- Workshop on professional communication – speaker TBD
- Workshop on planning the break – speaker TBD
- Workshops on financial management - speaker TBD
Caring for and nurturing others is not only required of women, but it’s also often second nature to them. It’s only fair that we’re also taken care of in turn. The potential of women in their enterprises – in organized or unorganized sectors is vastly undermined which reflects in the poor growth of the economy. This will result in a stronger household economy, better education for the children, and greater healthcare knowledge for both men and women. Female participation in the workforce has been associated with higher economic growth in countries that support it.
Men are likewise concerned about unemployment, especially in this pandemic moment. Gender norms and the pressures on men to conform to these roles are also issues that must be addressed.
Due to numerous socio-economic and cultural variables, the number of women and men quitting their jobs or discontinuing their careers is on the rise. By offering skill development workshops, role model celebrations, and mentorship, the The Returning Mothers conference encourages everyone who wants to come back to mainstream by providing skill development courses, role model celebrations, and mentorship.
Inspire and Engage highlights the importance of upskilling oneself on the journey of returning to careers based on the market requirement so that, mapping of jobs with the skills can be done: