You have always been one to take action and get things done, but now you are in the new territory of balancing work and family. The energy you used to draw on, the strength of your will no longer seems to come as easily these days. Maybe I’m just not as sharp as I used to be?
Connecting with your family is important to you, but you feel your main job at home is to put out fire after fire. Who has time for connection?
As you run out of the office to pick up your kids from school, you look longingly at the receptionist, sigh to yourself, and curse your ambition. Wouldn’t life be easier if I could simply accept a job with less responsibility, fewer expectations and a lot more down time?
Jennifer worked as a law firm administrator and human resource professional for more than 15 years. Her work in investment banking recruiting and law firm management required that she coach, encourage, discipline and direct people through their careers. She is also a working mom.
After her success in the corporate world, she shifted her focus to provide a deeper level of service to high-achieving professional working mothers who are determined to ascend in their careers, while remaining deeply connected to their families.
Jennifer supports working mothers who:
• Want to take their seat at the table, but are afraid of what they have sacrifice at home to get it.
• Are determined to be good moms — if they could only find the time.
• Want to feel they are in control of their careers, instead of resting their futures on the hopes that someone will notice their hard work.
Working mothers hire Jennifer for 3 reasons:
1. To get the support, strategy and accountability they need to re-engage with their careers.
2. To learn how to leverage their skills, talents and expertise to create flexible careers that allow more time to focus on, and enjoy, their families.
3. To understand and overcome the unique challenges high-achieving, working moms face when it comes time to transition into leadership roles in their organizations.
If you are ready to break the rules and create a strategy that will help you to execute at work and connect at home, then contact Jennifer at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a free strategy session to discuss work-life success strategies.