In his new book, Lean On: The Five Pillars of Support for Women in Leadership, Andreas Wilderer promotes awareness within society and families about gender inequality while providing solutions on how men can support females in the workplace and at home. He focuses on five principles that need alignment and inclusion—yourself, your partner, your children, the workplace, and society.
An entrepreneur and business leader himself, Andreas has also spent time in his home, raising his children and supporting his successful, executive wife in her business aspirations.
Now, he wants to share his story and inspire other men to do the same.
In Lean On: The Five Pillars of Support for Women in Leadership, Andreas recognizes that gender roles today are shifting rapidly and we need to adapt for the best of our families. The book discusses different family models and compares running a family like running a business. Andreas also shares advice on how to empower successful spouses and outlines his experience living with a female executive. Additionally, he writes about how children can be affected and how to give them a different view on the “new normal.”
Andreas’ goal in Lean On: The Five Pillars of Support for Women in Leadership is to encourage men to step up to the plate and keep the momentum going in the fight for gender equality. Lean On: The Five Pillars of Support for Women in Leadership is inspiring and encouraging, with a strong message of empowerment. Get your copy today!
“Andreas’ groundbreaking book shares a perspective rarely heard and often overlooked. As more and more women lean into their careers, having someone at home to lean on will become more and more important.”
MO FATHELBAB, keynote speaker and author of The Friendship Advantage
“Written from his perspective as the supportive husband of a professional spouse, Andreas explores the challenges faced navigating this nontraditional role. More than simply promoting awareness, Lean On offers practical solutions for couples working toward mutually fulfilling relationships in a changing society. A truly insightful read.”
JENNIFER OWENS, president, Lakeshore Advantage