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The Fix with Michelle King

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Latest Episodes

Heidi Zak: To Each, Her Own

Heidi Zak, CEO and co-founder of bra and underwear company ThirdLove, shares her journey in building a truly inclusive brand that meets the needs of real women. In this episode, we will also talk about Heidi’s powerful open letter to Victoria’s Secret and why she was compelled to address the company’s body shaming comments that discriminated against minority groups Sign up for our newsletter: michellepking.com/thefix This show is produced byHueman Group Media

16 min2019 JAN 28
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Heidi Zak: To Each, Her Own

Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené: Slay in Your Lane

Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené are the co-authors of the book Slay In Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible. Elizabeth was a new a graduate when she started reading business books aimed at getting ahead. She read books like 'Lean In' by Sheryl Sandberg and ultimately discovered that there was a gap in the market. She thought that the available books weren’t written for young black women who are navigating their careers. On this episode, the best friend duo will talk about the career challenges they faced as young black women and how each of us can take steps to empower and support women of color in our own work environments.

17 min2019 JAN 21
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Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené: Slay in Your Lane

Yassmin Abdel-Magied: Smashing Stereotypes

Yassmin Abdel-Magied is a Sudanese-Australian author, engineer and social justice advocate. Throughout her life, she has had to overcome stereotypes. Yassmin graduated with first class honours in engineering, and started a career working on oil rigs, often as the only woman and Muslim. On this episode, Yassmin shares her story and experience with overcoming prejudice, and how businesses need to get comfortable with confronting these issues at work. Take the Harvard University Implicit Bias Test:implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html

12 min2019 JAN 14
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Yassmin Abdel-Magied: Smashing Stereotypes

Presenting The Fix // Jameela Jamil: You Weigh More Than You Think

In 2018, British actress and activist Jameela Jamil made headlines when she called out the media for perpetuating images of “perfection”. She says that society continues to value women based on their body size, instead of their talents and accomplishments. As a teenager, Jameela struggled with a prolonged eating disorder that severely impacted her health. Today, Jameela is speaking out for women, especially teenage girls, who might be blinded by images of perfection shared on social media and magazines. www.michellepking.com/podcast

13 min2019 JAN 7
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Presenting The Fix // Jameela Jamil: You Weigh More Than You Think

2018 Recap: Our Top Podcast Episodes

To close out 2018, we're sharing our most-listened-to episodes featuring amazing guests we've had on the show! You'll hear career advice from champions of equality and women empowerment such as Amy Cuddy, Justin Baldoni and Dr. Cindy Pace. We're sharing practical tips and lessons you can take with you in the workplace in 2019!

23 min2018 DEC 17
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2018 Recap: Our Top Podcast Episodes

Mary Hamilton: Culture of Equality

We've probably all heard the term glass ceiling, which is used to describe the invisible barriers that prevent women from advancing to senior leadership roles. The general view is that women face this barrier later on in their career. But what if this isn't the case? Managing Director at Accenture Labs Mary Hamilton joins us on the podcast today for a deeper dive into their report, "Getting To Equal 2018: Spotlight on Young Leaders". Mary will share with us the factors that drive inequality among millennial women. She’ll also reveal key actions that leaders and organizations can take to remove these barriers. Sign up to The Fix, our weekly newsletter for an exclusive dose of insights, events and stories from women (and men) passionate about creating a gender equal world all:michellepking.com/thefix This show is made possible by:Hueman Group Media

20 min2018 DEC 10
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Mary Hamilton: Culture of Equality

Cheryl Eisen: Building a Fempire

Have you ever wondered what a workplace designed for women and run by women would look like? What about an all women run and owned business that generates one million dollars in annual revenue? They do exist – and on this podcast, we’ll be unpacking what this workplace looks like with Founder and CEO of Interior Marketing Group, Cheryl Eisen. In this episode, Cheryl talks about how she built a culture that supports and empowers women and why this is critical to the organization's success. Sign up to The Fix, our weekly newsletter for an exclusive dose of insights, events and stories from women (and men) passionate about creating a gender equal world all:michellepking.com/thefix This show is made possible by:Hueman Group Media

16 min2018 DEC 3
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Cheryl Eisen: Building a Fempire

