Sheryl Sandberg says managers need to talk more openly about pregnancy. I want to believe her. I really do. Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg is successful, outspoken, smart as a whip, and works like heck. And she really, really cares about women and leadership. Show More Summary
At a conference last week, Facebook COO and Lean In author Sheryl Sandberg told employers that they should talk to their female employees about pregnancy. According to Lisa Belkin at the Huffington Post, she even offered a kind of script for managers:
Leadership and Board of Salesforce.com At Dreamforce, Sheryl Sandberg was flogging her oddball high-tech, low-substance feminism, which led Marc Benioff to blurt ‘I want to have more women leaders at Salesforce. I want to have more balance between the men and women leaders on my team’. Some diversity is called for, obviously. Show More Summary
Around the world, it's clear that a key component of leadership -- at every level -- is the ability to tell your story. Think Sheryl Sandberg, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Malala Yousafzai. Their stories of triumph and hardship are core to their leadership. Show More Summary
Some teens are visiting Facebook less frequently. COO Sheryl Sandberg says this isn't a big problem -- but it's clearly one Facebook can't stop talking about.
It was reported recently that Facebook use amongst teens was starting to decline. Quite a lot was written about this as people speculated that perhaps the world’s biggest social network was no longer “cool” enough for most teens to use. Show More Summary
Here's a startling statistic: women currently hold a mere 4.2 percent of Fortune 500 CEO positions and only 4.5 percent of Fortune 1000 CEO positions, according to research from Catalyst. Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg is on a missionShow More Summary
Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg said claims that the social media company is falling out of favor with teenagers have been greatly exaggerated. Knopf Doubleday Sheryl Sandberg Despite reports that teens are dumpingFacebook for other...Show More Summary
Facebook was reported to have a teens problem after publishing its Q3 2013 results, and according to COO Sheryl Sandberg, there isn’t a
During Facebook's third quarter earnings report CFO David Ebersman made a landmark admission: younger teens are using Facebook less. Since the big news dropped, there's been a lot of speculation and chatter: Teens are ditching FB because it has been overtaken by their parents. Show More Summary
Salesforce's annual Dreamforce conference—"the biggest cloud computing event of the year"—already mocked Wal-Mart workers protesting Marissa Mayer's board seat and broke a local hospitality union's boycott by hosting it at the Moscone Center. So why not add regressive gender norms to the list? Read more...
Facebook's COO talks to AllThingsD about its teen use, the health of its mobile ad business and the possibility of a major Snapchat acquisition.
The prevailing wisdom goes like this: mentors matter. Perhaps more than any other force in your career, mentors/champions/sponsors accelerate you. Sheryl Sandberg had Larry Summers, Susan Rice had Barack Obama, Kevin Spacey had Jack Lemmon (fun fact!). Show More Summary
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg took the stage Wednesday night to discuss the influence she's had on gender inequality by writing her book "Lean In." She was talking with Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff at the Dreamforce conference in San Francisco. Show More Summary
It's crucial for women to have mentors, especially if they want to get ahead in the workplace. In her keynote speech at Dreamforce 2013, Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook, says that a barrier women often face is not being able to be alone in a room with a man. Show More Summary
Sheryl Sandberg didn't need to write an updated version of Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism about leaning in to the end of weekends. Tech workers have already internalized that message that there should be no distinction between work and life. Rather, spiritual fulfillment lies in "peak productivity." Read more...
I just finished reading Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In, and the “Are You My Mentor?” chapter really stood out. It highlighted an issue I've grappled with for years: how awkward and ineffective a formal mentorship can be. There's already plenty of advice for young people on how to be good mentees. Show More Summary
J-Law posted this photo of a mutually promotional visit to Facebook HQ: "Thanks to Sheryl Sandberg and the Facebook team for hosting everyone for a fan Q&A to end the day.#GlobalFanDay#CatchingFire" Read more...
I was surfing through Facebook Tuesday night when I came across a post from Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg. She shared a clip from the show "Scandal" where Lisa Kudrow's character, Congresswoman Josephine Marcus, smacks down a reporter, big time. Show More Summary
Jennifer Lawrence took over Silicon Valley Wednesday to promote her "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" sequel, hitting theaters Nov. 22. The Oscar-winning 23-year-old actress leaned into Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg, posting this to herShow More Summary