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[Ep #79] The Gender Pay Gap and what MUST be done to tackle this issue

The Gender Pay Gap and what MUST be done to tackle this issue

My guest today says that: The gender pay gap is not a simple issue that can be solved by any government, organisation or gender. It affects everyone: women, men and children. We all need greater Gender Intelligence to solve it, and other gender inequality issues.

Joining me on today’s show is Carrie Gallant.

A dynamic speaker, leadership coach and pay equity advocate, Carrie’s experience as an executive, former practicing lawyer and adjunct law professor informs her work in helping clients master the art and science of negotiation, conflict resolution and Conversational Intelligence®.

Carrie’s Art of Negotiation for Women approach is featured in author Tara Mohr’s global online leadership program “Playing Big”, as well as Cosmo Magazine, goop.com, The Globe and Mail, The Financial Post, and CBC Radio.

Carrie has been a speaker at several women’s conferences, the American and Canadian Bar Associations, US medical conferences and podcasts. As chief legal counsel to the Ontario Pay Equity Commission, she was Invited by The White House to speak at a Department of Labour conference on women’s equality.

On today’s show Carrie will share:

  • The gender pay gap is not a simple issue that can be solved by any government, organisation or gender; we need greater Gender Intelligence to solve it and other gender inequality issues.
  • The risks of being a Tall Poppy are greater when there are fewer tall poppies around you;
  • Practice the Platinum rule, which is: treat other as THEY would like to be treated.

LISTEN NOW:

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Mastering negotiation is a spiritual path. – Carrie Gallant

About Carrie Gallant

A dynamic speaker, leadership coach and pay equity advocate, Carrie’s experience as an executive, former practicing lawyer and adjunct law professor informs her work in helping clients master the art and science of negotiation, conflict resolution and Conversational Intelligence®.

Carrie’s Art of Negotiation for Women approach is featured in author Tara Mohr’s global online leadership program “Playing Big”, as well as Cosmo Magazine, goop.com, The Globe and Mail, The Financial Post, and CBC Radio.

Carrie has been a speaker at several women’s conferences, the American and Canadian Bar Associations, US medical conferences and podcasts. As chief legal counsel to the Ontario Pay Equity Commission, she was Invited by The White House to speak at a Department of Labour conference on women’s equality.

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2018-03-28T11:41:35+00:00

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