I read Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant’s book Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy a few weeks ago. It’s a must read for every human on this planet. Some of you know that I’m a huge fan of Adam Grant. His book Give and Take: Why Helping Others Drives Our Success is a... Read more The post Book: Option B appeared first on Feld Thoughts.
SLATE STAR CODEX: Contra Grant On Exaggerated Differences. An article by Adam Grant called Differences Between Men And Women Are Vastly Exaggerated is going viral, thanks in part to a share by Facebook exec Sheryl Sandberg. It’s a response to an email by a Google employee saying that he thought Google’s low female representation wasn’t […]
Sheryl Sandberg, Natalie Portman, and Howard Schultz all suffer from that feeling of not being good enough. Here’s how to get over it. The advice “fake it ’til you make it” is meant to motivate you to push past your fears, but what if...Show More Summary
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has brought extended bereavement leave to SurveyMonkey, two years after the death of her husband, Dave Goldberg, who was CEO of that company when he died unexpectedly 2015. The survey company — where Sandberg...Show More Summary
As Indiewire reports, Great News creator Tracey Wigfield spoke at the Television Critics Association yesterday, and detailed Tina Fey’s upcoming 7-episode guest starring arc on the series. (Fey’s presence on the show — beyond serving as an executive producer — was first announced in May.) Fey, Wigfield describes, will be playing Diana St. Tropez, a […]
Here are three women (NOT named Meg Whitman or Sheryl Sandberg) who would do great as the next CEO of Uber, says VC Tracy Chadwell.
Cue the “Breaking news” chyron: Great News, NBC’s cable-news comedy created by Tracey Wigfield and executive produced by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, will have some extra Fey in season two. The 30 Rock star is set to appear in seven episodes of the series, NBC bosses told reporters this morning. Show More Summary
Stripping the technology could push people to other messaging services that offer law enforcement even less information, the Facebook executive suggested.
Sheryl Sandberg defended Facebook's use of encryption in its popular messaging service WhatsApp, telling a BBC radio show that what limited data remains accessible can be useful to law enforcement as its seeks to thwart terrorist activity. Show More Summary
And that's a big problem when confronting the gender pay gap.
Keeping the memory of a loved one alive.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's day is always jam-packed with meetings. But, as anyone who's attended a pointless, drawn-out meeting can tell you, running a truly productive meeting is often easier said than done. So how does Sandberg...Show More Summary
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg was interviewed by Belfast entrepreneur Nuala Murphy at a recent event in the British Library about her Lean In journey and latest book, Option B. “It wasn’t even on my radar that one day I would be interviewing Sheryl Sandberg,” said Nuala. “I always hoped we could ‘bring Sheryl to Belfast’, more...
Since joining Facebook in 2008, COO Sheryl Sandberg has widely been credited with helping the company soar. The former Googler also already written two books — "Lean In" and "Option B" — on her experiences balancing her high-poweredShow More Summary
Inspiration This post was inspired by section of the book Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience and Finding Joy, by: Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook Chief Operating Officer. In it, Sheryl talks about personal tragedy and how people react to a friend or acquaintance that has a major (or even minor) life occurrence. Everyone feels bad and no one knows how […]
It is less likely the winner will be a tech exec, many sources told Recode, but one with a more varied corporate background.
"Success! How I Did It" is Business Insider's podcast hosted by U.S. Editor-in-Chief, Alyson Shontell. Shontell interviews successful CEOs, entrepreneurs and business leaders about how they built successful companies, and the careerShow More Summary
After her husband died suddenly, Sheryl Sandberg grieved. Then she looked for solutions.
Her late husband’s family actually brought it up.