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Leaders With Babies
Kate Jarman - Building a Movement for Change in Flexible Working & Being Your Authentic Self at Work

Leaders With Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 39:03


"We've been working with NHS England who last year made a huge policy shift in the NHS to make flexible working a day one employment right and to make roles flexible by default."Joining us for the 100th episode of Big Careers, Small Children is change-maker Kate Jarman, co-founder of Flex NHS and Director of Corporate Affairs at Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.Kate founded Flex NHS alongside Asha Cowey in 2018 with the mission to make flexible working more accessible to the 1.5 million staff working in the NHS. Flex NHS champions flex for all, and promotes a better work/life balance as a vital part of recruiting and retaining NHS staff now and in the future. We discuss:The catalyst for starting Flex NHSHow through Flex NHS Kate and Aasha have built a movement for change in flexible working that has completely changed national policy Why you should be less transactional and more authentic at work How Kate juggles being a campaigner alongside working full-time in her NHS roleWhy it's a myth that if you work part-time or flexibly in the NHS you can't progress your careerWe hope you enjoy the conversation. Find out more about Flex NHS on Twitter @FlexNHSFind out more about the work of Leaders Plus, including details of our award-winning Fellowship Programmes (applications for the NHS Fellowship closes 17/10) and our latest events by signing up to receive our emails at leadersplus.org.uk/newsletter.If you'd like to submit a question to the Big Careers, Small Children podcast please record it here https://www.speakpipe.com/BigCareersSmallChildren

18 Summers: Candid Conversations About Family
Balance Your Priorities as a Working Parent with Dr. David Phelps

18 Summers: Candid Conversations About Family

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 39:29


Being a parent is challenging, but managing your own business is even more challenging. Overcome the challenge as Dr. David Phelps outlines essential lessons working parents should remember to pass on to their children, the role of your spouse in decision-making, and how to preserve financial stability following a professional shift. Continue listening to learn the secret to balancing a successful home and work life.   Key takeaways to listen for The challenges faced by entrepreneur parents How adversity shapes parental decisions for their children What you can do to keep your family and finances stable despite career shifts Key values a good community must possess The major role your spouse plays in decision-making The best thing entrepreneur parents can pass on to their kids   About Dr. David Phelps David owned and managed a private practice dental office for over twenty-one years. While still in dental school, he began his investment in real estate by joint-venturing with his father on their first rental property in 1980. Three years later, they sold the property, and David took his $25,000 capital gain share and leveraged it into thirty-one properties that later produced $15,000 monthly net cash flow. Life was good, the sky was the limit - until the dark day that David's daughter, Jenna, was diagnosed with Leukemia. In the midst of cancer treatments, epilepsy and ultimately a liver transplant for Jenna, David made the crucial decision to leave clinical practice so that he could spend every moment with his daughter. David's “Plan B” (a portfolio of cash-now producing real estate assets) gave him the freedom to focus 100% on what mattered most. Jenna won the battle with the disease, and David still enjoys the Freedom to cherish every moment with her that he can. Today, David is a nationally recognized speaker on creating Freedom, building real businesses, and investing in real estate. David helps other logical, rational professionals become dreamers, then strategically manifest those dreams into Freedom. Under David's leadership, the Freedom Founders Mastermind Community grows exponentially, year by year, providing the pathway to Freedom for many professional practice owners.   Connect with Dr. David Website: Freedom Founders | Dentist Freedom Blueprint Podcast: Dentist Freedom Blueprint | Apple and Spotify   Connect with Us To learn more about us, visit our website at www.18summers.com or email us at info@18summers.com. To get a copy of our book “The Family Board Meeting,” click here. Subscribe to 18 Summers Podcast and leave a rating and written review! Social Media Channels Facebook Group: 18 Summers LinkedIn: Jimmy Sheils Instagram: @18summerstribe

The Divorce Podcast
Episode #66: Tips for single working parents with Yuri Sinata

The Divorce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 30:51


In this episode, Kate was joined by Yuri Sinata to share her experience and tips around being a single working parent. Yuri is a business owner and creator born and raised in Surabaya, Indonesia. She is also a single mother to her son, Kai.  Yuri came to the US in 2007 at the age of 24 with no plan, money, very little English and no identity, but she garnered the will and determination to build her life and business in Los Angeles. Through the years, she battled various obstacles: graduating from the Paul Mitchell school, paying her own school fees, opening up a new business after years of working for others, experiencing postpartum depression and healing after a divorce. Having a platform to share this dialogue with others is cathartic for Yuri. She utilises social media to share what she loves: beauty, cooking, health and wellness.Yuri begins this episode by exploring the various challenges faced by single working parents, and she shares some fantastic tips on how to make the day-to-day that little bit easier.  They look at Yuri's upbringing and how having strong supportive role models around her, has helped in her journey being a single parent. Kate and Yuri discuss her marriage and divorce, and her relocation to Los Angeles. They explore her love of food and fitness and how this has helped her cope in the wake of her divorce. 

NICU Now Audio Support Series
Episode 44: Returning to Work After a NICU Stay

NICU Now Audio Support Series

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 41:29


Guest: Mia Durairaj, MSc, NICU mom and founder of Mindful Return Mia discusses her own NICU experience The emotions surrounding going back to work How to be transparent at work and in the NICU Importance of practicing self-care How the NICU trains you to be an advocate and leader After we recorded this interview, we received news that Mia's daughter lost her battle with congestive heart failure and passed away at just two years, seven months. Mia's family has set up an endowment fund in their daughter's name to support research at Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego, California. Click here to visit the endowment fund. -  The NICU is hard. We're here to help.  Hand to Hold® is a national nonprofit dedicated to providing neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) parents with personalized emotional support, educational resources and community before, during and after their baby's NICU stay. NICU support is available at no cost to NICU parents in English & Spanish. Learn more or get support at handtohold.org Follow Hand to Hold:  facebook.com/HANDtoHOLD Instagram: @handtohold Twitter: @NICUHandtoHold

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation
Too Late to Save for College?; Working Parents; Listener Q&A

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 60:00 Very Popular


If you've been looking at college price tags and wishing you'd started saving earlier, you might want to tune in to today's show. Guest Yvette Haring of TIAA-CREF will be talking about 520 college savings programs and whether or not it's too late to open one (hint—probably not!). In other segments, we're talking to working parents to find out how they make time to support their students (it's Working Parents Day!), and answering listeners' admissions and finance questions.

improve it! Podcast – Professional Development Through Play, Improv & Experiential Learning
124: Five Tips to Making Life Easier as a Working Parent with Raena Boston of Working Momtras

improve it! Podcast – Professional Development Through Play, Improv & Experiential Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 44:56


