes as they try to develop business. And this is the book for men who want to understand why the women who read this book and implement the strategies are climbing to the top of the compensation and leadership positions (i.e., money and power)." http://www.elizabethkelleylaw.com.
This episode is one of our most popular, in-demand episodes and we thought you might enjoy the refresher. Arin and Jess sit down to discuss sports metaphors, implicit biases and the ways in which our successes and failures build upon themselves.
In light of Philadelphia Eagle wide receiver, Riley Cooper's recent racial slurs, we thought it was a good time to rebroadcast our episode on the complex implications of racial slurs, the subsequent apologies and why they’re way more important than we might realize.
Arin and Jess discuss what our word choices reflect, suggest and change about our perception of such important topics as rape, sexual harrassment, gender and racial discrimination. Join us as we dig into the power of words, the burden of proof and the nuts and bolts of exactly how unconscious biases work.
Marianne Cooper is the lead researcher on Sheryl Sandberg's new book, "Lean In" and a core team member at the Clayman Institute's Voice and Influence program. She has been researching gender issues for over 20 years and today she is joining Provocative Conversation to share her insights on the stall in women's progress, the role of likeability in the promotion of women and why you should buy "Lean In" for your sons. This is a conversation you do not want to miss!
There have been plenty of debates surrounding the impact of media on young women, but today, Arin and Jess sit down with three 4th grade girls to discuss their perspective on the recent Disney makeover of Pixar heroine Merida, from the 2012 film Brave. You won't want to miss this very special episode of Provocative Conversations.
Arin sits down with Patti Phillips, the executive director of NACWAA, the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators, to discuss women, leadership, language and sports at the college level. It's been forty years since Title 9 was first passed but women make up only 16.9% of Athletic Directors at the college level. This conversation is important and timely: with Julie Hermann recently named to the open AD position in the Rutgers athletic program. Arin and Patti tackle everything, from the administrative level in major university programs all the way down to the player's experience in school athletics. This is a conversation you definitely do not want to miss.
In the second episode of our Unconscious Bias in Medicine Series, Arin sits down with Sheryl McCalla, the Director of the American College of Rheumatology’s Lupus Initiative. The two discuss the effect of unconscious bias and physical appearance on medical diagnoses. For more information about Sheryl's work head to www.thelupusinitiative.org
In the first episode of our ongoing Unconscious Bias in Medicine series, Arin sits down with Dr. Adi Nadimpalli to discuss his work with Doctors without Borders and his experience with unconscious bias as a medical practitioner.
Last week the president of the American Bar Association, Laurel Bellows, gave a public interview in which she labelled work-life balance, a fraud. The response to the public interview was instantaneous and heated. Andrea Carlise, Melinda LeMoine and Shayna Steinfeld sit down with Arin to discuss their reactions, concerns and personal experiences as mother, lawyers and experienced balancers.
Ms. Bellows fuller interview can be found here.
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