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Power of the pack: Why women who support women are more successful


by Victoria Stokes
17th Jan 2023
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Jamie Lee Curtis celebrating Michelle Yeoh’s Golden Globes win

We knew it was true, but the research confirms it - there is power in the sisterhood. Women who support other women and surround themselves with women who inspire them are more likely to be successful in business. And it helps to level the playing field for us all.

“When you meet a woman who is intimidatingly witty, stylish, beautiful, and professionally accomplished, befriend her. Surrounding yourself with the best people doesn’t make you look worse by comparison. It makes you better.” That’s the advice of Anna Friedman, a podcaster and journalist who coined the phrase ‘Shine Theory’: the belief that powerful women are more successful when they collaborate, rather than compete. When, as women, we’ve been told for ions that there’s limited space...

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