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“Let’s hear it for the dads” View

“Let’s hear it for the dads”

Today I’m writing on a topic close to home - the celebration of the modern-day father. The modern-day father comes in various forms and is no longer always the traditional breadwinner and disciplinarian. He can be single or married; work in an office or stay-at-home; older or younger, gay or straight; an adoptive or step-dad. No matter what our situation is, sometimes being a modern-day father is HARD.

Men’s Health Week: Your daily tip for increased wellbeing – Authentic Relationships View

Men’s Health Week: Your daily tip for increased wellbeing – Authentic Relationships

As a part of Men’s Health Week (June 12 – June 18) Talking Talent looks at how increased wellbeing can improve mental health.

Burnout needs talking about View

Burnout needs talking about

New research shows that more than half of all professionals feel worn out by their work; More than two-thirds of working parents feel the same, rising to 70% of senior managers. Download Talking Talent’s research ‘Working out burnout’ for more insight into what triggers burnout with professionals in UK businesses

The development programmes we have run with Talking Talent have created a wonderful platform for our high talent women to develop and progress.  We are really excited about how this type of investment in our high potential people makes a real difference to our overall talent pipeline performance.

 

EMEA Diversity & Inclusion Head, Fortune 500 Global Bank

workingmums

Some great coverage for Talking Talent on the need for men and women to co-own diversity and family issues.

(workingmums, 15th October 2015)

Read: Men and women “need to co-own” diversity and family issues

 

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