You've mentioned those really special moments in interviews. What is it that you're looking for? How do you train your journalists to tease out those moments?
"For Human I did more than 600 interviews, and with Woman I think I'm approaching 1,000. I can't say there's a technique. You bring your own personality and the way you see the world. I have journalists who have two children, who are 45 with a lot of experience, and journalists who are 27, who started two years ago and who I trained myself.
"I say to all of them: when you start an interview, you have to tell yourself that the woman in front of you is a blank page. You don't know what will be written on that page. The whole interview is trying to get inside that person. Not in her mind, not just to the facts of her life. But really trying to get a deeper understanding of who she is.
"There aren't 10 incredible moments in our life that have shaped us. Generally there are one or two. They can be linked to motherhood, to work, a difficulty that you went through, love, anything. You have to find what that moment was for that particular person. All of the questions are just to help get you there. Once you feel something, then you focus on that. Because that's the story.”