Every day companies lose skilled, female employees due to stress associated with balancing work and home. Many women choose to be full-time mothers, but others feel forced to leave work. A large number of challenges faced by women can be addressed through training.
A Programme of empowerment
This one-day programme will help you to:
Find your new values as you transition from baby’s primary carer to the office. Understand how to manage relationships in the workplace before your first day back. Timetable your new life, making room for planned and unexpected events. Share experiences, and learn from like-minded women.
This sea-side retreat is designed to allow you to:
Escape the city and screens with group work, debates and pair work. Build return-to-work strategies through letter writing, journaling and storytelling. Analyse case studies to tackle practical issues in the workplace. Create a network of like-minded women.
Contact your employer to find out if this programme can be added to your professional development plan. Your company may even allow you to use Keep in Touch days to complete the training.
The first course will take place on Friday 21st February 2020 in Ballygally, a seaside village 40 minutes from Belfast. The cost is £300 per person and includes tea and a light lunch.
Follow up one-to-one phone calls to monitor progress after the Keep in Touch programme are optional. Quotations are available upon request.
Before commencing my writing and consultancy business in 2015, I worked at Texthelp Ltd in the IT sector as a senior manager, where I managed the sales, marketing and training departments within the Education Division of the company.
With twenty years of business expertise behind me, I am now bridging my experiences of management and writing to help mothers transition from maternity leave to the workplace. I believe that women can re-write their own story before they’ve even stepped back into the workplace.
Profile & Children photographs by Bernie McAllister