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“Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead” is a book written by Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer (COO) of Facebook, and published in 2013. In this book, Sandberg addresses issues related to women’s empowerment, gender equality, and leadership in the workplace.

The title “Lean In” comes from Sandberg’s central message encouraging women to pursue their ambitions, take on challenges, and assert themselves in their careers and personal lives. She argues that women often hold themselves back due to internalized societal expectations, self-doubt, and fear of failure. Sandberg encourages women to “lean in” to their careers by advocating for themselves, seeking leadership roles, and overcoming barriers to success.

Throughout the book, Sandberg combines personal anecdotes with research findings and practical advice on topics such as negotiation, mentorship, work-life balance, and the importance of supportive partnerships. She also addresses systemic barriers and biases that contribute to gender inequality in the workplace, calling for greater awareness and collective action to create more inclusive environments.

“Lean In” sparked widespread discussion and debate about gender dynamics in the workplace and inspired initiatives aimed at promoting women’s leadership and advancement. While it received praise for bringing attention to important issues, it also faced criticism for its focus on individual solutions rather than systemic change. Nevertheless, the book remains influential in shaping conversations about women’s empowerment and leadership.