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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

Parent Coaching Agreement

  1. I am ready, willing and able to be coached.
  2. I want to invest time in myself.
  3. I am committed to closing the gap between where I am and where I want to be.
  4. I am committed to implementing practical action plans that will cut my stress levels and boost my energy levels
  5. I acknowledge that coaching is the appropriate discipline for the positive changes I want to make.
  6. I fully understand that I am responsible for my actions and the outcome of my actions.
  7. I understand that the coaching sessions are confidential*.
  8. I want to achieve my full potential as a parent – and enjoy doing it.

*  With the exception of issues arising that cause concern for the safety of a child.

Read and agree with the coaching agreement

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See what others are saying

"It was a great opportunity to hear the experiences and common challenges of fellow working Dads and to share some of the practical ideas we all have to effectively balance our work and family time."
Ed Damant, FIM Marketing & Sales

“Great.  I feel I’m back in control … and much less stressed.”
Nuala Garvey, Practical Parenting

“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

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