Season 2: Episode 4
Ross presents some evidence on gender differences in organisations. Amongst other findings he covers 'Think Manager Think Male' and the glass cliff (where women can be put in precarious leadership positions). Drawing upon a Harvard Business Review he agrees that the route to leadership for women and other minorities is more labyrinthine than a ceiling. He finishes with a paper that suggests it's time to introduce positive discrimination to accelerate gender equality. The take away is a clarion call - to flag micro-behaviours - both good and bad.
Show notes at www.rossmcintosh.co.uk
Season 3 Episode 30
P-Soupers – this week – it’s part one of my chat with clinical psychologist and fabulous human, Dr Ray Owen.
We cover loads in our …
Season 3 Episode 29
It’s part 2 of my conversation with Dr Shane McLoughlin.
In this episode we really delve into Shane’s research on the impact of SMART Training – first of all – what is it? …
Season 3 Episode 28
It was great to welcome Shane to People Soup. Blimey what an interesting fella.
He's currently a lecturer at Liverpool John Moores …
Season 3 Episode 27
P-Soupers – this week we have an experimental episode – it started with a conversation with Louise Gardner – aka – my ACT Auntie and your ACT Auntie – where we were …
Season 3 Episode 26
Or...All about Organisational Flexibility.
I’m starting with a quote from Walt Whitman today –
“I am large, I contain …
Season 3 Episode 25
Today's episode is part 1 of my conversation with Dr Annie Gascoyne. Annie’s PhD research explored psychological flexibility AND …