4 things to prepare for when you tell children about divorce. On this week’s blog I share ways to prepare for one of the most important parts of your separation.
How to plan for divorce this Separation September
Is this the September you were finally hoping to plan for divorce? Has the cost of living crisis made you think twice? On this week’s blog I help you think through your options and take action.
Is it ‘Separation September’ for you?
September is peak divorce season – aka ‘Separation September’. In this week’s blog I share why, and what it means for you, whether divorce is something that’s just an idea, or whether you’re wishing it was all done already! There are ways to harness this September energy and I’ll show you how.
5 lessons you can learn from business about divorce finances
On this blog we look at 5 lessons to learn from business finance in your divorce. Find out how to channel your inner CFO (Chief Finance Officer) and get the financial arrangement you need.
How to manage the people in your divorce
What do you say to the team at work? How do you show effective leadership in your divorce without running yourself into the ground? We borrow lessons from the HR department in this week’s blog. Read it to make sure you’re not mismanaging your divorce people (and there are more of them than you think!)
Divorce Strategy: Be The COO Of Your Divorce
Last week we saw how women on the C-Suite are at a higher risk of divorce. And how it’s vitally important as a CEO to establish a vision: this is as true in divorce as it is at work. Your vision will help you build momentum in your divorce and keep going when it gets...
Divorce when you’re a C-Suite woman
Did you know that women CEOs are twice as likely as their male counterparts to get divorced? A recent Swedish study found that the chances of women being divorced three years after their promotion to CEO level were doubled compared to men in similar roles. Are you...
How to rebuild your relationship with yourself when your marriage is over
However long your marriage lasted, it’s been a deeply personal part of your identity. A way to describe yourself. So often in life we define ourselves by our relationships with others, or the roles we play: Steve’s wife, Ava’s mum, Jenny’s sister, Pete’s boss. How to...