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A podcast for Parents At Work presented by The Spiggle Law Firm, featuring the best techniques for parents in cultivating a healthy work-life balance.

Techniques for parents in dealing with everything from sleep deprivation and managing work-life issues, to help you excel at work while trying to raise your family.

Parents At Work Tom Spiggle, Owner of The Spiggle Law Firm

    • Kinder und Familie

A podcast for Parents At Work presented by The Spiggle Law Firm, featuring the best techniques for parents in cultivating a healthy work-life balance.

Techniques for parents in dealing with everything from sleep deprivation and managing work-life issues, to help you excel at work while trying to raise your family.

    25: Physician Dads

    25: Physician Dads

    Join Tom Spiggle and co-host Lori Mihalich-Levin in this conversation to learn more about how juggling medical residency with parenthood children, the vitality of a support group, how the internet is impacting the medical field, and so much more. 

    • 58 Min.
    24: Physician Moms

    24: Physician Moms

    Being a mom in the medical field comes with its own unique rewards, but also its own challenges. Today, Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine and Medical Director, Dr. Nawl Johansen, shares her experience of being a working parent in the clinical field. She describes many of the challenges mothers face in finding time to have children in the midst of a challenging career and how to navigate time windows as efficiently as possible. 
    This episode is full of tangible advice on how to practice compassion towards yourself and others that parents in any work field can benefit from. Join Lori Mihalich-Levin in this episode for authentic insights on being a physician mom. 
    Show Highlights: 
    Dr. Nawal’s working parent story  What it’s like to be a mom in medicine  Knowledge gained from parenthood that is applicable to medicine  Helpful programs and systems for transitioning into parenthood  Establishing your value in the workplace to allow flexibility in your schedule  Navigating time to pump during windows between work  Finding the courage to ask for help and get a parent support group  Struggles of having children during residency  How the health care system is evolving to keep physicians fulfilled and avoid burnout  Allowing yourself grace and space for gratitude   Resources to survive life as a working parent  Ways to practice self-compassion and mindfulness  Advice to avoid unnecessary technology use  Ways to carve a career path that support the life you want   
    Links: 
    Contact Lori: 
    https://www.mindfulreturn.com
    Lori@mindfulreturn.com 
     
    Resources: 
    https://self-compassion.org
    https://www.agreatergoodfoundation.org
    http://ccare.stanford.edu/

    • 32 Min.
    23: Accountant Dads

    23: Accountant Dads

    Being a dad in the accounting industry looks different for everyone.  With different roles and different types of employers, some accountants are in the office all day, while others work remotely or from client sites. 
     
    Today’s guests, Kevin Stout and Jevon Knowles, talk about the benefits, flexibility, and struggles of being a working parent as an accountant. With over 18 years of experience in different positions, Kevin has a unique take on how to prioritize family and create a strong workplace culture. Javon’s position as an audit partner at BDO has also allowed him to give insightful advice on how to optimize so-called “work-life balance.” 
     
    Join Tom Spiggle and co-host Lori Mihalich-Levin in this interview for an array of diverse and tangible tips. 
     
    Show Highlights: 
     
    Kevin and Javon’s personal working parent stories What it’s like to be a dad in the accounting industry  The importance of integrating family into the workplace  Building stability and support in order to have a successful working parent career  Creating flexibility in roles to accommodate circumstances  Evaluating delaying parenthood to establish a successful career  How the profession has shifted throughout the past few years   The benefits of networking with other working parents  How accountant shortages are affecting employers’ approach to recruiting and retaining working parents The impact of technology within accounting and family life  Resources and technology to improve work and parenting  Finding balance in your priorities  Optimizing resources to have difficult conversations with your children   
    Links: 
     
    Contact Lori: 
     
    https://www.mindfulreturn.com
     
    Lori@mindfulreturn.com 
     
    Contact Tom: 
     
    https://www.spigglelaw.com/podcasts/parents-at-work/
     
    Resources: 
     
    https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dont-sweat-the-small-stuff-and-its-all-small-stuff-richard-carlson/1101004106?ean=9781567318791&st=PLA&sid=BNB_ADL+Core+Good+Home+-+Desktop+Low&sourceId=PLAGoNA&dpid=tdtve346c&2sid=Google_c&gclid=CjwKCAjw2qHsBRAGEiwAMbPoDJXgEGUK0yCtwJ3WfTT5P1LEyRwSe9OqfM6JaxvoHFhBPmBXa1zztRoCjoUQAvD_BwE#/
     
    https://www.google.com/calendar/about/
     
    https://www.vitalsmarts.com/crucial-conversations-training/
     
    http://home.gc.com/2017-high-school-baseball-scorekeeping/?ads_adid=15199971361&ads_cmpid=256380361&ads_creative=379673839905&ads_matchtype=b&ads_network=g&ads_targetid=kwd-48010293944&ttv=2&utm_campaign=2018-bats-paid&utm_medium=ppc&utm_source=_PLUS_gamechanger&utm_term=%2Bgamechanger&utm_content={adid}&gclid=CjwKCAjw2qHsBRAGEiwAMbPoDESSmSaIaDnY5AXdaaT7k67C46Xljr4SiQA7mHHfBRS-g2indHvGuxoCyNcQAvD_BwE

    • 44 Min.
    22: Accountant Moms

    22: Accountant Moms

    What is the life of a parent accountant like?  While public accounting may offer an array of benefits, such as a flexible schedule and paid parental leave, there are also struggles and client demands that accompany work in this profession. This episode explores what it looks like to be a mom in the accounting field with working parents, Jennifer Todling and Aneika Perez. 

    • 58 Min.
    21: Moms in the Tech Sector

    21: Moms in the Tech Sector

    Today’s episode dives behind the scenes of the lives of three moms in the Tech industry. As parents and career-oriented women, Henri Loh, Shadiah Sigala, and Vanessa Loder have a lot on their plates. As entrepreneurs in Tech and leaders of parent groups, each woman has a unique experience to share in this interview. Henri, Shadiah, and Vanessa reveal shifts happening in the current workplace and take a look at how the structures reflect on moms and dads. 

    • 57 Min.
    20: Dads in the Tech Sector

    20: Dads in the Tech Sector

    Technology has changed the way we parent in the modern world, but how does it impact parents in the tech sector? Today’s guests, Matt Burke, member of the programs team at Thumbtack and founder of the parent resource group, along with Hugh Molotsi, founder of Ujama, both share their experiences as working parents within the tech industry and advice to fully lean into the working fatherhood experience. 

    • 39 Min.

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