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Thursdays with ThirdPath – Free Monthly Webinars 

2019-2020 webinar theme: Celebrating Our Success – Work, Family and Leadership Redesign

This year – our 20th anniversary – we will be celebrating ThirdPath’s trailblazing role predicting men’s increasing involvement with family and our pioneering work supporting leaders to live and model integrated lives. We’ve got a lot to celebrate, but there is also more work to do. Too many people still feel forced to choose between work and caring well for loved ones. Join this year’s Thursday with ThirdPath webinars to feel inspired about what’s possible as you take the next step towards change.

Join our free interactive webinars – 2nd Thursday of the month – from 1:00-2:00pm ET

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OCTOBER – 10/03/19
Daring to Do Work, Family and Leadership Differently

What do parents do to redesign work and family so they can follow an integrated career path? Hear from a diverse group of families who are part of the ThirdPath community. Learn, as Brene Brown says, how they are daring greatly.
Webinar takes place on 1st Thursday.

NOVEMBER – 11/7/19
How Have Things Changed?

Pepper Schwartz’s book, Peer Marriage, was one of the first books on Shared Care. Today she’s an expert helping couples on the popular TV show, Married at First Sight. Join us to learn how today’s families have changed in the past 20 years.
Webinar takes place on 1st Thursday.

DECEMBER – 12/12/19
Lessons from Leaders Who Turn Off Work on Vacation

Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary expects his employees to work on Vacation! But learn why pioneering leaders like Brett Goldblatt (ThirdPath board member) taught us why its a bad approach for business.

JANUARY – 1/9/20
Are We Stressed? Or Has Work Become Our Calling?

Join Peter Senge as we explore what causes burnout. Is it bad bosses? A global economy? Or because , as Derek Thompson argues, a job is no longer a job, it’s a calling. Join us to discuss these unsettling trends, and to find out if there is a better way.

FEBRUARY – Date to be announced
Celebrating Diverse Roads to Work-Life Integration

Riche J. Daniel Barnes will share insights from her ground breaking book, Raising the Race. Join us to learn how African American professional women juggle work, children, marriage and their connections to the wider Black community.

MARCH – 3/12/20
Lesson from Leaders Who Worked Reduced Hours

Beth Spencer and Chris Doyle are two amazing leaders who worked reduced and flexed hours as they moved into positions of leadership. Learn how this was a win for them, their organizations and the teams they managed.

APRIL – 4/9/20
The Time, Money, Gender Bind

Join long-time supporters Scott Behson, Working Dad’s Survival Guide and Lisa Levey, The Libra Solution, as we explore the role men play promoting gender equality at work.

MAY – 5/14/20
The Changing Family Landscape

Christine Carter, author of Raising Happiness and The Sweet Spot, returns with her new book about today’s experiences parenting teenagers and the impact of social media and mobile devices.

JUNE – Date to be announced
Work, Family and Leadership Redesign for Fathers

Will Rowe, Rob Hickox and Ivan Axelrod – three leaders who are part of the ThirdPath community – will share their “whole life” journeys and how they are redefining what it means to be a father and a leader.

 

 

 

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Assist individuals, families and organizations in finding new ways to redesign work to create time for family, community and other life priorities. Develop a growing community of individuals, leaders and organizations to influence wider change - both within organizations and at the public policy level. Support a new mind-set where everyone can follow a "third path" - an integrated approach to work and life.

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Phone: 215.747.8790
Email: time4life (at) thirdpath.org