How to engage working mothers with leadership coaching

Women are currently leaving the workforce in droves. From February 2020 to January 2022, women in the US have lost more than 5 million jobs, with 2.3 million leaving the workforce altogether. And they are doing so at a far greater number than men. Last September, women were handing in their notice at a rate 4 times higher than men.

What’s going on? Certainly the pandemic has played a big part – with nearly 40% of women actively seeking new roles citing burnout as the reason. However, it’s not just about being overworked. A study prior to the pandemic shows that women are more likely to be intellectually underutilized and bored at work – which also contributes to burnout.

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