Read the content Beth shares through her newsletters, articles and general blog posts that cover a range of topics about the ever-changing nature of work and leadership, today’s business challenges, consumer trends and maintaining balance in our lives.

4 Lessons on Entrepreneurship from Jeff Raider of Warby Parker, Harry’s


Recently, I had the opportunity to spend some time with Jeff Raider, a co-founder of Warby Parker, which started as...

The Continuous Pursuit of Lifelong Learning


Summer is about to end and we’re entering that time of year where darkness comes faster and the weather grows...

A Successful Family and a Successful Career


I’ve been blogging about the book, Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg, chapter by chapter. This week, I have chosen to...

To Be or Not To Be…A Mentor


Sheryl Sandberg dedicates a chapter to mentoring in Lean In and in typical Sandberg fashion, she provides a unique perspective. ...

The Corporate Jungle Gym


A favorite chapter of mine in Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In is titled: “It’s a Jungle Gym, Not a Ladder”.  While Pattie Sellers,...

The Likability Factor


Sheryl Sandberg speaks to the correlation of a woman’s success and her likability. Men can be successful and liked but...

Authenticity at Work


Chapter Seven in Lean In addresses authenticity in the workplace.  Sandberg believes honest conversations are critical for effective communications and she tells...

A Seat at the Table


Sheryl Sandberg’s third chapter in Lean In addresses an important and relevant topic for women looking to advance their career...

The Ambition Gap


In the first chapter of Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg states that women have a “Leadership Ambition Gap.” We don’t see...

Thoughts on “Lean In” by Sheryl Sandberg


I recently finished reading Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In. The book has received both praise and criticism and it motivated...