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Embrace your working parents' sense of purpose, changed mindset and new skills

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WOMBA (Work, Me and the Baby) is an organisational and coaching practice that specialises in building inclusive cultures and programmes for working parents. It understands each organisation’s unique culture and needs and tailors coaching programmes to create meaningful change.

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People Management Diversity and Inclusion Leaders WorkLife theHRDIRECTOR

Our mission

To champion and support the professional growth and healthy family life of working parents to eliminate the negative association between parenting and career progression.

How we work

Tailored solutions that work for you

Practical, professional and psychological support

A collaborative approach


Working dads feature in HR Director

For working dads, Covid-19 considerably changed their relationship with work and family. Not only did it prove to be an awakening – with many dads for the first time appreciating the challenges of juggling work and childcare – it was also a period that showed parents a different and better…
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Working dads article features in People Management

WOMBA Director, Alison Green, writes in People Management, the most read and visited HR media brand in the UK, about how working dads have become the pioneers of gender equality. As more fathers challenge the status quo of paternity leave policies in a post-pandemic world, they are inadvertently driving change,…
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WOMBA speaks to d&i Leaders about flexible working

WOMBA director, Alison Green, contributes to an article in d&i Leaders on how inclusive new working practices are. The traditional 9 to 5 is fast becoming obsolete, with the past three years seeing a dramatic shift in flexible working practices from flexible hours, hybrid working to the four-day week. Alison…
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