Webinars for Working Families & Managers

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Webinar Access is dependent on Parents At Work Membership type. For ACCESS please contact your Account Manager or email us at info@parentsatwork.com.au

~ Upcoming Events ~

Managing Mental Wellbeing for you and your family
Wednesday 9th March 12pm - 1pm

Returning to Work for Dads
Thursday 17th March, 12pm - 1pm

Preparing for Parental Leave
Wednesday 27th April, 12pm - 1pm

Return to Work After Parental Leave
Thursday 12th May, 1pm - 2pm


For more information on our events please read the descriptions below.

~ For Parents & Carers ~

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Our extremely popular THRIVE Masterclass sets you up to thrive not just survive. The session is designed to help you prioritise what’s most important to you and create a pathway to support your career development in parallel with your family and wellbeing needs.

Combining work and family life can be very challenging. In this masterclass we give you practical tools and tips to not only address the common struggles many carers experience but also to support you to create alignment between work and family so that you can thrive in all aspects of your life.

This is an interactive Q&A session that runs for 1.5 hours.

This event is not included in the Employer Membership. 

UPCOMING SESSIONS:

  • Tuesday 14th June, 1pm - 2.30pm
  • Thursday 24th November, 12pm - 1.30pm
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The impact of Covid has had an effect on almost every aspect of our daily lives. For many, it is the continued uncertainty and concern that is impacting our mental health and wellbeing the most.

The Managing Mental Wellbeing for You and Your Family webinar is a chance to review the issues that impact mental health caused by this uncertainty and to share ways to look after you, your children and extended family during this time. 

Hear from experts as we deliver concrete ideas that can support your family’s mental health and wellbeing and how you can prioritise your own mental health. We’ll explore everything from resilience and mindfulness techniques to practical self-care routines and habits.

UPCOMING SESSIONS:

  • Wednesday 9th March, 12pm - 1pm 
  • Tuesday 21st July, 12pm - 1pm
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Over the past 12 months Australia has seen an increasing numbers of employees experiencing fatigue and burnout.  Well-being Habits to Manage Fatigue & Burnout has been designed in response to this, providing simple lifestyle and wellbeing tips to help parents and carers with the juggle of work and family responsibilities.

The webinar covers:
- the signs and symptoms of fatigue and burnout
- what causes it; and
- how to manage through preventative lifestyle strategies

UPCOMING SESSIONS:

  • TBA
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Given the rollercoaster year of 2021, 2022 may be full of uncertainty for families especially those starting a new year at school.  In this webinar, we will provide tools and techniques for parents to prepare their kids mentally for the school year ahead.

Hosted by ParentalEQ's Head of Counselling, Stefanie Lui Ten, this is a not to be missed webinar for parents and carers of school aged children.

UPCOMING SESSIONS:

  • TBA
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In this webinar experienced coaches will provide practical tools and insightful tips that support you, your family, your career as you transition to parental leave. Whether it’s your first pregnancy, second or more, it is important to plan and prepare for a smooth transition to leave to set you up a strong foundation on your return.

The topics covered include:
· Planning for leave
· Reviewing your career progress and plan
· Managing your pregnancy at work
· Making staying-in-touch during leave easier
· Planning for future flexible work arrangements

UPCOMING SESSIONS:

  • Wednesday 27th April, 12pm - 1pm 
  • Wednesday 20th July 12pm - 1pm 
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Returning to work after parental leave can be both an exciting and challenging time with new routines to be navigated along with a mixture of emotions and feelings. This session will help you plan and prepare for your return to work. Expert coaches will provide essential and informative tips on how to manage the transition. If you’re already back at work, this session will be great to explore what is and isn’t working for you and to re-evaluate what you need to make the return to work experience an easier one. This is an interactive Q&A session.

This event is not included in the Employer Membership. 

UPCOMING SESSIONS:

  • Thursday 12th May, 1pm - 2pm 
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Hear from experts at Dads Group on the changes that can occur in the early stages of fatherhood – the challenges and opportunities, making your return to work after parental leave a seamless one. 
 
