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Sheryl Sandberg: Women in Leadership

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Christine Orsini

on 9 October 2014

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Transcript of Sheryl Sandberg: Women in Leadership

Sheryl Sandberg
Women in Leadership
Gender Equality at Home and Work
Women don't make it to the top level of organizations.
The culture
Professional success v/s personal fulfillment --
there is a negative correlation for success and likability for women but a positive correlation for men.

Inspiring Women to Lead
“Leadership is about making others better as a result of your presence and making sure that impact lasts in your absence."
- S. Sandberg
Sheryl Sandberg: Women in Leadership
#9 on Forbes list of most powerful women
(right after Michelle Obama)
(Beyonce is a fan!)
Bestselling author of "Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead"
How Many "Like" Her?
We cannot change what we are not aware of,
and once we are aware,
we cannot help but change.

(Sandberg, 2013)
what is the issue?
success or failure?
leadership practices and principles
Sit at the table
make your partner a real partner
Don't leave before you leave
The "Sheryl Sandberg Effect"
20,000 Lean In circles in 73 countries
350 college campuses
More female COOs today than ever
“In the future, there will be no female leaders. There will just be leaders.”

9 out of 190 Heads of State are women.

only 15% of board level positions are held by women
1) Community
2) Education
3) Circles
Discussion Questions:
Is there harm in distinguishing between a male & female leader? Why or why not?

How as a Christian would you address this problem?
at work:
The culture
at home:
2/3 of married men have children
1/3 of married women executives have children
data shows that in dual income families, women still do the majority of housework and childcare.
when college students are asked to estimate his or her GPA, female students estimated lower than actual while male students estimated his GPA higher than actual.
Women often underestimate her abilities --
Male dominated culture copied but not cultivated.
change must work in both directions
Own strengths and "lean in" to ambition
keeping a foot on the gas pedal
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