Navigating Career and Family
Parents often feel their life isn’t working, either for their career, employer or family.
They miss work-life balance. Using a combination of research, real examples of what has worked for other women and interactive exercises, Inge shows ways to improve work-life balance. A key feature is the opportunity for participants to share and learn with other working parents, thus solving issues and learn about organisational support available.
Participants will learn
- Six key strategies for combining work and family
- To cope with key issues of working parents, including: grief guilt, lack of confidence and support at home
- To set priorities and take control
Benefits for Participants
- Clarity on Work-Life Choices
- Resilience for future Work-Life clashes
- Increased energy and commitment to chosen Work-Life role
Benefits for Organisations
- Increased engagement
- Increased retention of parents
- Increased productivity of parents
To discuss your requirements on women leadership programme, please find my contact details here . Contact me today, and we can set something up that works for the women in your company.
Recommendations for Navigating Career & Family
“It was a pleasure to partner with Inge Woudstra both at the planning stages and at the event itself. Inge was instrumental in designing the questions posed to the participants. The lunch was a resounding success and received universally positive feedback overall. The questions Inge created really struck a chord with many of the participants and her style of moderating was lively and engaging, providing practical tips and coping strategies and delivering these with a sense of humour and great passion.”
Alex Underwood, Parents Network, Societe Generale
“Inge is a very professional parenting adviser & attending a workshop in our workplace lead by her was very beneficial.”
Stephanie Lee, Corporate Recruiter, Parents Nework, Intel Europe
“A very well-targeted event with great and approachable speakers. I gained a lot of confidence and focus.”
“It was a fantastic event! I realised I am not the only person to feel the way I do.”
“Listening to other people made me start to clarify my own position and feelings about my position as a mum returning to work.”