Your Parenting Mojo Employee Benefits: Support Your Working Parents

Research-based ideas
to help kids thrive

Support Your
Working Parents

Attract & Retain Working Parents:
Leaders of Today, Raising Leaders of Tomorrow

Support Your
Working Parents

Attract & Retain
Working Parents:
Leaders of Today,
Raising
Leaders of Tomorrow

2021 YPM For Business
Employee Benefits Tailored Specifically for Working Parents

To no one's surprise, 2020 brought on a new level of stress and challenges to working parents everywhere.

And with the lines between work and home blurred further, the level of stress at home was at an all-time high.

So, how can I help?

A research-based approach makes parenting easier, reduces stress, and sets a solid foundation for the future.

I provide the most comprehensive resource for research-based information on parenting and child development.

Less stress at home means less stress at work.

So your company leaders can lead, both at home and at work. More productive in life and in work.

Lasting change starts with a spark. Bring that spark to your working parents with the employee benefit of Your Parenting Mojo Parenting Memberships.

Invest in your working parents & they will invest in you.

PARENTS are STRESSED
A research-based approach alleviates parental stress,
so parents can be leaders in the workplace while raising leaders of tomorrow.

PARENTS are STRESSED
A research-based approach alleviates parental stress, so parents can be leaders in the workplace while raising leaders of tomorrow.
Grounded In Research
& Experience You Can Trust

Plus a Master's Degree in Psychology & Education, a Co-Active Coach,
and a Former Life in Corporate Environmental Strategy Consulting

There's no lack of information about parenting online - it's just a clickbait headline away. When I started the podcast, I longed for useful information that and my husband & I could trust - but I realized that much of it could only be found behind journal paywalls. Through the course of getting two additional Master's degrees (Psychology focused on Child Development and Education), two main principles have since guided my work:

1. Scientific Research

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I've looked across the entire body of research on a topic. I've read hundreds of books and thousands of peer-reviewed journal articles on parenting and child development, and connected ideas across topic areas in a way that few others have done (did you know that research on why children won't eat vegetables can help get your child's homework done?).

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point to the strengths of the research, as well as its limitations. I call out the biases in how the research was shaped, conducted and analyzed, and discuss how these issues may have influenced the results.  I also look at topics where academic research may not be the best way to understand our experience.

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I interview the researchers who are deep experts in their specific field. I ask them the the questions parents wish they could ask, and doesn't hesitate to question discrepancies or challenge their conclusions.

2. Respectful Parenting

Societal problems are perpetuated through the way we raise our children. Our interactions with our children today (teaching them about race (or not…); telling our boys to “stop crying;” telling our girls to “stop being loud” shapes how they will treat others and expect to be treated in relationships.

If we want our children to be part of solving the world’s problems, we need to equip them with the leadership skills to do this. 

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...Beyond the Research and Principles...

But all the research in the world doesn't help much if you can't see how to apply it.  I've also taken 100 hours of training to become a Co-Active Coach, and a nine-month course on holding space.  When I interact with you I'll help you to brainstorm ideas, if that's what you need. 

But through listening to you like maybe nobody has ever listened to you before, I'll also help you to see what's really at the heart of the issue for you so you can make shifts in yourself and your relationship with your children that you could never have imagined were possible.

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...I Have Lived in the Corporate World

Before I started the podcast and found my purpose in helping parents, my first passion was in Corporate Environmental Strategy & Sustainability consulting - I wanted to help make the world a better place through environmental and social responsibility. I spent over a decade with one of the world's largest consulting firms.  Even before, I spent time with an early stage start up, along with small and medium size businesses along the way.  So, in short, I understand the plight of both parents and the business world. And I now believe helping parents is the best way we can make for both a better workforce, and a better world - one business and one family at a time.

Grounded In
Research
& Experience
You Can Trust

Plus a Master's Degree in Psychology & Education, a Co-Active Coach,
and a Former Life in Corporate Environmental Strategy Consulting

There's no lack of information about parenting online - it's just a clickbait headline away. When I started the podcast, I longed for useful information that and my husband & I could trust - but I realized that much of it could only be found behind journal paywalls.  Through the course of getting two additional Master's degrees (Psychology focused on Child Development and Education), two main principles have since guided my work:

1. Scientific Research

I've looked across the entire body of research on a topic. I've read hundreds of books and thousands of peer-reviewed journal articles on parenting and child development, and connected ideas across topic areas in a way that few others have done (did you know that research on why children won't eat vegetables can help get your child's homework done?).

