Before Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's book, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, came out earlier this week, her "sort of feminist manifesto" had already kicked up a storm of backlash and backlash to the backlash and backlash to the backlash...
Kim Milton's insight:
Here is the root of the topic ~ Lean In is equal parts commonsense and revolutionary, combining practical advice (how to communicate effectively, how to self-negotiate, how to self-advocate, how to split duties in the home, etc.) with big-picture goals.
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