Live chat coming soon: expert advice on getting back into the workforce

When we take time from our careers to have children it seems the whole world stops, and begins revolving around the little beings we created. But as women well know, the world indeed keeps turning, the career landscape changes, and before we know it, the job market is very different to the one we left. If you find yourself ready to jump back into a career, but want new skills, or are looking for a complete change in direction, our upcoming live chat can help steer you in the right direction. 

It can be very confronting heading back into the workforce after a hiatus. MCI Institute is keen to empower women to take control of their careers, through its innovative teaching methods.

MCI Institute founder Denise Meyerson will be joining us for a live Facebook chat soon, and she’s well-placed to offer advice on taking a new career plunge. More than a decade ago she came to Australia from South Africa with her two children, and set about creating a new life. She established MCI Institute, and through it seeks to help other women to take charge of the working life that will be just right for them.

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Denise is now highly sought as a guest speaker and contributor to journals and publications, and she’s going to host a live chat just for our readers. Denise will be on hand on our Facebook page to answer your questions on career-related queries – anything from returning to the workforce to tips on starting your own business. So have your questions ready for September 18, 2015 from 8pm – it’s a rare opportunity to get free expert advice on your career! Sign up for the event here to make sure you don’t miss out.

(This is a sponsored post for MCI Institute RTO: 91088)

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