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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.
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 34 minutes 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 4 hours 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 7 hours ago by Peter Kobs
I found myself saying, "oh my gosh, I've done that!" And I
support the concept behind the book and the idea of "ban bossy"
meaning its okay for a girl to... Read more
I'm buying a copy for my daughters library. As a man , this book gave me insight into the psyche of women in the workplace. Good read.Published 1 day ago by Randall Barnes
I haven't read the whole book. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the book. This was the first book of its kind so I'm expecting good things. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Blkbutterfly
I truly enjoyed this book. I'm a stay-at-home mom and love my life, but certainly choices I've made have been influenced by our society's culture. Read morePublished 3 days ago by MMP in PTC