After her husband died suddenly, Sheryl Sandberg grieved. Then she looked for solutions.
Her late husband’s family actually brought it up.
You can't "remind" someone of their pain, she points out.
“I woke up and thought, this is so bad,” the Facebook executive told HuffPost.
"We know we have more to do," says Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg on tackling online extremism.
Reading about grief and actually experiencing it are two very different things, as Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has learned over the last few years. After the sudden death of her beloved husband, Dave Goldberg, in 2015, Sandberg understandably struggled with her immense grief. Show More Summary
Uber is looking for a new CEO, but the company's board may have to get used to disappointment: Sources tell the AP that Sheryl Sandberg, rumored to have been among the leading choices to replace Travis Kalanick, has made it clear that she isn't planning on leaving her role as...
A person close to Sheryl Sandberg tells The Associated Press that the Facebook chief operating officer has no plans to leave the company. The person requested anonymity because Sandberg's decision is considered a personnel matter.
Uber will approach Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg to replace Travis Kalanick as the company's CEO, partially because a female would be good for optics, according to the New York Post. Also Read: Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Forced to Resign Also Read: 5 Things to Know From Eric Holder's Explosive Uber Report Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
In conversation with Airbnb CMO Jonathan Mildenhall and Wieden+Kennedy CCO Colleen DeCourcy, Sandberg discussed the importance of fostering and measuring the influence of your brand’s community. Facebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl...Show More Summary
CANNES, France--Five years ago Facebook didn't have a mobile advertising business. Boy, have things changed since then. Wieden + Kennedy's CCO Colleen DeCourcy interviewed Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Airbnb's CMO Jonathan Mildenhall during a keynote today where Sandberg talked about Facebook's shift from desktop to mobile and how creatives can make compelling mobile ads....
When Sheryl Sandberg’s husband died in 2015, it was a tragic turn of events for a woman who operated at the highest levels of business and society. The Facebook chief operating officer and author of the mega-bestseller Lean In was an exemplar of success, the head of a global movement...
After her husband Dave Goldberg died unexpectedly in 2015, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg was suddenly a single mom with one of the biggest jobs in tech. Sandberg sought the insight of grief counselors, who told her that she should return...Show More Summary
The Facebook COO chats about her USA TODAY bestseller 'Option B.'
A discussion with Sheryl Sandberg about her book "Option B" and how our culture deals with grief.
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Sheryl Sandberg is many things — the COO of Facebook, a mother, a best-selling author, a widow. An advocate for personal branding, she is not. In an interview with renowned Wharton psychology professor and best-selling author Adam Grant, Sandberg discussed why the personal branding craze is overblown. Show More Summary
When Sheryl Sandberg met Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at a Christmas party in December 2007, the two instantly found each other fascinating and struck up a friendship. But before Zuckerberg finally hired Sandberg away from Google toShow More Summary
Hiring Sheryl Sandberg was one of the smartest business decisions Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg ever made. Sandberg joined in March 2008 at a time when Facebook was ready to scale and needed the acumen she developed in her role as the...Show More Summary
Barbra Streisand's net worth again lands her on our list of America's Richest Self-Made Women, which appears in the June 13th, 2017 issue of FORBES. She ranks No. 44, behind moguls such as Oprah Winfrey and Sheryl Sandberg.