Preparing for the arrival of a new addition to the family is an exciting adventure, but it can come with some feelings of unease around balancing your career and family life. As you make the leap from worker to working parent, it's important to recognize the value of planning for your...
Preparing for the arrival of a new addition to the family is an exciting adventure, but it can come with some feelings of unease around balancing your career and family life. As you make the leap from worker to working parent, it's important to recognize the value of planning for your transition away from, and back to, work.
New Relic’s Enterprise Account Executive, Michael Davis, and Sales Leader, Bridie Kennedy, have both experienced these transitions, and they will be sharing their personal insights and best tips for soon-to-be parents on how to navigate balancing career and family.
In this chat, you’ll learn:
Tactical steps to prepare for parental leave and the return to work
How to balance being ambitious in your career and parenthood
How to confidently set boundaries to avoid guilt at home and at work
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Meet The Speakers
Sales Leader at New Relic
Bridie Kennedy is a sales leader at New Relic, focused on helping engineering teams build better software and improve their time to market.
Sydney based, Bridie has worked in technology sales for 10 years in both individual contributor and leadership roles.
Bridie believes that working mothers are the secret weapon of the corporate world. When she is not busy chasing after an energetic toddler she likes relaxing with a good book.
Enterprise Account Executive at New Relic
Michael Davis is an Enterprise Account Executive at New Relic, focused on helping organizations build better software and delivering world-class digital customer experiences.
Prior to New Relic, Michael worked for 10 years in technology sales and consulting roles at Qualtrics, Experian, and KPMG.
Outside of work, Michael enjoys spending time with his wife and one-year-old daughter, while keeping fit playing basketball, and the occasional visit to the gym.