“If you ask men why they did a good job, they’ll say, ‘I’m awesome. Obviously. Why are you even asking?’ If you ask women why they did a good job, what they’ll say is someone helped them, they got lucky, they worked really hard.”
There has been a lot of news lately about leaning. Lean In, Lean On, Leaning Together, etc. etc. Sheryl Sandberg has a lot to say about women in the workforce. Not all of it is easy to hear, but what the bulk of the articles are tending to focus on is finding a partner who can share what needs to be done both at work and at home. Yes, for some people finding a partner is important. However, the one thing no one is focusing on is what Sandberg refers to as The Imposter Syndrome.