The Yahoo! telecommuting ban story may be more nuanced than we know. “Marissa Mayer Is Wrong.” “Horrible Bosses: Marissa Mayer’s Ban on Telecommuting at Yahoo Won’t Work.” “Marissa Mayer’s Work-From-Home Ban Is the Exact Opposite of What CEOs Should Be
Yesterday, Yahoo announced the appointment of Marissa Mayer as its new CEO and she became the first ever pregnant CEO of a Fortune 500 tech company. Yahoo’s decision to look past Mayer’s pregnancy reflects a big shift in the way corporate
By Betsy Myers – Former COO of the Obama Presidential campaign and Founding Director, Center for Women and Business, Bentley University In a recent Atlantic Monthly article that exploded across the internet, Princeton professor and former State Department director of
The Boston Globe By Kathleen Pierce Betsy Myers pulls no punches when she explains why 50 to 70 percent of US workers are unengaged with their work. “Let me tell you what your day is like,” she tells aspiring leaders
Bentley University’s Center for Women and Business – Inaugural Forum – April 27, 2012 With close to 500 business leaders, students and community members in attendance, the forum showcased corporate leaders who spoke openly and honestly about the challenges they
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
Business Ethics Magazine By Gael O’Brien Is it possible that a 21st century leadership can emerge that involves self awareness, emotional intelligence, and authenticity? Betsy Myers believes it is. View full article Tweet
Like so many others affected this week, the sad passing of Steve Jobs, the technology guru and giant, made me step back and think. We now look back at the innovations and leadership he brought to his industry and the people who worked for him.
I decided to take the new role at Bentley University as the Founding Director of the Center for Women in Business. Why? As I have traveled the country over the past three years speaking on leadership with a variety of corporations, I kept hearing the same concerns… It is 2011. Why aren’t we doing better in the area of women retention and promotion?
As Bentley University launches center, leaders say businesses lose money by blocking talent Boston Globe By Katie Johnston Chase, Globe Staff View full article Tweet