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A 2018 study conducted by Welch’s found working moms clock an average of 98 hours per week. That’s about the same as working 2.5 full-time jobs. When I met Latika Vines she sang music to my ears as she shared her expertise in helping working moms organize their household tasks, avoid burnout, and increase productivity with small habits.
In this Workshop, you will learn the exact system you need to become the most productive version of yourself, so you can get back to what you enjoy or want to do – like focus on your career.
Following this training you will be able to:
This workshop is based on research and Latika’s experience as a working mom of four young girls, a wife, an employee, and a business owner.
Baltimore, Maryland native, currently residing in the Southern part of the state with her husband and four young daughters, Latika empowers working mothers, in male-dominated industries, to lead and grow in their Careers while strengthening Organizations to retain them. Latika is a firm believer that everyone has a life, career, or business vision, and although that vision can get blurry and put on the back burner at times it must be picked back up and turned into an initiative (ACTION)!
As a 3x Author, Career Development Strategist/Learning Officer, Work-Life Balance Advocate & Educator, and CEO, of Visionary Initiatives, LLC, Latika partners with Tech, Law Enforcement, and Professional Services Organizations to develop their Workforce, particularly their Working Mothers, through Career Development Workshops, Strategies, and Coaching to increase Employee Satisfaction, Improve Productivity and Retention and Career Mobility. Additionally, Latika hosts The Latika Vines Show, a work-and-life balance podcast for working moms.
Undeniably, Latika brings extensive experience and knowledge on this topic. With over fifteen years of Career/Workforce Development and Learning & Development experience and has been certified in Human Capital Strategist and Strategic Workforce Planning from Human Capital Institute, in addition to Performance Consulting for Trainers from The Training Clinic. Latika has also received her certificate in Women’s Entrepreneurship from Cornell University.
While growing her career and empire, Latika is the International Association of Women – Waldorf Chapter President, providing mentorship and guidance to women in the Southern Maryla
Additionally, the Career Development Resource Newsletter is committed to empowering, inspiring, and highlighting stories, and career journeys. Particularly the things working moms experience in growing their careers; while providing resources for Organizations to develop their working mother workforce.
What to expect from the newsletter:
Each issue is explicitly curated with content related to the career and organizational stages of growth. This is a newsletter you’ll get value out of straightaway.