Lean in Shery Sandberg

To: Dennis Signorovitch  
From: Michelle Balingit  
Subject: Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg  
Date: February 25, 2016  
Dear Professor Signorovitch,    
Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg is a non-fiction work for women who are struggling in the workplace from the past and present. The challenges, and barriers women face sexism today. Sandberg provides examples experiences from her career, also including female friends, family, associates, and staff members. Her studies also show claims of gender-bias with the conclusion of sexism is in the workforce.  
Sandberg is a successful businesswoman that leadership role at a very young age. Working for Google federal government in the Treasury Department, and switching to Facebook after six years. She was offered to be a Chief Operating Officer, her husband and brother-in-law to negotiate by not taking a high position as an offer. She remembered how men were in the workforce and how women are afraid to take risks and opportunities. Taking her husband's advice, she turned out the official offer, and Zuckerberg agreed to her terms and now being a being the new Chief Operating Officer.
    Sandberg depicts bias women in levels of company workplace on a daily basis. From the interview, women and men act contrarily. Women believe they are qualified for the job if they meet 100 percent of the requirements. While men consider they are capable for the job if they meet 60 percent of the requirements. She noticed at meetings; women are interrupted and talked over by men when they are talking. Women are in the entry-level positions and men are in the management and administrative positions. Women face challenges in the workplace when they have a baby. Men have no change in their career once they become a father of babies.   Sandberg states women, men, employers, and families to strive to remove gender-bias from the work. Advising women to aim for a leadership role in all fields.
Sandberg wants women to be tough and push with their...