Keeping mum in the workplace

Female leaders are discovering that the ‘mothering’ skills they acquire on maternity leave are also distinctly new talents critical to successful leadership Research carried out in the financial services sector to evaluate how group coaching supports women returning to work shows a radical view of motherhood. Instead of a hindrance, it is embraced as a development opportunity and a way to retain female – particularly leadership – talent. Diversity is high on the agenda of global financial services organisation Citigroup and it was keen to explore the impact on, and experiences of, women participating in its coaching workshops, developed by […]

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  1. […] woman as the “black box”) holds great potential and is an example of accelerated learning”. As Liz Hall, editor of Coaching at Work, put it: “Female leaders are discovering that the ‘mothering’ skills they acquire on maternity leave […]

  2. […] woman as the “black box”) holds great potential and is an example of accelerated learning”. As Liz Hall, editor of Coaching at Work, put it: “Female leaders are discovering that the ‘mothering’ skills they acquire on maternity leave […]

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