IGNITION: Future of Digital, Business Insider’s annual conference in NYC, has become one of the premier tech and media conferences in the world, with luminaries such as Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Sheryl Sandberg, Jeffrey Immelt, MauriceShow More Summary
Her co-author? A 34-year-old Wharton professor who’s a frequent collaborator
Three years ago, Sheryl Sandberg released the publishing juggernaut "Lean In," the best-selling book that followed her viral 2010 TED Talk about women in leadership. And so, it will come as little surprise to many that the topic of the Facebook chief operating officer's next book follows another powerful speech. Show More Summary
Some of the topics that the two collaborators will touch on includes talking about difficult subjects, offering comfort to those in pain, and raising strong children.
UNEXPECTEDLY: Sheryl likes her! Now Facebook’s COO Sandberg endorses the ‘leader we need’ Hillary Clinton—just months after the site was involved in ‘liberal bias’ controversy.
Ms. Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook, and a collaborator will focus on hardship and resilience.
Joining a wave of business leaders mainly from the Silicon Valley tech sector but also from atypical corners including the auto industry and telecommunications, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg posted a direct and fervent endorsement of Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on her Facebook page last night. Show More Summary
Status update from Facebook HQ: Sheryl Sandberg is penning a new book. The chief operating officer of Facebook and author of Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead is close to finishing a second book, Recode reported Friday. Titled...Show More Summary
Facebook has its eyes set on small businesses. In the call after its blockbuster Q2 earnings report, COO Sheryl Sandberg announced that there are now more than 60 million monthly active business Pages on Facebook. But right now, only...Show More Summary
After Sheryl Sandberg tragically lost her husband, she realized that she might not have been right about everything in Lean In. For instance, she acknowledges that the book assumes a supportive spouse, and now that she doesn’t have one, she can see that that makes a difference. However, she is also now saying that crying in […]
Should emotions have an on/off switch?
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg, whose husband died last year, is mourning publicly, prompting company executives to be more open about personal matters. His death has led her to rethink parts of her “Lean In” philosophy.
How does Sheryl Sandberg stay motivated? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Sheryl Sandberg, COO at Facebook and founder of LeanIn.Org, on Quora. I stay motivated by working on things I really care about. Show More Summary
After the Peter Thiel-Gawker showdown, the Facebook COO could shed more light on the real-time compromises and complications of holding power.
A call by author Sheryl Sandberg of the book Lean In, has been answered by a number of notable female celebrities including Emma Watson, Kerry Washington and Lena Dunham. Such celebrities are among the voices joining the #LeanInTogether initiative ignited by Sandberg that call for women to support each other in the workplace and beyond... Show More Summary
The super-powerful duo discusses inspiring and practical tips for women to kick ass in the workplace—individually and as a group.
Sheryl Sandberg knows a thing or two about leadership. After all, Facebook's chief operating officer also served as a Google VP and wrote Lean In, an advice book for women who aspire to take positions of power. But Sandberg also knows...Show More Summary
Dozens of entrepreneurs and executives were listed as supporters of the Democratic candidate.
Forget the old adage, “Behind every great man there is a great woman.” (Whoever came up with that, anyway?) Instead, Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook and of Lean In fame, wants us to remember that, “Behind every successful woman is another successful woman.” Those are the opening words displayed on-screen ... More »
The Facebook executive is hitting the Hill