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By Sheryl Sandberg | Comments: ( 616 ) | Date: ( Jul 17, 2019 )

Expanded and updated exclusively for graduates just entering the workforce, this extraordinary edition of Lean In includes a letter to graduates from Sheryl Sandberg and six additional chapters from experts offering advice on finding and getting the most out of a first job resume writing best interviewing practices negotiating your salary listening to your inner voice Expanded and updated exclusively for graduates just entering the workforce, this extraordinary edition of Lean In includes a letter to graduates from Sheryl Sandberg and six additional chapters from experts offering advice on finding and getting the most out of a first job resume writing best interviewing practices negotiating your salary listening to your inner voice owning who you are and leaning in for millennial men In 2013, Sheryl Sandberg s Lean In became a massive cultural phenomenon and its title became an instant catchphrase for empowering women The book soared to the top of best seller lists both nationally and internationally, igniting global conversations about women and ambition Sandberg packed theaters, dominated op ed pages, appeared on every major television show and on the cover of TIME magazine, and sparked ferocious debate about women and leadership Now, this enhanced edition provides the entire text of the original book updated with recent statistics and features a passionate letter from Sandberg encouraging graduates to find and commit to work they love A combination of inspiration and practical advice, this new edition will speak directly to graduates and, like the original, will change lives New Material for the Graduate Edition A Letter to Graduates from Sheryl Sandberg Find Your First Job, by Mindy Levy Levy has than twenty years of experience in all phases of organizational management and holds degrees from Wharton and Penn Negotiate Your Salary, by Kim Keating Keating is the founder and managing director of Keating Advisors Man Up Millennial Men and Equality, by Kunal Modi Modi is a consultant at McKinsey Company and a recent graduate of Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Business School Leaning In Together, by Rachel Thomas Thomas is the president of Lean In Own Who You Are, by Mellody Hobson Hobson is the president of Ariel Investments Listen to Your Inner Voice, by Rachel Simmons Simmons is cofounder of the Girls Leadership Institute 12 Lean In stories 500 word essays , by readers around the world who have been inspired by Sandberg


  • Title: Lean in for Graduates
  • Author: Sheryl Sandberg
  • ISBN: 9780385353670
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Sheryl Sandberg

SHERYL SANDBERG is chief operating officer at Facebook, overseeing the firm s business operations Prior to Facebook, Sheryl was vice president of Global Online Sales and Operations at Google, chief of staff for the United States Treasury Department under President Clinton, a management consultant with McKinsey Company, and an economist with the World Bank.Sheryl received a BA summa cum laude from Harvard University and an MBA with highest distinction from Harvard Business School.Sheryl is the co author of Option B Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy with Wharton professor and bestselling author Adam Grant, which will be released April 24, 2017 She is also the author of the bestsellers Lean In Women, Work, and the Will to Lead and Lean In for Graduates She is the founder of the Sheryl Sandberg Dave Goldberg Family Foundation, a nonprofit organization that works to build a equal and resilient world through two key initiatives, LeanIn.Org and OptionB.Org launching April 2017 Sheryl serves on the boards of Facebook, the Walt Disney Company, Women for Women International, ONE, and SurveyMonkey.



Comments Lean in for Graduates

  • Nicole

    I loved this book! I might not be graduating from university or looking for a job right now, but later I will. This book made me realize many things I dismissed before. I never even knew that even in the US, there's still a considerable discrimination between both genders. I support every word of her book and the next is to be bought. This was my first feminist book. And definitely not the last. I truly admire Sheryl Sandberg, this book helped me gain confidence to speak up. I even told my frien [...]


  • Ari

    IQ "'As black women, we know from early childhood that we are going to be discriminated against. It is a fact that runs through most of our lives. So when we get to corporate America, there are no surprises for us. White women, however, are in shock'. In this book, Sheryl writes that she graduated from college believing that equality would be achieved in our generation. I was raised to know we still had a long way to go." Mellody Hobson, 225 BUY THIS BOOK/CHECK IT OUT FROM THE LIBRARY IF ONLY TO [...]


  • Naoms

    I loved this. Ultimately, very helpful. 2015 will be the year i Lean In.


  • Jennifer

    4 stars for the original Lean In, 2 for the extra material in this edition (more on that later). Sandberg talks in a down-to-earth way about the underrepresentation of women in positions of power, and uses statistics, studies, and personal anecdotes to give women advice on how to avoid holding themselves back in the workforce. I was worried that she’d overstate women’s abilities and responsibilities to affect change, but she does a great job of acknowledging systemic problems while encouragi [...]


