Today, LeanIn.Org, the women's nonprofit I founded in 2013, launched Together Women Can, a public awareness campaign celebrating the power of women supporting each other. The campaign emphasizes that women can be powerful allies for each other at work -- and are uniquely qualified to do so because we experience many of the same challenges.
If you were to base your understanding of the corporate world on movies and advertising (as it can be tempting to do), you might think women were barreling up the ranks in business faster than you can say "next CEO." Sadly, for those who can bear to look reality squarely in the eye, it's clear that we're a long way from actual workplace equality.
"When men lean in for equality, they win -- and so does everyone else," Lean In's website reads. Condoleezza Rice, Lena Dunham
H/T AdWeek Gallop explained a vision of the award to Adweek: "It's about celebrating [women] and should show great work that
For me, its true power lies in reading between the lines about how the partnership framework can be applied both formally and informally across the corporate infrastructure. Women, and companies who want to hire and retain them, should take note, this book is a welcome game changer.
Indeed, research shows that it can be difficult for women to promote themselves, because they’re socialized from a young
Having it all isn't all fun and games, as we all know. But if men and women both pitch in with the same expectations and values, it can all equal out, according to Ann-Marie Slaughter.
There is a crisis of confidence in our generation [of women]... We are hungry for a structured, guided way to lead us through that.