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“There’s a generation of Oxford-educated men who need to leave the industry before things will change”

For a one-off podcast special, NDA Editor Justin Pearse sat down with Amy Kean, who co-founded our Practice Makes Unperfect training course, designed to help women, and men, raise and finesse their public voice.

We discuss the ongoing battle to tackle the problem of a lack of true inclusion and diversity in our industry and how PMU is trying to help.

And why, when it comes to the industry’s well-meaning attempts to enact change, “Nothing is changing, it’s a mess. Nothing is changing and nothing is getting better.”

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