Despite the kerfuffle that has accompanied the release of her book Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg certainly deserves kudos for spending a lot of her time and reputational capital by bringing the issues of women’s advancement to the fore, argues Stephanie MacKendrick.
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Business feminism is ripe for rebranding and now that a billionaire revolutionary wants to champion the cause, we really should give her a chance.
The message of Sheryl Sandberg in her new book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead has gotten people talking. Here’s a roundup of the reactions– both positive and negative– that leaning in has inspired.
It’s surprising how much we as a community think about what’s happening in a woman’s uterus. Focusing on your own reproduction makes sense. What troubles me is when the business community wants to talk about it, too. In fact, it seems impossible to talk about the advancement of women in business without someone dropping the word “baby” into the equation. I don’t know about you, but I think it’s high time companies take their eyes off our navels.
Femme-O-Nomics follows the ups — and downs — of today’s female captains of industry. Here is the latest on Sheryl Sandberg, Ginni Rometty, and Hillary Clinton.
Femme-O-Nomics follows the ups — and downs — of today’s female captains of industry. Here is the latest on Marissa Mayer, Sheryl Sandberg, and Hillary Clinton.
Femme-O-Nomics follows the ups — and downs — of today’s female captains of industry. Here is the latest on Marissa Mayer and Sheryl Sandberg.
In this dream world, where I not only get invited to the World Economic Forum in Davos but someone foots the incredulous bill that accompanies this honor, I’d aim to convince business leaders to better capitalize on the burgeoning female workforce as way to spur the global economy.
If Jack Welch was talking about an “ambition gap” among women in the workforce, most women (and a lot of men) would be irritated or simply ignore it. But when Facebook Chief Operating Officer, Sheryl Sandberg, coins the term, this requires a more serious reaction.