Harvard Business Review recently launched a brand new podcast. The six-episode "Women at Work" podcast explores women's place in the workplace. Harvard Business Review Executive Editor Sarah Green Carmichael explains what's in store for this series. "We really sensed a moment with the #metoo moment, and have seen so much interest in the research we have been publishing," said Carmichael on why Harvard Business Review launched this series. "We want to try to make sure this moment is not just a moment." The premiere episode tackles communication in the workplace. "Women at Work" looks at why women's voices can be drowned at work, and how women can show up more assertively in meetings. New episodes drop every Wednesday at 5 p.m.

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