Shared Parenthood, Organisational Culture & Business Success
THURSDAY, 16 JUNE 2016
8:00 AM – 11:00AM
WEWORK, PADDINGTON, LONDON
2 Eastbourne Terrace, W2 6LG
RE:WOMEN were delighted to host this special event on Careers and Parenting Responsibilities for both men and women in the real estate industry.
It was a great opportunity to learn more about shared responsibilities at home, new legislation and opportunities for men to become more involved in raising kids and how an equal society can improve individual’s wellbeing and career prospects.
Attendees heard from leaders in the real estate industry their views and experiences on how to become a present parent and successful profession and how essential it is for future business success to show that shared parenthood is part of their organisational culture.
Senior Tax Analyst, British Land
Full-time tax specialist, mother of a 16-month old baby, studying for professional examinations
Entrepreneur, fighter for a 50:50 gender equal corporate culture
Director – Capital Advisors, Investment, CBRE
Co-Founder and Chairman of CBRE’s first Multi-Cultural Network, Proud Father
Head of Wellbeing and Futureproofing, British Land
Father of 2, equal partner and parent, sustainability specialist returning from a 5-week paternity leave
Trainee Surveyor – London Leasing, CBRE
A true young leader, recent graduate with an eye for the future, wondering about the impact of having a family in her career prospects
Associate Director – Projects Group, CBRE
Dedicated working mother striving for work life balance and flying the flag for women in project management
Copyrighted photos by Carl Sloan (firstname.lastname@example.org)