DADS IN BUSINESS
SELF AWARENESS. SUPPORT. REAL TALK.
A supportive network to help busy dads manage themselves, their family and their business. Better.
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.
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.
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.
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Creating safe space conversations, networks and communities to help busy Dads bring the best of themselves to home and to work.
We have helped over 2000 Dads around the World by creating the room necessary to discuss the many roles of Dad and how we can better manage these roles to contribute better to our family unit, our work, business and career development and ourselves.
Rob Taylor has 3 young kids and owns several businesses. Having no idea what 'being a Dad' really meant I wanted to set about seeing it I was the only one who didn't really know what to do, how to do it or what was expected of me beyond the stigmas and stereotypes that exist.
I want to help other Dads around the world and help employers help their Dad communities.
Where do modern Dads need help? Why are we missing out? Man Dad Media meets Dads In Business.
What can organisations do better to support new dads?
Jake Edling chats to Dads In Business
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