Join me for a Live online Q&A today from 12-2pm to discuss how to make the most your maternity leave from a personal and professional point of view.http://www.theguardian.com/women-in-leadership/2015/feb/25/live-qa-how-to-prepare-for-and-make-the-most-of-maternity-leave
Maternity leave and the capabilities and ambitions of women who are also mothers has hit the headlines again this week highlighting a view apparently not shared by David Cameron but certainly revealing the sexism, unconscious bias and outdated views of one male MP when it comes to parenting and politics.
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.
It’s the million dollar question.
How to baby-proof your relationship?
You’ve conceived and your baby is on the way but how do you know that the love between you and your partner will last and you will become a parenting A team?
These are my insights into helping the journey to motherhood be more loving, joyful and connected.
The announcement in December of revised parental leave legislation paves the way for new thinking around the pregnancy journey and transition to motherhood for female executives.