Managing Your Pregnancy With Your Employer

July 10th, 2014 Posted by No Comment yet

Managing Your Pregnancy With Your Employer?


This has to be one of the most difficult stages of a woman’s career, managing the balance between the commitments to both career and family with all the emotional and physical factors of pregnancy.

Are you finding it difficult trying to manage your plans to come back to work when you have no idea how you will feel?

Getting employers to understand that you can plan for a return to work date but this may not be fixed is often a challenge.

Are you worrying about being side lined for promotion as a result of your maternity leave and a possible reduction in hours on your return?

Managing your profile and your value is important and it doesn’t have to stop when you have a baby.

The workshop session is focused on proactively and confidently managing this phase of your life with your employer. Helping you with the confidence to have the right conversations with your employer at the right time, we’ll look at:

The practicalities of managing your professional identity
Articulating your expectations on your exit from and return to the business
Ensuring the value you bring remains the focus rather than the hours you work
Having a conversation that focuses on accessibility rather than flexibility

The 2 hour sessions (2.00 – 4.00) for groups of 6-12 (maximum) are running at the offices of Park House, Park Square West, Leeds, LS1 2PW.

The cost is £100 (+VAT) and could be claimed as a training cost if your business has a budget.!

Here’s what some women I have recently coached said:

“There was a knack to getting the communication tactics right in this phase of my life / career and your help enabled me to proactively and confidently manage these conversations”

“You helped me to structure my KIT days so that they provided a meaningful contribution to my career development, enabling me to retain involvement and control of my career, rather than merely keeping in touch”

Call or email me at to book a place!

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