How to support working parents where they need it most
Beyond the job title in their signature line or on their LinkedIn profiles, many people have another critically important title: Parent. Being a parent or caregiver can be undoubtedly the most joyful and rewarding role one ever takes on, but it’s not without its challenges. Constantly, parents think about not only what they need to achieve success personally and professionally, but what their children require for a successful future. This stress can be extremely detrimental for the working parent/caregiver.
Studies show parents rank strong social and communication skills at the top of the list of skills needed for their child’s future success. Parents lose sleep, not to mention productivity at work, thinking about how to help their children excel in these areas. As employers, what can you do to help support working parents and care for their well-being? As parents, what should you teach your children and how do you do it?
In this webinar, Angela Nelson, VP of Operations and Executive Director of Clinical Services at Whil talks through these very crucial questions and discusses answers that leave you feeling prepared and ready to care for working parents.
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn:
What employers can do to help support working parents
More confidence and motivation to experiment with the skills that can fuel psychological safety
How to teach children using the 5 components of Social and Emotional Learning strategy
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Dr. Christina Shane-Simpson, Limeade Institute Researcher and Psychologist, explores when, how, and why well-being should be infused in the flow of work. You’ll hear opportunities to measure the impact of well-being integration for people working in a variety of environments, and then make recommendations for the integration of well-being in the flow of work.
Watch this live cooking demonstration led by Chef Jeremy Reinicke, director of culinary education at Launch My Health. This webinar will empower even the busiest employees to prepare healthy meals the whole family will enjoy.
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