We know the biggest fear for most parental leavers is losing career momentum and connection while they’re away from work. A proven way to protect your personal brand and ensure you maintain career momentum while you’re on leave is to have a Keeping In Touch plan. Researchers from Canada and Australia have found that employees who participated in a Keeping In Touch program were viewed as more committed to their jobs. But surprisingly, many people don’t know anything about their entitlements when it comes to Keeping In Touch days, and managers often don’t raise it with their team members.
In our upcoming LIVE coaching on July 16, we will explore the concept of Keeping In Touch, and hear from three parents who stayed connected with their careers while on parental leave. We’ll explore how to prepare for parental leave and develop a Keeping In Touch plan, and provide strategies for staying visible while you are otherwise invisible in the workplace.
Grace Papers founder and CEO, Prue Gilbert, will host the discussion and a live Q&A will run at the end of the event. Panellists will be announced shortly.
Register for the event below and pre-submit your questions for the panel at email@example.com. Or, have your questions at the ready.