Advertising Week 2015 proved to be a star-studded week complete with A-list media players like Sheryl Sandberg and Tim Armstrong, as well as Hollywood celebs like Jessica Alba and Snoop Dogg who’ve ventured into the media world. TheShow More Summary
Try this. Next time you are in a conversation with a friend, go silent for 8 seconds. Count the time in your head... a good slow 8 seconds. Don't react to anything. Watch your friend's face... thank you, Sheryl Sandberg, for the experiment... Show More Summary
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
Facebook's chief operating officer shared a post about her late husband, Dave Goldberg, on what would have been his 48th birthday.
It will take me a while to study the recently published report by Lean In and McKinsey & Company, Women in the Workplace 2015. Sheryl Sandberg's piece announcing the report in the Wall Street Journal, "When Women Get Stuck, Corporate America Gets Stuck," takes little time to read. Show More Summary
A new study by McKinsey and LeanIn.org reveals that corporate diversity initiatives aren't doing much to change the ratio. Sheryl Sandberg is not happy. Facebook's COO and author of Lean In (and founder of the organization that goes by the same name) says corporate America is not on a path to gender equality. Show More Summary
Using the talents of our full population is critical, writes Lean In founder Sheryl Sandberg.
Sheryl Sandberg may be telling women to lean in. But according to new research from Sandberg's own organization and the consulting firm McKinsey, plenty of women—and men—don't really want to, at least when it comes to the very top executive jobs. Show More Summary
Bottom line: Mark Zuckerberg's meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping and new China-related remarks by Sheryl Sandberg show Facebook is closing in on a goal of launching its signature service in China, with a breakthrough possible as soon as next year. Despite being blocked in the world's largest Internet market, social [...]
Facebook's chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg made it clear to media buyers during an Advertising Week session in New York today that video is big business for the platform, and it's not afraid to go after big brands' TV budgets. Show More Summary
Sheryl Sandberg, official photo from The Walt Disney Company Board of Directors If one were to ask the average American who is likely to become the first female president of the United States, the response is likely to be Hillary Rodham Clinton. Show More Summary
Facebook has become a friendly face in the ad industry - but maintaining the high bar will be difficult. ||| San Francisco - Sheryl Sandberg’s top concern as she prepares for New York’s largest annual gathering of advertising and media executives this week has nothing to do with ad-blocking software or click fraud. Show More Summary
Women are having a moment. Ignited by Sheryl Sandberg's manifesto, Lean In, the issue of gender equality became part of the national discourse. And it has remained there thanks in large part to inspiring creative like Under Armour'sShow More Summary
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter, keen to expand the number of women and minorities in military leadership, on Monday will endorse "Lean In" discussion groups sparked by Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg's bestselling book, a senior defense official said. Show More Summary
Sheryl Sandberg, at 46, has achieved more than many women themselves think they can. A successful techie and working mom, Sandberg... The post 31 Quotes From Sheryl Sandberg About Women That Everyone Should Read appeared first on Lifehack.
Facebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg announced Thursday that the company has opened its first office in Thailand, as it looks to lay deeper roots in Asia. In June, it was revealed that Facebook earns as much as 51 percent of its ad revenue overseas, with growth in mobile-first Asia the fastest. At the time, the […]
Sheryl Sandberg's best selling book "Lean In" has become a huge international movement where women join what's known as Lean In circles as they pursue their leadership dreams. Apparently, joining such a circle can have a profound impact on a woman's life almost immediately, Sandberg told Inc Magazine's Jeff Bercovici. Show More Summary
In her insanely popular book, Lean In, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg relays the story of how Caroline O'Connor reconciled her love of work and love of parenting to design a balanced life. Former Storyteller-in-Chief and lecturer at the...Show More Summary
Right now, I am simultaneously reading Susan Patton’s Marry Smart and Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In, These two women are on opposite sides of the coin when it comes to the discussion of which comes first: career or love. Patton believes that women should spend 75% of their time in college and immediate post-graduate years attending to Keep Reading ?
Facebook's COO is arguably the most influential woman in business. Now, even after personal tragedy, she wants to spread that influence to small businesses--and get women into seats of power everywhere.