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Work Like A Woman
Join Mary ‘Queen of shops’ on her mission to place kindness at the heart of business. This is the future. It’s how we want to work. And it’s profitable. She’s joined by some great women (and men) who have proved it can be done.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 412 ratings
Podcast Queen Mary
Already a fan, admittedly but I can’t get enough of Mary. She’s brilliant! Living her true, authentic life and sharing her passions with us all in the most eloquent and articulate way. Bring on series 2 🤞🏻
Glasscsm via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/06/19
I could listen to Mary all day
Great podcast, love Mary’s take on life and work. I could listen to her all day.. looking forward to more
Jax 1962 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/03/19
Fantastic podcast
Love Mary Portas. Her ethos, humour, attitude and pzazz. Brilliant podcast 👍
oxtedbird via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/30/19
Recent Episodes
Telegraph writer Bryony Gordon had hidden her true self from others, and herself, for many years - until finally, one day, she wrote a column about her experiences of alcoholism, OCD and anxiety. Mary & Emily speak to Bryony about how her colleagues, bosses, friends and family reacted to her...
Published 07/09/19
What kind of a podcast would we be if there wasn't a little treat every now and then? In this episode, Mary Portas and Emily Bryce-Perkins introduce two extracts from the book, Work Like A Woman, which inspired this podcast. This audiobook extract is published by Penguin. For more information,...
Published 07/01/19
The chief executive of Greggs, Roger Whiteside OBE, joins Mary and Emily to discuss how he's grown the baker, but not at the expense of his workforce. Over his career he's seen the worst excesses of alpha management culture... yet kept true to himself. How did he do it, and what can we all learn?
Published 06/24/19
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