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    Sheryl Sandberg - Image via CrunchBase Most large corporations only holding a seat for one female board member (at the most) is no surprise. But, the role women play in leadership positions is instrumental for companies, and men and women alike can learn from this minority group of leaders. Many wom...

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      Sheryl Sandberg: Facebook’s Firebrand By asking “What would you do if you weren’t afraid?” Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg is teaching a generation of women how to find success in their work and lives. Her new book, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, has galvanized a national conversation about women and leadership.

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      Sheryl Sandberg is COO of Facebook, former president of Sales at Google.... list goes one. Leaves work at 5:30pm everyday to spend time with her family life and I fell in love with her after hearing her TED talk. I couldn't applaud this more:


      By bringing women to the decision-making table, companies can and will excel. (image representing Sheryl Sandberg) | Forbes

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