This weekend, the New York Times Style Section spun its big trend piece wheel and landed on "Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In" and "but now, [unexpected demographic] is joining in," resulting in a story on the businessmen who are unexpectedly joining Sandberg's campaign to advance women in the professional workforce. Let's take a look at how these men are "leaning in," and how that's going for the women who (still overwhelmingly do not) work at their companies.
Men are purchasing Lean In: James Dominick, who "oversees around $1 billion in assets for a South Korean bank in New York," has bought Lean In for nine male friends and colleagues. Great! Let's see what they've learned.