Getting back to work after a career break can seem very daunting and many women returners who find themselves in this position just don’t know where to begin.
First things first, though – let us define who women returners are. Many people picture a woman with two children who has been at home for perhaps five or six years and now wants to return to work. This is certainly one description of women returners, but by no means the only one. Some women are seeking to return to work after their children are much older and therefore their career break is much longer – sometimes even as long as twenty years! Other women have not left work to have children but have taken time out to care for elderly relatives and now feel ready to return. Women who have been made redundant or are looking to return to work in the UK after a period of time abroad also fit into the category of women returners, as well as those who have been studying and now want to develop their careers with their new qualifications.
How to Change
The following are a series of short video extracts which may help in your career and personal development stratergy.
"For things to change, you have to change. For things to be different, you have to be different. Before financial success can occur personal growth must occur." - Jim Rohn