Stay Centered in the Tug-of-War between Work and Family
Led by Michelle Cove, journalist and author of I Love Mondays: and other confessions from devoted working moms
Bestselling author, award-winning filmmaker and journalist Michelle Cove shares practical strategies and reassuring advice in this 60-90 minute talk geared to help bring down guilt levels and ease daily stress for women constantly juggling parenting and family.
Cove explores the 11 biggest concerns voiced by working mothers around the country, from "How do I feel less guilty while I'm traveling for work?" to "I'm terrible at multitasking!". She provides practical, easy-to-implement advice from top experts (executive coaches, psychologists, physicians, teachers, life coaches, and so on); other working moms; and her own personal experiences. She also shares humbling, often hilarious, stories and confessions that will resonate with all working moms.
Strategies include successful ways to:
break the "sorry loop" where moms apologize by default to co-workers and family
volunteer at your child's school without falling behind at work
handle harsh comments about working moms from frenemies and critics
deal with the sorrow of missing your child’s event/milestone due to hectic work schedules
socialize with co-workers and still make it home for family dinner
Speaker’s Bio: Michelle Cove’s projects have been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Katie Couric’s talk show Katie, The Today Show, Fox TV, PBS’s World Compass; numerous radio shows; and national publications including The Washington Post, Psychology Today, Parenting, MORE, and U.S. World News & Report. She is the author of the new book I Love Mondays (Seal Press), the co-author of the national bestseller I'm Not Mad, I Just Hate You!: A New Understanding of Mother-Daughter Conflict (Viking, 1999), the filmmaker behind the award-winning documentary, Seeking Happily Ever After, distributed in 2010 by Lionsgate, and the author of Seeking Happily Ever After (Tarcher Penguin, 2010).
Michelle has lectured and led workshops for women at numerous institutions including: Harvard University, Stanford University, Boston College, Boston University, Clark University, Sixth & I, The Hill Center, and several film festivals including “Women Take the Reel” sponsored by The Graduate Consortium in Women’s Studies. Visit www.michellecove.com for more information.
For speaking fees, references, and more information, contact Michelle Cove at email@example.com