Claire Shipman won an Emmy and a Peabody as a host and reporter on Good Morning America, NBC Nightly News and CNN News. She was on the front lines of the fall of the Soviet Union and, teaming up with British journalist Katty Kay, has written five books, including two New York Times bestsellers.
In this episode of Chatter That Matters, Claire shares amazing stories from her extraordinary career before diving into her new book, The Power Code. More Joy, Less Ego, Maximum Impact for Women (and Everyone), written with Kay. Together, they conclude that power, as it stands today, is flawed. It’s not about breaking glass ceilings or climbing corporate ladders; it’s about remaking and modernizing the nature of power.
Claire offers a fresh prescription for societal change, which can lead to more women taking power in the private, not-for-profit and public sectors.
Marketing Hall of Legends and Canadian Marketing and PR Hall of Fame inductee Tony Chapman hosts Chatter That Matters. Each week, Tony shares a story of someone who overcomes circumstances to chase their dreams and change their world and ours for the better.
Positivity and possibility to counter the negativity and the growing sense of impossibility.
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