WELLBEING

NEW PARENTS

Becoming parents creates an extraordinary “development window” that optimizes the brain’s synapses, allowing people to learn better. It’s the perfect time to train core skills and develop new ones too.

Lifeed Parents
WELLBEING

NEW PARENTS

Becoming parents creates an extraordinary “development window” that optimizes the brain’s synapses, allowing people to learn better. It’s the perfect time to train core skills and develop new ones too.

Lifeed Parents

Why New Parents?

New Parents is the program dedicated to employees that are new parents (both women and men) with children aged between 0-3 years.

It’s been confirmed by both the new parents that have taken part in the program and the companies they work for.

80%

of mothers and fathers believe that having a child doesn’t slow learning down, but rather stimulates new skills and energies.

98%

of mothers and fathers that followed the program would recommend it to a friend or colleague.

94%

of Life Ready® companies renew their program subscription each year.

Parenthood feeds education

We break down stereotypes that motherhood blocks professional development, transforming them into opportunities for professional growth. Even when they are on leave, our participants feel connected to the company and return stronger than ever.

Paternity becomes the opportunity to dig deeper into personal dimensions that are usually reserved for the private sphere. The result? Renewed energy and unleashed resources, improving teamwork, leadership and corporate results – now more than ever.

We’ve demonstrated that motherhood and fatherhood don’t penalize the company. These experiences give companies professionals with stronger skills that can unleash their creativity, organizational abilities and lots of other skills that can be recognized and measured with Lifeed.

Sonia Malaspina, HR director South Europe Danone Specialized Nutrition

Results

With Lifeed New Parents, companies invest in their ability to innovate.

The Observatory for Parenthood, a collaboration between Life Based Value and Valore D,
studies how parenting practices impact managerial skills.
In 2019, the first study confirmed that parents of young children
develop the same traits that innovators do, developing creativity,
mental agility and problem solving.

%

feel their children stimulate their creativity

%

believe in the future and that they can change it

%

feel quicker and more efficient in problem solving

Contact us to try New Parents for free.

MOTHERS AND FATHERS ARE TRUE CHAMPIONS OF INNOVATION.