40 episodes

On the “New Rules of Business,” Chief Co-Founders Carolyn Childers and Lindsay Kaplan join the brightest minds in business and academia to unravel complex trends and challenge preconceived notions of what leadership should look like. Learn how to lead when the old rules just don’t apply.

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    • Business
    • 4.7 • 129 Ratings

On the “New Rules of Business,” Chief Co-Founders Carolyn Childers and Lindsay Kaplan join the brightest minds in business and academia to unravel complex trends and challenge preconceived notions of what leadership should look like. Learn how to lead when the old rules just don’t apply.

    Looking Back to Look Forward: Our Favorite Insights from Season 4

    Looking Back to Look Forward: Our Favorite Insights from Season 4

    Call us biased, but this season of the podcast truly lived up to its promise to challenge preconceived notions of leadership. To prove it, we’ve compiled our favorite insights gleaned from a few notable guests, including Moms First Founder Reshma Saujani and Olympian Allyson Felix. Learn how the childcare crisis will stifle business growth, how maternal health impacts the C-Suite, why gender parity is so elusive, and so much more.

    • 23 min
    Leaders Wildly Overestimate How Much Their Teams Trust Them. Here's How to Close the Gap

    Leaders Wildly Overestimate How Much Their Teams Trust Them. Here's How to Close the Gap

    Trust is an essential feature for any successful relationship, but it’s often missing at work. Company leaders overestimate how much their teams trust them by as much as 40%, and women grow especially wary of their employers as their career progresses, according to research from Deloitte. Here, Wenny Katzenstein and Jasmin Jacks, Deloitte executives, explain why this trust gap exists — and what companies can do to close it.

    • 25 min
    Will the Real Male Allies Please Stand Up?

    Will the Real Male Allies Please Stand Up?

    Men still dominate the ranks of corporate leadership, which means they have an integral role to play in making workplaces more equitable for everyone. But they often underestimate the bias women face and overestimate their own efforts to confront it. Lindsay talks to Dr. Bill Kapfer, Global Head of Supplier Diversity, Community Engagement at JPMorgan Chase, and a participant in the company's Men as Allies program, about the business benefits of allyship and how men can play an active role in achieving gender equity at work.

    • 23 min
    The Brilliance of Neurodivergent Leaders and Why They Can’t Be Ignored at Work

    The Brilliance of Neurodivergent Leaders and Why They Can’t Be Ignored at Work

    Neurodiversity advocate Margaux Joffe has something important in common with our Co-Founder Lindsay: Both women were diagnosed with ADHD as adults. It inspired Margaux to launch Kaleidoscope Society, an organization to support women with ADHD, and to help companies like Nike and Yahoo support their neurodivergent employees. Here, Lindsay and Margaux discuss the business benefits of embracing our brain differences and how they’ve grown as leaders since being diagnosed.

    • 28 min
    Why There’s Still ‘No Right Age’ for Women Leaders

    Why There’s Still ‘No Right Age’ for Women Leaders

    Too young. Too old. Too invested in their life at home. There’s never a “right” time to be a leader — for women. That’s the key finding from the latest study conducted by gender bias expert Dr. Amy Diehl. In this episode, Lindsay talks to Dr. Diehl about how bias around caregiving plays a big role in our perceptions of women leaders (even for women without children), and what we can do to dismantle it.

    • 29 min
    What’s Preventing Gender Parity in the C-Suite?

    What’s Preventing Gender Parity in the C-Suite?

    Despite decades of progress, women make up only 10.4% of Fortune 500 CEOs. Why? In this episode, Carolyn talks to IBM’s Salima Lin about the troubling explanations revealed in the company’s Women In Leadership study, conducted in partnership with Chief. From looming pipeline problems to lingering bias against women leaders, the conversation is an enlightening look at must-solves for executives who care about equitable workplaces.

    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
129 Ratings

129 Ratings

Dan1777999877 ,

So insightful!

The New Rules of Business has quickly become a favorite in my feed! I'm consistently impressed by the engaging conversations, insightful content, and actionable ideas. I truly learn something every time I listen!

Kristen MK ,

Excellent@

Very interested

JimmyFBabbbbby ,

Only as Good as the Guest

The show has real potential however the episodes vary greatly. Also, if they ditched the girl power under tone they could relate to much more than half the professional field . They changed the word HUMANity to Womanity… just wow.

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