Lean in : women, work, and the will to lead

By: Sandberg, SherylContributor(s): Scovell, NellMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: London WH Allen 2015Description: 232pISBN: 9780753541630Subject(s): WOMEN EXECUTIVES | LEADERSHIP IN WOMENDDC classification: 658.4092 SAN Summary: Many intelligent women tend to leave their professional careers and become homemakers for various reasons. One of the vital reasons is that women find it impossible to balance the growing career pressure and meeting increasing family demands. Author, in this book, provides solution to this issue and guides women on how to find the perfect balance in life. The solutions given in this book are pragmatic and are based on practical experience and academic research. Author also touches various pressing issues like race, class and sexual identity. The author backs her views with strong arguments and makes the book an engaging read.
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Many intelligent women tend to leave their professional careers and become homemakers for various reasons. One of the vital reasons is that women find it impossible to balance the growing career pressure and meeting increasing family demands. Author, in this book, provides solution to this issue and guides women on how to find the perfect balance in life. The solutions given in this book are pragmatic and are based on practical experience and academic research. Author also touches various pressing issues like race, class and sexual identity. The author backs her views with strong arguments and makes the book an engaging read.

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