It’s important to give yourself and baby time to transition to a new caretaker. Here are six tips to help both of you get there with ease.
How an unplanned baby allowed for amazing growth and expansion of a career for this new working mom, who then sought a new work culture to support this surprising — and ultimately welcomed — shift.
Five work-smart strategies that will help you with the transition from maternity leave back to work, and give you the foundation to feel good about work and family time.
A new job and surprise timing of a second pregnancy left Bria Martin feeling nervous and guilt ridden, for nought. A great example of seeking the right workplace culture.
Stephanie Won thought she could always “get back in” when ready but found a challenge she could never have expected. Here’s her powerful story of perseverance.
New mom Jackie Hanselmann Sergi of KOYA Leadership Partners on missing her old career road-warrior self post baby, then discovers she’s still there — with new tricks.
Warm introductions to other women who can provide career guidance as peer mentors are a great way to network.
Forget “negotiating” entirely and focus on “influencing” instead
Kara is a workforce consultant, educator, and founder of the Ideal Work Lab project. Her mission is to help overwhelmed professionals, teams and organizations conquer work dilemmas, get wildly empowered, engaged and energized, and do their BEST work. She’s a working mother who believes we do our BEST work when we align work with our […]
Katrina Alcorn, author of Maxed Out: American Moms on the Brink, shares her tips on taking time out for a little levity…
Simple changes on how you organize your bill paying responsibilities could save you hours — and money!
Tips for refreshing your resume from an executive recruiter
TiVo executive Margret Schmidt on asking for more in the beginning and how her family makes it work with a stay-at-home dad
Four tips to help you find your center of gravity from our friends at Dot Complicated.
When I accepted my new role with UrbanSitter, I wasn’t the only one who did. My husband and my son signed up for a lot of changes in their lives, too.