Sheryl Sandberg - Facebook COO, ranked eighth on Fortune's list of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business - has become one of America's most galvanizing leaders, and an icon for millions of women juggling work and family. In Lean In, she urges women to take risks and seek new challenges, to find work that they love, and to remain passionately engaged with it at the highest levels throughout their lives.
Lean In - Sheryl Sandberg's provocative, inspiring book about women and power - grew out of an electrifying TED talk Sandberg gave in 2010, in which she expressed her concern that progress for women in achieving major leadership positions had stalled. The talk became a phenomenon and has since been viewed nearly 2,000,000 times. In Lean In, she fuses humorous personal anecdotes, singular lessons on confidence and leadership, and practical advice for women based on research, data, her own experiences, and the experiences of other women of all ages. Sandberg has an uncanny gift for cutting through layers of ambiguity that surround working women, and in Lean In she grapples, piercingly, with the great questions of modern life. Her message to women is overwhelmingly positive. She is a trailblazing model for the ideas she so passionately espouses, and she's on the pulse of a topic that has never been more relevant.
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Lean In, Lead On
- Cynthia "Always moving. Always listening. Always learning. "After all this time?" "Always.""
Make your life count - no matter what you do
I write this review as a way to invite EVERYONE to read this book.
The only character is my favorite - the woman who cares to make her life engaging and important to herself and those around her.
This is a book written as a manifesto and manual for changing the way women behave and are regarded. How you regard yourself and how our culture regards you.
I became accustomed to the narrator but would have preferred a more mature and mellifluous voice. I think the more mature voice might have also had more credibility.
For me, there is a nasal edge that grates ever so slightly the entire book.
All I could think was "Ms. Sandberg must have been mentoring or sponsoring this person".
No. In fact, this book is to be really listened to - the more attention paid, the better the results.
Also, there is a companion website that is spectacularly effective and interesting for building skills.
I might actually purchase the book as well as having listened to it. There are sections I will want to read again and again.
- Claudia "cloudbusiness"