Invite employees to join your organization’s Network.
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What if the Circles in my Network will span multiple locations?
We know that many companies start Lean In Networks which have a national or even global reach. We recommend that you put your company’s headquarters as the location of your Network. However, that doesn’t limit you from starting Circles in your Network in other regions.
Why do we need this information?
We’ll tag your organization or university to make it easier for potential members in your community to find you.
What’s in a name?
The most effective Network names include some basic information—such as the city where you meet, your company name, or the career stage of your members. The name you choose is also a way to help potential members find you.
What should go in your description?
Your description will tell new members what your Network is all about. You can include your Network’s mission and what members have in common—for instance, a shared company, region, or industry.
Why do I need to register?
You can manage your Network using your account. Plus, we’ll send you regular updates with advice and content to help you run your Network, and we’ll list your Network in our directory so you can recruit new members.
Who should you invite to your Network?
We call a group of Circles in the same organization a Network. No two Networks are the same, so you really can't go wrong. We recommend you invite a few leaders to help you manage your organization's Circles. Next, you can invite employees to start or join Circles in your organization's network.
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