CIRCLES 

Together we're better.

Through the power of peer support, Circles are changing lives. While we can’t guarantee you’ll achieve your wildest dream, we can promise that joining a Circle will give you the support to go for it—more than 80% of members say they’re more likely to take on a new challenge or opportunity because of their Circle.

Circle Options

Circles can either be Local Circles, which are composed of women in the same geographic area (i.e. North Shore, Boston, etc.) or Themed Circles that are focused on a specific topic or industry (i.e. Working Moms, Women in STEM, Business owners, etc.).

 

Check out our Boston Hub for Circles that are already in place and meeting. Not finding a Circle that's the right fit? Start your own and connect it to the Boston Chapter! We'll help you recruit members here and on our Hub page.

NOTE: As of June 2018, the Circle Hub will be changing. Stay tuned for updates on the new format!

CIRCLES HAVE TWO PRIMARY ROLES.
Members
  • Come to the meetings

  • Actively participate

  • Share your story

  • Expected time commitment varies by Circle

 

Moderator
  • Be an active member

  • Leadership responsibilities include:

    • Plan, schedule, and facilitate monthly meetings

    • One-time Moderator Training Workshop

  • Estimated time commitment:​ 2-3 hours per month for preparation
CIRCLES ARE BUILT ON THREE CORE VALUES.

ASSOCIATE YOUR CIRCLE WITH THE BOSTON CHAPTER

If you've started a Circle, follow the instructions below to be sure you are associated with our Chapter: 

  • Go to the Boston chapter site

  • Click on 'public' that appears right under the picture

  • Then you will see an option to Add your Existing Circle

Need help? Drop us an email at BostonLeanIn@gmail.com. 

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