the cost of money.

What does money mean to dads, and why do men chase money? It's a really interesting topic I find the relationship to money and how Dads in particular take on more of the burden (even if it's only a sense of the burden), and how it plays out in work life, home life and...

more than just money – business enjoyment for busy dads

Get comfortable with not knowing the answer!Andrew Miller I was fortunate enough to have a natter with Andrew Miller recently. Andrew Miller is the Founder of Business Enjoyment. His purpose is to bring joy back into business and create a movement where everyone is...

mAXIMISING PRODUCTIVITY FOR busy working dads.

Our ongoing research suggests that 77% of working Dads feel there is an implicit or explicit expectation of them to be always on when it comes to work. This has undoubtedly stemmed from the rise and rise of home working, remote working or hybrid working. I remember if...

the power of hobby – rediscover yourself

Just be yourself, everyone else is taken.Oscar Wilde A personal life. Remember what that used to feel like? A hobby, something beyond work and home that was yours and you could invest time and money in to doing? For me, I used to love going to the football, playing...

Headline findings from our focus group

It's an exciting time for the Dads In Business project as we ramp up our work with the University of Sheffield Management School and develop our research programme exploring the roles of the modern Dad and how effectively (or otherwise!) these roles are managed. Our...

THE IMPORTANCE OF WELLBEING for dads and how to get started.

In our conversations with Dads and the workplaces that employ them, we find so much feedback and input centres around four key areas of Dad life. Almost every piece of feedback falls in to one of these four zones that we assume to be; money, family, business, and...

Dads In Business and University Of Sheffield Management school research project kick off!

It’s an exciting time for Dads In Business as we couple of extensive qualitative work based project with some fantastic research in partnership with the University Of Sheffield Management School. Step one for this research project is to carry out a focus group around...

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

I recently returned from a break in Spain with the family. Like many, it's been almost 2 years since we managed to get a meaningful break away from work, home and the climate of endless news and streams about how Covid is impacting everything we do. I was delighted to...

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...
more than just money – business enjoyment for busy dads

more than just money – business enjoyment for busy dads

Get comfortable with not knowing the answer!Andrew Miller I was fortunate enough to have a natter with Andrew Miller recently. Andrew Miller is the Founder of Business Enjoyment. His purpose is to bring joy back into business and create a movement where everyone is...

mAXIMISING PRODUCTIVITY FOR busy working dads.

mAXIMISING PRODUCTIVITY FOR busy working dads.

Our ongoing research suggests that 77% of working Dads feel there is an implicit or explicit expectation of them to be always on when it comes to work. This has undoubtedly stemmed from the rise and rise of home working, remote working or hybrid working. I remember if...

the power of hobby – rediscover yourself

the power of hobby – rediscover yourself

Just be yourself, everyone else is taken.Oscar Wilde A personal life. Remember what that used to feel like? A hobby, something beyond work and home that was yours and you could invest time and money in to doing? For me, I used to love going to the football, playing...

Headline findings from our focus group

Headline findings from our focus group

It's an exciting time for the Dads In Business project as we ramp up our work with the University of Sheffield Management School and develop our research programme exploring the roles of the modern Dad and how effectively (or otherwise!) these roles are managed. Our...

THE IMPORTANCE OF WELLBEING for dads and how to get started.

THE IMPORTANCE OF WELLBEING for dads and how to get started.

In our conversations with Dads and the workplaces that employ them, we find so much feedback and input centres around four key areas of Dad life. Almost every piece of feedback falls in to one of these four zones that we assume to be; money, family, business, and...

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...

But he was fine

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...

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