Working Parents, Burnout and the Great Resignation
  • CODE : KURT-0009
  • Duration : 60 Minutes
  • Level : Intermediate
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Hulya Kurt- after 32 years of working within a multinational company in different roles, ranging from middle management to senior, Hulya Kurt chose to follow her passion of becoming a coach, mentor, and workshop facilitator. She motivates and empowers company management teams and their employees to move forward in their professional life.

Through using powerful questioning techniques, a strong sense of empathy, and intuition, she provides impactful results with clear communication, presentations, and facilitation strategy.

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It describes the increased stress and burnout that working parents experience as they attempt to balance their professional obligations with their family responsibilities. The Great Resignation, a term coined to describe the mass exodus of employees from the workforce, often for reasons related to seeking better work-life balance, plays a significant role in this discussion. The topic aims to shed light on the systemic issues that contribute to this phenomenon, such as inflexible work arrangements, inadequate parental leave policies, and the societal expectations of parenting roles. It also seeks to propose solutions that can alleviate these pressures, such as implementing more flexible work policies, providing support for mental health, and fostering a workplace culture that values and supports the well-being of working parents.

Areas Covered

  • Understanding the mass workforce exodus and its timing
  • Burnout Among Working Parents: Identifying the signs, symptoms, and contributing factors
  • Work-Life Balance Challenges: Exploring the struggle to maintain equilibrium between professional and family life
  • Impact of Workplace Policies: Assessing how parental leave, flexible hours, and remote work options affect working parents
  • Mental Health Considerations: Addressing the psychological impact of juggling work and parenting
  • Strategies for Support: Discussing organizational support systems and resources for working parents
  • Cultural Shifts: Examining the changing societal norms and expectations around work and parenting
  • Leadership and Management Roles: The importance of empathetic leadership in reducing burnout and turnover
  • Actionable Solutions: Offering practical steps for individuals and organizations to mitigate burnout and support working parents

Who Should Attend   

Leaders, managers, and any professional parent.

Why Should You Attend

You should attend this session to gain valuable insights into the complex dynamics of the Great Resignation and its impact on working parents. It's an opportunity to understand the root causes of burnout and to learn about effective strategies that can help prevent it. By attending, you will be equipped with the knowledge to create a more supportive work environment that acknowledges and addresses the unique challenges faced by working parents. This session is crucial for leaders, HR professionals, and working parents themselves who are seeking to foster a culture of well-being and to navigate the changing landscape of the workforce with resilience and foresight.

Topic Background

The topic deep dives into the challenges faced by working parents who are navigating the pressures of their professional and family responsibilities. And quite resignation, This term refers to the significant shift in the labor market where employees are voluntarily leaving their jobs at unprecedented rates. The background of this topic will explore the contributing factors to burnout among working parents, such as the lack of adequate support systems, the struggle to maintain work-life balance, and the increased stress that comes with juggling multiple roles. It will also consider the broader implications of the Great Resignation on the workforce and how it's prompting organizations to re-evaluate their policies and culture to better support and retain their employees.

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