Dec 18, 2020
Margret Steinle is working for the City of Munich in Germany and organizes the project power_m Perspektive Wiedereinstieg.
It is Germany’s largest project for supporting professionals to return to work after an extended career break.
power_m advises about 500 women each year and is funded by the EU, the German Ministry for Women and Families, as well as the City of Munich. Margret studied business administration and has experience in the banking, communications, and consulting industry. A mother of three, she works part-time and knows all about balancing „two“ jobs.
How to reach Margret:
Margret Steinle: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some English information as part of the https://eurocities.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/2019_Munich_Employment_and_Qualification_Program__MBQ_.pdf - power_m is on page 8 and 9.
What Margret and I spoke about:
2:34 How did she start working for power_m?
4:13 How did power_m get started?
6:08 Typical profile of a returner
8:49 Flexible jobs & returning professionals
10:25 The Sandwich generation
13:50 Impact of covid on power_m
18:50 How are employers involved with power_m?
23:55 Transferable business skills from unpaid care work
27:30 Tech skills & returners
32:42 power_m alumni
35:52 Financial support of power_m
40:29 How did they start reaching out to potential power_m participants initially?
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