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LeanIn.Org president Rachel Thomas shares four ways women can support each other –– and reflects on the amazing things we accomplish when we do.
See how LGBTQ families can partner with schools to root out bias and create a welcoming environment for everyone.
In a heartwarming letter to her daughters, one CEO shares the life lessons she's learned from being a mom and an entrepreneur.
Negotiation –– it's often easier said than done. See how to build a successful approach and best advocate for yourself next time you're at the negotiating table.
Women in the Workplace 2016 is a comprehensive study by LeanIn.Org and McKinsey & Company on the state of women in corporate America.
The higher you look in corporate America, the fewer women you see. Brown Brothers Harriman is using Lean In Circles to level the playing field.
Ashley Milne-Tyte of the Broad Experience sits down with two female journalists to talk about quashing female guilt, learning how to say no, and building a reliable support network
A Korean-American woman emphasizes the need to include, legitimize and strengthen the voices of all women of color, including Asian-Americans.
A Jordanian woman reads 'Lean In' through the lens of a Jordanian and uses the book as a way to open discussion about women's advancements in the country.
New York City unveils a new campaign that tells girls they are beautiful just the way they are.
Women looking to enter the science field are met with a lack of encouragement from peers and professors and a negative stereotype of female scientists that's so ingrained into American culture.
My life did not begin under perfect circumstances, but I had a family who believed I could persevere. I am blessed to know I can be that positive voice and source of support for others.
Ty-Licia Hooker, Student & Co-Founder of the Summer Success and Leadership Academy
I’m a firm believer that action can solve so many worries, and just powering through, no matter what, can give you the confidence you need when you feel like you’ve got nothing to offer.
Reese Witherspoon, Producer & Academy-award winning Actress
If there is a single trait that all Afghan women share, it’s determination. Put another way, we lean in.
Shireen Rahmani, Director of Human Resources, Roshan
Training beside me was a huge shock for many of these young alpha males. Here was a 37-year-old mother of two doing as well or better than almost all of them.
Major Lisa Jaster, Delivery Engineer, Shell Oil/Major, US Army Reserve
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