The most powerful women in business
Nonverbal communication can be the most powerful thing a woman can do.
If you’re struggling with nonverbal communications and your partner isn’t listening, it may be time to talk.
If it’s a woman, the challenge is getting your voice heard.
If she’s not listening, there’s nothing you can do about it.
Here are the top 10 women in nonverbal and verbal communication, according to the Nonverbal Communication Society.
Emily Osterman, founder and CEO of The Ostermans 2.
Sheryl Sandberg, co-founder of Lean In and founder of Facebook.
Sherry Turkle, CEO of Twitter, and co-chair of the Women Leaders Council.
Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now!
Gloria Steinem, author of the best-selling book Why Not?: A Woman’s Guide to Being a Leader.
Sheri Jacobson, founder of the non-profit Women In Technology.
Mary Jo White, founder, cofounder, and executive chairman of the National Council of La Raza.
Mary McCormick, cofounders and cofounder of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Maria E. Perez, co founder and chair of the Nonprofit Sector.
Gloria Vanderbilt, founder at Vanderbilt University and chairman of The Eisner Awards for Excellence in Journalism.
Read more about women in leadership in non-verbal communication.
Emily Oberman, CEO and co owner of TheOstermans, a leading provider of nonverbal-communication services for organizations.
Sherri Sandberg and cofounder of LeanIn, a social networking platform for women and men.
5, 6, 7.
Sheryll Sandberg & cofounding founders at LeanIn.
8, 9, 10, 11, 12.
Maria Ostermans and co founder of TheEisnerAwards for Excellence.
Mary Ann Siegel, founder & CEO of Eisner, and chairwoman of the board of directors of the Independent Women’s Forum.
Marjorie Cohn, founder/CEO of Goldman Sachs & cofounder/chairman of The Goldman Sachs Women’s Advisory Board.
Shermaine Fowler, founder Emeritus Chair of The Leadership Institute.
Nancy C. Thompson.
Susan J. Campbell.
Sherril Sandberg’s daughters.
Nancy Darnell, former director of the Office of Personnel Management.
Sherilyn Fenn, author.
Mary Kay Brandeis.
Sherlyn B. Schulte.
Sheril Sandbergs daughter.
Sherys sister, Lauren Piven, coauthor of The Women’s Empowerment Handbook.
Sherrina Rubin Erdely.