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How can Maternity Coaching influence Women’s Re-engagement with their Career Development: a Case Study of a Maternity Coaching Programme in UK-Based Private Law Firms

C Filsinger International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2012

This article explores the influence maternity coaching has on how women re-engage with their career development after maternity leave. The study addresses the lack of understanding of the longterm influence of maternity coaching. It is based on a case study of maternity coaching in three UK based private law firms. Three key career re-...

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Great Expectations: Can Maternity Coaching affect the Retention of Professional Women?

J Bussell International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2008

The last thirty years have seen significantly more women reaching senior professional positions and a corresponding increase in women returning to work after having children. However, studies reveal that employers often lose highly qualified women, who choose not to return. The economic costs and implications of this ‘brain drain’ are ...

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How can maternity-return coaching complement structural organisational benefits?

C Vitzthum International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2017

This article presents findings from an action research study into how maternity-return coaching can complement organisational maternity benefits in order to facilitate career re-engagement. In an initial step, mothers and managers of two multinationals were interviewed. Based on the findings a coaching programme was developed, mothers wer...

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