Michelle Obama has proudly proclaimed that during her husband’s tenure as President, she is going to be “Mom-in-Chief.” Now, with a little help from author Jamie Woolf, we can all figure out how to be the Mom-in-Chief of our own family units!
Woolf was my guest on the most recent PunditMom Radio show at BlogTalk Radio and is the author of the new book, Mom-in-Chief: How Wisdom from the Workplace Can Save Your Family from Chaos.
Woolf has been a workplace consultant for many years and realized that many of the lessons we learn as working professionals can be translated into positive parenting techniques to keep things running a little more smoothly at home!
No, we’re not going to be asking our kids to write us a 20-page memo on cleaning their room, but thinking about how we try to motivate our co-workers can definitely provide some insight into how we can try a new spin on getting our children to cooperate and connect with us without quite so much anxiety!
Want my review copy? Leave a comment explaining how you’ve taken a lesson learned from your office experiences that have helped you to become a Mom — or Dad — in-Chief!