SUPPORTING AND EMPOWERING
WORKING PARENTS

Finding balance and fulfilment as a working parent can be complicated and comes with its unique emotional, physical and logistical challenges. 

I’ll help you identify how you want your work and life to be and to understand what is holding you back. I’ll support you to identify and create a life that aligns with your values and motivations, enabling you to thrive.

Working together, I’ll support you to:​

  • Manage your emotional, physical and logistical responsibilities of parenthood and work

  • Build confidence and self-belief so you can effectively balance a thriving career and parenthood

  • Develop your self-awareness to understand what is going on for you, and find strategies to respond to and manage this

  • Return to work confidently and motivated after maternity or other leave

  • Gain confidence in negotiating flexible and agile working patterns

  • Explore career progression or change - identifying your values, strengths and areas for growth

  • Dedicate time to focus on YOU in your world where self-care can easily slip to the bottom of the pile. ​

 

Support to Working Parents is offered through one to one coaching and group coaching through organisations. 

Benefits to the organisation:​

  • Happy, confident staff who feel supported and understood, not judged and penalised - enabling them to get on with their jobs in an effective and efficient manner

  • Increased productivity: Being able to manage life’s priorities and commitments in a healthy and agile way means a clearer, undistracted, less anxious focus on work commitments

  • Committed, engaged and loyal staff who aspire to grow and develop within the organisation

  • Retention of talented women - particularly at a senior level - who can drive forward the vision of the organisation

  • An embedded culture of understanding and support, and a reputation for being a great place to work - therefore attracting even more talent and loyalty

Related blog: Supporting women to return well after maternity leave - by Ali McNab