Public Speaking: Podcasts

Dr. Jane Shure

Dr. Beth Weinstock


NPR’s Radio Times

NPR’s Radio Times

When our heroes fail us

Most of us have heroes whether we’d like to admit it or not. Those we admire and look up to have flaws and tendencies that can cause us to lose our respect for them. Hear Dr. Jane Shure as a guest on NPR’s Radio Times.
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Why the size of your clothing says little about your size

Apparel company such as J Crew are now making sizes smaller than a 0. Critics have much to say about how size influences shoppers & how manufacturers make sizing decisions. Hear Dr. Jane Shure as a guest on NPR’s Radio Times discussing the negative influence of vanity sizing.
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NPR’s Voices in the Family

Mindfulness at work: How do you come across?

Dr. Daniel Ames from Columbia Business School did a study recently that asserted that most people don’t know how they come across at work, whether it’s too pushy or too passive. Hear Dr. Jane Shure as a guest on NPR’s Voices in the Family discussing the issue of mindfulness as it applies to effectiveness in the workplace.
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Relationship with Our Bodies as We Age

Michelle Obama’s focus on healthy eating and a push toward a more fit nation raises issues of body image among kids & young adults. While some eating disorders begin in childhood, others begin in middle age. Hear Dr. Jane Shure as a guest on NPR’s Voices in the Family discussing how 67% of women over 30 are dissatisfied with their bodies & the surge in eating disorders among women over 40
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Eating Disorders

One in 20 women between the ages of 18 and 30 are affected by an eating disorder, all varying in severity and symptoms. Hear Dr. Jane Shure as a guest discussing the latest in eating disorder research and treatment.
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Sexualization of Girls

Clothing for little girls these days seems more appropriate for teenagers. Their dolls look like sexy grown-ups, and this message continues in music videos and movies. Hear Dr. Jane Shure discuss how our culture sexualizes girls at young ages, with a devastating impact on their mental health.
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NPR’s Voices in the Family

Women and Leadership

There’s been a lot of discussion about the new book Lean In by Facebook COO Sherly Sandberg. It’s part memoir and part self-help book with posits about women and leadership.

Dr. Dan Gottlieb and his guests advance the conversation about how women lead, what propels women or holds them back, and what leadership is. Dan’s joined by Bonnie St. John, Donna De Carolis, Beth Weinstock, and Autumn Bayles.

Bonnie St. John is the co-author of How Great Women Lead: A Mother-Daughter Adventure into the Lives of Women Shaping The World, which she wrote with her daughter Darcy Deane. In the Clinton Administration, she served as a Director for the National Economic Council. She is the first African-American to win a medal in The Paralympic Games as a ski racer and is CEO of Courageous Spirit, Inc.

Donna De Carolis, Ph.D. is the founding Dean of the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship at Drexel University.
Beth Weinstock is a Leadership Coach and Clinical Psychologist. She is part of the Resilience Group in Narberth.
Autumn Bayles is head of The Forum of Executive Women. She is VP of Global Operational Excellence at Aramark.
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The Inner Critic

Each of us knows that negative inner voice – the one that tells us we can’t do something new, we can’t get that promotion at work-that we’re just not good enough. So who is this inner critic, how did it get there, and how do we confront it? The answer lies in self-compassion. On this Voices in the Family, we’ll talk to self-compassion expert Dr. Kristin Neff, as well as resilience coach Dr. Beth Weinstock about to to put these inner demand in their place
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WWDB Talk 860 Women to Watch

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Women to Watch

Dr. Beth Weinstock is a guest on Women To Watch talking about being a psychologist and the importance of developing an inner coach stronger than one’s inner critic. WWDB Talk 860!
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