Welcome New Member, Nina Farr, to the Single Mums Business Network. Nina is a Leadership Coach & Mentor, TEDx Speaker, Author of ‘I am the Parent Who Stayed’, and there’s more! Read on…

I am delighted to welcome Nina Farr, to the Single Mums Business Network, aka SMBN.

You really need to visit Nina’s website to fully appreciate the scope of her offerings, from coaching, HR Support, her own Cluster Mothers Membership group, her book, and much more. Here is what Nina says;

‘I am Nina Farr. I am an experienced Leadership Coach and Mentor, Speaker and Author; I believe that parenting is the most powerful and significant leadership role in the world. I also recognise that many women struggle to feel they can show leadership at home, especially when life at home is tough.

I support women all around the world who are parenting alone, often in extremely challenging personal and professional circumstances. Helping them get back in the driving seat of their family journey, guiding them to re-vision for their future; personally, professionally, financially and emotionally. I am the creator of the acclaimed ‘Family Vision’ programme, an evidence informed and thoroughly researched programme designed to support women to parent with confidence and leadership, after experiencing high conflict, traumatic or abusive family breakdown. I offer expert and personal understanding of the impact of trauma on family relationships.

My gentle handling of the complexities of family breakdown have helped me to guide hundreds of women through all kinds of relationship change – including mothers in same sex families, those facing high conflict separations and women who have experienced domestic abuse – to help them to rebuild their life. My mission is to enable mothers to make courageous changes, to give you the support you need to navigate the transition into single parenthood. Then to build even stronger foundations for a happy family life and continued professional success. Working with me is filled with energy, a lot of laughter, a sense of positivity and fun into an otherwise daunting period in any mother’s life.

I am a former Journalist, Author of ‘I Am The Parent Who Stayed’ which serves as a manual for stepping into parenting alone. I also contribute articles for leading parenting magazines including Juno, Mums&Tots and the Primary Times and Psychologies. I have given a TEDx Talk on empowering lone parent families.’

I am delighted that Nina has joined the SMBN. We pride ourselves in helping to raise awareness of other Single Mums in Business, as, as Nina says, one in four families are headed by Single Parents now, and they need us to show up and support them as we too needed support navigating this complex and beautiful journey.

The SMBN, where SOLO no longer means SOLO, and leaders do not have to lead SOLO. Together we are stronger. Together we are the SMBN 💞

To join, or learn more about the SMBN click here

To visit Nina’s website http://www.ninafarr.com click here

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