I think leadership is service and there is power in that giving: to help people, to inspire and motivate them to reach their fullest potential.
Innovation requires an experimental mindset.
The single most important ingredient in the recipe for success is transparency because transparency builds trust.
Food is art and science. So, you take something out, you have to work with the recipe to make sure that you're providing delicious food with cleaner labels.
I think of feedback as constructive, not positive or negative. You choose to do what you want with it.
You need to set a tone at the top that inspires trust - and encourages open and honest 2-way communication. So you hear the brutal facts, and you listen to the good news and the bad news - so that, in the spirit of continuous improvement, you can make changes.
Through the Internet of things, 'connected kitchens' will alert consumers if they're running low on broth and when their salad dressing needs to be replenished.
I see the world through Irish eyes, and they are smiling.
The path to diversity begins with supporting, mentoring, and sponsoring diverse women and men to become leaders and entrepreneurs.
The attitude of giving a full commitment to the partnership will usually result in getting the same commitment in return.
People are literally tracking everything. People are becoming more empowered and knowing what's going into their body.
I think you have to see two steps ahead of things. That's just the way I roll.
There are going to be priorities and multiple dimensions of your life, and how you integrate that is how you find happiness.
The leader is the person who brings a little magic to the moment.
I'm from a generation of women that shattered the glass ceiling. We didn't wait for doors to open. The lesson I learned is that you need to open some doors for yourself in pursuit of career advancement.
For us, giving back is not an extracurricular activity.
My mother taught us that ambition is part of femininity and really taught us to have substance but also style.
It's okay to fail if you learn from it.
Leadership is service to others.
My parents had job jars because my father would say, 'Kids today have too much time, too much money and no responsibility. You're going to have no time, no money and a lot of responsibility.'