WEBINAR: Culture and the Dual Career Dilemma

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Culture and the Dual Career Dilemma How does culture affect dual career dilemmas and decisions? Join Yvonne Quahe, author of Whose Career - Yours, Mine or Ours, as she unpacks the impact of culture on careers, and more particularly women’s careers. She will share how the CARE Code can help better decision making. The book is based on both her personal experience of being a globally mobile dual career couple as well as more than 15 years of experience working with a multicultural clients. Registration = FREE for current SIETAR USA members in good standing Registration = $25.00 for nonmembers About the Presenter Yvonne Quahe is Singaporean by birth, a sociologist by training, a facilitator, coach, HR professional and author. She has walked in the shoes of her clients, having lived abroad as a working professional and accompanying partner in Hong Kong, Singapore, the Philippines, the UK and now the USA. While experiencing the challenges and rewards of being part of a Dual Career Couple in a bicultural marriage, Yvonne is also mother to two third culture children who changed schools three times. Professionally, she is passionate about helping individuals manage their careers by providing results-focused coaching, which harnesses their brains to improve the quality of their career and life. She has expertise in challenging and supporting clients as they navigate change and career dilemmas and is an ardent advocate of helping Dual Career women find their voice. Yvonne has spent the last 13 years of her career designing and developing programs for Dual Career families in support of the World Bank Group's efforts to facilitate talent mobility. She is currently the Career and Program Advisor at the World Bank Group Family Network.

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