Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant, The New York Times, January 12, 2015

When a woman speaks in a professional setting, she walks a tightrope. Either she’s barely heard or she’s judged as too aggressive. When a man says virtually the same thing, heads nod in appreciation for his fine idea. As a result, women often decide that saying less is more. This article’s authors share their observations of why women stay quiet at work. […read more]