Our Working Parent Lunch and Learn schedule for 2018 is launched and ready to go!

Lunch and Learns are a flexible, quick and effective way of offering high quality learning and development opportunities to your employees.  This new collection of topics for 2018 are all work-focused and parent-centric, with ideas on how to increase personal productivity and wellbeing at work, as well as ways to get a better balance at home too.  Flexibility is the key with these sessions - you can book as many or as few as you wish; at a time to suit you.  The topics also complement our main parental-transition coaching workshops.

Each session is an hour long, ideal for the lunchtime slot.  Our experienced facilitators will aim to inspire and motivate, share their own personal experiences and give practical tips. Where group size allows, we will involve participants through small group discussions, 5-minute challenge discussions with just 1 or 2 others.  We will work with you to fully evaluate each workshop and hold a follow up discussion with you to identify the best way to follow up the session.

2017 Case Study
One of our long-term clients, property development consultants, held 2 of our sessions – Sleep Strategies with Maryanne Taylor, and Mindfulness with Julie Courtney.  Their HR Director was keen to support staff in their health and wellbeing, recognising of course that it is pretty difficult to be productive at work if you are exhausted and stressed.  Having attended the Mindfulness session myself, everyone was so relaxed after the session that productivity must have gone through the roof that afternoon!

Topics: 

  • Sleep Strategies for Working Parents
  • Resilience through Mindfulness
  • Image Management: Parent to Professional
  • Work and Family in Balance
  • Practicing Patience as a Working Dad
  • Time Management Strategies for Busy Working Parents
  • Boosting Visibility as a Working Parent
  • Making a Success of Flexible Working

 

See more details of the topics here, and contact us to see speaker profiles and more in-depth objectives.

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