  • Sarah

    I love Sheryl Sandberg! I'm going to have to buy this book so I can highlight just about every page. I have not read the original Lean In, which was an instant must read. This edition adds some career advice for graduates and personal anecdotes from prominent female leaders.What I found completely fascinating about the book is how Sheryl takes every type of behavior, breaks it down and shows the ultimate consequence. For instance, don't quit your job until you are actually ready to leave. If you [...]


  • Z

    I wasn't certain if this book would feel relevant to me, since I have never had the ambition to climb any corporate ladders, but it did. The book is a poignant (and often humorous) reminder that sexism and glass ceilings still exist, and Sandberg makes a strong case for why we need to have women at the very tops of corporations and governments - for the good of all. She also expands her thesis enough to motivate women(and men)who want to prioritize family, volunteer efforts, or creative endeavor [...]


  • Alireza Shafaei

    I think this book is a valuable starting point for people who want to raise their awareness about the existing subconscious gender-based biases. It is not easy to to understand the depth of a problem without ever having experienced, something that is at least a bit similar, yourself; this might be an obstacle to men in the case of subjects relating to gender-based discriminations. Instead of jumping to the problems directly, the author takes you to a personal journey of her life after graduation [...]


  • Valisa Harris

    "I feel bad for white women. As black women, we know from early childhood that we are going to be discriminated against. It is a fact that runs through most of our lives. So when we get to corporate America, there are no surprises for us. White women, however, are in shock." - Mellody Hobson. The first 200+ pages didn't fully sit well with me until I read Mellody's chapter. I couldn't understand why I constantly kept thinking throughout the reading of this book, 'why are we discussing this or wh [...]


  • Mandi

    I would have given the original Lean In 4 stars, but the additions to the for graduates edition was not well done.Maybe I feel this way because, although I read this as a recent graduate, I'm not a recent high school or undergraduate graduate. I just graduated from graduate school, after many years of having worked after undergrad. Although, I don't think that has really caused me to have a bias.What I did not realize originally is that the first half of this book is the original Lean In, withou [...]


  • Batzul Gerelsaikhan

    I wish I had read this book sooner. Much sooner.Sheryl Sandberg talks about successful women's career, life struggles, gender stratification, "coming back after maternity leave", marriage and family struggles, hate and jealousy in a hilarious writing! She is funny and can be related without any shame. It is so saddening to hear that she lost her husband this year, which she often praised in her book as the best partner (husband, father to her kids and her best friend) she could have asked for.I [...]


  • Judith

    This book is partly about feminism and partly about working in general. It was a very interesting read, because in a few months I will (probably) start working in a male-dominated field. It is not often that you read a book exactly at the right moment in your life.I would recommend the Graduate Edition to anyone in their 20s. The original book is supplemented with a letter from Sheryl and a collection of essays from various authors. I thought the essays at the end were at least as valuable as th [...]


  • Zoe Elizabeth

    The added content is ok but definitely seems like it was put there to combat some of edge original criticisms of the book. While I did enjoy the added content as a soon-to-be graduate I didn't feel like there was a whole lot of game changing stuff in there. If you've never taken on a job hunt before it could be really great, but as someone who has worked her way though college I felt it left something to be desired.


  • Dakshata

    Here is a book that is a must read for all women ! The writing style is engaging and the author mentions anecdotes that every woman can relate to. I found the book a little more suitable for women who have been in the workforce for a few years, but the last few chapters are extremely useful for recent graduates. So all in all, if you're looking for an inspiring read, look no further !


  • Alysyn Reinhardt

    Getting this book because I follow Rosianna Halse Rojas on Youtube & she made a wonderful argument for it well as contributing to it.


  • Nandita Damaraju

    I’d give this 6 stars if I could. For a young woman who has just ventured out into the “real world”, navigating the labyrinth of your career and life (a.k.a. Adulting) can be quite daunting. This was just the book I needed! I spent two weeks reading this relatively small book, because every line struck a chord with me and sent me into a tangential train of thought. I could relate to so many things mentioned in the book, that I had previously dismissed as a personal flaw or had even failed [...]


  • Null

    Major takeaways. More to be added later on.0. Recognize that the professional world in many aspects is still unfriendly to women (more so for women of color, alas). Moreover, recognize that this hostility a lot of the times actually comes from women themselves, which is tragic. Some people will not want to see you grow. Some people will not like you precisely for the correct things you have done. It is not going to be easy. It will be painful but less painful if you are mentally prepared.1. Find [...]


