If you’re a working mother you probably feel that family and work are competing (and constant) demands. You’re likely to be juggling your own expectations and responsibilities about how you should perform in both areas, as well as those of your colleagues and family.
Your feelings are normal. Many women have experienced them before and as a result of that experience we’ve developed strategies to help you combine these responsibilities – successfully.
Our programmes can help you:
- learn strategies and skills for combining parenting with corporate responsibilities, helping you to be more productive, satisfied and efficient in both areas
- talk openly about the issues of being a working mother and share strategies to address those issues
- build confidence and competence in ‘making it all work’ as well as being more tactical in managing your career
Our programmes recognise that working mothers face similar issues in combining their dual roles, and are structured to reduce their stress and their feeling of not doing well enough in either.
As a result mothers find it easier to balance their roles so that they are more productive, confident and satisfied in both areas.
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I found the programme transformational. Significantly, it reaffirmed my commitment to my career within the context of my identity as a mother as a positive, rational, and active choice.I believe interventions of this nature can play a powerful role in supporting and retaining talented women.
Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting