I have written in a wide range of business, parenting, news and popular press outlets, including Harvard Business Review, Time, the Wall Street Journal, Quartz, the Washington Post, the Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, Ask Men, Good Men Project, and many more.
I am a regularly featured author of digital articles at HBR:
- Be a Work-Life Friendly Boss (HBR IdeaCast podcast and transcript)
- What’s a Working Dad to Do?
- Don’t Treat Your Career Marathon Like a Sprint
- A Balanced Approach to Career Planning
- How to Be a Family-Friendly Boss
- Increase Workplace Flexibility and Boost Performance
- Work-Life Balance Through Interval Training
- The Rise of the Hands-On Dad
- Relax, You Have 168 Hours This Week
- Flex Time Doesn’t Need to Be an HR Policy
- Just Because You’re Happy Doesn’t Mean You’re Not Burned Out
- Work-Life Balance Is Easier When Your Manager Knows How to Assess Performance
- Complying with Family-Friendly Leave Policies Is Not Enough
- Would Amazon’s 30-Hour-Week Experiment Work in Your Company?
My articles are among the most widely read and shared articles on HBR’s website, which itself is the 17th most shared website in the US.
A Working Mom’s Advice for Life Balance, in which I interview Sara Sutton Fell, founder and CEO of Flexjobs.com on her work-family juggle.
- Time- 5 Things You Should Know About Working Dads
- Fast Company– One Super-Easy Way To Advocate For Parental Leave
- Quartz– Give dads a gift they can really use this Father’s Day: paternity leave
- Washington Post “On Parenting”– What my millennial students taught me about work life balance and why we should all listen
- Buzzfeed– 11 Ways Dads Can Successfully Juggle Work And Family
- Ask Men- Involved Fatherhood: We Need to Start Giving Active Dads More Credit
- Huffington Post – I am a regular contributor to The Huffington Post, where my work appears on both the Business and Parents sections. Some of my favorites include: 4 Ways My ‘Paternity Leave’ Shaped Me As a Father and Strengthened My Family, 6 Things You Should Know About Working Dads, 5 Reasons Why Bosses Resist Flexible Work (and what you can do about it), Why Don’t More Men Walk the Talk on Work-Family?, Paternity Leave is Good for Kids, Too!, 16 Dads, 16 Paternity Leaves
- Good Men Project – I am a proud to be a regular contributor to the Good Men Project online men’s magazine, where I have written dozens of features for the Dads & Families section, plus occasional articles for their Marriage, Good Life and Sports sections. Some of my favorites include:Building Father-Child Memories That Last, Joe Flacco and Hunter Mahan: Why They Both Made the Right Work-Family Decision, I Consider Myself Insanely Lucky, Thank You, Elvis, for Helping Me Raise My Son, 100 Words on Love: My Son’s First Heartbreak, Being a Father Makes You Better at Your Job, Hey Slacker Dad, Parent the Way You Want and Stop Being a Jerk About It
- Salary.com. I am a semi-regular contributor for the leading web site for job seekers and salary information
- FDU alumni magazine- Double Duty Dads
- Daily Plate of Crazy- D.A. Wolf’s really smart, fun and informative lifestyle blog- I am happy to be the first male regular contributor to this site. Click here for a list of my articles
- WiseCareers.com, where I have written a series of articles about work-life considerations for job seekers and career planning
- As part of my day job as a Business School Professor at Fairleigh Dickinson University, I have 17 peer-review journal publications, have won several research awards, and have presented over 40 times at prestigious national and international conferences
The Working Dad’s Survival Guide has been excerpted in various outlets, including:
- Huffington Post Parents (Joys and sacrifices of fatherhood and working dads)
- Huffington Post Business (Negotiating for flexibility)
- Good Men Project (Being present during family time)
- Fatherly (Financial planning)
- LinkedIn (Time management, work-family balance, better “to do lists,” working dads)
- Salary.com (Workplace flexibility)
- The Greater Good (Making family time memorable)
- City Dads Group (The distractions of technology)
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