The Paternity Coaching Programme is dedicated to clients about to take or just returning from maternity/ paternity leave. You may be experiencing doubts or concerns about your career progression after having a baby, preparing a handover, having important conversations with your manager, preparing everything for your come-back, letting go of your responsibilities, and holding certain expectations towards yourself. Coaching can support you in managing your feelings, thoughts, and expectations, increasing your confidence, and planning important conversations and strategies to manage this transition in your life.
What is Paternity Coaching?
Paternity Coaching supports professionals during an exciting and significant period of their personal life as they leave work to have a baby. Upon returning to work, they face the demands of career management in their professional lives.
The International Coaching Federation defines coaching as “Partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximise their personal and professional potential. Coaching often unlocks previously untapped sources of imagination, productivity and leadership.”
There are many benefits to taking some time at this key life stage to consider what you are looking for and what you want the future to look like. They may include helping you to:
The Art of Delegation
Being able to let go of tasks and responsibilities and delegate effectively.
Being able to prioritise and think strategically.
Confidence in the Workplace
Show up confidently at work, especially during important conversations with managers, teams and senior leaders.
Managing your Well-Being
Having tools and your own solutions to manage your well-being.
Sharing tools to help you to manage overwhelm.
Increased self-awareness of your strengths and values.
Coach and Coachee Responsibilities
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