Are you a working parent or do you lead team members who are working parents? If so, today's guest is full of tangible tips to make your day-to-day run as smoothly as possible.  By day, Raena Boston is a working mother to 3 children, Chamber of Mothers co-founder, and human resources professional for a consulting firm. By night (and wherever there is margin), she is a writer and the founder of an online community for mothers called the Working Momtras. The Working Momtras is a community designed to help empower moms to resign from doing it all and instead lean into their inherent worth. Utilizing the power of momtras (mantras), stories and connection, The Working Momtras exists to guide moms toward becoming more of who they already are. Press play and you'll hear:  The biggest challenges working parents face Key habits working parents can implement to make their lives easier Five tips for working parents to make each day run smoother  One thing working parents should STOP doing, and one thing working parents should START doing Show Links: Want to book Erin to speak at your organization or large scale event: Learn more here! Send us a voice message here! Did today's episode resonate with you? Please leave us a review! Connect with Raena Boston: Linkedin Instagram (Working Momtras) Instagram (Chamber of Mothers) Connect with Erin Diehl: Instagram LinkedIn improve it! TikTok Improve it! Instagram Improve it! Facebook improve it! website Book a Laugh Break Book a Workshop Email Erin: info@learntoimproveit.com   “I love this podcast and I love Erin!!”  If that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing this podcast! This helps Erin support more people – just like you – move toward the leader you want to be. Click here, click listen on Apple Podcasts, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with 5 stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then be sure to let Erin know what you loved most about the episode! Also, if you haven't done so already, subscribe to the podcast. That way you won't miss any juicy episodes! Thanks in advance, improve it! Peeps :)

The Parent Equation - with Ayesha Murray
#57: Katie Flamman - from the newsroom to award winning voice over artist

The Parent Equation - with Ayesha Murray

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 41:40


Katie's newsroom story is not unfamiliar.  It's a full on career path and when she had her children she decided the two couldn't co-exist so left to start out on her own.  But it's not easy leaving a successful career you've taken years to build.In this episode, we also talk about making time for yourself, the importance of a support network as a new (and not so new) mum and how her life as a voice over artist came to be.  Katie's children are older now, so it was great to hear her journey over the years.Find out more about Katie:https://www.linkedin.com/in/katie-flamman/https://katieflamman.co.uk/Find out more about me:www.ayeshamurray.comwww.linkedin.com/in/ayeshamurray75www.instagram.com/ayeshamurray_coaching

The Homeschool Advantage Podcast
The Answer for Working Parents Who Want to Start Homeschooling Classical Academies with CEO Cameron Curry

The Homeschool Advantage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 33:05


Intro  Cameron Curry CEO of The Classical Academies is an organization of award-winning, tuition-free, California Public Charter Schools serving North San Diego County since 1999. With 7 campuses serving in the Northern Region of San Diego, Escondido, Vista, and Oceanside, The Classical Academies is open to all students in San Diego, Orange, and Riverside Counties.  Top three takeaways  How Classical Academies can tailor programs giving the child and parent a more personalized educational experience.   How Classical Academies support parents to work with their students to meet their child's learning needs.  Working Parents can still give their children a homeschool experience and tailor the education for their specific child at Classical Academy.   Call to Action  Resources: https://classicalacademy.com/  Donations: https://classicalacademy.com/give-now/  Social Media Links  Website: https://classicalacademy.com/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheClassicalAcademies  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theclassicalacademies/  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHiWsEd-yoBlPFITix96yUA  Twitter: https://twitter.com/TCASchools  Podcast: The Classical Academies Partnering With Parents    What is Next!  Thank you for supporting this show by listening and sharing with friends! If you like this podcast please rate and write a review of how this show has impacted or helped you!   Great ratings will accelerate the show's visibility to the nation so others can learn more about homeschool and find quality curriculum and the potentially join the homeschool community thus change the face of education forever!!   Who would have thought that we could change the education world with a click and a share!  Also if you would like to hear more about any specific educational topic please email me at realedtalk@gmail.com I would love to support your families educational needs in all areas!!   Bex Buzzie  The Homeschool Advantage Podcast    

Dave and Dujanovic
Wages not a main factor for working parents

Dave and Dujanovic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 18:24


The Kem C Garner Institute recently released a new study on the work life balance of parents. In the study, wages are an important factor for parents in the workforce but not the whole story.. the main priority is focused around support from employers. Samantha Bell, Senior Research Association with the Kem C. Gardner Institute, and author of the study shares more about the findings.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

City Division’s Podcast
Back to school special - working parents in MAB

City Division’s Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 40:18


Hello and welcome to Raising the bar and the People who make hospitality podcast. Jana Puisa and Jonny Blake have joined forces to create some really good content for you. You might have listened to the podcast previously, but now the podcast is even better and even bigger. Raising the bar is a new place to find out what's happening within MAB. From the horse's mouth to you, without any of the waffle. Just real people telling their stories.   In this episode Jana and Jonny are talking to four people, who work in some of our businesses and are balancing parenthood with their careers. They chatted to Steph (part-time AM) from Toby Carvery, Dom (GM) and Sarah (Shift Supervisor) from Nicholson's, and Craig (Accredited Kitchen Manager) from PCP. They all have different ways of balancing work and parenting. In this conversation they share what works for them, their top tips and more importantly they try to answer a question 'Is it harder to men or women?'.

Parents in Tech
From Work to Home Ep. 6: Having Open Discussions, Battling Stigma, and Working Parents with Rahal Kansara

Parents in Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 22:02


The creation of a safe space, encouraging environment, and getting rid of the stigma. From Work to Home is a special collaboration series with Stripe, the financial infrastructure platform for businesses. I speak with Rahal Kansara on how she creates work-life integration and balances her career ambitions with family aspirations. Rahal is from Stripe's APAC recruiting team who focuses on core business recruiting, particularly in risk and financial recruitment. She aims to provide a safe working environment for parent candidates coming to Stripe, as she, herself, is also a mother to her child, aged 9. In this episode, she shares that there is no stigma on being a parent candidate at Stripe, as long honesty and openness exist between the employer and employee. With the goal to make candidates believe in their ability, Rahal encourages open dialogues and discussions within the company. These initiatives help their employees become great parents and tech leaders all at once. To get in touch with Rahal Kansara, find her on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rahalkansara/ Don’t forget to head over to www.parents.fm to stay up to date with new and previous episodes, join our community of parents in tech, or drop me a line.

