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Reframing Mother’s guilt as a force for good in your career

Redefining your Work-Identity after having children
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 49m
Language: English
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Description

The one thing that holds women back from leading in society is Mother’s guilt. Beyond its biological link to the survival of the baby, the guilt is not just motherly love, it is really our inner Judge telling us that we are bad mother and that we are not deserving of the love of this beautiful child unless we earn that love.
Well, that is not true and you will learn how to intercept that inner Judge of guilt and regain self-command of your thoughts.
You are here because you care. You care about the impact you leave in the world and you care about yourself. you want to succeed in your career and in your dreams but not at the expense of being a good parent. The good news is that You don’t have to. In this course we will help you shift the mindset about how to balance having kids with a career.
It might seem counterintuitive but parenthood is the best baptism in leadership, the best job you can consider after maternity leave is that of people manager. Unfortunately, a lot of women think they should take a step back
If you are an ambitious young woman who wants both career success and a family where she doesn’t need to outsource the role of mother, you are in the right place. If you are a working parent, who is so busy with being a good parent or a good employee that she forgot about being good to herself, you are in the right place
• If You sometimes tell yourself
• ‘I ‘ I want a family but what will happen to my career…’
• ‘can I really have it all?’
• You sometimes feel frustrated trying to balance your dreams with others expectations.
You certainly are at the right place.

You will learn

✓ how to reframe limiting assumptions about combining parenthood with work
✓ how to intercept mom guilt and put it to good use for motivation
✓ how to discover the stereotypes of the ‘good mother’ and learn how to fight them
✓ how to redefine your working identity after having children and turn parenthood into a springboard

Requirements

• no previous experienced required

This course is for

• young women who aspire to both a successful career and motherhood; Middle managers who are mothers and are looking for a better balance; successful career women who can’t enjoy their career and financial success fully due to mother’s guilt

How much does the Reframing Mother's guilt as a force for good in your career course cost? Is it worth it?

The course costs $14.99. And currently there is a 79% discount on the original price of the course, which was $18. So you save $3 if you enroll the course now.

Does the Reframing Mother's guilt as a force for good in your career course have a money back guarantee or refund policy?

YES, Reframing Mother’s guilt as a force for good in your career has a 30-day money back guarantee. The 30-day refund policy is designed to allow students to study without risk.

Are there any SCHOLARSHIPS for this course?

Currently we could not find a scholarship for the Reframing Mother's guilt as a force for good in your career course, but there is a $3 discount from the original price ($18). So the current price is just $14.99.

Who is the instructor? Is Steliana van de Rijt - Economu a SCAM or a TRUSTED instructor?

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Leadership Executive Coach. Awarded author and Speaker
Steliana is an internationally awarded author and a seasoned leadership consultant with twenty years of cross-cultural working experience in multinationals such as Shell, Vodafone, Nike and Kraft. A mother herself, she lived and worked with her young family in three different countries experiencing first-hand the pressures that society places on women, especially as they become mothers. Her personal experience fuelled her passion for researching the impact of parenting on women’s personal leadership by interviewing mothers of different cultures, professions and age groups. A selection of those life stories have been included in the ‘Mothers as Leaders‘ book and formed the inspiration for the ‘Mothers as Leaders.Dare to Dream’ development framework and the (virtual)workshop that she currently conducts in companies worldwide.

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