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Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead [Format Kindle]

Sheryl Sandberg
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Praise for Lean In (#1 National Bestseller)
 
“Honest and brave . . . The new manifesto for women in the workplace.”
            —Oprah Winfrey
 
 “Lean In is an inauguration more than a last word, and an occasion for celebration . . . Many, many women, young and old, elite and otherwise, will find it prescriptive, refreshing, and perhaps even revolutionary.”
             —Anna Holmes, The New Yorker
 
“A landmark manifesto . . . Fifty years after The Feminine Mystique . . . Sandberg addresses 21st-century issues that never entered Betty Friedan’s wildest dreams . . . Lean In will be an influential book. It will open the eyes of women who grew up thinking that feminism was ancient history, who recoil at the word but walk heedlessly through the doors it opened. And it will encourage those women to persevere in their professional lives.”
            —Janet Maslin, The New York Times
 
 “Lean In poses a set of ambitious challenges to women: to create the lives we want, to be leaders in our work, to be partners in our homes, and to be champions of other women. Sheryl provides pragmatic advice on how women in the twenty-first century can meet these challenges. I hope women—and men—of my generation will read this book to help us build the lives we want to lead and the world we want to live in.” 
           —Chelsea Clinton
 
“I approached it wearing two hats—one as CEO [and] the other as the parent of a nine-year-old daughter. In both capacities, I feel that Lean In is a must read.”
            —Mohamed El-Erian, CEO of PIMCO, in Fortune
 
“Inspirational . . . Sandberg offers concrete suggestions on how to make our work and home life more satisfying and successful.”
            —Kare Anderson, Forbes
 
“What Sandberg offers is a view that shows 20-somethings that choices and tradeoffs surely exist, but that the ‘old normal’ of blunting ambition so that you can fit in one category or another does not have to be the way it is. And that each of us has a say in what comes next. And that includes men.”
            —Gayle Tzemach Lemmon, The Atlantic
 
“Sheryl Sandberg has done a tremendous service with this work. It offers a vital and sharp message, for women and men. We need great leaders in key seats spread throughout all sectors of society, and we simply cannot afford to lose 50 percent of the smartest, most capable people from competing for those seats. Provocative, practical, and inspired!” 
           —Jim Collins, author of Good to Great
 
“Sandberg recounts her own experiences and dilemmas with great honesty, making it easy for women across cultures and geographies to identify with her. She spells out much that is well known about the problems working women face, but rarely articulated . . . In every word she writes, Sandberg’s authenticity shines through.”
            —Shweta Punj, Business Today

“Lively, entertaining, urgent, and yes, even courageous . . . Lean In is both a radical read and incredibly accessible . . . While it’s obvious that women have much to gain from reading Sandberg’s book, so do men—perhaps even more so . . . Lean In is the beginning of an important and long-overdue conversation in the United States—but it will only be a national conversation, and one that endures, if men do their part and lean in, too.”
            —Michael Cohen, The Guardian
 
 “Grade: A . . . a rallying cry to working women . . . Lean In is the most cogent piece of writing I’ve encountered that speaks to the internal and institutional forces that can trip up an ambitious woman, whether she has a baby on board or not . . . The wisdom she shares here is a gift that all women (and all partners who support them, in the workplace or at home) should give themselves.”
            —Meeta Agrawal, Entertainment Weekly
 
 “If you loved Sheryl Sandberg’s incredible TEDTalk on why we have too few women leaders, or simply believe as I do that we need equality in the boardroom, then this book is for you. As Facebook’s COO, Sheryl Sandberg has firsthand experience of why having more women in leadership roles is good for business as well as society. Lean In is essential reading for anyone interested in righting the injustice of this inequality.” 
           —Sir Richard Branson, chairman, the Virgin Group
 
“Sandberg’s message matters deeply: it has a shot at bringing about a cultural change that would improve the lives of all women.”
           —Judith Warner, TIME
 
“A muscular manifesto on the gender inequities of the professional world . . . Sandberg is making a disruptive, crucial observation that puts her very much in line with Friedan: All is not just in the gendered world, and we should be talking urgently about how to make it better.”
           —Rebecca Traister, Los Angeles Times
 
