Plan for the New Job

Relaunch with confidence - the work-life balance.

Package Yourself, Plan for the New Job, Stay Connected & Network, Personal Readiness and Workplace Options

Clear Your Schedule


It may seem obvious but honor the time you have put aside for this conference and make sure no other commitments bleed into your calendar. Let your family know the blocks of time/days you will be in virtual sessions...

Package Yourself, General, Work-Life Balance, Personal Readiness and Workplace Options

Having observed many clients on their relaunch journey, one of the things I’ve noticed is how often there is a reawakening to the strengths, qualities and attributes they’ve taken for granted and often don’t realize the applicability of these...

General, Work-Life Balance, Refresh Your Skills, General

So, what can you expect in the new year?

Smart, focused communications. Introducing...The Return to Work Report. A weekly briefing on the latest updates... who's hiring, programs, events, success stories and more. Hitting your inbox every...

Work-Life Balance

No worries! As the leaves turn bright and the nights grow crisp, here are 5 reasons why homemade soup can become your best friend:

You can make soup on the weekend and eat it all week.  Last Sunday, while the rest of the household...

Career Transitions, Work-Life Balance

“Not only was this liberating and clarifying for me on what it was I wanted to do, but it also helped me focus in on the value that I could bring to the organization since there wasn’t a job posting or description for me to apply for.”

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Career Transitions, Interviews, Resume, Plan for the New Job

1. Your Inner Critic Does Not Speak the Truth 
Our inner critic is often fueled by fear and uncertainty; the amygdala/reptilian part of our brain that has protected us since the beginning of time. Up until now, it has served us well,...

Work-Life Balance, General, Personal Readiness and Workplace Options, General

In the past, we’ve featured blog posts on books specifically for relaunchers, shared the iRelaunch team’s summer reads back in 2017, and we even launched our very first iRelaunch Book Club virtually this year featuring the book “Comeback Careers...

Package Yourself, Elevator Pitch, General, Interviews, Validate Past Skills & Experience, Plan for the New Job, General, General

Stop apologizing, say Katty Kay and Claire Shipman in their book, The Confidence Code; then start “acting and risking and failing.” If this sounds counter-intuitive, check out with these five tips from The Confidence Code to learn some surprising...

General, Work-Life Balance, General, General, General

Hello!  My name is Jennifer Howland and I had the privilege of joining iRelaunch in March 2020 as Managing Director.   Prior to joining iRelaunch, I had a fulfilling 35-year career at IBM from which I retired at the end of 2019.  ...

General, Global News & Commentary, Work-Life Balance, General, Personal Readiness and Workplace Options, General

As an Executive Leadership Coach, I continuously hear my clients pleading… "but how do I get back to the way life use to be?" They are fervently seeking a magic wand to rewind to February 2020 or before we even witnessed the term COVID-19....

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A 5-Phase online workbook and support program to help you go from relaunch readiness assessment to negotiating your benefits package. Your self-paced tool for returning to work. 

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A mid-career internship is a wonderful springboard back into the workforce.

“The 40-Year-Old Intern:“ Carol Fishman Cohen’s celebrated Harvard Business Review article about mid-career internships.

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"The Bible of Career Reentry"

"The Bible of Career Reentry"

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Book cover of Back On the Career Track

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