Wellbeing for Parents: Making Work (& Life!) Better

This thoughtful and empowering program offers actions working parents can take to achieve a greater sense of wellbeing and increase overall engagement and connection.


Individual Development

Virtual or In-Person

Even in the best of times, being a working parent is not for the faint of heart. The past 2+ years have revealed an enormous strain on parents as they navigated a pandemic, childcare shortages/remote schooling, and a new world of hybrid/remote work. Forbes reports that this group is still concerned about their children, struggling with work-life balance, and taking steps back in their careers . There is a huge opportunity to foster a mindset shift that embraces the positive impact work can have on the role of a parent (and vice versa!) There is also enormous benefit to prioritizing the wellbeing of this cohort: Companies with committed, balanced, and engaged high-performing parents have better retention, culture, innovation, inclusion, and productivity.

This course offers tools to make work (and life!) better in every season of parenthood. Whether it’s crafting the right message to tell your boss your kid is sick (again), finding enough hours in the day to give to your team and family, keeping a positive mindset, kicking the constant parental guilt, or balancing the relentless competing priorities on a daily basis – all parents can benefit from this workshop and the opportunity to prioritize their own wellbeing.

Participants leave this program with the ability to:

Embrace the ways in which working and parenting complement one another

Communicate up and out in an authentic and professional way when it comes to schedules, expectations, and family circumstances

Manage distractions to optimize high quality of work (at work and at home)

Set and uphold boundaries and values - and become comfortable with asking for help

Maintain a positive mindset, realistic expectations, and a “long game” career/parenting perspective

Connect with other high-performing parents to exchange “hacks” to save time, money, and sanity



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