“No one who reads this book will ever doubt that Sandberg herself has the will to lead, not to mention the requisite commitment, intelligence, and ferocious work ethic . . . Sandberg is not just tough, however. She also comes across as compassionate, funny, honest, and likable . . . Most important, she is willing to draw the curtain aside on her own insecurities . . . Lean In is full of gems, slogans that ambitious women would do well to pin up on their wall . . . I nodded in recognition at so much of what Sandberg recounts, page after page.” 
           —Anne-Marie Slaughter, The New York Times Book Review (cover review)
 
“Pivotal . . . It’s probably not an overstatement to say Sandberg is embarking on the most ambitious mission to reboot feminism and reframe discussions of gender since the launch of Ms. magazine in 1971. The thing is, she’s in a pretty good position to pull it off.”
            —Belinda Luscombe, TIME
 
“Important . . . This is a great moment for all of us—women and men—to acknowledge that the current male-dominated model of success isn’t working for women, and it’s not working for men, either . . . The world needs women to redefine success beyond money and power. We need a third metric, based on our well-being, our health, our ability to unplug and recharge and renew ourselves, and to find joy in both our job and the rest of our life.”
            —Arianna Huffington, Forbes
 
“I’ll bet most [women] will be thrilled by Lean In. I suspect at least a few men will read this book and think, Oh no, they’re starting to catch on.
            —Michael Lewis, Vanity Fair
 
“A lucidly written, well-argued, and unabashedly feminist take on women and work, replete with examples from the author’s life.”
            —Julia Klein, USA Today
 
 “Having read Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg, I can testify that it addresses internalized oppression, opposes the external barriers that create it, and urges women to support each other to fight both. It argues not only for women’s equality in the workplace, but men’s equality in home-care and child-rearing. Even its critics are making a deep if inadvertent point: Only in women is success viewed as a barrier to giving advice.” 
           —Gloria Steinem
 
Lean In has plenty for feminists and all women to applaud—and learn from . . . I’m glad Sandberg is speaking out. I’m glad she’s using her platform to help give women the tools to succeed, and to encourage all of us to go out and get what we want. The real strength of Lean In is in its Rosie the Riveter 2.0 message: ‘You can do it! Here’s how.’ . . . A crucial call to action.”
            —Jill Filipovic, The Guardian
 
“A call to live fearlessly . . . Lean In is a memoir, a self-help book, a career management guide, and a feminist manifesto . . . Let’s hope this is a book that is read as much as talked about.”
            —Marion Winik, Newsday
 
“Equality is a project everybody must work on together. For too long, achieving equality has been seen as women’s burden . . . By knowing this story, men will become more sophisticated thinkers and actors when it comes to gender . . . Lean In contains a whole lot for men to think seriously about . . . Men just need to read it.”
            —Patrick Thibodeau, CIO Magazine
 
 “Unapologetic . . . Sandberg is using her power and influence to try and improve the world . . . Sandberg’s most powerful rhetorical device in the book is a saturation of stats that are sometimes shocking and sometimes reverberating—but always the kind that make you reevaluate what’s going on around us.”
            —Nicholas Carlson, Business Insider
 
“Sandberg’s voice is modest, humorous, warm, and enthusiastic . . . You don’t have to be climbing the corporate ladder—or, as Sandberg would call it, the jungle gym—to find her message useful. Don’t marry a man who isn’t egalitarian? Good plan! Be more confident? Excellent advice . . . I’m buying a copy of Lean In for my daughter and one for my stepdaughter, too.”
            —Katha Pollitt, The Nation
 
“Nuanced, persuasive, and brave . . . All of us—women and men alike—who care about creating a more equitable America ought to take her message to heart.”
            —Jane Eisner, The Forward
 
“After reading Lean In and listening to Sheryl, I realize that, while I believe I am relatively enlightened, I have not consistently walked the talk . . . I believe we—together—need to drive a fundamental culture change and it is up to us as leaders to make this change happen. What we have been doing hasn’t worked, and it is time to adjust . . . We have an opportunity to make a tremendous difference, and in so doing benefit our people, out culture, our company, and, just maybe, the world.”
            —John Chambers, CEO, Cisco
 
“Tremendously relevant . . . necessary . . . Lean In is more about being bold than it is about being female . . . Sandberg can reach beyond boundaries of age, success level, and gender to include all of those who have the privilege of playing on the jungle gym of corporations, academia, and government.”
            —Sharon Poczter, Forbes      
 
