Women are more likely to make changes in jobs and career paths than men. It is estimated that 43% of highly qualified working mothers leave the workforce at some point in their lives and stay out an average of two years.
Today, the good news is that many people retire when they are still vigorous and active — and want to think about a meaningful “Act 2” (or 3 or 4).
Are you thinking about changing jobs or careers because:
- You have been let go or your position has been terminated?
- You feel like you are in a dead end job?
- You are ready for a new challenge?
- You’ve decided it is time for you to take a leap?
- You want to pursue your dreams?
- You are ready to enter or re-enter the workforce?
- A new opportunity has arisen?
Are you approaching retirement?
Would you like a thought partner to help you…
- Envision and clarify your career goals
- Highlight your strengths and skills
- Deal with the emotional aspects of this major change for you, your family (possibly your organization)
- Identify and assess options
- Create an action plan for seeking and attaining your next role
- Strategize about the best way to leave your current position (for you and your organization)
- Plan for on-boarding into your new role