What will be covered:

  • The importance of finding balance between the responsibilities of work and fatherhood
  •  Setting goals, having a vision and being intentional about this chapter of life
  • Opportunities and benefits of discussing and sharing the load at home
  • Managing unavoidable stresses: Sleep deprivation, Relationship and parenting views, family needs.
  • Overcoming the practical challenges of exercising and staying healthy when work/life is busy
  • Developing a fatherhood support crew of family, friends and other dads

This event is not included in the Employer Membership. 

UPCOMING SESSIONS:

  • Thursday 17th March, 12pm - 1pm
  • Tuesday 7th June, 12pm - 1pm 
  • Tuesday 6th September, 12pm - 1pm
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This webinar is about transitioning to fatherhood and how to balance career with family responsibilities as a working dad. Parents At Work have teamed up with the founders of Dads Group to bring you this interactive ‘men’s-shed’ style discussion, exploring how to successfully integrate career and family life alongside personal wellbeing. This is your chance to get some great advice from other working dads who have been there and know what it’s like to raise a family in modern times.

What will be covered:

  • Understanding the opportunities and reframing fatherhood for success
  • Setting goals, having a vision and being intentional about this chapter of life
  • Changes that can occur in the early stages of fatherhood 
  • Pressures of the modern dad – the false ideals setting us up to fail and how we can avoid them i.e. the ‘breadwinner’ guilt around work and family
  • Changes that can occur in your relationships and how to develop your connection with kids and wife/partner in the picture
  • Managing expectations as a father, partner and on oneself

This event is not included in the Employer Membership.

UPCOMING SESSIONS:

  • TBA
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Many people have found their usual work routines have been turned upside down by Covid-19.  When we experience sudden change at work, it can take time to adjust and reintegrate with the rest of our daily life demands. Therefore, it’s good to pause, review and redesign your job, consider how you can contribute in different ways to your team and re-scope what is essential vs non-essential – at work and at home.

This presents an opportunity to reflect and leverage your strengths and capabilities in ways you might not have been able to do previously.

If you need help reshaping your job to adjust to new demands and carve out a path that works for you, join this meet up webinar to hear from Career Life Design expert Gill McLaren with Parents At Work, CEO, Emma Walsh as they help you navigate and invest in your career and life wellbeing. They will share a step by step guide to help you navigate from uncertainty to clarity so you can thrive.

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About the Webinars

We trust you will find these useful at this time of change in work and family circumstances however if you require additional support please contact us on info@parentsatwork.com.au.

All webinars offer:

Interactive Q&A with other working parents and carers and/or managers

Speak to expert Executive Work-Life Coaches who are Mental Health First Aid qualified 

Focus on the wellbeing of you, your family and your team  

Delivering you practical tips and tools to implement now

Focus on the wellbeing of your team 

These online 'meet-up' webinars provide a convenient way to connect and share experience on how to make the new work-life juggle work and be supported with your work and care needs.

This is a family friendly ‘meet up’. Parents At Work understand background noise and/or interruptions are sometimes unavoidable and they welcome all children, pets and partners to participate as they see fit.  

NOTE: The webinar will run for 1 hour including time to ask questions 

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About Parents At Work

Parents At Work is a world leading provider of education and coaching services for workplaces, parents, carers and leaders.

Since 2007 they have provided over 100,000 families with family, career and wellbeing services. They work with organisations to help create family friendly workplaces of the future – workplaces that embrace wellbeing and gender equality outcomes for all employees.

They do this by delivering a variety of education and advisory services including:

  • Best Practice Parental Leave & Flexible Policy Advisory Service and Program Delivery
  • Digital Learning Platform
  • Career & Parental Leave Transition Coaching
  • Manager Training
  • Wellbeing & Parenting Workshops
  • Research and Advocacy Services

www.parentsandcarersatwork.com

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