‘That’s a lie,’ Michelle Obama said of Sheryl Sandberg’s ‘Lean In’ philosophy.
At the Batsheva luncheon at the Plaza, privileged Orthodox women talk ‘empowerment’.
On Mother’s Day, Sheryl Sandberg acknowledged her prior ignorance about the hardships of single motherhood. But that’s not all she should say.
In mainly mid-size or small businesses, Orthodox women are reaching an unprecedented level of success.
While it’s true there are more Haredi women in the workplace, we shouldn’t mistake this as a cultural move towards equality argues Management Coach Livia Levine.
Sheryl Sandberg missed an opportunity to show how ‘Lean In’ can apply to all women when she declined to meet with hotel workers at Harvard’s graduation.
You can add the IRS to the long list of institutions, including public schools and corporations, that still haven’t caught up with the reality that women work now too.
Foreign Policy’s Rosa Brooks said leaning in might cause overworked women to simply drop out. Elissa Strauss says we shouldn’t have to choose between reclining and leaning in.
Finding a work/life balance is hard for any parent. For Frimet Goldberger, it’s made tougher because she became a mother while she was still a teenager.
What do we really need to resolve the work/life balance debate? How about if a hard-charging, successful man were to write a book called ‘Lean Out’?