“A rallying cry for both genders to continue the hard work of previous generations toward a more equitable division of voice, power, and leadership . . . Told with candor and filled with a mix of anecdote and annotated fact, Lean In inspires women to find their passion, pursue it with gusto, and ‘lean in’ to leadership roles in the workplace and the world.”
            —Linda Stankard, BookPage
 
“I plan to buy Lean In for our three grown daughters and daughter-in-law . . . In our family, and in families across the country, may the conversations begin.”
            —Connie Schultz, Washington Post
 
“I’m guessing that the average boardroom doesn’t have much better gender equality than a team of cave hunters attacking a woolly mammoth 30,000 years ago. So what gives? A provocative answer comes from Sheryl Sandberg, who has written a smart book that attributes the gender gap, in part, to chauvinism and corporate obstacles—but also, in part, to women who don’t aggressively pursue opportunities . . . there is something real and important in what she says.”
           —Nicholas Kristof, The New York Times
 
 “Giving women the tools and skills they need to take themselves and society—worldwide—to the next level.”
           —Leslie L. Kossoff, Technorati.com
 
“Compelling . . . Sandberg writes with sophistication and thoughtful reflection . . . a book that has a powerful message but that is also full of personal vulnerability and first-hand anecdotes, packed with statistics and footnoted studies that back her points.”
            —Susan Adams, Forbes
 
“Her ideas are reasonable, thoughtful—and necessary.”
           —Michelle Goldberg, The Daily Beast
 
“When was the last time anybody talked this much about a women’s place in the world, period? Sandberg’s Lean In is opening up the dialogue—and, in true Silicon Valley fashion, she’s made it scalable . . . It’s put words to what we’d long felt but couldn’t quite articulate; the insecurities, the self-doubt, the fear that causes us to keep our hands down. Because, whether we’d recognized it or not, each of us . . . had been grappling with precisely what Sandberg aims to conquer . . . She’s also managed to bridge a gap that has mystified many an activist before her: reaching women who both self-identify as feminists, and those who don’t.”
           —Jessica Bennett, NYMag.com
 
“This is a book every young woman needs . . . I see her as an inspiration.”
           —Colleen Leahey, Fortune
 
“A lucidly written, well-argued and unabashedly feminist take on women and work, replete with examples from the author’s life. It draws on the ideas of no less an icon than Gloria Steinem, a Sandberg friend, and on recent research highlighting the double binds women face as they negotiate the corridors of power.”
           —Julia M. Klein, USA Today
 
“To get a sense of how I reacted to Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s new book, look no further than the stars and exclamation points that fill the margins of my review copy . . . Among its merits is the way Sandberg doesn’t shy away from describing her own struggles to take risks at work, to ask for what she wants, to negotiate, to find an equal partner.”
           —Alexandra Chang, Wired
 
“Sheryl provides practical suggestions for managing and overcoming the challenges that arise on the ‘jungle gym’ of career advancement. I nodded my head in agreement and laughed out loud as I read these pages. Lean In is a superb, witty, candid, and meaningful read for women (and men) of all generations.” 
            —Condoleezza Rice, former U.S. secretary of state
 
“To tackle society’s most pressing problems we need to unleash the leadership of both women and men. Lean In shows us the path and is an absolutely invaluable resource for the next generation of leaders and those who support them.”
            —Wendy Kopp, founder and CEO, Teach for America
 
“For the past five years, I’ve sat at a desk next to Sheryl and I’ve learned something from her almost every day. She has a remarkable intelligence that can cut through complex processes and find solutions to the hardest problems. Lean In combines Sheryl’s ability to synthesize information with her understanding of how to get the best out of people. The book is smart and honest and funny. Her words will help all readers—especially men—to become better and more effective leaders.”
            —Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO, Facebook
 
“Sheryl is a unique business leader because of her versatility and breadth. She has the two traits that are common in every successful leader I have known: curiosity and determination. Sheryl brings all of her insight to Lean In, an important new book that companies can use to get the most out of their talent. With her ideas and actions, Sheryl will help to define leadership in the years to come.”
            —Jeff Immelt, CEO, General Electric
 
“The key to opening some of life’s most difficult doors is already in our hands. Sheryl’s book reminds us that we can reach within ourselves to achieve greatness.” 
            —Alicia Keys

Présentation de l'éditeur

Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In is a massive cultural phenomenon and its title has become an instant catchphrase for empowering women. The book soared to the top of bestseller lists internationally, igniting global conversations about women and ambition. Sandberg packed theatres, dominated opinion pages, appeared on every major television show and on the cover of Time magazine, and sparked ferocious debate about women and leadership.

