Staying Ahead of the Game as a Working Parent
Parenting children of all ages and juggling a career with family life is no easy feat. Torn between priorities, it can be a struggle and challenge to feel like you are fulfilling both roles to the best of your ability. In this group corporate coaching workshop suitable for Mums and Dads, learn how to stay on top of your game as a working parent by playing to your strengths, establishing a support network and determining what ‘success’ means to you. This workshop will cover:
- Having it all Vs Being good enough
- Focusing on what really matters. What is your personal metric for success?
- Setting boundaries and priorities
- Outsourcing and asking for help
- Why relationships matter.
This workshop is Ideal for KIT days, supporting staff returning from paternity and maternity leave, or to provide on-going support to staff with children of all ages.
How it works
- Length: 60 minutes.
- Capacity: In order for this to be an effective, interactive coaching session, we find smaller groups work best and we recommend a maximum of 15 people.
- Session leader: An executive coach and working Mum.
Despite working parents making up for 1/3 of the workforce (approximately 11 million), work is still designed, organised and advertised to prevent people with caring responsibilities from reaching their potential.
Almost 3/4 of mothers with dependent children are in full or part time work.