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She is available to speak on her written work and expertise as a practitioner and researcher exploring hot-button issues and how they affect women and men worldwide.

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Invisible Barriers Women Face at Work

Michelle King, author of The Fix: Overcome the Invisible Barriers That Are Holding Women Back at Work, joined Cheddar to discuss the barriers women are still facing at work.

Know the Barriers Women and Minorities Face at Work, Says Inclusion Expert

Michelle King, director of inclusion at Netflix Inc. and author of The Fix: Overcome the Invisible Barriers That Are Holding Women Back at Work, discusses how companies can improve gender equality in workplaces. She speaks with Emily Chang and Paul Allen on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)

How do we "fix" the workplace to work for women?

Watch the recorded live stream of Michelle’s interview on LinkedIn’s “Working Together” with host, Caroline Fairchild.

Bloomberg Future – Netflix Director of Inclusion Says Women Should Realize How Incredible They Are

Michelle King sits down on Future to discuss what led to her career in helping women and how people can have the most impact on gender equality. (Source: Bloomberg)

ABC 7 News - WJLA – "The Fix" author on overcoming invisible barriers for women in the workplace

While the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have lit a fire under many unfair, unjust and inappropriate behaviors in the workplace, a new book is magnifying 17 invisible barriers still holding women back, and what needs to done to improve matters. It’s called “The Fix;” author and Netflix’s director of inclusion, Michelle P. King, discussed her findings.

C-Span –After Words with Michelle King

Netflix director of inclusion and former United Nations official Michelle King examined what she calls the invisible barriers to women succeeding in the workplace. She was interviewed by author and former USA Today Editor-in-Chief Joanne Lipman. (Source: C-Span

Latest articles

Know the Barriers Women and Minorities Face at Work, Says Inclusion Expert

The Economist

Women still face barriers in the workplace

Business insider

Office politics work only for men. To fix things, let's all start 'spending our privilege' in smarter ways

The Times

Michelle King: Lean in? No, Sheryl Sandberg is sexist


We can’t fix inequality if we don't see it

NOBL Academy

Equality & Resilience: Making the Workplace Work for Everyone

CNN Business

Women are better leaders. The pandemic proves it

WGVU Public Media

Director of Inclusion for Netflix Michelle King releases the book The Fix

Working Mother

The Pandemic is the Perfect Time for Men to Embrace 'Breadsharing' Instead of Breadwinning

Fast Company

The truth behind the 'performance tax' women pay at work

Mail Online

Not getting ahead at work? It's not YOU - It's men! claims the Netflix executive

Thrive Global

Managers Can Overcome Invisible Barriers With This Simple Trick

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WGVU-FM’s “Morning Show”

Michelle’s interview with host Shelley Irwin. (April 20, 2020)

St. Louis on the Air

Michelle’s interview with host, Sarah Fenske. (April 10, 2020)

Wharton Business Daily

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