"I am proud of the outcomes we have achieved in partnership with Leading Women and proud of the impact we have had on the advancement women. I am very excited to take the network to the next level in the coming 2 years."
FORTUNE 50 IWiN Leader
From Affinity to Beyond
BloombergBusinessweek has reported that,
“Corporate women’s networks frequently get a bad rap – for good reason. The groups frequently toil on the fringes, hosting ‘lunch and learns’ and book clubs that rarely provide the skills or exposure women need to rise in the ranks….Networks are cheap, usually relying on female volunteers...may become little more than social gatherings, and have trouble attracting heavy hitters.”
If your IWiN is mired in affinity-related activities it will fail the:
By working with Leading Women, IWiNs avoid the risks of “toiling at the fringes” and companies reap the benefits of: