Conversations and interviews with professionals and parents on careers, family and wellbeing topics. The Cityparents Network is a group of 16,000 working parents and professionals in London.
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Best Cityparents Talk podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Cityparents Talk podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
Updated February 2020
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In the last edition of Cityparents Life, Anna Richards talks to Jonathan Bright, a Content Marketing Manager at finnCap whose baby daughter Isabella arrived 4 months prematurely in May this year. In the podcast, Jonathan explores the rollercoaster of hospitals, emotions and routines that he and his wife juggled over the following 5 months, and how …
Cityparents' Director Helen Beedham talks to Christine Armstrong, the writer, speaker and business advisor, about being a working parent and her book ‘The mother of all jobs: how to have children and a career and stay sane (ish)'. In the podcast, Christine talks about her own experience of being a working parent with small children and the experien…
Anna Richards talks to Dr Brad Reedy, the parenting expert, author and the Owner and Clinical Director of Evoke Therapy Programs, which offers treatment for mental health issues in children and young adults. Brad explores the importance of taking care of our own mental health in order to be a better support for our children as they learn to manage …
Anna Richards from Cityparents talks to Meik Wiking, founder of the world's first Happiness Research Institute about happiness, memory making and how we can apply his findings to our own lives.
Anna Richards talks to Pensions Partner, James Riley and Business Manager, Letty Gibbs about their experience of the firm's Black Heritage Mentoring Scheme, womens' networks and their perspectives on balancing careers with family life.
Anna Richards talks to Philip Reed, a senior associate at Farrer & Co, about his experience of taking Shared Parental Leave and his advice to other families who may be considering taking it up.
Helen Beedham interviews Baroness Shami Chakrabarti about how she has managed her career, being in the media spotlight and her views on creating a more gender-equal society.
In this episode Helen Beedham of Cityparents chats to Sam Smith, CEO of FinnCap, about her career path and how she balances work and family life.