The Working Parents’ Guide

Up until August of this year, I was an employee of an NHS Trust, a company in which I had worked for over 15 years.  During that time I had gotten married, moved house twice and had three children.  With Roo I returned to work when she was just 5 months old and Tigger was 10 months old when I returned to work after maternity leave.

Each time I returned to work, there was a huge sense of guilt that I was leaving them with a day nursery in order for me to continue my employment.  That guilt isn’t helped by those around you who feel they need to say things like ‘why have children if you’re not going to look after them‘.  

Returning to work when you are a parent is difficult no matter what your reasons for returning are, financial, career goals etc.  Management of working and parenting is a challenge and something that keeps surprising me with new problems and situations.  Part of the kids don’t come with a manual series the new The Working Parents’ Guide to Raising Happy and Confident Children is the latest book to the collection.

The Working Parents’ Guide to Raising Happy and Confident Children

working-parents-guide-cover-medium-resRaising happy, confident children is a challenging undertaking.  Working parents also battle with time pressure and the guilt of being away from their children.  Through a series of practical tools, parenting coach Nadim Saad, shows time-poor parents how to radically improve family life by applying the best practice from parenting and leadership.

Written by Nadim Saad
Published by Best of Parenting
ISBN 9780993174377

  • Gain greater influence at home and in the workplace by adopting best practices from parenting and leadership
  • Find step-by-step solutions to common parenting and family challenges including whining, arguing, homework, tantrums and lack of cooperation
  • Discover a 5-week programme to becoming a calm and confident parent
  • Based on the latest research in child psychology, neuroscience, and leadership

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Broken up into seven chapters, this book helped me understand the challenges I face as a working parent, how my actions and reactions to by children can play a part in behaviour and how understanding that leadership skills are needed at home as well as in the workplace.

  1. What Parenting and Leadership have in common
  2. Becoming a Conscious & Strategic Parent
  3. Communicating Effectively to Meet Children’s Needs
  4. Leading by Example, Motivating & Inspiring
  5. Building Trust & Connection
  6. Allowing Children to be Accountable for Thier Actions
  7. Fulfilling Children’s Potential

Alongside this, there is bonus material such as a 5-week programme to becoming a Leader parent and trouble-shooting top 20 parenting challenges. With sections for notes and little exercises for you to complete it’s been an eye-opening read and one that I will refer back to time and time again

The Working Parents’ Guide to Raising Happy and Confident Children is priced at RRP £11.99 and is available to buy from Amazon and all other good book retailers.

Free Download

We are able to give you a free download of Nadim’s previous book. This was number one on Amazon so great to get it free! 

Raising Confident Kids: http://dl.bookfunnel.com/xmfy8waurm 

Giveaway

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To celebrate the release of The Working Parents’ Guide to Raising Happy and Confident Children, Boo Roo and Tigger Too are lucky enough to have an additional copy of the book to giveaway.

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The Working Parents’ Guide to Raising Happy and Confident Children

Disclosure: We received a copy of The Working Parents’ Guide to Raising Happy and Confident Children FOC for the purpose of review

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  1. October 18, 2016 / 11:22 am

    That looks really useful I do struggle working form home..I guess its all about balance and time mangagemtn but its not easy!

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