In her book, Sandberg examines why women’s progress in achieving leadership roles has stalled.
She explains the root causes and offers compelling, common sense solutions that can empower women to achieve their full potential.
As reported by Tania Lombrozo in a NPR online post, "Sandberg's book has generated a spectrum of responses—some positive, some mixed and some outright hostile. Most common is the complaint that Sandberg seems to put the burden on women to change, rather than challenging the institutional, cultural and psychological factors that present extra challenges for women . . . Another common refrain is that Sandberg fails to represent all women."
What do you think about the book and the reaction to it?
You'll get a copy you can pick up after you register for the session. Then, let's get together November 8, for two hours to talk about it.
Your discussion will get started with the help of:
Christina Cuevas, program director
|Monica Martinez, executive director, Homeless Services Center||Freny Cooper, board member, owner Summit Communications|
When & Where
Community Foundation Santa Cruz County
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