She’d just become partner at Accenture, and Vivienne Jupp assumed she’d be joined by lots more women in the partnership ranks. She wasn’t. The veteran board member and businesswoman began to notice two things: people talked differently about women than they did about men and men talked about going home to “babysit” their children. Vivienne decided to look under the hood and change things, practically, from the inside out. After all, this is a woman who travelled to Mexico City at the age of 15, to swim for Ireland in the Olympics. She’s just stepped down as chair of the board of CIE, but she remains on as chair of CIE Tours. With decades of high-level business experience she shares the secrets to her success with Margaret E Ward, which include getting the blood circulating in the body and working out your own definition of work-life balance.

Podcast Length: 25:41