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Here we'll be bringing you a series of podcasts on topics ranging from diversity and equality through to leadership, and you’ll have exclusive access to discussions on popular and new theories.

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Image: Joanna Williams.

Is 21st century feminism fit for purpose?

Joanna Williams (author of ) asks whether contemporary feminism has lost its way, inspiring fear rather than self-belief in a generation of women who have freedoms and opportunities their grandmothers could only have dreamed of.”

Image: Ian McAleese.

Is diversity an aim of the HR departments?

In this podcast, Ian McAleese – International HR Director at – tells us about whether diversity initiatives are the responsibility of HR departments and role that HR need to play in setting a diversity agenda that fits the ethos of the company.


Image: Ofer Sharone.

LinkedIn or LinkedOut?

It was predicted the internet would bring radical change to recruitment, but just how far-reaching has that change been? shares his research into the sometimes surprising effects of these new labour market intermediaries.

Image: Nancy Roberts.

Why leaders succeed

In this podcast, Nancy Roberts – Founder and Director of – tells us about The Great Man Theory, its limitations and what it means for future or aspiring leaders.


Image: Maureen Drysdale and Tracey Bowen.

How do we produce work-ready, world-ready graduates?

Mental health is one of the most pressing issues on campus and in the labour force. discuss how carefully-implemented work-integrated learning (WIL) programmes can support students during the critical school-to-work transition and set them up for the world beyond university.

Image: Peter Kivisto.

The US media and the election of
Donald J. Trump

Peter Kivisto, author of , discusses the role the media played in the election of Donald Trump, and what the rise of infotainment and post-truth, and the loss of the “vital center” means for American democracy.