How to avoid the mistakes men, women and business are making that stop mothers becoming great leaders
We are delighted to have collaborated with strategy consultancy, Voice At The Table to host a specialist workshop around on Tuesday, 21 February 2017 from 18:30 to 20:30
EHRC PRESS RELEASE: The country’s biggest businesses are leading the fight against pregnancy and maternity discrimination that affects around 390,000 pregnant women and new mothers each year, by forming a new alliance to show employers how to attract, develop and retain women at work.
BREAKING NEWS: MP’s want action on rising rate of maternity discrimination.
Most women I meet are anxious/excited/stressed out/concerned/calling their boss to change their mind (delete as applicable) about returning to work after having a baby.
Leaving your little one for the first lengthy period of time can seen impossible initially but I connect with many women who equally passionate about their career as their family and have ambitions to fulfil both personally and professionally.
Being pregnant whilst holding down a demanding and senior position can be a challenge – even for the most organised.
Like any new experience there is much to learn but how do you decide what is real need to know vs. good to know but not essential, when you have limited time and energy to devote to your new project?