Arianna Huffington is no stranger to wanting to make the world a better place. Her empathic reputation is renown and world-class. She continually demonstrates what it means to be a leader who puts humanity first no matter the circumstances. Huffington has been busy lately developing two unique partnerships with organizations to further her humanity-first ambition.
Thrive CEO Arianna Huffington joins Emily Chang to talk about Thrive's mental health pledge and how they're getting some of the biggest companies, from Microsoft to Uber, to make a commitment to employees' mental health and well-being. Plus, her thoughts on Sheryl Sandberg's Meta departure and on Musk's ongoing Twitter bid.
In 2007, Arianna Huffington passed out while checking emails, hit her head, and broke her cheekbone. She’d been working 18-hour days to build The Huffington Post (now HuffPost) and she was exhausted. The accident triggered a wake-up call about sustainable work habits. In 2016, she launched Thrive, a company that aims to end burnout.
Arianna Huffington asks 1 interview question to see if a person will fit in at her startup. It reveals a lot when they don't know how to answer, she said.
Huffington told Insider that she wants to see if candidates match her number one company value: compassionate directness.
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Over the years, Arianna Huffington has been a figure in journalism, politics, and more recently, the wellness space. Her name is attached to the news site that she co-founded, The Huffington Post (now HuffPost). For many years, she was a Republican but she has also spent time as an independent and a Democrat. Arianna Huffington’s net worth is in the nine-figure range today.
Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber features a number of portrayals of Silicon Valley and tech’s top players in the series’ retelling of the creation of Uber, one of the most successful and most disruptive startups, as well as the rise and fall of its notorious CEO Travis Kalanick. While Joseph Gordon-Levitt leads the ensemble as Kalanick with Jon Bass as Uber co-founder Garrett Camp and Kyle Chandler as venture capitalist Bill Gurley, Uma Thurman stands out with a fiery portrayal of Arianna Huffington.
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Uma Thurman is “fascinated” by Arianna Huffington. The 51-year-old actress plays the Huffington Post founder in ‘Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber' and she's met Arianna herself a few times, while she's always had a lot of respect for her. Thank you for reading!. Please log in,...