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Get the Davos look: what Sheryl Sandberg teaches us about power dressing | Fashion | The Guardian
There is a maddening can’t-win-either-way unfairness in criticising Sandberg for not wearing warmer clothes – I am pretty sure that if she’d worn salopettes and moon boots, that would have grabbed the headlines even more firmly. [...] Sandberg, like all the men around her, power-dressed. She chose clothes to project competence, seniority, excellence. [...] Sheryl Sandberg has a clear formula for what she wears: fitted dresses, medium-height heels, block colours in the blue-red-purple arc. Not yellow, not pink, no print. No jewellery apart from earrings. It is remarkably consistent. Interestingly, there is not a single sentence in her book, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, about what to wear. Her strategy is to neutralise this conversation with a consistent look which is easily recognisable as the uniform of the 21st century female in the public eye. It is a kind of bland, business-lounge glamour: the fitted dress, the court shoes, the colour palette, the clean lines and ...
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january 2016 by asterisk2a
Durchgezappt | ZAPP | NDR - YouTube
Nepal Earthquake relieve campaign = $2m PR Campaign, dishonest of FB, the board and leadership of Zuckerberg and Sandberg // vs // Salesforce 1-1-1
Facebook  Salesforce  PR  public  relations  Mark  Zuckerberg  Sheryl  Sandberg  corporate  culture  corporate  governance  corporate  values  corporate  social  responsibility  Wall  Street 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Women Won't Name Harassing Venture Capitalists, Even Anonymously || "It's not my place to dictate a solution, but I think until victims can name names this won't change." It's structural. It's the patriarchy of the Valley VC's slash boys club slash 'Valley Boys' slash brogrammers slash The Fetish ... the power they hold. People think they hold. The power to enable you to make it big (or acqui-hire) or out rightly fail. But that is a dogma. Those who made it big, didn't make it because of the patriarchy ... the future ones definitely won't bow down to the dogma, if they are actually smart and have the guts and the heart and personal values in the right place. // 'living inside their own bubble without perspective - feedback loops.' + + >> 'bossy' // +
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august 2014 by asterisk2a
Tinder highlights tech world’s frat-pack culture -
! GREAT ARTICLE by Tett ! tip of the iceberg. "money and hubris is involved." - Sheryl Sandberg's 'book for the white, privileged & entitled ivy league girls' is a drop in the ocean. Instead of having girls getting a beautician degree at college for the service industry; fighting the hard fight/competing head to head for little pie there is * || - - Tinder's sexual harassment scandal is not a surprise. It's another wake-up call How many Silicon Valley sexism stories must we endure before 'entrepreneurs' get serious about diversity? + + +
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july 2014 by asterisk2a
Jen McCabe Talks Women In Venture | Ask A VC - Ask A VC | TechCrunch TV
Women in workforce and future society, 2nd part of conversation. Jen McCabe. Shery Sandberg; "ruthlessly prioritize."
Women  in  Tech  workforce  Silicon  Valley  glass  ceiling  social  society  social  science  social  study  Sheryl  Sandberg  career  advice  work  life  balance  gender  inequality  gender  politics  gender  asymmetry  gender  bias  gender  equality  gender  norms  gender  role  gender  discrimination  gender  policing  gender  gap  diversity 
june 2014 by asterisk2a
Jill Abramson was everything to young women at the New York Times.
The media called her “brusque” and  “polarizing.” But to young women at the New York Times, Jill Abramson was everything. [...] The mark Abramson made on her female employees wasn’t just a matter of optics. Abramson was committed to increasing women’s representation at the paper, and she got results. || + + + ""Understand: every attack on Hillary Clinton for not knowing her place is an attack on you."" +
Jill  Abramson  leadership  glass  ceiling  everyday  sexism  sexism  sexismus  cliche  stereotype  prejudice  stigma  gender  politics  gender  policing  gender  inequality  gender  equality  income  inequality  gender  bias  gender  discrimination  gender-based  harassment  gender-based  discrimination  discrimination  NYT  nytimes  New  York  Times  Hillary  Clinton  Angela  Merkel  Sheryl  Sandberg  Marissa  Mayer  gender  asymmetry  Nora  Ephron  Commencement  speech  fungible 
may 2014 by asterisk2a
Sheryl Sandberg: Facebooks Chefin feuert Karriere-Frauen an - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Sie fordert, sich endlich von dem Glauben zu verabschieden, dass irgendwann schon einer vorbeikommt, der einem die Krone aufsetzen wird, wenn man nur seine Arbeit macht. [...] Und sie schildert die vielen "internen Barrieren", geschlechtsspezifische, anerzogene Stereotype, die es zu überwinden gelte und mit denen auch sie zu kämpfen gehabt habe. Erst nachdem sie ihr Schwager dazu aufgefordert habe, endlich zu verhandeln wie ein Mann, habe sie bei ihrem Einstieg bei Facebook nicht gleich das erste Gehaltsangebot akzeptiert.
Frauen  Quote  minority  Frauen  Debatte  society  stereotype  negotiating  book  Sheryl  Sandberg  feminism  culture  glass  ceiling 
march 2013 by asterisk2a

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