Parents in Tech
From Work to Home Ep. 6: Having Open Discussions, Battling Stigma, and Working Parents with Rahal Kansara

Parents in Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 22:02


The creation of a safe space, encouraging environment, and getting rid of the stigma. From Work to Home is a special collaboration series with Stripe, the financial infrastructure platform for businesses. I speak with Rahal Kansara on how she creates work-life integration and balances her career ambitions with family aspirations. Rahal is from Stripe's APAC recruiting team who focuses on core business recruiting, particularly in risk and financial recruitment. She aims to provide a safe working environment for parent candidates coming to Stripe, as she, herself, is also a mother to her child, aged 9. In this episode, she shares that there is no stigma on being a parent candidate at Stripe, as long honesty and openness exist between the employer and employee. With the goal to make candidates believe in their ability, Rahal encourages open dialogues and discussions within the company. These initiatives help their employees become great parents and tech leaders all at once. To get in touch with Rahal Kansara, find her on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rahalkansara/ Don’t forget to head over to www.parents.fm to stay up to date with new and previous episodes, join our community of parents in tech, or drop me a line.

52 Weeks of Me
Episode 59: Embracing Working Parenthood w/ Danielle Pickens

52 Weeks of Me

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 31:44


Danielle Pickens is a mom of three, an avid Pelotoner, and a coach and consultant for individuals and organizations who want to use their time and talents more effectively. She is the Founder and CEO of The Working Parent's Guide, through which she helps working parents navigate and balance life and work. Before becoming a mom, she followed a conventional career path, asking few questions. But after the birth of her first child, she realized she wanted to do things differently. She's part of a growing number of working parents recognizing that doing more doesn't always mean we're doing better. On the contrary, she embraces a mantra of doing less and cutting down on the activities that eat up time but bring little joy.Highlights:She pioneered a part-time schedule (3-day work) at a government job and had proven herself to be more effective and productive compared to the conventional (5-day) work norm.Despite her exemplary efficiency, she remained underpaid and undervalued. When she was told she wouldn't get promoted unless she worked full time again, she decided to change paths. To take a hard right into something new, she encourages working parents to expand their network and make connections with people from different and independent spaces and learn from them; small, imperfect steps in the direction you want to go can make a big difference. Do not fear taking those first and little imperfect steps; what some consider a failure is simply data for learning. Work-life balance is not a one-time event; it needs constant re-evaluation and readjustments.The pandemic has given many of us the opportunity to show up and perform even better while working remotely. The work-from-home mode has allowed working parents to keep their jobs and to be more present for their families. If anything, it has incidentally filled many relationship gaps that the pre-Covid era failed to do. Called the "Adults' Guidance Counselor" by her friends, Danielle's experiences and expertise might be the help that you need in order to take your life, parenting, and relationships to the next level.Most interestingly, she empowers working parents to achieve that by focusing on what matters most – and putting their own needs at the top of their to-do lists.To learn more from her, look for Danielle Pickens or Working Parent's Guide on Instagram and LinkedIn or you may contact danielle@workingparentsguide.com.  ----------52 Weeks of Me is hosted by Jacklyn Osborne and Erika Brooks. Check out our website -  www.52weeksofme.net or follow us on Instagram @fiftytwoweeksofme. For suggestions and comments, email us at fiftytwoweeksofme@gmail.com.

Leaders With Babies
Compilation Episode - Letting Go of Working Parent Guilt

Leaders With Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 22:44


Many listeners have told us that guilt is a challenge you're struggling with, particularly working parent guilt. This week on Big Careers, Small Children we are revisiting some of the best tips shared by our previous guests around guilt and learning to let it go.Featured:Wendy Merricks, CEO Jumar (Series 6, Episode 91)Michelle Mitchell OBE, CEO Cancer Research UK (Series 4, Episode 52)Laura Harrison, Co-founder Human Change Agency (Series 2, Episode 15)Lucy Duszczak, Senior Online Sales & Digital Manager, YHA & Dr. Suhana Ahmed, Consultant Psychiatrist, NHS (Series 3, Episode 46)Amy Gibbs, Former CEO Birthrights (Series 6, Episode 83)Dr. Heejung Chung, Professor of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Kent (Series 5, Episode 78)Find out more about the work of Leaders Plus, including details of our award-winning Fellowship Programmes and our latest events by signing up to receive our emails at leadersplus.org.uk/newsletter.

The Parent Equation - with Ayesha Murray
#56: Rebecca Newenham - how franchising and motherhood have worked for her

The Parent Equation - with Ayesha Murray

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 34:48


Rebecca built her business from the ground up, alongside raising her three, now grown, girls.  After an 8 year career break to bring up her children, she had to make a decision about what came next and for her, owning her own thing was something she knew she wanted.Rebecca's journey shows how a commitment to your business and a passion for people can lead to real success. I dabbled with the franchising idea a few times as it really seems to give the flexibility and ownership many of us are looking for.  And for some reason it hasn't got the same exposure as the US.  So it was really interesting to hear Rebecca's insider view!Find out more about Rebecca:www.linkedin.com/in/rebeccanewenham/https://getaheadva.com/Find out more about me:www.ayeshamurray.comwww.linkedin.com/in/ayeshamurray75www.instagram.com/ayeshamurray_coaching

Hustle & Grace with Hilary Sutton
Back to Work After Baby with Lori Mihalich-Levin of Mindful Return

Hustle & Grace with Hilary Sutton

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 28:33


Lori Mihalich-Levin, author of Back to Work After Baby, is the premiere expert on taking a thoughtful parental leave and making the transition back to work as positive as possible. Hilary peppers Lori with questions about maximizing the opportunity to return to work after baby, going from one kid to two, the challenges of FOMO, and combatting mom guilt. Lori also shares how she went from a lawyer to leading an international movement that she birthed out of necesity.  This episode is brought to you by the free mini eBook: 12 Little Hacks for the Mindful Creative Show notes available at hilarysutton.com/podcast Mindful Return: https://www.mindfulreturn.com Parents at Work Podcast: https://parentsatwork.libsyn.com The Abundant Mama Project Shawn Finkhttps://shawnfink.com/welcome/ FairPlay by Eve Rodsky: https://www.fairplaylife.com Brené Brown: https://brenebrown.com Ruth Feldman, Neuroscience at Yale Medical School https://ruthfeldmanlab.com/people/ Maternal Gatekeeping: https://www.fatherhood.org/championing-fatherhood/maternal-gatekeeping-why-it-matters-for-children National Parks Program for 4th Graders https://www.nps.gov/orgs/1207/every-kid-outdoors-program-provides-fourth-grade-students-with-free-entrance-to-public-lands.htm

The Workplace: a Podcast by CalChamber
Episode 159: School's Back in Session: Recap of Leaves Available to Working Parents

The Workplace: a Podcast by CalChamber

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 10:27


In this episode of The Workplace podcast, CalChamber Labor and Employment Vice President Bianca Saad and CalChamber employment law expert Matthew Roberts provide a refresher on school-related leaves of absence and labor laws, including school activities leave, school appearance leave, sick leaves, and accommodating flexible schedules.

