Speaking

The cost to replace each working mom manager making $40K+ is $8,000. The cost to replace each working mom executive making $100K+ can be as high as $213,000. Compared to the alternative, it costs virtually nothing to ensure these women are heard and understood by offering them unique programming in the workplace.

 

Employers view wellness as one of the top five benefits they believe to be most important to employees. Benefits that are more easily offered were more likely to increase, such as stress management programs and personal or life coaching.

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Attendee survey results:

10 out of 10 respondents enjoyed this event. 9 out of 10 respondents would go to this event again. 6 out of 10 respondents felt the event was personalized.

Lisa Jebsen
Zynga

Working Parents and Women’s ERG

Subject Matter Expert

 Christine is a working parents and women’s ERG subject matter expert; employees have ranked her talks the best corporate programming event of the year. She is a great facilitator for this audience, understanding their challenges and encouraging them to have lively discussions. 

  • Improve employee well-being
  • Provide care for employees and their families in challenging times
  • Attract and retain diverse talent
  • Increase productivity in the workplace

Company & Brand Clients Include

Christine has received testimonials from her private talks with employee resource groups. Each talk is customized to fit the needs of the employer’s workforce. For those interested in achieving change within the organization and diversifying their corporate consultants, Christine Michel Carter is a great choice. Check out Christine’s speaker reel or download her media kit.

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Mental Health Programming

great corporate keynote speaker for parents and media analyst, Christine Michel Carter will genuinely inspire attendees to believe in themselves and conquer their fears. Christine’s signature talks include:

Content & Communication Programming

As a Senior ForbesWomen Contributor, Christine Michel Carter is often asked how she got into writing. But there’s no secret formula: everyone has the ability to write and develop disruptive, thought-provoking content (yes, even at work). Christine’s newest talk revolves around effective communication:

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Programming

Creating a culture of teamwork and respect will keep the work environment positive and productive. Diversity of retention and diversity and equity of promotions are critical.

 

Supporting parents should also be integrated into to a DE&I strategy, as underrepresented racial groups are also more likely to be working parents. Christine is an open and honest corporate keynote speaker who helps attendees become more assertive, confident and their own career champion. Christine’s DE&I corporate keynote speaker programming includes:

Live Chat Day

Your parent workforce can chat directly with Christine Michel Carter for quick resources, problem solving, or simply for a listening “ear.” Working parents looking for personalized support and specific guidance can connect in real-time with Christine for eight hours via a chat window.

 

Aside from convenience, benefits for Christine’s clients have included the ability to offer a unique employee benefit, discover team members’ pain points anonymously and resolve issues faster.

Mother’s Room Designer

The federal Break Time for Nursing Mothers law requires employers covered by FLSA to provide basic accommodations for breastfeeding mothers in the workplace. These accommodations must include time for women to express milk and a private space that isn’t a bathroom for them to use each time they need to pump. After returning to work from maternity leave, Christine had to pump in a bathroom stall due to a lack of nursing accommodations from her employer. Now, Christine helps progressive, family-friendly companies design comfortable and hygienic mother’s rooms.