Shortly after we had our second baby, for various reasons, I realized I needed to make a career change. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do next, but I knew I wanted a flexible situation so I could be there for my family. I knew a 3rd child was on the horizon and I didn’t want to give up the idea that I’d ever work out of the home again.

Like many parents in ‘that place’, I lost confidence and felt like the only answer was part-time work with very low pay. Rachael made me think differently. She has an amazing way of working with her clients in figuring out their strengths and weaknesses and in turn, finding a career to suit them.
— Tara Connell, Owner, Head Trainer, CKO Kickboxing, Mom of 3


The Reinvention Package 


I trust that by the end of our collaboration you will:

  • Have a new vision for your work+life that will get you excited about what’s possible for you personally, professional and otherwise. 
  • Revisit how you spend your time based on your newly established priorities.
  • Feel those priorities allow you to better integrate work and personal life.
  • Be energized and clear about what actions you need to take to move toward a new work+life vision. 
  • Have started the process of initiating and managing change in work and in life. z

What you can expect from the REworking Parents coaching package: 

  • 7 1-hour coaching sessions every other week over the course of 3 months.  
  • Unlimited e-mail support (you can expect me to reply to you within 24 hours, excluding weekends). 
  • Gain an in depth understanding of your optimal work profile including task, role and context
  • A clear delineation of your flexibility quota and a plan for how to allocate time based on your priorities 
  • Exclusive access to resources, exercises and articles to help you gain clarity 
  • Homework assignments 
  • Recordings of all phone meetings 

In order to achieve the above we will:

  • Review your accomplishments and experiences of the course of your career.
  • Gain clarity on your 5P priorities and what’s working, not working, or missing.
  • Pinpoint what things you need to be doing less or more of, differently, or stop doing altogether. 
  • Create a coherent career narrative to build on as you move through future transitions. This is essentially your personal brand. It will be used in some form as your pitch online and off.  
  • Develop a clearly outlined road map exploring new career options.