Be a great parent and thrive at work

Inceptive partners with businesses to assist parents with parental leave transitions and beyond.

Our experts enable parents and managers to find creative solutions and plan for leave transitions as well as work-life issues that benefit working parents, their children and employers.

We exist so that working moms and dads can promote their child’s development –– without forgetting their own personal and professional wellbeing.


Inceptive helps organizations by equipping working parents, their managers, and impacted teams by bringing expert-led workshops and ongoing community support to them, right at their place of work and/or their home. This focused, group-driven approach benefits working parents by creating a network of experts and peers that can support them as they strive to be stronger parents, better employees, and healthier individuals –– while helping their children reach their full potential, too.


Employees are one of employer’s greatest assets. However, when left unsupported amidst major life changes like starting a family, the same employees who typically act as a competitive advantage, can put employers at risk of facing lower productivity, increased absenteeism and turnover.

Reduce absenteeism and attrition rates
Increase employee morale and productivity
Promote diversity and inclusion in workplace


Through our interactive, easy to access expert-led workshops, webinars and ongoing community support, we empower working parents to uncover ideal ways to remain productive and keep themselves in optimal health, without sacrificing what’s best for their child.

Reduce mental and physical stress
Increase productivity, job pride and satisfaction
Promote child development and learning

Be a more inclusive workplace for parents

Inceptive is redefining how the workplace prepares and advocates for working parents. By making it easier for new parents to take on life before, during, and after parental leave, Inceptive helps businesses keep top talent, parents avoid burnout, and children reach their full potential.


Our program is designed to benefit both employees and employers by reducing stress, improving overall health, and promoting happiness for working parents and their children. Through expert-led workshops, webinars, and online support, we exist to better the lives of parents hard at work –– and their children.

Onsite sessions

Expert-led, entirely customizable onsite workshops covering a wide range of topics

Online sessions

Expert-led, live interactive workshops easily accessible from anywhere

Online support​

Wherever, whenever online community that includes chats, newsletters, and peer groups

Upcoming Webinars

Inceptive hosts interactive parenting classes live online on various topics, so that parents can promote their child’s development –– without forgetting their own personal and professional wellbeing.

Impact your community, for the better

Inceptive’s model is set up in order make strides toward supporting working parents everywhere. In addition to working with businesses, Inceptive partners with public housing and community organizations to conduct free educational workshops for underserved families.

Bring our resources to the community of your choice!


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March 25, 2019

Children develop math concepts and skills very early in life through their daily routines and activities. How parents talk with their babies and toddlers with using words like more, few, empty and large matters. Learn about informal activities that give children a head start when they start learning math in school.

Biting in child care: What are the risks?
March 18, 2019

Biting is a very common behavior among toddlers and it is even more of a problem when kids are together in the same room, for instance, at a daycare.

Three ways you can help your kid be more honest
March 11, 2019

It’s common for children as young as three to lie or cheat. Parents play an important role in helping their children value honesty, and recent research offers some suggestions for how to do this.

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