Living Your Balanced Life
23: Building a Business with Balance with Austin|Fowler's Steph Fowler

Living Your Balanced Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 39:27


 Wife, mom and CEO Steph Fowler built a business from a handbag sketch - without any background as a designer! In this episode, Steph shares how she came up with the concept for Austin|Fowler, how the brand got it's start, what the messy middle looked like for her as a working mom of four with a business on the side, and how she made the slow shift from 9-5 to full-time in her start up.  Discussed in this episode: How Stephanie came up with the idea for a manufactured product, despite no background in product development or manufacturing How Stephanie built a booming business before leaving her 9-5 How Steph decided it was time to take the leap to leave her 9-5 and go full time with her business Why controlling the growth is really important to Steph, and how it impacts her ability to prioritize work-life balance Why debt-free growth has been a priority for Austin|Fowler What the future looks like for her company and her family Resources:  More from Stephanie Fowler: Steph is a wife, mom of 4, former corporate executive and CEO of Austin | Fowler. She founded Austin | Fowler in 2015 with her husband, Vince, when she was frustrated with the lack of bags in the market that kept her organized with her busy family life on the go but was also chic enough to carry into the office. She was passionate that a bag that was able to keep you organized on the go and also chic, could help transform you into a more confident person. Since then, Austin | Fowler bags are carried by thousands of women around the world who have seen the transformative effect of a chic and organized bag. More importantly the Austin | Fowler brand has an incredibly loyal community of customers who regularly build their A|F collection and are incredible ambassadors in telling their friends, family, and strangers who compliment their bag! We would love to have you become connected with us! www.AustinFowler.com @austinandfowler on Facebook / Instagram / Twitter / TikTok More from Ann and Cortney Be sure to sign up for our newsletter to get episode updates and exclusive tips and tricks that we share on our other channels! Get added on our website: livingyourbalancedlife.com Get in touch with our team for sponsorship inquiries or guest host submissions: hello@livingyourbalancedlife.com Connect with us:  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/livingyourbalancedlife/  Ann's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annknuttila/ Cortney's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cortneygalster/ 

While We Were Working: Your Weekly Small Business HR and People Leadership Podcast
039: 4 Ways Small Businesses Can Better Support Working Parents

While We Were Working: Your Weekly Small Business HR and People Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 31:46


Balancing work and child care is a challenge countless employees face every day. Large organizations are taking action to combat burnout in working parents, some even building their own daycares. As a small business, offering onsite child care can be too expensive, but fortunately, there are alternative ways to support working parents without breaking the bank. In this week's episode, Joey and Sommer share four ways small businesses can better support workers with child care needs. Tune in to find out more! You'll also learn why helping workers navigate child care needs is a strategic investment regarding talent attraction and retention and what companies are doing to take care of their employees' mental health and wellbeing. Sommer and Joey also discuss monkeypox from an HR perspective, its risks, common misconceptions, and some steps you can take to keep your team safe and your organization protected. Key Takeaways How small businesses can better support working parents (00:00) What organizations are doing to help parents struggling with child care needs (03:10) Why many women left the workforce during the pandemic (06:43) Offering child care benefits as a talent retention strategy (10:47) Alternative ways small businesses can support working parents (16:17) What HR teams should know about monkeypox (22:04) How monkeypox could negatively impact your business (26:03) Should your business be worried about monkeypox? (29:43) Additional Resources

Redesigning Wellness Podcast
251: Supporting Working Parents with Karen Schwarzbach, Global Program Manager for Wellbeing and Life Stages at Salesforce

Redesigning Wellness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 55:27


This year Salesforce has been recognized on the FORTUNE “100 Best Companies To Work For®” list for the 14th year in a row. With philosophies such as “we don't define family for you” and “success from anywhere”, they are driving business success while supporting the wellbeing of 80,000 employees across the globe. This episode gives you a peek inside one of Salesforce's many employee benefits - parenting support (and a whole lot of it). Guest, Karen Schwarzbach, serves as the Global Program Manager for Wellbeing and Life Stages at Salesforce. Her work at Salesforce encompasses the full life cycle from family forming through elder care support. Previously, Karen worked as a National Workforce Health Consultant at Kaiser Permanente and as a Health Improvement Strategist at Cigna, in addition to owning and operating her family wellbeing consulting practice for over 15 years.  In this interview, Karen talks about her role at Salesforce and the drivers behind the focus on parents. She explains some of the inventive resources she offers the 80,000 employees across the world and how she determines what to offer. If you're worried this interview doesn't apply to you because you don't work in big tech, fear not, Karen offers wonderful advice for any organization wanting to support working parents. To learn more about my new program, visit: https://everydayresilience.co/resilience-for-self-leadership/

Find Your Niche: A Career Podcast
Working Parents: Putting the Childcare Crisis to Bed

Find Your Niche: A Career Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 25:16


One of the biggest stressors to a working family's household finances is childcare costs. The average household with children spends $9400 per child annually for care, with some areas costing over $24,000 per year. Childcare concerns were one of the top reasons cited by people, particularly women, who voluntarily left the workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode of Find Your Niche, a Career Podcast, host Lori Cole breaks down the depth of working parents' financial burden with childcare, including: • How the stress of juggling childcare and work affects employee productivity • How much the COVID-19 pandemic strained childcare centers • And what you can do about it She also chats with someone on the frontlines of the childcare crisis, https://weecare.co/ (WeeCare CEO Jessica Chang), whose company is the largest childcare network in America and provides affordable childcare options for working parents.

Living Your Balanced Life
22: Creating Adventure and Purpose with IVY Adventures Co-Owner Sarah Line

Living Your Balanced Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 39:28


Adventure, community and do-good projects come together at IVY Adventures. Co-owner Sarah Line joins us to chat about how her company helps companies and individuals become changemakers in the global community while creating incredible memories through travel adventures designed to make a difference.  Discussed in this episode: How IVY helps individuals and corporations travel more and create change in the global community How these travel opportunities impact corporate culture How travel can create personal change The experiences that drove Sarah to bridge the gap to build a company that is focused on creating life purpose for others How she joined IVY when it was an existing business, what the process looked like, and how she transitioned out of the corporate world to find success as an entrepreneur What success looks like for Sarah, and why she believes it's a fluid, evolving aspect of business How to focus on the things that give you energy, and delegate the rest Resources:  More from Sarah Line Change-maker enthusiast Sarah Line started IVY Adventures after leading world wide humanitarian trips, and observing people facing fear, gaining insight, and watching incredible relationships form in a way that created functional teams from highly diverse backgrounds. Recognizing travel as a powerful tool, Sarah left the corporate Employee Benefits insurance industry to go full time with IVY. It has doubled year after year in growth, even as COVID ravaged the worlds of travel and gathering. Sarah brings a unique perspective, built from living such an unconventional life and working through the challenges and frustrations that come with being a changer. Sarah's core beliefs are: the messy middle is where magic happens, embrace every situation and refuse to let go until you have learned something from it, and using science & fun to get sh*t done. And here are a few upcoming IVY humanitarian & leadership development trips that are open to anyone:  Thailand January 2023: https://www.ivyadventures.com/thailandmad Costa Rica 2023: https://www.theivybrand.com/collections/adventures/products/2023-costa-rica-m-a-d-adventure  Alaska leadership development July 2023: https://www.ivyadventures.com/leadership-development-alaska-adventure More from Ann and Cortney Be sure to sign up for our newsletter to get episode updates and exclusive tips and tricks that we share on our other channels! Get added on our website: livingyourbalancedlife.com Get in touch with our team for sponsorship inquiries or guest host submissions: hello@livingyourbalancedlife.com Connect with us:  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/livingyourbalancedlife/  Ann's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annknuttila/ Cortney's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cortneygalster/ 

