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    Sheryl Sandberg by Jessica Wang Sheryl Sandberg by Jessica Wang Presentation Transcript

    • Fulfilling the Four Domains
    • Who is Sheryl Sandberg?
    • Three principles to achieving 4-way wins Act with authenticity in choosing and pursuing a career Make sure your partner is a real partner Seek ways to promote and connect others
    • Act with authenticity in choosing andpursuing a career On choosing a career:  “It is the ultimate luxury to combine passion and contribution. It’s also a very clear path to happiness” “Don’t leave before you leave”  Advice targeted to women thinking about work-life balance  But also applies generally to not selling yourself short in every domain
    • “Make sure your partner is a real partner” Creating environment where housework just as much as important as having a career Experiments in action: Sandberg’s pact with her husband, Dave Goldberg (CEO of SurveyMonkey) to spend dinners and weekends with children/family
    • Seek ways to promote and connect others Finds ways to promote those that work under her  Giving up seat next to Summers on airplanes/limos  Inviting junior staffers to sit at the table Monthly networking meetings with top women leaders in Silicon Valley  Puts Sandberg in the position of being a “connector”, allows her builds up soft power
    • Three principles to achieving 4-way wins Act with authenticity in choosing and pursuing a career Make sure your partner is a real partner Seek ways to promote and connect others