Lean in: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead
Publish date: March 11th 2013
Publisher: Books on Tape
Edition language: English
I've read lots of criticisms of this book, some of which I think are completely justified. But I have to say that after finishing it, I feel totally excited and inspired about my career and choices!
Holy Shit this book. I loved this book so much and identified with a lot of the things she was saying, especially in regards to leaving before you need too. My husband and I have been talking about starting a family and thinking back I've realized how much I've started to leave before I'm really re...
I found this to be an eye opening book. I think just about anyone, man or woman, would too. It's well researched, well written, succinct, and discusses many important issues: how successful men are perceived differently than successful women, the differences in self confidence between men and women,...
I wanted to like this book. Actually, I wanted to love this book. But I didn't. I am all for more women in leadership. I love my job and feel businesses need to continue to cultivate diversity in all areas, including diversity of thought. I am a wife, and mother, and have been in leadership my ...
It’s not often I agree completely with the hyperbole found in book cover blurbs, but Lean In is in fact both “an inspiring call to action and a blueprint for individual growth.” After getting in on the ground floor of Google and working as the chief operating officer at Facebook, Sheryl Sandberg has...
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