Women must find solutions so that their careers and childcare are both sustainable, enjoyable and rewarding, financially and emotionally.

Yasmina Rauber

Yasmina Rauber

Global Woman Magazine

With over 25 years experience in the corporate world, Yasmina turned to coaching, with a mission to guide women to true confidence, career clarity & leadership success. Yasmina provides transformational and business coaching, and hosts her own signature Women in Leadership programme.

Although I personally have not had any repercussions arising directly from the pandemic, I’ve been hearing from many of my clients that unfortunately, the lion’s share of childcare and tutoring has fallen on women’s shoulders. Many have had to put their careers on the back burner while the children were being homeschooled or were underfoot all day. One positive outcome of the pandemic is that this situation has been recognised and discussed at length.

Women now know that they must find solutions so that their careers and childcare are both sustainable, enjoyable and rewarding, financially and emotionally. They are looking for tools to help them achieve these goals.

Through organisational methods, self-care and self-realisation, women can discover solutions to these problems. Businesses must integrate these kinds of methods in order to achieve success if they want to keep their feminine workforce, which is key to their productivity, effectiveness and happiness.

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