3,2,1 iRelaunch

3,2,1 iRelaunch

iRelaunch is all about getting professionals back to work after a career break. We work with employers to create, implement and expand career reentry programs of all kinds, we produce the largest and longest running dedicated career reentry event in the country - the iRelaunch Return to Work Conference, and we have a fast-growing national community of nearly 65,000 relaunchers in all stages of returning to work. iRelaunch Chair and Co-founder Carol Fishman Cohen's TED talk “How to get back to work after a career break” has viewed more than 1.7 million times and translated into 29 languages. Join us for our award-winning podcast featuring advice, strategies and success stories on returning to work after a career break.... Show More

Today’s episode of “3, 2, 1, iRelaunch” is a rebroadcast from an interview Carol did earlier this year with Joseph B. Fuller, Professor of Management Practice and Co-Director of the Project on Managing the Future of Work at Harvard Business School. In this episode (also entitled “Managing the Future of Work”) Carol shares her relaunch story as well as her insights and experience on returning to work after a career break, the challenges faced by relaunchers, and the talents and expertise the career returner brings to the workplace. You can listen to the HBS Managing the Future of Work podcast on their website, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts!

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