Wellbeing for Working Parents During Covid-19
The Coronavirus crisis has posed a monumental challenge for working parents. In January 2021, schools closed their doors for a second time, leaving working parents with at least a 7 week spell of juggling work with childcare and home schooling. With many parents facing an 8 hour day of work, alongside 3-5 hours a day of home-schooling, there simply aren’t enough hours in the day. This is probably one of the most challenging situations working parents have ever found themselves in and without sufficient support, burnout and stress will be inevitable.
To help support your working parent employees navigate this stressful time, we’ve developed a signature 60-minute webinar to help your employees weather this storm, keeping well and productive in the process. Based on proven techniques and practices, the webinar also includes up-to-date advice on the changing situation.
Outcomes of the webinar:
- Develop ways to act compassionately towards yourself to stay well at this uncertain time.
- Create a personal plan for how to not just survive but thrive.
- Discover wellbeing tools to keep you calm, productive and thrive as a family
- Facilitates a ‘best practice’ sharing between your employees
- Guidance on how to manage the feelings of stress and overwhelm working parents may be experiencing
This workshop is suitable for mums, dads, step-parents or grandparents and is relevant to parents with children of all ages.
We also offer 1:1 coaching for working parents to discuss their individual situations, struggles and concerns.
How it works
- Capacity: Up t0 100 attendees per webinar.
- Duration: 60 Minutes.
- Your Workshop Leader: A coach and parental wellbeing expert.
“I found the webinar facilitator to be SO helpful. I really felt like she was speaking DIRECTLY to me and the struggles I was having. Not that she was able to fix the problem, because it is not really fixable but just to be SEEN and feel that I am not alone really helped me to be easier on myself.”
Webinar attendee, global music company