Sophie Goldschmidt: Equality in Sports

Pay inequality exists across all industries — including sports. The World Surf League recently announced that it will award equal prize money to male and female athletes beginning 2019. On today’s podcast, we have the pleasure of speaking with Sophie Goldschmidt, the League’s first female CEO. It will become the first and only US based global sports league, and among the first internationally, to achieve prize money equality. Sophie will share why the League wants to be at the forefront of pushing for equality in sports… and what this means for female athletes across the world. Sign up to The Fix, our weekly newsletter for an exclusive dose of insights, events and stories from women (and men) passionate about creating a gender equal world all:michellepking.com/thefix This show is made possible by:Hueman Group Media

20 min2018 NOV 26
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Sophie Goldschmidt: Equality in Sports

Dr. Cindy Pace: How To Get Ahead

Research has consistently shown that diverse leadership can yield higher financial returns. Yet companies still fall short in promoting women, particularly women of color, to senior roles. To unpack this issue, global talent and diversity expert Dr. Cindy Pace joins us on the podcast. She recently published an article on Harvard Business Review entitled “How Women of Color Get to Senior Management”. In this episode, we’ll upack the key challenges women of color face and what solutions work to combat this. Sign up to The Fix, our weekly newsletter for an exclusive dose of insights, events and stories from women (and men) passionate about creating a gender equal world all:michellepking.com/thefix This show is made possible by:Hueman Group Media

20 min2018 NOV 20
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Dr. Cindy Pace: How To Get Ahead

Cynthia Germanotta and Maya Enista Smith: Be kind. Be brave.

To celebrate World Kindness Day, we are highlighting the profound initiatives of extraordinary women from the Born This Way Foundation. Cynthia Germanotta launched the Foundation together with her daughter, advocate and international superstar Lady Gaga. The organization is aimed at empowering young people to create a kinder and braver world. On the podcast we’ve talked about online harassment, self-care and what we can all do to better support women at work. In exploring these topics, it’s important to emphasize the power of kindness and why it matters. How we treat ourselves and the people we interact with day to day have a ripple effect in our workplaces and at home. On this episode, Cynthia will be joined by the Foundation’s Executive Director, Maya Enista Smith. Both women will inspire and challenge us to make a difference, and more importantly, be kinder to one another. Sign up to The Fix, our weekly newsletter for an exclusive dose of insights, events and stories from wome...

21 min2018 NOV 12
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Cynthia Germanotta and Maya Enista Smith: Be kind. Be brave.

Latest Episodes

Heidi Zak: To Each, Her Own

Heidi Zak, CEO and co-founder of bra and underwear company ThirdLove, shares her journey in building a truly inclusive brand that meets the needs of real women. In this episode, we will also talk about Heidi’s powerful open letter to Victoria’s Secret and why she was compelled to address the company’s body shaming comments that discriminated against minority groups Sign up for our newsletter: michellepking.com/thefix This show is produced byHueman Group Media

16 min2019 JAN 28
Comments
Heidi Zak: To Each, Her Own

Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené: Slay in Your Lane

Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené are the co-authors of the book Slay In Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible. Elizabeth was a new a graduate when she started reading business books aimed at getting ahead. She read books like 'Lean In' by Sheryl Sandberg and ultimately discovered that there was a gap in the market. She thought that the available books weren’t written for young black women who are navigating their careers. On this episode, the best friend duo will talk about the career challenges they faced as young black women and how each of us can take steps to empower and support women of color in our own work environments.

17 min2019 JAN 21
Comments
Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené: Slay in Your Lane

Yassmin Abdel-Magied: Smashing Stereotypes

Yassmin Abdel-Magied is a Sudanese-Australian author, engineer and social justice advocate. Throughout her life, she has had to overcome stereotypes. Yassmin graduated with first class honours in engineering, and started a career working on oil rigs, often as the only woman and Muslim. On this episode, Yassmin shares her story and experience with overcoming prejudice, and how businesses need to get comfortable with confronting these issues at work. Take the Harvard University Implicit Bias Test:implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html

12 min2019 JAN 14
Comments
Yassmin Abdel-Magied: Smashing Stereotypes

Presenting The Fix // Jameela Jamil: You Weigh More Than You Think

In 2018, British actress and activist Jameela Jamil made headlines when she called out the media for perpetuating images of “perfection”. She says that society continues to value women based on their body size, instead of their talents and accomplishments. As a teenager, Jameela struggled with a prolonged eating disorder that severely impacted her health. Today, Jameela is speaking out for women, especially teenage girls, who might be blinded by images of perfection shared on social media and magazines. www.michellepking.com/podcast

13 min2019 JAN 7
Comments
Presenting The Fix // Jameela Jamil: You Weigh More Than You Think

2018 Recap: Our Top Podcast Episodes

To close out 2018, we're sharing our most-listened-to episodes featuring amazing guests we've had on the show! You'll hear career advice from champions of equality and women empowerment such as Amy Cuddy, Justin Baldoni and Dr. Cindy Pace. We're sharing practical tips and lessons you can take with you in the workplace in 2019!

