The POZCAST: Career & Life Journeys with Adam Posner

The POZcast & Vin Social present: Claude Silver & Laura Maness - Empowering Women in the Workplace

Episode Summary

Thrilled to be joined by my incredible co-host and world-class Somm, Sara Moll, as we taste (gulp) a special bottle of Pinot Noir with two leading ladies from the world of Advertising: Claude Silver: Chief Heart Officer @ VaynerMedia and Laura Maness: CEO @ Havas NY. On this previously live episode of #thePOZcast, along with my co-host Sara, we explore the history of women in advertising with Claude and Laura. We dig deep into the good, the bad and the ugly and what the way forward looks like.. There have been some incredible accomplishments in the last 20 years to move the equality needle in the right direction on so many fronts. Join us as Claude and Laura talk about so many intriguing aspects and thought starters to help your organization. Please comment and share to spread the positive energy! Thanks The full video is available at: If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review/rating:  The POZCast is brought to you by our friends at Interseller - the prospecting + outreach platform of recruiters and sellers. Whether you’re doubling down on business development or recruiting talent, Interseller does all the heavy lifting of finding contact data, automating the email and follow-up process, and syncs all that rich data into 20+ CRMs and ATSs. Reach out and get going in a 2-week *free* trial today and let them know you heard about them from Adam on the POZCast.  Check out a free demo today!

Episode Notes

2:10 - Laura's Introduction
3:33 - Sarah's Introduction
6:40 - Looking Backward
7:00 - The Good, The bad and The Ugly (Claude)
8:32 - Laura's View on Looking backward in Women Empowerment
12:13 - Women (Work Life Balance) in regards to Covid
22:28 - Generosity in Workplace
23:25 - Women helping other Women
25:35 - How to improve Gender Diversity?
30:56  - Biased in Recruiting Pipeline
34:01 - Advice to Professional Women
36:59 - Personal and Professional Silver Linings
43:44 - Closing Words
46:19 - Sarah's Final Thoughts