HRP Mamas Invites you to:
The Fifth Trimester: Work/Life Strategies
a workshop with author & founder, Lauren Smith Brody of the "Fifth Trimester"
The Fifth Trimester founder and author Lauren Smith Brody gives a close-up look at what she learned from 800+ new working moms and 100+ studies and experts for her bestselling book The Fifth Trimester: The Working Mom’s Guide to Style, Sanity, and Success After Baby.
If the first three trimesters are for pregnancy, and the fourth is newborn stretch, the fifth—the return to work—is a developmental phase that has long-term impact on your parenting, career, and marriage/partnership. No matter when you go back to your career, or how you define work, this interactive seminar can help you:
• Avoid the so-called "motherhood penalty" to protect your income and status at work.
• Scaffold your emotional wellness as a working parent and making time for self-care.
• Deal with sleep deprivation if you're back at work before your baby is sleeping through the night.
• City specific issues from room sharing, new siblings, to naps on the go.
Lauren will also do Q&A and is happy to answer any questions about negotiating, pumping logistics, managing childcare, and more. Whether you're leaning in or just muddling through, Lauren’s judgement-free advice will help you help yourself—and ultimately improve workplace culture for all families.
Lauren is the founder of The Fifth Trimester movement and the author of The Fifth Trimester: The Working Mom's Guide to Style, Sanity, and Big Success After Baby (Doubleday),a simultaneous #1 best-seller in the Amazon categories of Motherhood, Women &Business, and Cultural Anthropology. Her work has been featured on Good Morning America, CNN.com, Forbes, Fast Company,Harvard Business Review, Glamour, Refinery29, and dozens more outlets for business leaders and mothers. Prior to launching T5T, Lauren had a 16-year career in magazine publishing, most recently as the longtime executive editor of Glamour magazine at Condé Nast, where she produced the Women of the Year awards, honoring luminaries like Dr. Maya Angelou and Hillary Clinton. As both an executive-level manager and a content expert, she led colleagues and 12 million monthly readers through career and life transitions with empathy and vital information. Raised in Ohio, Texas, and Georgia, she now lives in New York City with her husband and two young sons.
Limited to 25 registrants.
Infants 0-12 months are welcome at this workshop :)
Sorry! No older siblings :(