  • Audrephilia

    I'm noticing a trend where no matter how much I enjoy a book, it takes me about 2 weeks to read it because of my stupid life. Anyway, I VERY MUCH enjoyed this book. It has fantastic (if not depressing) data on the state of affairs for women in the workforce and outstanding advice for how to handle the obstacles women often face in their careers. I was on the defense because this book was written by extremely privileged women and I assumed the entire thesis depended on the reader having very loft [...]


  • Siruisly

    The added chapter contain very useful additional information as well as memorable testimonials from those who've participated in Lean In circles and similar support groups. The additional essays were especially thought-provoking; I encourage those who've read the original Lean In to peruse the added chapters if possible.


  • Brian Kagimu

    Everyone of us can achieve their destiny regardless of their sex or race. We just need to work hard and support others.


  • Leeann

    I loved it, surprising myself. As a recent graduate, I didn't realize how much I was already holding myself back without even trying. I'm excited to start practicing ideas in this book.


  • Sarah

    I enjoyed it very much. I cannot wait to start a career and lean in to my full potential.


  • Josie

    Sheryl (who I was incredibly lucky to have met during my internship at Facebook) is an extremely successful person who had solid family support growing up, luck and mentorship in college, and of course a fiery drive to succeed, with the skills and ambition to do so. This Lean In book encourages successful women to be even more successful, to push the boundaries of gender gaps in the workplace, but I think it fails to address the idea that "these problems do exist, and sometimes we need to learn [...]


  • Raj Agrawal

    I didn't expect to, but I loved this book. What this wasn't -- it wasn't a book about how men are bad and women need to fight back. What this was -- a book I want my daughter, my sons, and every one of my teammates to read. While the target audience is women (with choices), there is a much-needed chapter for men to lean in at home and in support of women in the workplace. This is a persuasive, and well-articulated argument for women to be confident, assertive, and to go after what their dreams. [...]


  • Jessica Medved

    This book is a sociological look at women in the workforce as well as minorities and how it is the responsibility of all people, minority or otherwise to work together to get all people to a place of equal.The book has special chapters for new graduates on how to edit your resume and how to act during interviews. It also includes the regular chapters of lean in regarding the equal balance of men and women doing professional work as well as child rearing. The book focuses a lot on give and take i [...]


  • Laura Little

    While the concepts might be well-summarized in other media, an essential read, possibly for men moreso than women. While many have criticized Sheryl for focusing perhaps more on women's internal struggles ("don't leave before you leave") vs. external barriers, I think Lean Is both well-balanced and thoughtful in offering suggestions to men and women both in business and on the home front. My only possible criticism for this book is how its natural audience (white collar, college-educated men/wom [...]


  • Jisoo Kim

    Its epigraph:"TO MY PARENTSfor raising me to believe that anything was possibleAND TO MY HUSBAND for making everything possible."After having truly found my job and my partner, I really hope that I could say the same words when I'm at her age. If you wish to think in those words one day you should give a try to see how this female author who is at the same time a COO of Facebook, managed to achieve this mentality through all the hardships she experienced as a female employee, wife and mother. I [...]


  • Julia Milner

    This will definitely be one of my top recommendations for anyone shopping for graduation gifts. I wish I had read this before I graduated! This book pushed me to reevaluate how I have been approaching my career and my everyday interactions. In particular, the chapters on 'The Leadership Ambition Gap' and 'It's a Jungle Gym, Not a Ladder' really got me thinking. I appreciated how Sheryl Sandberg's personal anecdotes were thoughtfully linked to both research and to the stories of people living in [...]


  • Chrisanne Daniel

    This was a really important book to read, and evoked in me a range of emotions; sometimes inspiring, sometimes guilt at the times I had avoided leaning in. Other times I felt comforted and reassured; the microaggressions are not only in my head! Then there were the moments that were annoying and infuriating. It's hard to hear advice to lean in but also play the game, or choose your words, measure your demeanor, but necessary. We're not at true equality yet, and the same traits that on a man are [...]


  • Rachel

    I believe the most effective feminist books are those that explain a person's point of view rather than preaching an ideal to others. Sheryl Sandberg, in my opinion, brings up a bunch of simple-to-grasp, thought provoking topics. She leaves me questioning. Am I making sure I sit at the table? Is my partner truly a partner? How do I choose when to lean in? It makes plenty of sense to direct this conversation at graduates because they are at a changing point and can use these ideas to change the n [...]


  • Sarah

    This book has given me confidence in a lot of situations. It has presented a lot of often surprising and striking facts about differences between men and women, both in the workplace and at home, which makes it obvious that we still have a long way to go until we reach an equal society. The chapters about Finding Your First Job and Negotiate Your Salary as well as the video "Power & Influence" actually helped me get my first job - and dream job. It helped me to lean in. So I would like to re [...]


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