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Workshop on Compassionate Conversations: Maternity Leave Transitions

This webinar will equip professionals (colleagues and managers) with the skills to effectively support staff in their transition post-maternity leave.

Research indicates the importance of companies taking responsibility for how their organisational culture receives women as they return to the workplace following a period of maternity leave. Providing a baseline of expected behaviour from staff in terms of conduct around this time can make all the difference to employee retention and mental health. It is worth investing the time in awareness raising about specific sensitivities and proactively providing training on how we can navigate this time with compassion.

The Webinar will cover:

– Understanding the meaning of compassion in a workplace context and why it is important
– Identifying the opportunities maternity leave provides for corporate relationship building
– The Top 5 Dos and Don’ts for a compassionate conversation post-maternity leave
– Company-wide approaches that communicate a compassionate culture

Who is it for?

Managers and HR staff.

This workshop is a special one-off free event.

A zoom link will be sent to you upon registering below:

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About Stacy Moore BSc(Hons) PGCE MSc CPsychol AFBPsS

Stacy is an experienced HCPC registered Chartered Educational Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She is the founder and Director of Inner Circles Psychology Ltd, a London-based consultancy that works with both education and employment settings to provide consultation, assessment, training and reflective supervision.
Stacy helps organisations to become more psychologically safe, and be bolder in their commitment to staff wellbeing, acknowledging the psychological impact of home and workplace culture. Stacy is creator of the Back2Life Programme for women returning to the workplace after maternity leave. She has featured as a consultant psychologist contributor on various news media, including BBC News, Channel 5, The Telegraph, Evening Standard and Metro.