Plan for the New Job

Relaunch with confidence - the work-life balance.

Package Yourself, Plan for the New Job, Refresh Your Skills, Reentry Programs, Stay Connected & Network, Personal Readiness and Workplace Options, General

Has your relaunch lost its momentum? If you've hit a wall in your return to work journey, you might need a fresh perspective and an opportunity to revitalize your intentions. That’s why we created the iRelaunch Return to Work Conference - to...

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

As the summer months end, September is a natural reminder to kick-start a new routine and perhaps return to work. As we watch the yellow school buses round the corner, it feels like the perfect time to sharpen our pencils, open unused notebooks...

Plan for the New Job, Personal Readiness and Workplace Options, Corporate Culture

As much as it might feel it took a lot of effort to land that job interview, there’s more work ahead! So, what do you need to do to research a company prior to an interview? There are two major questions for you to consider:

What...

Plan for the New Job, Work-Life Balance, Personal Readiness and Workplace Options, Corporate Culture, Flexible Work: Part-time & Remote, Timing

It's been a long road! You've spent time assessing your past careers, what you've enjoyed and not enjoyed about your previous jobs. You determined your best career path, and you've taken the necessary steps to achieve the training and level...

Plan for the New Job, Stay Connected & Network, General

There’s a great myth out there: the summer months are a time to hang up your job search hat and head to the beach. As a former recruiter, I can tell you this could not be further from the truth. Believe it or not, recruiters and hiring managers...

Package Yourself, Plan for the New Job, Personal Readiness and Workplace Options

If you’re planning to attend your first iRelaunch Conference at the Kellogg School of Management next week, you’ve got a lot to look forward to! For many attendees, this event is one of the first concrete steps in their relaunch processes and a...

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

Transitions can be difficult as they involve change. But those same transitions are growth opportunities where we can learn more about ourselves and focus on the potential we have for growth. Just as there may have been challenges when you made...

Plan for the New Job, Caregivers & Other Supports, Work-Life Balance, Flexible Work: Part-time & Remote

Previously published on Grown and Flown

Most people who take a career break to stay home and care for their children can anticipate a point in the future when that job will be done. But parents of children with special needs cannot...

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

With 2019 finally here, February is a wonderful time to fine tune your relaunch plans and set your next career in action.  As a life and business coach, I am asked countless times for the top books I recommend to my clients. My office...

General, Interviews, Plan for the New Job, Stay Connected & Network, General, Informational Interviews, General

Now, we all know that feeling of opening our closets and staring blankly into the fashion abyss that has been lovingly cobbled together over years and maybe decades (those super soft jeans, your selection of athleisure separates that if we'...

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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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“Of course, there have been major adjustments at home. I'm investing in household help. We have relationships with a couple of nannies available on short notice. I also subscribed to a ready-to-cook weekly food service.”

"The Bible of Career Reentry"

"The Bible of Career Reentry"

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