In an era where people flock to Facebook to find friends or communicate solely via text, a growing niche of professionals are building groups and organizations that help people meet the old-fashioned way: in person. Those who are successful often attribute their personal success to the people close to them. Goals aren't easily accomplished alone. More often than not, people achieve success through a strong support network of various types of individuals. These may include everyone from professional mentors and colleagues to the child care professionals who watch working parents’ children when they have to stay late at work. With a growing number of professionals free-lancing, returning to school or starting a new career we must support each other! Join us
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A Lean In Circle is a small group of 8–12 women who meet regularly to support one another and learn new skills.
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85% of members credit their Circle with a positive change in their lives.