A report by The Harvard Business School (Strategy & Society by Michael E.Porter and Mark R. Kramer 2007) highlights the value to the employer and employee of supporting parents in the workplace.
The Parent Coaching Academy’s successful work in the corporate sector is highlighted in a feature – Working Out The Stresses of Family life – in The Sunday Times
Welcome to The Parent Coaching Academy, the UK’s leading Parent Coaching organisation. I established the PCA because I’m passionate about supporting mums and dads in the most rewarding, challenging and important job they’ll ever do in their lives. If you are a pioneering and dynamic employer committed to helping parents achieve their full potential – at home and at work – I look forward to working with you.
Chief Executive, The Parent Coaching Academy
Author, ‘The 7-Day Parent Coach’, ‘Get A Life’, ‘The Mummy Coach’ and ‘Brilliantly Behaved Toddler’
We specialise in developing initiatives with exceptional employers committed to supporting mums, dads and carers in the workplace. As a Diversity or Human Resources Manager or Parent Network leader, you will recognise that in this uncertain and challenging economic climate it is particularly important to help parents deal positively with the pressures of balancing work and family.
Employers can support parents in the workplace in many different ways and we tailor specific programmes according to your company’s needs.
The services we offer include
"It was really good to see how much the guys really cared about trying to be a great Dad and just how many of the challenges we face are the same, whether we had one new baby or a house full of belligerent teenagers."
Andy Campbell, Head of Sales Ophthalmics, Novartis Pharmaceuticals
“The basic concept is that it’s the same person who comes to work who was at home. If you’ve got issues at home with your children then you’re going to be less productive at work”
D Wilson, Head of People Networks, BT, Sunday Times
“Lorraine reduced my stress levels by half and instead of worrying all the time I’m really enjoying my time with Charlie.”
Kate Signy, ITV’s This Morning