Gain Insights and Skills to help you lean in
By Shelley Correll, Professor of Sociology at Stanford University, Director of the Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research
Stereotypes act as a shortcut in information processing. Correll suggests solutions that scrutinize the ways individuals and organizations make decisions in order to reduce errors and create environments where everyone has opportunities to do their best work and get recognized for it.
Discover what you have in common with distinctive leaders you admire
What you admire in others exists within you – it is now a matter of bringing it out through self-awareness and conscious practice to build skills. In this introduction, get inspired to begin your own Centered Leadership journey for greater impact, resilience, and fulfillment at work and in life.
Learn how to spot gender bias—and discover successful women’s strategies for navigating it
Four quite different patterns of gender bias shape today’s workplaces. These videos both help you spot all four patterns and describe proven strategies successful women use to navigate subtle bias.While you wait: Visit our partner, The Clayman Institute, to see their lecture and discussion guide with Joan C. Williams.
Discuss the Book
Lean In encourages women to lean in to their ambitions and speak up so their voices are heard. The book is packed with personal anecdotes and supporting research, as well practical advice to help women achieve their goals. Download a discussion guide to keep the conversation going:Discussion guide for all audiences Discussion guide for managers