Stew Friedman on the Urgency of Leadership in Parenting
Stew Friedman has focused much of his career on studying work/life integration and advocating for a better environment for working parents.
He is the founding director of the Wharton Leadership Program at University of Pennsylvania, a best selling author, and an award-winning professor who inspires “rock star adoration from his students,” according to the New York Times. His latest book, Parents Who Lead, shares how working parents can balance their responsibilities and build a better future for themselves and their children.
Stew joined host Robert Glazer on the Elevate Podcast to talk about his research into working parents, why this issue is so urgent, and ways that parents can excel personally and professionally.
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Links from the Episode
Parents Who Lead by Stewart Friedman and Alyssa Westring
Wharton Leadership Program
The Work and Life Podcast
Guest: Stew Friedman
Host: Robert Glazer
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