Two thirds of working moms are burnt out, and 88% of moms say that being a parent is harder than ever. It’s no wonder that careers are slowing down for many moms, with 43% stepping away from the workforce post-kids altogether.
But here’s another reality: Being a working mom can actually help you kick butt at your career.
For Uplift founder Kari Clark (your session leader) having kids “made me even better at my job at Google”— and she’s not alone. More than 150 women at the top of their fields have had similar experiences, whose insights form the basis of this session. You’ll learn that while being a parent is far from easy, it’s also the perfect platform for adopting new habits that help you thrive at work, at home and everywhere in between.
In this session, we’ll cover:
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Kari Clark founded Uplift out of her own experience. She has two kids (ages 6 and 4) who both made her better at her job and life. Post-kids, she made a significant career shift, saw improved performance reviews, lost 45 pounds and gave away half of her possessions. Life changes like having a baby are proven to be great times to adopt new habits. She wants to rewrite the script on what being a working mom means. Before Uplift, Kari worked at Google for eight years in marketing and product management. She invented their Live Case product ...
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