Emma Waltham helps organisations support women returning to work after maternity through coaching, consultancy and training. She has a first class degree in Chemistry and a PhD in Inorganic Chemistry from the University of Leicester. She is a certified Coach from Cambridge University. What an impressive background!
I think I’ve been a bit naive about what the reality is when you’ve got an employment gap.
The Government Qualities Office, in their research, compared interestingly, working mothers to working fathers that working with as a half as likely to have received a promotion within five years than a working father. And what they found was if they did get a promotion, often that was because they’ve moved organisation.
Emma and I have a common point in that we are both using strength cards in our coaching practice
On this episode of the Leading The Coaching Change, you’ll hear
* How you can use an employment gap to your advantage
* What the research says about working mothers and promotion
* How flexible working can help women returning to work
* Why it is important for organisations to have a programme for women returning to work after their maternity leave
To find out about how my online licensed training on Managing difficult conversations can support your leaders within your organisation, email me firstname.lastname@example.org