Do you sufficiently support your women returners?

Are you attracting and retaining professional female talent?

Have you created a pipeline of women for leadership positions?

Is your management team adequately diverse?

A large number of well-qualified women leave the workforce in order to take up care-giving responsibilities. They usually intend these career breaks to be temporary but an extended period of time away from the rigours of professional life, often results in a lack of professional self-belief.

Unless you are able to attract and retain women returners,
businesses such as yours lose knowledge, client relationships and investment.

Working mothers are more likely to leave your organisation because they struggle with the confidence required to resume their former roles. They lack the tools necessary to successfully manage the new and sometimes competing demands on their time and efficiency that parenting brings.

Add to this another perceived deterrant of a corporate culture that demands long working hours and billing targets, and returning to work can seem incompatible with raising a family. These women therefore either become unhappy and unproductive (93% of women say that it is hard to combine a successful career with caring responsibilities*), or sacrifice their career aspirations altogether.

Which is where I come in.

transition coaching provides the bespoke, emotional and intellectual
assistance needed to overcome these challenges.

And it is necessary to overcome them.

Because research shows that fully utilising the potential of female professionals - by increasing returner and retention rates - could generate additional earnings of £1.1 billion and economic output of £1.7 billion*.


how I can help  

The effectiveness of coaching is underpinned by studies which show that absenteeism, low morale, physical illness, under-achievement and low self-esteem are greatly reduced when employers are able to address the emotional needs of their employees:

Organizations with highly effective health and productivity programs report 11% higher revenue per employee, 1.8 fewer days absent per employee per year, and 28% greater shareholder returns (Buffet National Wellness Programme)

 Of employers offering wellness programs, 67% reported increased employee satisfaction, 66% reported increased productivity, 63% reported increased financial sustainability and growth, and 50% reported decreased absenteeism (IFEBP - International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans)

BoboMama Coaching supports mothers to unleash their full potential
- and productivity - Whilst successfully managing the challenges of parenting.

Through one-to-one and group training programmes - tailored to your specific organisational goals - ambitious, professional mothers are able to
re-adjust to corporate working patterns, create work/life/parenting harmony and resume their corporate roles with a positive approach.

The benefits of creating a sustainable returner programme are:

  • increased employee engagement
  • enhanced employer branding as a thought leader in the returner field
  • retention of valuable female talent along with their relevant industry experience and contacts
  • funds are not wasted on unnecessary recruitment and training
  • a pipeline of women is created for a more diverse management structure

I would love to work with you to achieve these results

Please contact me to set up an initial phone consultation to discover how BoboMama Coaching can meet your corporate needs:

*statistics provided by the research piece Women Returners (PWC)