The media spotlight has been shining brightly on Stiletto Network: Inside the Women’s Power Circles That Are Changing the Face of Business by Pamela Ryckman. Ryckman traces a trend of women forming networks across industries to help one another advance in their careers. Here is a sampling of the rave reviews Stiletto Network has received and the conversations Pamela Ryckman and her book have started.
Ryckman offered “5 Tips for Women on Gaining Wealth and Power” in an interview with U.S. News & World Report.
Jacquelyn Smith of Forbes.com interviewed Pamela Ryckman for two columns: How To Be A Great Mentor and How Women Can Use Friendships to Boost Their Careers.
Publishers Weekly praised Stiletto Network as:
“Emboldening, encouraging, and entertaining, this book is essential reading for any woman who wishes to further her career while remaining true to herself.”.
Ryckman talked with MORE Magazine about working women’s secret weapon: other women.
The Daily Blog from 800 CEO Read observed:
“In Stiletto Network, Ryckman recognizes a new power trend in business: women banding together to bust through those barriers that continue to impede an individual woman’s progress.”
“Stiletto Network brings to light a very interesting trend; women collaborating, working together and leveraging their collective wisdom to succeed both individually and together… you might be inspired to start your own brain trust.”
DailyWorth sat down with the author to discuss the growing power of female connections.
Dare Magazine called Stiletto Network:
“an …inspiration to any woman who, not only wants to be the ultimate entrepreneur, but is seeking to be a forerunner in the female power shift.”
“Stiletto Network is a movement that will have you hooked. Women across industries are coming together and networking to bring about equality in our society. Isn’t it time that you got on board?”
Pamela Ryckman has written for The New York Times, Financial Times, Fortune.com/CNNMoney, International Herald Tribune, The New York Observer, and The New York Sun, among other publications. Prior to becoming a journalist, she performed strategy work for Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs.