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Gina Barreca:”If you lean in, will men just look down your blouse?”

Gina Barreca, columnist, essayist and UConn prof, is one of my heroes — funny, wise, and very, very smart. So, today, let’s celebrate the March 2016 publication of her latest book, If You Lean In, Will Men Just Look Down Your Blouse? From the title essay, a laugh about lean-in leadership: “I sure do appreciate […]

Bad News for Women in the US: Leadership Roles More Limited than Other Countries in the World

Chad Brooks from Business News Daily reported this week that “U.S. businesses aren’t doing very well at putting women in leadership roles. It’s surprising news to those of us who like to imagine that the we lead the world in democratic economic reform and equality. It’s time we wake up and smell the sexism! In […]

Addressing Stereotypes in Stock Photos

Originally posted on Clearly Connected Conversation:
Getty Images teamed with LeanIn.org to create a collection of stock photos intended to represent women in a more empowering light. LeanIn.org is the foundation launched by Sheryl Sandberg, author of Women, Work and the Will to Lead. The book, published last year, challenged women and the business world…

“The Woman Question:” Leadership Research and the Breakdown of Communication

The Harvard Business Review reports that women leaders’ success only seems to come with unpopularity. They followed up on a recent interview with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, and the research she cites in her book Lean In indicating “that success and likability are positively correlated for men and negatively correlated for women.” But Jack Zenger […]