Get The Career You Want By Getting Out Of Your Own Way

Wednesday 23rd February 2022 12:30pm to 1:30pm Add to my calendar
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​‘I won’t be considered because I work part-time / condensed hours / can’t travel.’ ‘I’ve not been back long, what would it say about my commitment?’ ‘I’ll be up against people that haven’t taken a career break, they’ll have more experience.’ ‘They won’t think I’m ready for that next step: I won’t be taken seriously.’

Ever found yourself thinking any of the above? You’re not alone. As common as they are, these self-limiting beliefs could be holding you back from a fulfilling and rewarding career. But how do you overcome them, and where can you find the confidence to go after what you want?

WIBF and Aegon invite you to view this interactive and informative webinar, led by coaching psychologist and ‘Mothers Work!’ author, Jessica Chivers, where we bust these myths and share practical tips to help you boost your confidence and get out of your own way.

Key Takeaways:

  • An insight into what you want next in your career and why you want it.
  • Knowing how to demonstrate commitment without working full-time, working late or running yourself into the ground.
  • Three personalised empowering beliefs to help you take action and get where you want to be.

Jessica Chivers

Jessica Chivers is a coaching psychologist, author of ‘Mothers Work!’ and founder of The Talent Keeper Specialists. She also hosts the Comeback Coach podcast for people riding the return to work roller-coaster.

The Talent Keeper Specialists are on a mission to keep everyone everywhere feeling confident, connected and cared for when they take extended leave from work. They’re pioneers of Comeback Community™, a digital platform designed to fuel engagement, build confidence and boost performance when employees are preparing for and returning from extended leave (Shared Parental Leave, maternity, adoption, sick leave and sabbatical).

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