Sarah Cooper is like anti-Sheryl Sandberg.
Instead of telling women to "continue in," the former Google employee offers more practical advice to women in technology with a new book, from the name "How to Get It Without Christ's Feelings ".
"Ambitious women are scary. In this fast business world, female leaders need to make sure they are not being considered busy, aggressive, or competent," the promotional materials of the book explain. Chapters include "How to be harassed without hurting his career" and "How to bring true self to work and then hide it completely." Each episode ends with a list of "defective items".
Behind the humor, it is, of course, a serious message.
"How to Get It Happened Without Losing Men's Feelings and all of the things I did on Google seemed to be more likely and easy to connect, so that they were less direct with feedback and using & # 39 ; r all those annoying faces in my emails, as well as the double standards I've seen my male and female watchmen, "he said.
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I was inspired by a blog post that she wrote from the name "9 Leadership Strategies that were not threatening to Women" which went straight away immediately with "many women writing to tell me they had experienced & # 39; the same thing, "he said.
That post has become part of the book. He offers such games as: "If a coworker puts your idea in a meeting, thank him for him. Put him a cushion about how your idea explained so clearly. And let's face it, Nobody could have never heard that if he had not repeated it. "
Sometimes the stories and illustrations in the book are fictional, sometimes not, but they have all been inspired by real events that Cooper, his friends, and & # 39; for colleagues.
I got free food and a lot of free material & # 39;
After spending five years in a woman in technology working her way up to a manager in Google, Cooper was inspirational to the book and a new career as a comedian. She is well known for her previous book, 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings and for her blog, The Cooper Review.
Although Cooper has also made a short time in Yahoo, both books and many blogs were inspired by Google mainly, he told Business Insider.
"In Google, I got free food and a lot of loose material," he said.
Beyond laughter for women in technique, Cooper is hoping to let women know they do not imagine it.
That's a very wonderful message in the #MeToo world today. It is particularly strong considering the recent harassment in Google as the company gets clean about how it has dealt with various sexual harassment incidents.
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We asked Cooper whether she was thinking that a copy of the book came to Sandberg. Sandberg, of course, is a former Googler, who is now COO in Facebook, who is famous for today's well-known feminist movement seeking gender equality in the workplace.
Cooper tells us she had not sent the book to Sandberg, but if she had an opportunity to hang with her, "I would like to hear how much she left behind after going front, then leave again, and then go back, and if it's good practice for its abs. "
We also asked her who would model her book after the Lean Inni organization and create an Incidental Women's Institute, with meetings and support rings.
"Yes, I'd love to start the base of an uncomfortable girl where we probably spent all our meetings just apologize to each other," she said.
But she has also had a more serious response: "The main point of the book is to do not worry if you hurt men's feelings, so I might start on the basis of Threatening Women!"