One of my favorite pieces of advice from Lean In’s Sheryl Sandberg is to not make your career plans based around a family that you don’t even have yet. This means not passing up opportunities or progress in exchange for
Let’s talk about loyalty. It’s one of those intangible traits that can have a profound impact on a group or organization. Technically, it is defined as giving or showing firm and constant support or allegiance to a person or institution.
Danielle Babbington Where does she live?: Irvine, Calif. Education: BA in public relations from Chapman University – Orange, Calif. What does she do?: Aside from being an awesome mom to her two-year-old son Paxton? She’s the Public Relations Manager for Boost
Here at Accountable in Action, we sure talk a lot about women. The halls of our Orange County office (i.e. Sarah Barton’s living room) are buzzing with statistics, tales of injustice and theories on how we can change the world.
At the Haas School of Business, part of my responsibilities include creating new workshops for the MBA students and alumni. When searching the internet for new topic ideas, I kept drifting back to Sandberg’s book, “Lean In,” and what the