The Parent Equation - with Ayesha Murray
#55: Parisa Wright - sustainability queen making it accessible for all

The Parent Equation - with Ayesha Murray

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 47:07


I'll admit it.  I know I should be doing more when it comes to sustainability.  I do my bit, but there's a lot of confusion and if I'm honest, some real fear of judgement.Parisa's mission is to make sustainable living accessible, and enjoyable for everyone, so that we can not only set the right example for our kids but try and repair the damage so that our children don't suffer in the future.  Through education in communities, giving people the knowledge to start one step at a time and to be non-judgemental and supportive throughout.She left corporate life to set up her own company, Greener and Cleaner and I'm privileged that she's sharing her story with me today.Find out more about Parisa:www.linkedin.com/in/parisa-wright-b87b49/www.greenerandcleaner.co.uk/Find out more about me:www.ayeshamurray.comwww.linkedin.com/in/ayeshamurray75www.instagram.com/ayeshamurray_coaching

HR Works: The Podcast for Human Resources
HR Works Presents HR Work Break: See, Support, and Honor Working Parents

HR Works: The Podcast for Human Resources

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 18:36


August is National Breastfeeding month! In the latest episode of HR Work Break, I'm joined by Amy VanHaren, Founder and CEO of pumpspotting. Listen in as we discuss why 50% of working parents are concerned that pumping at work could impact their career growth, and how employers can provide community and support for working parents.

Clare FM - Podcasts
South East Clare Mother Criticises Lack Of Support For Working Parents

Clare FM - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 9:03


A South East Clare Mother is criticising the lack of support available to help working parents cope with the cost of living crisis. Aisha Spruce is a mother of two in Kilmurry who works part-time and she feels that the current system means many working parents are left to struggle by themselves.

Model Minority Moms
Ep43: When kids get sick, how do working parents cope?

Model Minority Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 49:18


Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Between COVID and flus/colds/random GI virus raging through our communities, it can feel like moms just can't catch a break. When your kid is sick home from care, how do you manage to care for them while keeping a toehold at work and keeping everything running in the household? We get real about what life looks like for working mamas when their little ones get sick.

The Dale Jackson Show
Dale questions why Birmingham City School are reporting low turnout during the 1st week of school as it's been blamed on working parents - 8-11-22

The Dale Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 6:45


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40 Minute Mentor
Building A Multi-Award Winning Bootstrapped Business with Mags Creative's Hannah Russell

40 Minute Mentor

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 51:42


“There are a lot of cases where I think raising capital can actually ruin a perfectly good business model.” In this week's 40 Minute Mentor 'Early Stage Founders' Feature Series episode, we're joined by Hannah Russell, the Co-Founder of multi-award-winning podcasting company, Mags Creative. Mags Creative aren't just the brilliant team behind our 40 Minute Mentor podcast, but are also the brains and creative power behind some of the best podcasts in the industry. The team helps brands and individuals tell their stories from concepts and planning to production and promotion. In today's episode, we hear about the incredible journey Hannah and her sister, Faith have been on with Mags Creative and learn more about what got them to where they are today, including: The importance of celebrating success as a Founder [04:37]What led Hannah to entrepreneurship and what her first business was all about [09:27] Why the tumbleweed was the biggest surprise for her as a first-time Founder [13:32] The biggest lessons she learnt from building Layer Home [16:01]How she ended up selling the business to one of her competitors [18:37]  Why she decided to jump back in the Founders seat and why podcasting [23:47] How what she's building at Mags Creative is so different to her first business [27:26]Why Mags is a bootstrapped business and her advice for anyone trying to decide whether to raise capital [29:50]Why you should start a podcast and what to keep in mind before you do it [36:17]Why comparison is so dangerous for Founders [42:00]How becoming a mother has changed her as a leader [44:33]  ⛳️  Helpful links: ➡️ More about Hannah: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hannahruss/➡️ More about Mags Creative: https://www.magscreative.co.uk/ ⭐Enjoyed this episode?⭐️Keep up to date with all our latest episodes, by hitting the subscribe button on your favourite podcast platform. And for any feedback on what you enjoy the most and ideas on what we can do to make 40 Minute Mentor even better, please leave us a review on https://ratethispodcast.com/40mm 

Leaders With Babies
Compilation Episode: The Best Tips for Working Couples

Leaders With Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 26:52


Not everyone is in a relationship but those that are can spend a considerable amount of time trying to negotiate two big careers alongside raising young children and the commitments this entails.This week on Big Careers, Small Children we are revisiting some of the best advice previous guests have shared around making dual career couples work. Featured:Nick Wilkie, Former CEO of the NCT (Series 1, Episode 5)Dr. Jennifer Petriglieri, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour INSEAD (Series 2, Episode 16)Ruth and Colin Stuart, Dual Career Couple (Series 2, Episode 15)If you are in a dual career couple you may benefit from our upcoming panel discussion where you will hear from other successful and ambitious couples discussing their thoughts on balancing parenting with two demanding careers in one household.Find out more about the work of Leaders Plus, including details of our award-winning Fellowship Programme and our latest events by signing up to receive our emails at leadersplus.org.uk/newsletter.If you'd like to submit a question to the Big Careers, Small Children podcast please record it here https://www.speakpipe.com/BigCareersSmallChildren

Radio Influence
You’re Not Wrong: You're Not a Working Parent

Radio Influence

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 73:21


As summer comes to a close, Nicole brings up the plight of working parents in a new Gen-X File. Is the working world against them? Or are they just that loud? The ladies discuss and Elisabeth addresses a You're Not Wrong to iPad parents, from her expert opinion as someone who's not a parent at […] The post You're Not Wrong: You're Not a Working Parent appeared first on Radio Influence.

