Supporting Working Parents

Embarking on the journey of parenthood can be challenging for a number of reasons, returning to work, doesn’t have to be one of them.

Support for parents returning to work strengthens a company’s competitive advantage. Supporting new and existing parents through the life event of having a family can boost return and retention rates. Enhancing the company’s reputation as being a flexible, family-friendly employer, will attract new talent to the workplace.

I’m passionate about helping mums and mums-to-be reach their full potential in their careers within the context of their family life.


Parent Support Workshops with Krush tackle the challenge of work life balance that most returning parents face as the settle into a new routine managing their career and family life. Each workshop is tailored to suit the needs of your organisation, and challenges faced by your returning parents, in relation to your business needs.

  • Workshops generally focus on:
  • Recognise individuals values
  • Identify key strengths
  • Understand areas for development
  • Explore your values
  • Communicating for success
  • Time Management
  • Confidence
  • Career Progression
  • Self Identity
  • Self belief

Individual Coaching

One to one coaching offers a much deeper exploration of personal issues surrounding the experience of maternity at work, and enables individuals to confidently express and then work through the deeper issues and barriers.

Coaching can be offered to employees at any level and at any stage of maternity. Each session is tailored entirely to the individual’s needs at that time, and the pace and content is therefore very driven by them. The investment enables companies to retain their talented employees following a break in their career, through the management of balancing career and family life, whilst performing better over the longer term.

Coaching Community

Personality profiling & feedback. Design and delivery of bespoke personality profiling workshops.

Personality encompasses the relatively stable feelings thoughts and behavioural patterns a person has. Our personality differentiates us from other people, supporting employees to gain a deeper understanding of personality preferences and differences of themselves and others can help them appreciate the behaviour displayed as a result of how a person may be thinking or feeling in a given situation.