Ask most women whether they have the right to equality at work and the answer will be a resounding yes, but ask the same women whether they'd feel confident asking for a raise, a promotion, or equal pay, and some reticence creeps in.

The statistics, although an improvement on previous decades, are certainly not in women's favour – of 197 heads of state, only twenty-two are women. Women hold just 20 percent of seats in parliaments globally, and in the world of big business, a meagre eighteen of the Fortune 500 CEOs are women.

In Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg – Facebook COO and one of Fortune magazine's Most Powerful Women in Business – draws on her own experience of working in some of the world's most successful businesses and looks at what women can do to help themselves, and make the small changes in their life that can effect change on a more universal scale.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 256 pages
  • Editeur : Virgin Digital (12 mars 2013)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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Par Soraya
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Nice and easy read, although most of the book's key messages are already contained in Sandberg's 2010 TED Talk. I especially liked the way the author shares her own mistakes and embarrassing moments, like the times when she cried at work or when she mishandled a business situation. A lot can be learnt from your own and other people's mistakes. It's a pity all examples are taken from the US and UK only, but then the book does not have the ambition to cover a broad range of experiences. It's mostly enjoyable because of Sandberg's personal anecdotes and the impression of authenticity.
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Par MHDB77
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Sheryl Sandberg has it all : the husband, the kids and the C position at Facebook.
She thinks, with reason, that we need more women in leading positions and that it's the only way to stop the constant questions on whether women can lead.
In this book she reflects on how women can leverage every opportunity to break the glass ceiling and be sucessfull in their career, while not giving up on their personal life. The message is : you can have what you want, but you're going to need to be assertive. And that is hard, because as a woman, you've been raised being told agressiveness is a bad thing when you're a woman - but a rewarded quality when you are a man.It's not fair to either men or women, and it's time we discuss the effects of these gender roles so we can move on.
There are a lot of things in this book about being a mother and a wife while having a career, but it will speak to all women because they will find a lot of things to relate to, and a lot of interesting thoughts on what it is like to be a working woman today.
A must read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Un livre qui change la vie! 27 juin 2015
Par Katasia
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Le livre est rempli des chiffres et des recherches qui démontrent à quel point il est plus difficile pour les femmes que pour les hommes de reussir dans leur vie professionnelle et ce que nous pouvons toutes faire pour le changer. Se lit assez facilement en anglais. C'est un must-read pour toutes les mamans qui travaillent et qui culpabilisent de ne pas être une assez bonne maman ou une assez bonne salariée.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Sheryl Sandberg You're a Rockstar!!!!!! 22 décembre 2014
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Un ouvrage bien ecrit et inspirant sur la position des femmes dans notre société et dans le monde de l'entreprise. Sheryl Sandberg n'est jamais condescendante et toujours de bon ton, les recherches derrière ce livre sont très bien ficelées. Se lit d'une traite comme un roman!
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Par caroh
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Ce livre nous dévoile les scènes familières de nos vies de tous les jours, mais les réflexions sont tellement intéressantes et passionnantes que vous êtes forcément inspirés! A lire et à construire ensuite votre propre opinion!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 not bad!! 11 janvier 2015
Par Gaïa
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Le livre est arrivé en bonne état, livré à temps et intéressant à lire!! content!! très contente! Je suis contente!

I've still to read it but listened to her on ted talks and loved what she had to share!!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 un livre a faire partager 8 janvier 2014
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A recommander a toutes les femmes qui doutent d'elles même dans leur milieu professionnel, une lecture agréable, à offrir pour aider a faire tomber des idées reçues et donner confiance..
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Tres intéressant 30 juillet 2014
Par Gabrielle
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Les femmes de tous ages et les jeunes femmes en particulier devraient lire ce livre pour se liberer de leurs freins personnels, qui parfois sont plus bloquants que les freins externes.
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