I point to the strengths of the research, as well as its limitations. I call out the biases in how the research was shaped, conducted and analyzed, and discuss how these issues may have influenced the results.  I also look at topics where academic research may not be the best way to understand our experience.

I interview the researchers who are deep experts in their specific field. I ask them the the questions parents wish they could ask, and doesn't hesitate to question discrepancies or challenge their conclusions.

2. Respectful Parenting

Societal problems are perpetuated through the way we raise our children. Our interactions with our children today (teaching them about race (or not…); telling our boys to “stop crying;” telling our girls to “stop being loud” shapes how they will treat others and expect to be treated in relationships.

If we want our children to be part of solving the world’s problems, we need to equip them with the leadership skills to do this. 

...Beyond the Research and Principles...

But all the research in the world doesn't help much if you can't see how to apply it.  I've also taken 100 hours of training to become a Co-Active Coach, and a nine-month course on holding space.  When I interact with you I'll help you to brainstorm ideas, if that's what you need. 

But through listening to you like maybe nobody has ever listened to you before, I'll also help you to see what's really at the heart of the issue for you so you can make shifts in yourself and your relationship with your children that you could never have imagined were possible.

...I Have Lived in the Corporate World

Before I started the podcast and found my purpose in helping parents, my first passion was in Corporate Environmental Strategy & Sustainability consulting - I wanted to help make the world a better place through environmental and social responsibility. I spent over a decade with one of the world's largest consulting firms.  Even before, I spent time with an early stage start up, along with small and medium size businesses along the way.  So, in short, I understand the plight of both parents and the business world. And I now believe helping parents is the best way we can make for both a better workforce, and a better world - one business and one family at a time.

The best way to help working parents is to provide them
with the information + tools + support they need
The best way to help working parents is
to provide them with the information +
tools + support they need
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Your Parenting Mojo Business Solutions:
From Webinar > Membership > Premium Support

A Simple, Easy & Scaleable Path to Supporting Your Employees

While these times call for innovative and out-of-the-box thinking, working with us is simple, easy and can be rolled out into your working parent community right away.

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Kick Things Off With a Webinar Pilot or Series
A webinar pilot with Your Parenting Mojo introduces a research-based approach to making parenting easier, reduce stress, and set solid foundations for the future. A single webinar is a start, or a series can reinforce knowledge through multiple exposures on related topics.

Featured Webinar Topics

  1. Temper the Tantrums
  2. Setting Loving (& Effective!) Limits
  3. How to Stop Using Rewards to Gain Your Child's Compliance
  4. Taming Your Triggers
  5. Surviving Zoom-School
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Membership Licenses (Parenting Membership)
Parenting support with a research-based backbone. For employee parents with kids aged between 18 months and 6 years old who are somewhere between 'trying to survive' and 'looking to add to their toolbox' - with proven research and sound strategies.

KNOWLEDGE + SUPPORT + COMMUNITY*

  • Research-based knowledge on a custom learning platform - employees sign in with their own username/passwords
  • Support to get unstuck - small group (up to six members) peer coaching groups
  • Catalyst for progression and lasting change bolstered by a closed private online community

* Additional detail available on the Parenting Membership page

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Premium Levels of Support

  • Small Group Coaching Calls - 90 minute group coaching calls addressing challenges through 1:1 conversations
  • Support adjusted to meet parents' needs, which could include any combination of: holding space for them to express challenges they are facing, devising solutions to ongoing problems, role playing, encouraging shifts in perspective and mindset to see the problem in a new way
  • From Pilot Webinar, to Membership, to Membership bolstered with Small Group Support - scaleable options at your fingertips
Your Parenting Mojo Business Solutions:
From Webinar > Membership > Premium Support

A Simple, Easy & Scaleable Path to Supporting Your Employees

While these times call for innovative and out-of-the-box thinking, working with us is simple, easy and can be rolled out into your working parent community right away.

Kick Things Off With a Webinar Pilot or Series
A webinar pilot with Your Parenting Mojo introduces a research-based approach to making parenting easier, reduce stress, and set solid foundations for the future. A single webinar is a start, or a series can reinforce knowledge through multiple exposures on related topics.

