Gemma Greaves, Chief Executive of The Marketing Society + Nishma Robb, Google Marketing Director
In this episode, we hear two high profile champions of diversity talk about the need for a new approach to workplace leadership. The free-flowing conversation takes in subjects not often aired, including psychological safety in the office, neurodiversity issues (such as imposter syndrome, dyslexia and being bi-polar) and what it’s like as a mother to be offered a top job while you have “milk in your hair”.
About the guests:
Gemma Greaves is Chief Executive of The Marketing Society and a networker supreme. For the past 10 years she has been growing and nurturing The Marketing Society, so that it is now a leading global network of senior marketers. Today there are thriving Marketing Society hubs in London, Scotland, Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai, India and New York. She believes in being brave and the power of connections and she has served as the first female president of the Solus Club, the dining club for senior members of the media and advertising industry.
Nishma Robb is a Google marketing director with more than 20 years of experience including digital marketing, strategy, business development and general management. She is passionate about inspiring girls and women about the magic of technology and is a former chair of Women@google. Her accolades include being named Businesswoman of the Year in the Asian Women of Achievement Awards. She has the unique experience of working at a media owner, on client side and for an agency. Prior to Google, Robb was a senior executive at iProspect (part of Denstu Aegis).