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Latest Sheryl Sandberg Items
"Lean In" author Sheryl Sandberg will deliver the commencement address at the City Colleges of Chicago next month.
It's been a year since Sheryl Sandberg came out with "Lean In," her best-selling manifesto for working women, launching a new catchphrase in the process. Since then, over 1.75 million copies have been sold; the book's out in 28 languages, and will be in eight more by the end of 2014 (a deal was just made for a Kurdish edition.)
Here are two bossy women, bossing everyone around, telling them they're not allowed to call bossy people bossy. Which opens up the possibility this project is being funded by Michael Bloomberg and Michelle Obama. Who knew bossy people were so sensitive?
The Facebook exec tells Parents magazine that strong girls should not be called "bossy." And she's backing up that belief with a "Ban Bossy" public service campaign.
Sheryl Sandberg has the ear, and the eyes, of the country's book buyers.
"Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead" (Alfred A. Knopf), by Sheryl Sandberg
Fifty years ago, Betty Friedan described the suburban woman as the unhappy housewife. She lacked challenging choices. Her abilities and identities were attached to her kitchen.
Sheryl Sandberg is not backing down.
Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's No. 2 executive and outspoken voice on the obstacles women face in the corporate world, offers a blueprint for change in "Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead." The book goes on sale Monday. Proceeds will go to LeanIn.org, the nonprofit she's started to help women pursue their goals. Here are five tips from Sandberg's book.