• Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead is a nonfiction book by American businesswoman Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook.
• Author Sheryl Sandberg opens the Introduction: “Internalizing the Revolution” by discussing her first pregnancy in 2004, when she was running the online sales and operations groups for Google.
• At this time, Sandberg realized that the pregnant employees of Google deserved to have reserved parking; this revelation led her to an understanding of the inequality in the workplace, and moreover, of the ignorance of corporate leaders of that lack of equality.
• Sandberg points out that we have come a long way since women's suffrage movement and that as a country we are centuries ahead of nations where women have no rights; however, looking back does not forgive the fact that true equality is still a distant dream for many women in the workplace.
• Sandberg uses statistics...
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