Work, Family & You
We are on a mission to affect change. Family-friendly workplaces are good for everyone. And when workplaces aren’t supportive it holds back talented people. This leads to a diminished pool of future leaders. Not every employee or organisation can call on the type of coaching support that we provide and that we know is key to thriving at work. So, we have opted to open up access to some of our favourite and valuable resources. It’s available to everyone and please do share.
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Click the topic to discover the resources that are relevant to where you may be in the parental transition or as someone caring for others. Alternatively, as a manager, you may be looking for resources to help support your working parents or caregivers.
Working Life As A Parent Am I Being Mummy Tracked? Spot The Signs and 4 Tips for Tackling It
Thinking Ahead Are You Doing All You Can to be an Inclusive Colleague?
Thinking Ahead Key Conversations to Have With Your Partner Before Becoming Parents
Thinking Ahead Advice If You’re Thinking About IVF, Adoption or Surrogacy
Support your Working Parents & Caregivers
In this area, you’ll find our latest research and thought pieces to help you develop robust strategies to support and retain your working parents and caregivers.
The Parental Fog Index 2020Our second annual, Parental Fog Index, ranks the websites for the Times Top 100 Graduate Employers by how transparent their support is for working parents.
Where are all our female leaders?In our recently published Explainer Document & Strategy Guide, our Insights team break down why there are so few women in leadership positions. We provide you with embeddable actions and quick wins for both you and your organisation to combat the issue of gender disparity.
Build a Strategy to Support & Retain Your Working ParentsDownload our strategy guide to help your organisation formulate their plans around supporting & retaining your working parent employees. We draw on our team’s extensive experience in working with clients in this area.
Empathy – The Missing Link to InclusionOne of the most misleading beliefs about workplace diversity and inclusion is that if the rational benefits of greater inclusivity are explained, alongside how unconscious biases could be influencing our behaviours – that armed with this information, we will change.
Real life parent stories
Thinking Ahead How do I have a conversation about taking Shared Parental Leave
Thinking Ahead How to Have A Conversation That You are Expecting
How do I have a conversation about taking Shared Parental Leave
How to Have A Conversation That You are Expecting
"What a valuable way to spend 90 minutes. Having not had any formal coaching before I was unsure how the session would go, but I came out feeling empowered with some great tools to manage work/life balance more effectively and felt validated in the decision I had made to date."Parental Leaver, 1:1 Coaching, Technology
“The six sessions I had with my ECC Coach changed my perspective of coaching. I was initially uncertain (and possibly sceptical) about the benefits of coaching but my coach read me very well and knew when to coax a response out from me by being encouraging and when to firmly push me to see the benefits of reframing some of my previously held positions.”Head of Legal, International Property Group
“The team is a pleasure to work with, consistently bringing expert advice and guidance, energy and professionalism to the partnership.”Diversity and Inclusion Executive, Multinational Investment Bank
"I found my ECC coaching sessions incredibly valuable - for the unique and necessary space I was seeking as a sole proprietor to feel heard, understood and connected to a peer in business. My coaching experience provided a safe space where I could be the real me, and provided a relationship I could truly trust. Thank you ECC."Manager, Creative Retail Agency