Sandberg is immensely approachable, laying her own struggles bare as examples and making it clear that one of the most powerful businesswomen on the planet is fighting the same insecurities and doubts as the rest of us. If you're looking for a good weekend read, pass this one up. Taking off two weeks is great? Mentors select proteges on the basis of performance and potential. How some people do it, I have no idea. For example, Sandberg talks about finding good mentors because studies have proven how effective they are in maintaining morale, seeking promotion and so on, but no solid solutions are provided.
Empowering women isn't about reassuring them that they can totally still have kids and a kind husband while working at Google. This isn't necessarily a book on how to climb the career lad Although this book is certain to help many women, I gave it 4 stars because some of the advice has already been shared in similar books perhaps without as much research and statistics to back things up but still. She casually notes that she has a nanny. The later chapters are more about families and kids, which is a bit less applicable to me now. For most of us there is some overlap between doing good in the world and feeling good about that, but there doesn't have to be. By the time I got to the last chapter and had to hear all about how great Marissa Mayer is, I stopped reading. That should be a human way to succeed--not man vs.
. My husband died exactly a year ago. Is Sandberg suggesting that the only beneficial thing that could come out from being a stay-at-home mom is volunteer service? People are justified in making decisions that increase their joy in life. What i liked about this book, is that it isn't a let's-sit-all-together-and-whine about the situation. I was actively recognizing many of the habits and pitfalls Sandberg describes and warns against in myself and even the tiniest decisions I make every day. I became depressed for a long time. Boys are seldom called bossy because a boy taking the role of a boss does not surprise or offend.
Who is the target audience here? Her personal stories of insecurity and fear lend amazing credibility to her ideas. At other times, I found myself rolling my eyes at Sheryl's life and trying to imagine her ever living an ordinary life, working her way up the corporate ladder with no white privilege. Sandberg raises some good questions about the gender socialization of children, and why we treat girls so differently than boys. As we start using the talents of the entire population, our institutions will be more productive, our homes will be happier, and the children growing up in those homes will no I have written this book to encourage women to dream big, forge a path through the obstacles, and achieve their full potential. It is a 15 minute long speech that basically sums up her most pertinent points in this book. Lean In, both the book and the propaganda organization, is the wrong kind. Even the New York Times was guilty of minimizing her accomplishments when they attributed her success to luck and mentoring, factors that impact men just as much but are hardly ever mentioned when male success is profiled.
She comes across as a regular smart woman who has the same concerns and worries as other women and mothers which was what I found made the book a very accessible and interesting read. Sheryl Sandberg, as you probably know, is the chief operating officer of Facebook and is frequently ranked on Most-Powerful-Women lists. «Мы» в данном случае означает и меня тоже. But by choosing to tackle the problem head on in such an approachable and pragmatic fashion, Sandberg is providing an excellent example of of just how it can be done. And at times, the book still irritated me.
When she recommended we work our tails off up to the point of giving birth, I agreed. После этого я вернулась на свое рабочее место и обнаружила, что перед моим столом стоит молодая женщина, ожидая возможности поговорить со мной. She cites a number of different studies that illustrate gender inequality, not just in the workplace but throughout our society. Some of these are systemically entrenched gender biases that favor men, such as identical resumes being rated as more qualified when they had a man's name on them than they were when they had a woman's name on them, while others are ways women limit themselves as they make choices about their careers. В результате сегодня лишь 4% руководителей ведущих мировых компаний — женщины. I told them I was looking after myself, but would tell them if I needed help.
And why do we have to act like this is an anti-woman position? On Monday, I told my team that I would be taking Wednesday off to do this. It's a disjointed but readable mish-mash of memoir, feminist tract and business guide, and there are admirable points in there. By the day after I started reading this, I already felt more self-aware both at work and outside of the office. Sandberg sending to the average American woman? «Не бойся действовать: Женщина, работа и воля к лидерству» Шерил Сэндберг, Нелл Сковелл Альпина Паблишер, 2014. Lean In is a call for leadership, an invitation to participate in creating a society that values women, mothers, men, fathers, and in which women value and support each other and ourselves. However, the true point is that as women, we should work together and lift each other up. Она, переживая из-за отсутствия опыта, сказала рекрутеру, что ей необходимо подумать.
Those who have cursory knowledge of Lean In because of Sandberg's recent media coverage will miss the larger point of this important work. I'm committed to trying to improve the world, but doing that makes me happy. For two reasons that I can extract from my hunched shoulders. If her book is merely a dissertation on the battle between the sexes and the inequality of paychecks, then sadly, the author is really behind the times and she hasn't told us anything that we haven't already heard. Sandberg comes across as warm and driven, brave and vulnerable, self-aware and occasionally oblivious, smart and self-conscious. Sandberg acknowledges her privilege but doesn't seem to understand that not all women can lean in because we're leaning on too many other women to help us deal with the load. I just can't support a fallacy that claims if we support the women at the top then soon we'll all benefit.
She has two young girls like I do, and in my career field that is still rare. What bothered me about this, it the author's blindness to her own privilege. I don't want advice from a woman who is so oblivious of her actions that she supposedly ne This book is terrible on all levels. This is her so-called feminist manifesto about inspiring women to grab at opportunities in their careers, instead of being filled with self-doubt or assuming that having children would hold them back. Some have criticized Sandberg as a victim-blamer- associating her book with the idea that if women somehow tried harder, they could make it to the top of their professional fields. Aliens, here, right now, in my head! The 227 footnotes is a little excessive and limits the audience from any opportunity to flush out the details, not to mention the loss of flow while reading due to constantly having to flip back and forth between the book and the footnotes. Sandberg makes excellent points on this being an issue of equality for both sexes.
Any hope of finding something earlier in the book is simply lost within the text stemming from the research and footnotes. Alas, I must do what Sheryl tells me to and support her as a woman. Perhaps we need to dig a little deeper here. I am so touched by her gesture today and grateful to be surrounded by her and the rest of my leadership team who are willing to grow and transform our business with me, along with our inner selves where the real power resides to keep the journey in life fun, xo. Женщина, работа и воля к лидерству Шерил Сэндберг скачать, 2, бесплатно Не бойся действовать. Sandberg provides copious statistical evidence in this well-researched book that support her idea that women are holding back rather than leading in, taking ourselves out of the game rather than getting on the field.