You're Not Wrong
You’re Not Wrong: You're Not a Working Parent

You're Not Wrong

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 73:21


As summer comes to a close, Nicole brings up the plight of working parents in a new Gen-X File. Is the working world against them? Or are they just that loud? The ladies discuss and Elisabeth addresses a You're Not Wrong to iPad parents, from her expert opinion as someone who's not a parent at […] The post You’re Not Wrong: You're Not a Working Parent appeared first on Radio Influence.

The Parent Equation - with Ayesha Murray
#54: Jessy Gomes - fighting back against the motherhood penalty

The Parent Equation - with Ayesha Murray

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 38:15


Jessy has been very open about one of the most vulnerable moments in her life as she lost herself and paid the motherhood penalty. In this episode, she talks to me about creating a positive mindset to define your worth and not allowing your background or parental status to define it for you.She's a TedX speaker,  an amazing role model for her two children and passionate about advancing women in the workplace.Find out more about Jessy:www.linkedin.com/in/jessy-gomes/TedX talkhttps://twitter.com/thepracademicFind out more about me:www.ayeshamurray.comwww.linkedin.com/in/ayeshamurray75www.instagram.com/ayeshamurray_coaching

Professional DNA
That's A Wrap! So What's Next - Ep. 72

Professional DNA

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 6:19


All we can say is thank you! Season 2 has come to an end, and we have a special message for you. Tune in to the last episode of Season 2 of the Professional DNA Podcast. Be sure to follow us on Instagram at @professional_dna for updates and information about Season 3. Check out previous episodes, and share your favorite with others. HOST The Professional DNA Podcast host, Tareka Wheeler, is a Career and Mindset Strategist and Founder and CEO of T. Wheeler Strategic Solutions, LLC. If you are looking for support with advancing in your career or changing your career direction, schedule a Discovery Call with Tareka today. COMMUNITY FOR AMBITIOUS PROFESSIONAL WOMEN & WORKING PARENTS Ambitious professional women and working parents have a unique set of challenges. On one hand, you are trying to advance in your career, and the other is focused on living your best personal life! What would happen if you integrated work and life together, and had a community of like-minded professionals to support, empower, and encourage you? Wait no more! Join the private Facebook Community: Community of AMBITIOUS Professional Women and Working Parents. RESOURCES: - Weekly Achiever Sign-Up: https://bit.ly/31yr8MC - Tools & Resources: https://bit.ly/2NJZHwb - Follow Us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3utdnf1 - Like Us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/2SoXurW --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pdnapodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pdnapodcast/support

TED Talks Daily
How the US fails working parents -- and what they need to thrive | Reshma Saujani

TED Talks Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 15:47 Very Popular


The pandemic brought into sharp focus the crisis in caregiving in the United States, which woefully under provides support for parents. Activist and Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani has a proposal to address that -- something she calls the Marshall Plan for Moms -- and she unpacks how it aims to build radically different systems in order to empower working parents. (This conversation, hosted by TED current affairs curator Whitney Pennington Rodgers, was part of an exclusive TED Membership event on March 23, 2022. Visit ted.com/membership to become a TED Member.)

TED Talks Kids and Family
How the US fails working parents -- and what they need to thrive | Reshma Saujani

TED Talks Kids and Family

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 15:47


The pandemic brought into sharp focus the crisis in caregiving in the United States, which woefully under provides support for parents. Activist and Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani has a proposal to address that -- something she calls the Marshall Plan for Moms -- and she unpacks how it aims to build radically different systems in order to empower working parents. (This conversation, hosted by TED current affairs curator Whitney Pennington Rodgers, was part of an exclusive TED Membership event on March 23, 2022. Visit ted.com/membership to become a TED Member.)

What The HR! TC SHRM HR Podcast
Episode 59: Modern Child Care Benefits for Today's Working Parent

What The HR! TC SHRM HR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 36:28


Brittney Barrett is an entrepreneur and marketing leader, with an expertise in go-to-market and growth strategies at early stage startups. She is currently a Co-founder and Chief Revenue Officer at Kinside, the child care benefit for working parents. Kinside recently raised a 12M Series A led by Wellington Access Ventures and Magnify Ventures to expand Kinside's reach to over 10,000 employers nationwide. Previously, Brittney ran Digital Marketing at OUAI Haircare, the fastest growing hair care brand in the U.S. and Revolve's most influential beauty brand of 2017. She led business development at HoneyBook, a SaaS-based network that serves 50,000 creative freelancers, as one of its founding employees.   Guest: Brittney Barrett, Cofounder @ Kinside linkedin.com/in/brittneymbarrett   Hosts: Mike Thul - linkedin.com/in/thulmichael Jessie Novey - linkedin.com/in/jessienovey   INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP? Please email tcshrmpodcast@gmail.com Twin Cities Society For Human Resources: Recognized as one of the nation's largest SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) chapters, TCSHRM is based in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. With an ongoing calendar of events, we are an active SHRM group always looking to promote, influence, and educate our members through multiple channels. Join Us! Become a TCSHRM Member. https://www.tcshrm.org/ Thank you for listening, and if you enjoy this podcast please consider leaving a review as it helps us reach more listeners.    © MMXX TCSHRM. All Rights Reserved. For Personal Use Only.

TED Talks Daily (HD video)
How the US fails working parents -- and what they need to thrive | Reshma Saujani

TED Talks Daily (HD video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 15:47


The pandemic brought into sharp focus the crisis in caregiving in the United States, which woefully under provides support for parents. Activist and Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani has a proposal to address that -- something she calls the Marshall Plan for Moms -- and she unpacks how it aims to build radically different systems in order to empower working parents. (This conversation, hosted by TED current affairs curator Whitney Pennington Rodgers, was part of an exclusive TED Membership event on March 23, 2022. Visit ted.com/membership to become a TED Member.)

TED Talks Daily (SD video)
How the US fails working parents -- and what they need to thrive | Reshma Saujani

TED Talks Daily (SD video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 15:47


The pandemic brought into sharp focus the crisis in caregiving in the United States, which woefully under provides support for parents. Activist and Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani has a proposal to address that -- something she calls the Marshall Plan for Moms -- and she unpacks how it aims to build radically different systems in order to empower working parents. (This conversation, hosted by TED current affairs curator Whitney Pennington Rodgers, was part of an exclusive TED Membership event on March 23, 2022. Visit ted.com/membership to become a TED Member.)

