In Part One, I addressed seven ways women could climb faster in their careers. Today I’d like to share some encouraging news from one organization that is setting itself apart by recognizing high potential women and developing their skills to rise. For Lynne Doughtie, chairman and CEO of KPMG LLP Companies, it began in 2003 when she wrote this: We can and must do our part to help women rise…… It starts at the top.

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