Slay Work/Life Balance Like a Mother: Surviving as a working mother in adveritising

Being a working mother is hard. Being a working mother in advertising is ridiculously hard.  Demanding client schedules and shoots across the country can often feel at odds with an end-goal of work-life balance.

Based on her new book Slay Like a Mother, which Parade magazine named one of the “Top 10 self-help books for 2019”, author Katherine Wintsch shares what no one else is willing to say about the struggles moms in advertising face when trying to do it all.

Join Katherine Wintsch, CEO of The Mom Complex and author of Slay Like a Mother as she reviews tips and tricks that mothers can use to add balance and sanity to their lives. Agency management teams will learn key insights about this important employee group and what support looks like.  

Key takeaways:

  • How to be a high performer without being perfect
  • How your agency’s culture can better support working mothers
  • How to say no to others and yes to yourself
  • How to quiet the negative voice in your head

 Who should attend:

 Whether you’re a working mother, or you manage working mothers, this webinar is for you.

All levels and departments, including senior leaders and HR professionals responsible for recruiting and retaining working parents are encouraged to join.

About Katherine Wintsch:

Katherine Wintsch is the founder and CEO of The Mom Complex where she helps some of the largest companies in the world such as Walmart, Johnson & Johnson, Pinterest and Chobani develop better products and services for mothers.

She is also author of the popular book Slay Like a Mother – which Parade magazine named one of the “top 10 life-changing self-help books of the year.”

Katherine’s sought-after research on women and mothers has been featured by The Today Show, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Working Mother magazine.  However, don’t let all the accolades fool you. She’s also been through years of therapy, decades of self-doubt and more than her fair share of tequila. Thankfully, she tamed her “dragon of self-doubt” and now she’s helping other women do the same.