24 episodes

The Future Women podcast is hosted by Jamila Rizvi. We’re on a mission to make you better at work. Each week you’ll meet inspiring guests, discover more about gender equity, hear real life stories of working women and learn clever, practical tips to help you get ahead. We’ll get you laughing and keep you thinking all at the same time.

Future Women with Jamila Rizvi Future Women

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    • 4.9 • 239 Ratings

The Future Women podcast is hosted by Jamila Rizvi. We’re on a mission to make you better at work. Each week you’ll meet inspiring guests, discover more about gender equity, hear real life stories of working women and learn clever, practical tips to help you get ahead. We’ll get you laughing and keep you thinking all at the same time.

    A new podcast for women who are told they're "too much".

    A new podcast for women who are told they're "too much".

    Ask any woman and she'll tell you about a time when she was too something. At work, women are suffocated by stereotypes about who we should be and how we should behave.
    In FW's new podcast, Too Much, join Helen McCabe as she speaks with high-achieving women who bucked trends, disrupted systems and refused to quit. Women who built careers by forging their own paths.
    Episodes drop weekly.
    Listen now on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts by searching 'Too Much by Future Women'  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 1 min
    Introducing There's No Place Like Home season two

    Introducing There's No Place Like Home season two

    When it comes to domestic and family violence, it’s easy to feel helpless. But did you know that more than half of family violence victim-survivors open up to family and friends for help first?*
    Whether you’re worried about your own relationship, or you’re a friend, family member or a colleague - knowing subtle signs and red flags can make a big difference.
    Episode 1 of There’s No Place Like Home season two is now live. Episodes drop weekly.
    Subscribe on Spotify, Apple or Google Play Visit the official website Keep up with @Futurewomen on Instagram and Twitter and stay in touch with hashtag #TNPLH More information on Commbank Next Chapter Join Future Women If you have experienced or at risk of domestic and family violence and/or sexual assault, you can call the national counselling service 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732). In an emergency, or if you are not feeling safe, always call the police on 000.  
    There’s No Place Like Home is a Future Women podcast in collaboration with our proud partner, Commonwealth Bank, who are committed to helping end financial abuse through CommBank Next Chapter. No matter who you bank with, if you’re worried about your finances because of domestic and family violence, you can contact CommBank’s Next Chapter Team on 1800 222 387 within Australia or visit commbank.com.au/nextchapter.
    *Source: ANROWS. (2022). Transforming responses to intimate partner and sexual violence: Listening to the voices of victims, perpetrators, and services.
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 3 min
    Introducing 'There's No Place Like Home' from Future Women

    Introducing 'There's No Place Like Home' from Future Women

    Putting survivors of violence at the centre of the story.

    • 3 min
    #9 Summer special: What to do when your super ain’t super

    #9 Summer special: What to do when your super ain’t super

    This summer, we're revisiting our first ever podcast: re-releasing each episode with an updated introduction from a member of the Future Women team. How much superannuation do you have? How much have you got in the bank for retirement? How much do you plan to put away in the future, be it over the next two, ten or thirty years? This stuff matters. It’s critical you take an interest in it before retiring. In fact, the earlier you get serious about your super, the better life you’ll live after 65.
    Host @jamilarizvi Loved this episode? Subscribe, rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google Play to help others find us Get in touch at hello@futurewomen.com Join the movement at futurewomen.com Want more Future Women podcasts? Women in leadership, books, money, business and more here See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 25 min
    #8 Summer special: How to get hired

    #8 Summer special: How to get hired

    This summer, we're revisiting our first ever podcast: re-releasing each episode with an updated introduction from a member of the Future Women team.
    Have you heard of The Great Resignation? Apparently, we're in it. Community Content Coordinator, Madison Howarth describes the current job market before  Jamila tackles how to prepare, what to apply for and what helps you stand out for the right reasons.
    Host @jamilarizvi Introduction by @_madihowarth Loved this episode? Subscribe, rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google Play to help others find us Get in touch at hello@futurewomen.com Join the movement at futurewomen.com Want more Future Women podcasts? Women in leadership, books, money, business and more here See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 23 min
    #7 Summer special: Baby hold on! We're going on leave.

    #7 Summer special: Baby hold on! We're going on leave.

    This summer, we're revisiting our first ever podcast: re-releasing each episode with an updated introduction from a member of the Future Women team. There is nothing quite like pregnancy and birth to bring on all the emotions. You might be elated, you might be concerned, you might be upset, you might be excited but regardless of what else comes, there is always – at least – a tinge of fear. Jamila dives into starting a family, how it impacts your work and how to manage those challenges.  Plus, Programs and Website Director Bojana Kos outlines how Future Women's exciting new Jobs Academy is helping women who are struggling to find work, balance work with caring responsibilities or want new work.
    Host @jamilarizvi Introduction by @bojanagram Find out more about Future Women's Jobs Academy Loved this episode? Subscribe, rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google Play to help others find us Get in touch at hello@futurewomen.com Join the movement at futurewomen.com Want more Future Women podcasts? Women in leadership, books, money, business and more here See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
239 Ratings

239 Ratings

Nikelwood ,

Love it - inspiring stuff

Really inspiring and great to listen too. Great takeaways for both women and men alike. With all the content out there I’m really picky about what I get into. But I find I just keep going from one episode to the next. Love this podcast!!!! Keep it up!!!

ruralhealthpro ,

Future Women

Keeping me on track in such a small amount of time. Continues to support and inspire me whilst I live in Rural Australia and unable to attend forums in capital cities.
Thank you much!!

Melodea_Moon ,

Amazing!

I’m loving this podcast, it’s so refreshing to have Australian feminism back on the agenda.

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