Featured Webinar Topics

  1. Temper the Tantrums
  2. Setting Loving (& Effective!) Limits
  3. How to Stop Using Rewards to Gain Your Child's Compliance
  4. Taming Your Triggers
  5. Surviving Zoom-School

Membership Licenses (Parenting Membership)

Parenting support with a research-based backbone.

For employee parents with kids aged between 18 months and 6 years old who are somewhere between 'trying to survive' and 'looking to add to their toolbox' - with proven research and sound strategies.

KNOWLEDGE + SUPPORT + COMMUNITY*

  • Research-based knowledge on a custom learning platform - employees sign in with their own username/passwords
  • Support to get unstuck - small group (up to six members) peer coaching groups
  • Catalyst for progression and lasting change bolstered by a closed private online community

* Additional detail available on the Parenting Membership page

Premium Levels of Support

  • Small Group Coaching Calls - 90 minute group coaching calls addressing challenges through 1:1 conversations
  • Support adjusted to meet parents' needs, which could include any combination of: holding space for them to express challenges they are facing, devising solutions to ongoing problems, role playing, encouraging shifts in perspective and mindset to see the problem in a new way
  • From Pilot Webinar, to Membership, to Membership bolstered with Small Group Support - scaleable options at your fingertips
Thriving Families = Thriving Employees
A research-based approach alleviates parental stress, so parents can be leaders in the workplace while raising leaders of tomorrow
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Thriving Families =
Thriving Employees

A research-based approach alleviates parental stress, so parents can be leaders in the workplace while raising leaders of tomorrow
About Jen Lumanlan &
Your Parenting Mojo

Uniquely Positioned to Support Your Company's Working Parents

  • Research-based ideas to help parents - and their children - thrive
  • 135 + episodes from daily struggles to parenting towards societal change
  • 1+ million downloads & counting
  • Named Best Research-Based Parenting Podcast by Lifehacker
  • Interviews 'Who's Who' of parenting and child development
  • 15+ years prior experience in Enterprise, Small & Medium Sized businesses

In other words, I've done the work to help parents support their child's development, while making parenting easier. 

Jen Lumanlan, M.S., M.Ed,
CoActive Coach

About Jen Lumanlan
& Your Parenting Mojo

Uniquely Positioned to Support Your Company's Working Parents

  • Research-based ideas to help parents - and their children - thrive
  • 135 + episodes from daily struggles to parenting towards societal change
  • 1+ million downloads & counting
  • Named Best Research-Based Parenting Podcast by Lifehacker
  • Interviews 'Who's Who' of parenting and child development
  • 15+ years prior experience in Enterprise, Small & Medium Sized businesses

In other words, I've done the work to help parents support their child's development, while making parenting easier.

Jen Lumanlan, M.S., M.Ed,
CoActive Coach

What others are saying...

"The Office of Child Care and Family Resources provides support to UW-Madison student parents as they realize their academic goals.

As COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent public school closings continue, parents are reaching out for help as they struggle with the added responsibility of home schooling.

Jen came highly recommended and has already become a valuable resources for our families. Going forward, we are excited to partner with her on potential projects and events well into the future."


- Cigdem Unal,
Director UW-Madison Office of Campus Child Care and Family Resources

"I deeply appreciate Jen's work to help parents develop respect-based relationships with their children, using ideas that around grounded in peer-reviewed research.

As the pandemic launched, I shared her tools for navigating the world of working, parenting, and supporting online learning during COVID with a small parenting affinity group.

The colleagues found them to be so useful that it became a featured resource for the company of 30,000 global employees."


- John N. (anonymized for corporate policy)

What others are saying...

"The Office of Child Care and Family Resources provides support to UW-Madison student parents as they realize their academic goals.

As COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent public school closings continue, parents are reaching out for help as they struggle with the added responsibility of home schooling.

Jen came highly recommended and has already become a valuable resources for our families. Going forward, we are excited to partner with her on potential projects and events well into the future."

- Cigdem Unal,
Director UW-Madison Office of Campus Child Care and Family Resources

"I deeply appreciate Jen's work to help parents develop respect-based relationships with their children, using ideas that around grounded in peer-reviewed research.

As the pandemic launched, I shared her tools for navigating the world of working, parenting, and supporting online learning during COVID with a small parenting affinity group.

The colleagues found them to be so useful that it became a featured resource for the company of 30,000 global employees."

- John N. (anonymized for corporate policy)

© Jen Lumanlan 2021 - All Rights Reserved

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