DADS IN BUSINESS

SELF AWARENESS. SUPPORT. REAL TALK.

A supportive network to help busy dads manage themselves, their family and their business. Better.

WHO

Rob Taylor, Dad of three and award winning business owner working alongside Angga Kara, executive high performance coach are working together to support busy Dads in the workplace.

WHAT

We work with employers and business owners to support Dads in the workplace. We help busy Dads find the tools to bring the best of themselves to home and to work through a variety of collaborative work.

WHY

Because being a successful Dad is hard and being successful at work is hard too. Because three times more men commit suicide than women. Becuase 83% of Dads feel overwhelmed on a daily basis. Because 90% of Dads feel guilty. 

NETWORK

We are creating spaces for Dads to come together and talk, hold each other accountable and share experiences of Dad. Powerful conversations that give permission to remove the mask and speak openly. 

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How are Dads getting on in a changed workplace? [infographic inside]

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The return to the workplace post lockdown.

Is it remote working? Hybrid working? Getting back to the workplace? Do you feel like your hot desking or are you excited to return to the workplace? I remember a time when a work from home day was deemed a cheeky way of justifying a day off. Things have rightly...

Imposter syndrome

What is Imposter Syndrome? ‘Imposter Syndrome’, is a psychological phenomenon, first named in the 1970s by Pauline Clance and Suzanne Imes, two psychologists, and refers to the feeling of being inadequate or incapable and attributing successes to ‘luck’ or external...

Guilt Vs shame

As a parent, there will always be times where you do something or act on an impulse and later go on to feel guilty for it. These mistakes are normal and feeling guilty for them – to an extent – is a healthy response and part of the learning curve of parenting. If this...

Dads, Sport and Stress Relief

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But he was fine

“But he was fine!” – Why men suicide rates are so high? Men's suicide rates had been increasingly more and more worrying. The very recent statistics from all over the globe suggest that suicide amongst men is something we should start paying more attention to. For...
The return to the workplace post lockdown.

The return to the workplace post lockdown.

Is it remote working? Hybrid working? Getting back to the workplace? Do you feel like your hot desking or are you excited to return to the workplace? I remember a time when a work from home day was deemed a cheeky way of justifying a day off. Things have rightly...

Imposter syndrome

Imposter syndrome

What is Imposter Syndrome? ‘Imposter Syndrome’, is a psychological phenomenon, first named in the 1970s by Pauline Clance and Suzanne Imes, two psychologists, and refers to the feeling of being inadequate or incapable and attributing successes to ‘luck’ or external...

Guilt Vs shame

Guilt Vs shame

As a parent, there will always be times where you do something or act on an impulse and later go on to feel guilty for it. These mistakes are normal and feeling guilty for them – to an extent – is a healthy response and part of the learning curve of parenting. If this...

Dads, Sport and Stress Relief

Dads, Sport and Stress Relief

Stress Everyone experiences stress day to day. But, when looking after children, juggling home lifeand work life, keeping friendships and taking time on your own it can become too much. Newdads also experience a lot of stress that is potentially not as spoken about...

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