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Aug 19, 2017 9:00am EDT
if you work at a car company, a consulting firm, a company in china, where it might be more difficult to create that kind of culture? sheryl: i've been talking about emotion at work for a long time. i wrote in "lean in" that i cry at work sometimes. that was reported that i cry on mark zuckerberg shoulder, which is not what happened. i wrote that i leave work at 5:30 to be home for dinner. the concept that we can be great leaders, managers, contributors, but also great parents and wives and husbands and fathers and mothers and friends, and i don't think these things trade-off. i think they go together. emily: when you said you leave work at 5:30, someone else said, you couldn't have gotten more publicity if you murdered someone with an axe. [laughter] but i think it is fair you don't report behind at the 5:30. expectations of modern workers are higher than ever. how do employers address that? sheryl: it's such a good point. the expectations are higher on both sides, and you are right. when my parents were in the workforce, early days, there was no internet. you couldn't work
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