40 Minute Mentor
VC Feature: “Many generational companies were born out of downturns, so these are times for big opportunities”, with Index Venture's Hannah Seal

40 Minute Mentor

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 29:55


“VC should be a great career for people from diverse backgrounds, because it's really a role where you're judged on your output. At the end of a fund cycle, it's pretty clear to see whether you're a good investor or not.” In our final 40 Minute Mentor VC Feature series episode, we're joined by Hannah Seal, Partner at one of the most prestigious VCs in the world and one of JBM's favourite clients, Index Ventures. Index Ventures is an international multi-stage venture capital firm, investing in technology-enabled industry disrupters. Their portfolio includes multiple 40 Minute Mentors, such as Unicorns Ankorstore and Multiverse and category defining companies like Bloom & Wild and Sourceful. As well as household names such as Deliveroo, Revolut, Glossier, and many others. In today's episode, Hannah shares some brilliant insights into how Index work and what they look for when assessing Founders, as well as some great mentorship for anyone looking to get into VC, including: Why she decided to pivot from Operator to VC [06:23]What skills Hannah relied on when making the transition [07:22]Hannah's advice for any Operators thinking of moving into VC [10:02]What differentiates Index Ventures from other VCs [11:22]How Index Ventures works with Founders [13:10]What Hannah looks for when assessing companies and their Founders [14:52]The trends Index Ventures are seeing at the moment and some of the sectors Hannah's getting excited about [16:28]How the economic downturn doesn't necessarily mean doom and gloom for Founders [18:58]What changes Hannah has seen in the European VC landscape, compared to the US [20:22]And why VC is actually a great career option for diverse talent [22:17] ⛳️  Helpful links: ➡️ More about Hannah: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hannah-seal-78938a22/➡️ More about Index Ventures: https://www.indexventures.com/ ⭐Enjoyed this episode?⭐️Keep up to date with all our latest episodes, by hitting the subscribe button on your favourite podcast platform. And for any feedback on what you enjoy the most and ideas on what we can do to make 40 Minute Mentor even better, please leave us a review on https://ratethispodcast.com/40mm

Live UNREAL with Glover U
Time Management for Working Parents

Live UNREAL with Glover U

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 68:35


In today's episode of the Live UNREAL Podcast, Jeff Glover is joined by our head coach, Kate Simon to talk about how to run a successful real estate business as a parent. You'll learn how to run your day when you have numerous demands coming at you from different directions, and how to maximize productivity without sacrificing valuable family time.    For parents, it often feels like there isn't enough time in the day to get all the important tasks in your life and business done, but we can have high-producing businesses and still be present at home. It comes down to priorities and building your schedules with intention. Even with demanding lives, it's still possible to achieve at a high level, work your goals and have an efficient schedule    Kate will share how to balance all our responsibilities, how we can protect both family and prospecting time, plus how she's setting up her own schedule as a soon-to-be mom of 2.  We also discussed; Why your schedule should be built on the foundation of your core values  The regret-eliminating method for planning your activities  How to transfer your to-list into a priority quadrant How to turn your operations into a lead generation pillar  Quotes    When there's a qualifier around how and why someone succeeds, it removes the opportunity for someone who doesn't have the same circumstances. -Kate Simon     Mastering the operations of the business in and of itself is a lead generation tool. -Kate Simon    We need to get comfortable with our idea of success looking completely different to everyone else's. -Kate Simon 

Professional DNA
Transition From Surviving To Thriving In Career & Life - Ep. 71

Professional DNA

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 24:43


We are conditioned to believe that "surviving" is ok. However, it's time to make a shift away from just surviving so you can thrive in your career and in life. There is a fundamental difference between surviving and thriving. Surviving is defined as “to continue to live or exist” while thriving means “to grow or develop well, to prosper or to flourish”. In this episode, Tareka is challenging you to unapologetically pursue a major shift so you can begin to thrive in both your personal and professional life. Making a shift is never easy, so Tareka is providing you with a few strategies to help you along the journey. HOST The Professional DNA Podcast host, Tareka Wheeler, is a Career and Mindset Strategist and Founder and CEO of T. Wheeler Strategic Solutions, LLC. If you are looking for support with advancing in your career or changing your career direction, schedule a Discovery Call with Tareka today. COMMUNITY FOR AMBITIOUS PROFESSIONAL WOMEN & WORKING PARENTS Ambitious professional women and working parents have a unique set of challenges. On one hand, you are trying to advance in your career, and the other is focused on living your best personal life! What would happen if you integrated work and life together, and had a community of like-minded professionals to support, empower, and encourage you? Wait no more! Join the private Facebook Community: Community of AMBITIOUS Professional Women and Working Parents. RESOURCES: - Weekly Achiever Sign-Up: https://bit.ly/31yr8MC - Tools & Resources: https://bit.ly/2NJZHwb - Follow Us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3utdnf1 - Like Us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/2SoXurW --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pdnapodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pdnapodcast/support

The Family Thrive with Audra & Justin
Yes On-the-Go: 5 Body-Based Wellness Strategies for Working Parents

The Family Thrive with Audra & Justin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 6:15


Welcome to Yes On-the-Go, where we bring Yes Collective members the audio version of a Yes Collective expert team content. This is for all of us parents who are too busy or — let's face it — too worn out at the end of the day to read. But we still want the mental and emotional wellness tools the Yes Collective expert team serves up.  This episode of On-the-Go is an audio version of our 5 Things Friday article, 5 Body-Based Wellness Strategies for Working Parents. In this audio article, our expert team put together five body-based strategies that are shown to improve mood and energy levels and reduce anxiety and depression. This and tons of other amazing mental and emotional wellness content is available in the Yes Collective app. Link to original article: https://home.yescollective.app/posts/things-friday-5-body-based-wellness-strategies-for-working-parents (https://home.yescollective.app/posts/things-friday-5-body-based-wellness-strategies-for-working-parents)

Professional DNA
Intentional Steps to Changing Your Habits That Will Change Your Life - Ep. 70

Professional DNA

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 31:02


Simply put... When you change your habits, you can change your life. If you are truly ready to pursue the success you deserve in your professional and personal life, then you must commit to making some changes. In this episode, Tareka is sharing intentional and practical steps you can take to make life-changing shifts that will help you achieve success at work and at home. Small steps can translate into big progress if you stay committed and consistent. Tune in to this episode if you are ready to make a few small intentional changes to your daily routine that will set you up for the major success you want to see in your life. HOST The Professional DNA Podcast host, Tareka Wheeler, is a Career and Mindset Strategist and Founder and CEO of T. Wheeler Strategic Solutions, LLC. If you are looking for support with advancing in your career or changing your career direction, schedule a Discovery Call with Tareka today. COMMUNITY FOR AMBITIOUS PROFESSIONAL WOMEN & WORKING PARENTS Ambitious professional women and working parents have a unique set of challenges. On one hand, you are trying to advance in your career, and the other is focused on living your best personal life! What would happen if you integrated work and life together, and had a community of like-minded professionals to support, empower, and encourage you? Wait no more! Join the private Facebook Community: Community of AMBITIOUS Professional Women and Working Parents. RESOURCES: - Professional DNA Career Center - Weekly Achiever Sign-Up: https://bit.ly/31yr8MC - Tools & Resources: https://bit.ly/2NJZHwb - Follow Us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3utdnf1 - Like Us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/2SoXurW --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pdnapodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pdnapodcast/support

