Michelle Obama criticized Facebook's COO Sheryl Sandberg's "lean-in" strategy as inadequate for women who wanted to excel in their careers.
"The Whole" so you can have everything. "No, not at the same time," Obama said at an event for her book Becoming in New York, New York magazine reported.
"That's a lie, and it's not always enough to get involved with it. -T does not always work."
Sandberg has made a name for herself in 2013 in her book Lean In to take over for work in the workplace. It encouraged women to boost their own careers by improving their bargaining tactics, taking on leadership roles at work, and taking control of their careers.
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Obama quickly apologized for the cursing, New York Magazine reported. "I forgot where I was for a moment!" She said.
Obama's remarks are not the first criticism of Sandberg's approach, which accuses women of having to be the solution to inequality in the workplace, rather than far-reaching political changes.
In a study this year, a group of psychology professors from Duke University used 2,000 participants to study the lean-in approach and the way it dealt with structural and systemic disadvantages of women in the workplace. to test.
A group of women read excerpts from "Lean In" and listened to parts of Sandberg's TED talks about how women in the office should be safer.
. Researchers found that they ended the process by believing that women can end inequality in the workplace, but "more likely to believe that women believe are responsible for the problem – both for the cause and for the remedy."
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