This is for you Daddies out there. By now your under-fives will be bored of their new toys or have broken them, and their exhausted mother will whisper, “Why don’t you ask Daddy to play?” Next you’re looking at their little faces, and them at you, wondering what to do. Here are a few ideas to get you playing. The… Read More »Fun with Father
The vital importance of the mother’s role in raising children is universally acknowledged, as are the benefits for boys of having a male role-model at home or at school.
In February 2020, PapaPenguin took part in a CIPD focus group to help provide insights for employers based on employees’ experience of taking and returning from extended leave This week CIPD published the report on Managing Extended Paternity Leave which is aimed at employers. Please do take a look and share amongst your networks if relevant. This report presents recommendations… Read More »MANAGING
PATERNITY LEAVE – CIPD REPORT
Like lots of working dads lockdown brought ups and downs for Yash Puri, founder of the Papa Penguin website, but he’s keen to take positives from the experience like achieving household equality
As we have gained followers over the last 6 months, I wanted to highlight some great stories that fathers and mothers shared with us How shared parental leave helped me to be the parent I want to be (Yash Puri) Moving from singapore to zurich and becoming the primary caregiver and stay at home dad (Jason Chui) My perception of… Read More »A summary of some great stories from parents
By Samantha Schmidt Steve Centrella’s video conference calls from his D.C. home are now held to the sound of shuffling Legos and his 4-year-old son singing “cheetahs speed and lizards glide!” Prithvi Raj, a father of three in Manhattan, leads meetings while bouncing a 2-month-old infant on his lap. Levi Coldiron, in North Carolina, has become used to talking to his… Read More »Fatherhood is more visible than ever. But will dads working from home actually step up more?
Privileged to take part in Nadia Nagamootoo, Avenir Consulting Services Why Care? Podcast. Have a listen! “In this episode Yash shares his story on how he was a pioneer in his company to make use of the UK shared parental leave policy introduced in 2015 and how his organisation reacted to it. Yash likes to make a point that his active and… Read More »Avenir Consulting Why care? Podcast : Visible Fathering
THERE’S NOT MUCH I CAN DO’: ELON MUSK ADMITS GRIMES DOES MAJORITY OF CHILDCARE FOR TWO-MONTH OLD SON
‘Babies are just eating and pooping machines, you know?’ says Tesla billionaire. Elon Musk has said that his partner, Grimes, has a “much bigger role” in caring for their two-month-old son, X Æ A-Xii. Speaking to The New York Times, the Tesla CEO said that babies “are just eating and pooping machines”. Right now there’s not much I can do,” he added. “Grimes… Read More »THERE’S NOT MUCH I CAN DO’: ELON MUSK ADMITS GRIMES DOES MAJORITY OF CHILDCARE FOR TWO-MONTH OLD SON
A great chat with Nadia Nagamootoo, Founder and CEO of Avenir Consulting who has over 15 years’ in business – advising, consulting, coaching and facilitating leadership and discussions with companies across industries and sectors. I really enjoyed my first podcast with Nadia! We chat about How Nadia got into championing fatherhood and male equality The challenges fathers face to be… Read More »Chit Chat with Nadia Nagamootoo