We sometimes come across organisations that we consider partners that offer real value to the working mums, working parents and client companies we work with. We’d like to recommend them to you.
Partners for Working Mums and Parents
Talented Ladies Club
We met Hannah and Cary in 2012 and loved the values they brought to one of the most welcoming and professional sites we’ve seen.
Talented Ladies Club is a magazine-style website packed with advice and inspiration for ambitious working mums. Like us, Talented Ladies Club believes it is possible for working mums to build a career or business they love and enjoy a rewarding family life. They’re here to help you achieve it. Every day on their site you’ll find practical help, Inspiring stories and Invaluable knowledge.
Talented Ladies Club Activate
Are you desperate to make a change in your life but don’t have a clue how to start? Tried to change career, launch yourself as a freelancer or start a business but got stuck? Got lots of brilliant ideas, but lack the courage or conviction to take the first step – or don’t even know what that step is?
Activate is a members’ club, packed with invaluable resources and easy steps to help you confidently work towards the life you want. Sign-up and in just a few hours a week, Activates’ downloadable tools, step by step guides and community discussions will help you make steady progress towards your goals.
Read more about Activate here at www.talentedladiesclub.com
Jessica Chivers Consulting – The Talent Keeper Specialists
In an ideal world talk of gender diversity, leaky talent pipes, quotas for women on boards and chatter about the ideal length of maternity leave will be redundant. Jessica Chivers Consulting works with employers to help them keep, support and stretch their female employees until it is.
Jessica and her experienced colleagues create professional, engaging and sensitive programmes for employers and their employees. It could be a maternity leave ‘comeback coaching’ to support the return of working mums and their reengagement into their workplaces. Or it could be useful workshops and skill sessions for line managers, to help create good outcomes for returners and their teams, along with culture-shaping solutions so they can hang on to female talent for longer.
Find out more at http://talentkeepers.co.uk/ or contact us and we’ll put you touch.