More and More Women are Poised to Corporate Success
Released on: August 05, 2011, 11:53 am
Karen Delos Reyes
August 5, 2011. There are many reasons why more and more women are poised to corporate success. The biggest reason is that there are simply more women in the corporate office than ever before.
Six out of ten college graduates are now women, so six out of ten professionals entering the workforce are women. In some fields such as law, women now outnumber men. As the number of women increases the number of women in the top roles will increase.
As more and more women are poised for corporate success, organizations for women will become more important. Women will need advocates and groups to fight for their rights.
Networking Breaks the Glass Ceiling
Even though more women are poised for success the glass ceiling is firmly in place in many industries and companies. Women will need organizations capable of standing by them and helping them break through.
One such organization is the National Association of Professional Women or NAPW. By networking through such an organization women can learn of opportunities and create support systems that can help them break through to the next level.
Corporate success requires networking and communication as well as hard work. Successful executives need to know about opportunities and they need business contacts. Experts note that networking is still the best way to find a job.
The more contacts you make in corporate America , the higher you can rise. Contacts can lead to jobs, sales and many other opportunities. Nobody can have too many contacts.
Networking is about making contacts and cultivating contacts to make more contacts. More women are poised for corporate success because they are bettering at networking and making contacts than men are.
If you want to join those who are poised for corporate success you will need to network. The more networking opportunities that you can find and take advantage of the more likely you will be to succeed.
Contact: Karen Delos Reyes
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