What are the factors that keep your talented people on board through parental leave and return, and keep them progressing afterwards? What do leading employers do to increase the chances of success? And where does coaching fit into the mix?
We’re delighted to invite you to our webinar running today at 11am, where we’ll hear leading employer case studies, latest research by My Family Care and insights into best practice.
Maternity and parental leave coaching is now an accepted way of supporting and retaining women through the new parent transition. The ways it can be delivered have expanded to include group and on-to-one coaching, in person, remotely and online.
In this webinar, Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director, Head of Coaching and Consultancy at My Family Care will be sharing insights from her many years’ experience in parental leave coaching and the measurable impact it can have.
We’ll also be sharing the results of a collaborative study with independent researcher, Jane Moffett, on the impact of My Family’s Care’s coaching as part of her Masters in Coaching & Behavioural Change at Henley Business School.
We’ll explore all the factors that positively influence a new parent’s transition back to work after leave, leading to practical take-aways for you to implement.
You can sign up to listen for free here where you will also be able to take part in live polls and hear discussions on the results and send in live questions for the panel.
We will be joined by Jennifer Liston-Smith from My Family Care and Jane Moffett, an independent researcher.
The webinar will be hosted by BrightTalk and managed by James Marsh, HR Manager at Planet Organic, and former editor of HRreview.