Dance back into the workplace feeling confident after parental leave.
Did you know that coaching can bring those hard working, talented new mums back to the party with a bang?
Whether you’re that wobbly parent yourself, or an employer eager to make this transition back into the workplace a smooth one, help is at hand.
★ Struggling with working parent guilt.
★ Worrying about making the juggle work.
★ Lacking confidence in the workplace.
★ Still figuring out your own identity after becoming a parent.
I see you and I understand. I know myself how all these thoughts can hang over you in those last few weeks and months of parental leave and as you try to settle back into work.
It can bring up ALL the emotions, self-doubt and wondering if you’re doing the right thing.
But it doesn’t need to be like this.
Take a look at how I can help you navigate this journey so that you can return to work feeling confident.
Maybe you want to:
★ Reduce avoidable and costly employee churn.
★ Retain your experienced female talent.
★ Help prevent burnout among new parents struggling with the juggle.
★ Demonstrate that you are a supportive employer.
I know it can be difficult to be sure how to best support and re-integrate employees who have been away from the workplace for a while.
Coaching gives employees the opportunity to talk through and take action on the challenges they face in the lead up to, and following the end of their parental leave. This means they are more likely to return to work feeling valued, supported and happy which in turn can lead to more engaged and productive employees.
Take a look at how we can support your employees together.
I am here to listen to and work with new parents in a safe, non-judgmental space. Through coaching I work alongside you to help you move from feeling lost and unsure to a place of focus and confidence about returning to work and achieving your goals.
If you want to find out more about coaching for either you personally or for your employees, then book a discovery call now so we can chat more.
Are you on maternity leave? From feeling excited and ready to worried and full of dread, mums go through a huge range of emotions and thoughts at this time.
But help is at hand. This FREE GUIDE includes my top tips and a journalling exercise. So if you’re:
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Every time I have a session with Rose I feel more determined and excited about the future. They have enabled me to be more comfortable in myself, what I want most out of life and to focus on what really makes me happy.
Rose has the innate ability to make you feel safe, listened to and understood since the very first minute. She doesn’t judge you; she doesn’t give you any unsolicited advice. She was exactly what I needed while trying to figure out who I am as a professional, woman, and new mum.
From my own experience of having two little ones, I know that returning to work after parental leave can be a really vulnerable time in a new parent’s life.
How you feel during that transition and the months that follow can have a huge impact on how successful your return is likely to be.
I’ve seen how powerful coaching can be, and that’s why I want to use it to help parents. So that rather than feeling daunted and overwhelmed, they can feel ready and confident about their return to work.