Mastering the Mommy Track (Paperback)

Juggling Career and Kids in Uncertain Times

By Erin Flynn Jay

John Hunt Publishing, 9781780991238, 197pp.

Publication Date: September 16, 2012

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Description

Many working mothers today face great tension between their families and careers. They are more likely than men to feel pressed for time and conflicted about being away from young children while working. They are also more likely to seek out help or guidance. Mastering the Mommy Track tells the stories of everyday working mothers, the challenges they have faced, and lessons learned. It also offers solutions from experts on how mothers can overcome current issues in order to lead happy, healthy lives at home and work.


About the Author

Erin Flynn Jay has been a writer, publicist and communications consultant for small to mid-sized companies in all industries since August 2001. Erin has expertise in getting unknown experts their first media placements. From 2002 to 2005, Erin worked as an in-house consultant for a literary PR agency in New York City, where she booked city tours, radio tours and speaking engagements for authors in addition to placing them in newspapers and magazines. Before becoming self employed, Erin worked at D.E.I. Management Group, Inc., an international sales training company as a writer and editor for over four years. Her primary role there was to customize hundreds of training programs each year for Fortune 500 clients in every field. As a Managing Editor of Stephan Schiffman's Executive Sales Briefing, she recruited writers and edited this monthly publication. In 2010, Erin wrote extensively about timely professional coaching topics for www.coachingcommons.org. Erin's articles have appeared in diverse publications including careerbuilder.com, MSN Careers, Brandweek, Costco Connection, Opportunity World, Sales and Marketing Excellence, The New York Enterprise Report and Wealth Manager.Erin received a B.A. in Communication from the University of Scranton in PA."