"Stiletto networks" help women get ahead

05/20/2013 | Forbes

So-called "stiletto networks," or groups designed to help women meet with one another and move forward in their careers, are popping up across the country. "[W]hat makes these groups unique is the intimacy involved," said Pamela Ryckman, a journalist who has written a book on the topic. The most successful stiletto networks tend to include women from diverse fields, make use of social media and set aside time for each member to explain what sort of help she needs, Ryckman said.

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