Holding Space
"Balance" and the Working Parent with Justine Carino

Holding Space

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 46:45 Very Popular


Let's unpack the idea of "balance" for the working parent! In this episode we explore the relationship we have with our work while holding space for our relationships and family life. I invited New York based therapist Justine Carino on to the podcast, and together we share our personal journeys in navigating the challenges of being working parents, unpack the impact of societal expectations and share tangible tips for prioritizing your values in work and family life. For more from Justine: Thoughts from the Couch - Using Your Values to Guide Your Decisions in Your Twenties with Dr. Cassidy Freitas Website: https://www.carinocounseling.com/Path to Peace course: https://www.carinocounseling.com/path-to-peacePodcast: https://www.carinocounseling.com/podcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/_thoughtsfromthecouch_/

Perelel Lives
Nude Barre Founder Erin Carpenter on Working Through a Miscarriage, Maternal Health Equity & Creating More Representation for Future Generations

Perelel Lives

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 37:57


Erin Carpenter founded Nude Barre, an inclusive line that redefined representation for bodywear. Today, she sits down with Perelel Lives host Alex Taylor to share her motherhood journey—her experience with a miscarriage in the middle of investor meetings, navigating her birth fears in a world with maternal health inequities, her experience postpartum, and more.

Bossed Up
How Emotional Regulation Influences the Way We Show Up as a Leader

Bossed Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 35:50


In today's episode, Emilie chats with Rachel Bailey, a parenting & human behavior consultant and host of Your Parenting Long Game podcast, about effectively regulating your emotions - both as a parent and as a leader at work. Related Links:Learn more about Rachel's work here Listen to Your Parenting Long Game podcastEp 346: How to Advocate for a Better Work-Life Balance as a Working Parent with Emily OsterEp 323: How to Lead with Emotional IntelligenceEp 223: What Emotional Intelligence Means and Why Leaders Need It Now More than EverEnroll in Level Up, our leadership acceleratorJoin the Courage Community on FacebookGot a boss move to share? Schedule a call to chat with EmilieGot a career conundrum you want us to cover on the podcast? Call and leave us a voicemail NOW at 910-668-BOSS(2677).

Professional DNA
How to Prioritize Yourself in Work and Life - Ep. 69

Professional DNA

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 15:48


Do you ever feel like you are just a character in your own life? Working to advance in your career and thrive in life can be a challenge when you don't take control and prioritize yourself. In this episode of the Professional DNA Podcast, Tareka is helping you prioritize self-care and learn how to become the Director and Producer of your life. When you try to balance self, home, work, family, business, etc... this thing called life can get heavy. However, when you switch it up and pursue work-life harmony it will change your life. Why... because you are prioritizing yourself and have a full charge to conquer all that you desire in life. Tune in to this must listen episode today! HOST: The Professional DNA Podcast host, Tareka Wheeler, is a Career and Mindset Strategist and Founder and CEO of T. Wheeler Strategic Solutions, LLC. If you are looking for support with advancing in your career or changing your career direction, schedule a Discovery Call with Tareka today. COMMUNITY FOR AMBITIOUS PROFESSIONAL WOMEN & WORKING PARENTS Ambitious professional women and working parents have a unique set of challenges. On one hand, you are trying to advance in your career, and the other is focused on living your best personal life! What would happen if you integrated work and life together, and had a community of like-minded professionals to support, empower, and encourage you? Wait no more! Join the private Facebook Community: Community of AMBITIOUS Professional Women and Working Parents. RESOURCES: - Professional DNA Career Center - Weekly Achiever Sign-Up: https://bit.ly/31yr8MC - Tools & Resources: https://bit.ly/2NJZHwb - Professional DNA Website: www.yourpdna.com - Follow Us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3utdnf1 - Like Us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/2SoXurW --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pdnapodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pdnapodcast/support

The Hammer Cast
Ep. 169: An Effective Fitness Strategy For The Working Parent (Case Study)

The Hammer Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 7:01


Get my 9-Minute Kettlebell & Bodyweight Challenge FREE here: http://www.9MinuteChallenge.com Ever wonder how you, a busy working parent, can get stronger, fitter, and healthier so you can maintain not only your own strength, sanity, and confidence in yourself, but also set a good example for your impressionable kiddos?  This podcast dives into precisely this topic. You won't want to miss it!

It's Good To See You | Working Mom Tips, Productivity Pearls & Task Management Systems

Ever worry if you are short changing your child by working? I love my 3 kids, but I also love being a physician and serving my patients in such a unique way. Balancing work, motherhood and life can feel overwhelming and daunting. In this episode, I interview my 8 year old daughter, Arya. She offers insight into what it's like to be the child of 2 working parents. I'll be honest, I was surprised by some of her answers - I didn't review them with her at all beforehand! And if you want to catch her Monday Motivations, connect with me on Instagram: @drrupawong Let's Connect! Ideas for a future podcast episode or just want to say hi? Email me at hello@drrupawong.com Don't forget to rate and review this podcast! Tiktok: @drrupawong Youtube: @drrupawong *FREE RESOURCES*** Grab my Saying No Guide. Spend more time with family by learning how and *when* to say no. www.drrupawong.com/say-no  

5 Things
Hopes, fears & fatherhood: Dads tell what makes a good parent on Father's Day 2022

5 Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 21:59 Very Popular


This one's for the dads. Whether you have fond memories of time spent with your dad, time spent with a father figure in your life or you remember back to the time you first became a dad. This episode is for you.USA Today's James Brown and Music Journalist Saby Reyes-Kulkarni sat down to discuss the ups and downs, hopes and fears and expectations versus reality of parenting; including becoming a father after 40.Reyes-Kulkarni shares the eye opening moment when he saw himself in his four-and-a-half year old daughter for the first time and what it was like 'arguing with yourself.'Reyes-Kulkarni said of his daughter, "She's very particular. And I like it! Because I have an instant kinship with it, even though it's mostly directed at me."James and USA Today's Tim Gardner discuss what it's like to have and raise twin boys, how priorities shift with children and how his father was a good example of fatherhood.To follow James Brown on Twitter, click here.You can find articles written by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni in Spin, Billboard, Paste, Pitchfork and Bandcamp.To follow Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on Twitter, click here.You can also subscribe to Saby's substack by clicking here.To follow Tim Gardner on Twitter, click here.Episode Transcript available hereAlso available at art19.com/shows/5-ThingsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.