Balance and boundaries.
Today many of us struggle with feeling overwhelmed and over-extended, and we feel that every day is a ‘race against the clock’. We are constantly playing ‘catch-up’ with the whirlwind of commitments. Read our tips on maintaining balance and boundaries.
Appearing on the diversityq.com website, our CEO Chris Parke looks back on companies’ lack of D&I efforts in 2019 and what needs to change in 2020.
A recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed that in 2018, 61% of married couples with children reported being employed. These numbers are increasing and likely indicates one of two things: some of your best employees have children; or, at some point in life, intend to, writes Teresa...
A day’s respite from the pressures of work is great, says Chris Parke, co-founder and CEO at Talking Talent, but it will do very little to solve the mental health crisis. Read more in People Management
Talking Talent, the leading global coaching consultancy specializing in working parents, women’s leadership, and inclusion, announced today that Michelle D’Souza has joined its team as National Sales Director. Within this role, Michelle will drive the organization's business development and sales targeting strategies in North America. With over 20 years of...
Working fathers are breaking free from tired clichés of lazy dads who see their role as taking the kids off their partner’s hands for a few hours on a Sunday. Today, dads are more involved in day-to-day parenting than ever before. Unfortunately, the work-place hasn’t caught up yet. Talking Talent’s...
Read Chris Parkes' article in People Management that looks at how current parental leave laws affect new fathers, with a golden opportunity for the new government to make drastic improvements.
Page 14 of Parent Talk Magazine reviews Talking Talent's research into parenthood and working parents, showing that work skills and professional performance actually improve.
Rob Bravo, of Talking Talent, explains why it’s vital that Boris Johnson finishes what Theresa May started: not Brexit, but increasing paternity leave. Read the full article here on Workingdads.com.
This article from HR Magazine looks at Talking Talent's research "Expecting more than a baby" and while parents feel their competence improves after having children, employers still focus on the challenges of balancing work and family life. Read the full article here and download the research here .
In this piece from Workingdads, Rob Bravo, coaching director and head of wellbeing at Talking Talent, writes about the stark choice facing firms who want to thrive as their millennial workforce is paused to make up 35% of the global workforce. Read more here .