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I found this book very easy to read.
Just like any other books, you may get a lot of good advice that will help you to avoid common mistakes that everyone can make at the workplace.
Having read the book, I am inspired to make changes for myself, and for all the women I work with now and will work with in the future.
There seem to be two types of reviewers for this book: Whiners and Winners. Sheryl advocates taking charge of your own destiny in a way that resonates with today's ambitious women,... Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Eco Pragmatist
Great discussion starter. Very relevant for any person--male or female--in any line of work.Published 6 hours ago by Laura
What an important book and topic. Valuable lessons for men, women, and young adults. Wish I had read a book like this 20 years ago.Published 1 day ago by DoubleA
This book was recommended by a young attorney, and I can see why. It's aimed at young women and contains a lot of good information and advice about the reality of life in the... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Carole Barkley
An important work, reminding women in the younger generation, post-1970"s feminist movement, that an affirmative and mindful struggle for gender rights in the workplace is as... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Virginia C. Blanco
Sheryl Sandberg provides an excellent, approachable introduction to the problems faced by women in Western society, both in and out of the work force today. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Annabelle Richard
EXCELLENT STARTING PLACE -- As a man and business owner, I am insisting (OK, "strongly suggesting") that all of my female employees, freelancers, contractors and interns... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Peter Kobs