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Radio Show #532: How organisations can drive equal opportunities

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Special Guest: Alison Green: Director of WOMBA

More than 80% of parents in the UK are in employment yet there’s remarkably little research. The research that has been conducted tends to disregard the experience and role of working dads – perhaps reinforcing the notion that this is a ‘woman’s issue’. We have started with a unique, binary gender equal piece of research to explore the perspectives of both working mums and working dads.

The aim of our research is to help parents returning to work thrive – for the benefit of the organisation, the individual, their family and wider society.

WOMBA (Work, Me and the Baby) is a specialist coaching practice, which provides practical and psychological support, for working parents.

They help organisations build inclusive cultures, supports working parents as they manage their careers and upskills accredited coaches to add Diversity & Inclusion to their coaching practice.

They have worked with organisations across the public and private sectors including Tesco, The Government Legal Department, Universal Music Group and AND Digital.

Alison Green is one of the directors of WOMBA (Work, Me and the Baby) and is an experienced, Masters qualified, executive coach. She specialises in supporting professionals as they make the transition to becoming a working parent whilst managing their careers.

She has two grown children and now she has a little more time she’s developing her yoga practice.

Join us as we discuss how organisations can drive equal opportunities for working parents.

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Host: Andy Goram

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