A guide to setting up parental transition coaching in your organisation
What is Parental Transition Coaching? and Why is it Important?
Coaching is a powerful tool for unlocking potential and achieving a happy work-life balance, especially during one of life’s biggest transitions – parenthood. As the International Coaching Federation notes, coaching can tap into previously untapped sources of imagination, productivity, and leadership.
We also know that parental-transition coaching supports employee health and well-being, while creating a family-friendly culture that attracts and retains top talent from diverse backgrounds.
Set Up Parental Transition Coaching in Your Organisation – Free Webinar
Learn how coaching can help your organisation support working parents and build a culture of resilience and well-being. In our free on-demand recorded 45-minute webinar, we’ll show you how to set up a parental-transition coaching programme to benefit all new parents in your organisation. During the webinar, you’ll:
- Learn about the benefits of parental-transition coaching
- Discover the simple 5-step process for setting up a coaching programme
- Meet one of our professional parental-transition coaches who will share a case study of the coaching in action
- Hear about the potential impact and results you can expect from the programme
Alongside the webinar you have the opportunity to download a free takeaway guide and checklist for setting up your own coaching programme.
As an ICF-accredited coach, with more than 20 years’ experience in Learning and Development for global organisations, Helen combines her L&D background with her passion for coaching and her desire to create sustainable, family-friendly cultures.
Meet the coach:
Sarah is registered CPCC (Certified, Practising, Co-active Coach) and a trained Organisation, Relationship & Systems Coach (CRR Global), accredited with the International Coach Federation. Sarah works with individuals and organisations to build wellbeing and sustainable performance during times of challenge and change, particularly those relating to parenthood and family life.