Numbers: Study Groups Help Advisory Practices

What separates successful leaders from the rest of the pack? Networking - "a tissue of personal contacts to provide the support, feedback and resources needed to get things done," according to a widely read 2007 study by Herminia Ibarra and Mark Hunter in the Harvard Business Review. The most efficient technique for getting things done in your own practice may well involve joining a study group.

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