Just too tired to lean in

A leader I used to work for once told me "it's always hottest on the nose cone of the rocket".  Her point was that when you lead, and especially when you're driving big change, you will have to learn to tolerate the friction created by critics and naysayers.  It was her way of coaching me … Continue reading Just too tired to lean in


Today's guest post is from my friend and colleague at Kronos, Laura Souza.   Laura, a high performing professional, also has two young daughters at home.  The following is her reaction to the furor over Sheryl Sandberg's new book, and her reflection on what it means to be deliberate about our work-life choices.  Because climbing the … Continue reading Leaning…Out