Keynote and Workshop
Traditional gender roles are broken every day by modern families. The mother becomes the main breadwinner and the father becomes a Stay-At-Home Dad. This model is not the new norm yet but is a good alternative.
In this program, Andreas shares insights on being a Stay-At-Home Dad from his 12 years’ experience. This non-traditional family model is becoming more and more important in today’s world and the fight for gender equality.
Andreas outlines the challenges Stay-At-Home Dads and families are facing. The program discusses:
Participants will come away from this program with:
“Tales of Mr. Mom – Do man have to work, too?” can be delivered in formats ranging from a 20/30/60 minutes Keynotes to a half or full day seminar. The tools also provide rich material for breakouts or workshops following on from a keynote. This program can be adapted specifically to the needs of your audience.
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