Stiletto Networks are already changing the world.
A movement has begun. In numbers never seen before, ambitious women are joining forces in every major American city, forming salons, dinner groups, and networking circles—collaborating to achieve clout and success.
Why shouldn’t more women back each other? Why shouldn’t they be banding together and tipping the scales?
Girls’ networks are alive are changing all of the old rules about how power is allocated and business practiced.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a public company CEO, a middle manager, an entrepreneur, or a freelancer. You don’t need to be famous or fabulous to create a Stiletto Network, and you need not begin with major connections.
You can do this.
What You Will Learn
In this webcast, Pamela Ryckman explains that while each Stiletto Network is as unique as the women it convenes, these groups do have common characteristics.
You’ll hear how these groups mine their collective wisdom to realize their dreams or champion a cause, how they lift up their friends and push them forward, ensuring that each woman gets what she needs—be it information, an introduction, a recommendation, a partnership or a landmark deal.
And you’ll discover lessons and tips to help you build your own Stiletto Network.
Pamela Ryckman is a freelance journalist who has written for the New York Times, Financial Times, and, The New York Sun among other publications and websites. Before becoming a journalist, Ryckman performed strategy work for Merrill Lynch’s Global Markets and Investment Banking Group and for Goldman, Sachs & Co.’s Equities Financial and Strategic Management Group. She began her career at Mitchell Madison Group, a management consulting firm. She is author of Stiletto Network, published by AMACOM. For more information, visit http://www.pamelaryckman.com/