Voice America Host Carol Sacino Betsy Myers is interview by AWE Factor host Carole Sacino about her book Take the Lead and describes seven principles that serve as a road map for any leader who aspires to bring out the
Women Online A central theme of the Bentley Center for Women and Business’ Inaugural Forum on April 27, 2012 was the inclusion of men in the creation and implementation of solutions that breakdown systemic barriers to women achieving economic, social and political
Global Business Hub Bentley University’s Center for Women and Business Inaugural forum took place on April 27, 2012. The Center is working on initiatives relating to advancing women in the workplace and moving from conversation to action. Energetic as always, Bentley
by Pooja Wagh I’ve attended many leadership talks, but Betsy Myers had an air of honesty and realism that resonated with me and with others in the audience, which consisted of students and professionals from the Boston area. She spoke
MSNBC Host Chuck Todd Betsy Myers, Founding Director of the Center for Women and Business at Bentley University, speaks with Chuck Todd about the issue of women’s advancement and flexibility in the workplace. (Video Runs: 6:12) Watch video. Tweet
Better TV Betsy Myers appears on Better TV, a nationally syndicated lifestyle TV show with host Audra Lowe. Betsy gives listeners tips on becoming a leader in all aspects of their lives both in the workplace and at home. Watch
Blog post from Linda Descano of Women & Co. In her fascinating new book, Take the Lead: Motivate, Inspire, and Bring Out the Best in Yourself and Everyone Around You, Betsy talks about the importance of clarity and shares how a
2011 has been an exciting year with the completion of my book and many opportunities to talk to people around the country about the lessons in leadership I’ve gotten throughout my career.
On Nov. 17, nine girls attended a Microsoft’s DigiGirlz Event to hear successful women in the technology field speak. One of them was Betsy Myers, who worked with the administrations of presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. This event was
Betsy Myers’ interview with Denise Morrison, president & CEO of Campbell Soup Company from a keynote luncheon at the 8th Annual Pennsylvania Conference for Women. One of only 14 women CEOs in the Fortune 500, Morrison discussed her philosophies on leadership and confidence, the role her family played (and plays) in her success, and how strategic career moves can help women advance to the C-suite.