Beth Comstock, first female Vice Chair of GE: “Tell me one thing I don’t want to hear.”

Beth Comstock, first female Vice Chair of GE: “Tell me one thing I don’t want to hear.”

Skimm'd from The Couch - November 28, 2018 - 32:12

Beth Comstock is the first female vice chair of GE. But before that, she built a career in communications at companies like CBS, CNN, and NBCUniversal. At NBC, Beth helped launch one of your favorite binge-ing sites: Hulu. And she kept working her way up the ranks. All the way to becoming the first female Vice Chair of GE. Most recently -- Beth wrote a book about courage, creativity, and making change. It’s called “Imagine it Forward.” On the couch, she talks to us about what a vice chair actually is, why she took the job nobody else wanted, and what it means to be an introverted leader.

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