How to change your career after 40

By leahlambart
9 April 2018

I was delighted to be asked to be a contributor to the fantastic online community supporting mums; CircleIn.  If you are a working mum, or planning to be in the near future, then CircleIn is your go to website for all the resources and case studies you need to ensure that you have a smooth transition back to work after maternity leave.

For many women, returning to work after having a baby involves a complete career self-asessment.  Often our values change significantly after having a baby and as a result many women don’t necessarily wish to return to their previous role or employer.  They are then left with the option to find a different role in a more flexible environment, to start their own business or to consider a complete career change.

How then to make a career change after 40?

Making a career change later in life isn’t easy, but it is definitely possible.  This article outlines my top 8 tips for making a successful career change after the age of 40.

https://www.circlein.com.au/eight-tips-for-changing-your-career-after-40/

If you are requiring some assistance with your return to work or are considering a career change, please don’t hesitate to contact me at leah@relaunchme.com.au to organise a 15 minute free clarity call.

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