Wage Equality & Child Care
LISTEN TO THE FULL SHOW – #142
How close are we really to breaking the glass ceiling for gender equality in the corporate America? Peggy Klaus reports. Then, find out why you should ditch the mom-guilt and hire a pro to help you care for your child with Florence Romano.
Segment 1: Checking the Diversity Box
Segment 2: Turn the Titanic Around
Segment 3: Making a Ripple Effect
Segment 4: New Nanny On Board
Segment 5: Testing the Limits
Segment 6: Child Nanny Bonding
Checking the Diversity Box | SEGMENT 1 | #142
With a presidential election on the horizon, many groups are pointing a spotlight at gender equality in the workplace. Fortune 500 coach and author of “The Hard Truth About Soft Skills”, Peggy Klaus (@PegKlaus) reminds us, a balanced workforce includes men and speaks candidly on surface-level, diversity inclusion solutions.
Turn the Titanic Around | SEGMENT 2 | #142
Revised hiring procedures, unconscious bias training, professional development, and more: creating a thriving and diverse corporate culture isn’t easy. It takes resources and commitment. Executive Coach and Leader of Corporate Training Programs, Peggy Klaus (@PegKlaus), explains how momentum to close the wage gap is building.
Making a Ripple Effect | SEGMENT 3 | #142
A-list celebs like Bradley Cooper have taken a stand on equal pay in in Hollywood, but is it enough to fight the double standard? We discuss the beneficial trickle down effect of high-profile activists with author of “Brag!: The Art of Tooting Your Own Horn without Blowing It”, Peggy Klaus (@PegKlaus).
New Nanny On Board | SEGMENT 4 | #142
Many children in the U.S. are being looked after by caretakers or nannies, and the job description goes way beyond an occasional shuttle to and from school. We tackle the difficult task of on-boarding a new caretaker with author of “Nanny and Me”, Florence Romano (@FlorenceAnnChi).
Testing the Limits | SEGMENT 5 | #142
You’ve empowered your nanny to uphold the household rules and values, but your child is still rebelling. What do you do? “Nanny and Me” author, Florence Romano (@FlorenceAnnChi), says not to worry, testing limits is normal. Find out how you can troubleshoot this tricky situation.
Child Nanny Bonding | SEGMENT 6 | #142
Florence Romano (@FlorenceAnnChi) advises, ditch the mom-guilt–a great caretaker can give you a different perspective on parenting and help your child learn new things. Bettina shares a personal anecdote about the process of teaching her daughter how to tie her shoes with the help of an outstanding nanny.