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What if you could create an award-winning support network for working parents and carers while building meaningful connections in the wider community? Join me as I talk with Tim Soper from Aon about the incredible success of their Parents and Carers Network and its subgroup, the Dads at Aon Network. Discover how these innovative networks have grown and evolved, providing invaluable support and inspiration to countless working parents.
During our conversation, we explore the power of PR and visibility in forging connections with external networks and discuss the steps necessary to establish a thriving support group from the ground up. Tim shares his insights on the importance of spreading the load among dedicated members, creating a space for open conversations, and utilizing available resources to make a lasting impact.
Finally, we dive into the nuts and bolts of structuring a support network, from crafting a purposeful annual plan to fostering an inclusive environment that celebrates diversity. Learn how employee happiness can directly benefit the workplace and gain valuable tips from Tim's experiences in growing and supporting the Dads at Aon Network. Don't miss out on this empowering episode packed with invaluable insights for anyone looking to start or strengthen their own network.
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