The "Lean In" author says she knows now that she has a lot in life to be thankful for
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg isn't the only executive at the social network making a point of openly discussing work-life balance. The social media giant's cofounder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a Facebook post on Friday that he plans to take two months of paternity leave upon the arrival of his and wife Priscilla Chan's baby daughter.
Attempting to work from my home office with a 3 week old. Sheryl Sandberg notwithstanding, more and more U.S. women are leaning back and out. America's ranking for female workforce participation has declined from seventh among the advanced nations to twentieth. Show More Summary
Can Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg lean in to a U.S. Navy submarine?
Back in 2008, Lori Goler, then a marketing executive at eBay, placed a call to Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and asked her a simple question: “What is your biggest problem and can I help solve it?” Sandberg's answer was "recruiting"—and it soon became Goler's challenge too after Sandberg quickly hired her. Seven years later, despite little […]
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Secretary of the U.S. Navy, Ray Mabus, has reportedly chosen Sheryl Sandberg to sponsor and christen the newest U.S. submarine, the USS Massachusetts, according to NBC. Mabus and Sandberg have a professional relationship that reportedly dates back several years. Show More Summary
The United States Navy has chosen Sheryl Sandberg to christen their newest submarine, the USS Massachusetts. The Facebook COO is a particularly interesting choice as a sponsor. By tradition, sponsors are always women, but are usually wives or daughters of senior military officers or politicians. Read more...
Facebook's chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, is known for advocating women's empowerment through her "Lean In" book and campaign.
We all know Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his top lieutenant Sheryl Sandberg. Close company followers might know big product leaders like David Marcus and Chris Cox. But most of Facebook's important executives fly under the radar....Show More Summary
Facebook's chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, is visiting the Air Force Academy as part of her campaign to promote women in leadership.
This week's Fortune Global Forum in San Francisco has brought together some of high-tech's most glittery stars -- Google's (excuse us, "Alphabet's") Larry Page, Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, even Theranos' beleaguered Elizabeth Holmes--to give their views on the future of their industries and their...
From Sheryl Sandberg to Marissa Mayer, women are not sacrificing themselves for their kids like they used to. Why? If you ask me, a confident and happy woman makes a better mother. And whatever it takes to get there should be done. But...Show More Summary
“We definitely have an inequality of opportunity in our country”
23-year-olds Alexa Buckley and Sarah Pierson were inspired to launch their shoe company Margaux when they heard Sheryl Sandberg speak during their Harvard commencement ceremony. "What would you do if you weren't afraid," Sandberg said. Buckley and Pierson looked at each other and decided to forgo their lucrative job offers in [...]
In partnership with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, the image agency has built a collection of women that overturns gender clichés
Mentoring has a simple problem of supply versus demand. Everyone wants Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg or Apple's Tim Cook as his or her mentor, yet these executives only have 24 hours in their day. For mentors, identifying the pretenders versus those that are worth their time and investment is probably the [...]
In Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, the Facebook executive acknowledged the structural sexism that women face in the workplace but sought to address the “barriers that exist within ourselves.” She argued...Show More Summary
By Amanda Watson, Hippo Reads Contributor In 2010, at the inaugural TEDWomen conference in Washington, D.C., Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg gave a 15-minute lecture responding to the question, "How are women and girls...Show More Summary
I'm with Sheryl Sandberg. She has been soundly criticized from the left for giving her "Lean In Award" to Paul Ryan, who wouldn't agree to become Speaker of the House unless he could spend weekends with his family in Wisconsin. Announcing...Show More Summary