A recent Columbia University study shows mothers can go back to work a few months after the birth of their child without the baby’s wellbeing suffering as a result. The key point out of the study shows that the effect of the parenting itself is the key factor.
It is not only working mothers, but people with sporting interests, elderly parents, or lifestyle choices who wish to challenge the typical 50 hour working week of executive level leaders. Are you challenging the status quo with regards to set positions and expectations within your team?
New Zealand has a pool of untapped potential in mothers who have either not returned to the workforce or returned to the workforce in a role which doesn’t make full use of their capability.
As working mothers, we can relate to having many balls constantly juggling overhead and the consequences if one of these is dropped. We all seem to struggle to be truly present on what is right in front of us. Learn about strategies that help us to “get present”.
Returning to work after having children can be difficult. Learn what top tips can help make the transition back to work easier.