23 min2018 DEC 17
Comments
2018 Recap: Our Top Podcast Episodes

Mary Hamilton: Culture of Equality

We've probably all heard the term glass ceiling, which is used to describe the invisible barriers that prevent women from advancing to senior leadership roles. The general view is that women face this barrier later on in their career. But what if this isn't the case? Managing Director at Accenture Labs Mary Hamilton joins us on the podcast today for a deeper dive into their report, "Getting To Equal 2018: Spotlight on Young Leaders". Mary will share with us the factors that drive inequality among millennial women. She’ll also reveal key actions that leaders and organizations can take to remove these barriers. Sign up to The Fix, our weekly newsletter for an exclusive dose of insights, events and stories from women (and men) passionate about creating a gender equal world all:michellepking.com/thefix This show is made possible by:Hueman Group Media

20 min2018 DEC 10
Comments
Mary Hamilton: Culture of Equality

Cheryl Eisen: Building a Fempire

Have you ever wondered what a workplace designed for women and run by women would look like? What about an all women run and owned business that generates one million dollars in annual revenue? They do exist – and on this podcast, we’ll be unpacking what this workplace looks like with Founder and CEO of Interior Marketing Group, Cheryl Eisen. In this episode, Cheryl talks about how she built a culture that supports and empowers women and why this is critical to the organization's success. Sign up to The Fix, our weekly newsletter for an exclusive dose of insights, events and stories from women (and men) passionate about creating a gender equal world all:michellepking.com/thefix This show is made possible by:Hueman Group Media

16 min2018 DEC 3
Comments
Cheryl Eisen: Building a Fempire

Sophie Goldschmidt: Equality in Sports

Pay inequality exists across all industries — including sports. The World Surf League recently announced that it will award equal prize money to male and female athletes beginning 2019. On today’s podcast, we have the pleasure of speaking with Sophie Goldschmidt, the League’s first female CEO. It will become the first and only US based global sports league, and among the first internationally, to achieve prize money equality. Sophie will share why the League wants to be at the forefront of pushing for equality in sports… and what this means for female athletes across the world. Sign up to The Fix, our weekly newsletter for an exclusive dose of insights, events and stories from women (and men) passionate about creating a gender equal world all:michellepking.com/thefix This show is made possible by:Hueman Group Media

20 min2018 NOV 26
Comments
Sophie Goldschmidt: Equality in Sports

Dr. Cindy Pace: How To Get Ahead

Research has consistently shown that diverse leadership can yield higher financial returns. Yet companies still fall short in promoting women, particularly women of color, to senior roles. To unpack this issue, global talent and diversity expert Dr. Cindy Pace joins us on the podcast. She recently published an article on Harvard Business Review entitled “How Women of Color Get to Senior Management”. In this episode, we’ll upack the key challenges women of color face and what solutions work to combat this. Sign up to The Fix, our weekly newsletter for an exclusive dose of insights, events and stories from women (and men) passionate about creating a gender equal world all:michellepking.com/thefix This show is made possible by:Hueman Group Media

20 min2018 NOV 20
Comments
Dr. Cindy Pace: How To Get Ahead

Cynthia Germanotta and Maya Enista Smith: Be kind. Be brave.

To celebrate World Kindness Day, we are highlighting the profound initiatives of extraordinary women from the Born This Way Foundation. Cynthia Germanotta launched the Foundation together with her daughter, advocate and international superstar Lady Gaga. The organization is aimed at empowering young people to create a kinder and braver world. On the podcast we’ve talked about online harassment, self-care and what we can all do to better support women at work. In exploring these topics, it’s important to emphasize the power of kindness and why it matters. How we treat ourselves and the people we interact with day to day have a ripple effect in our workplaces and at home. On this episode, Cynthia will be joined by the Foundation’s Executive Director, Maya Enista Smith. Both women will inspire and challenge us to make a difference, and more importantly, be kinder to one another. Sign up to The Fix, our weekly newsletter for an exclusive dose of insights, events and stories from wome...

21 min2018 NOV 12
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Cynthia Germanotta and Maya Enista Smith: Be kind. Be brave.
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