Is female representation important to your organisation?
Then Menopause is too
Menopause is the issue that organisations are yet to fully incorporate into their female equality policies. Yet it occurs for most women at the point that they are in their career ascendency. They are at their most brilliant, experienced and valuable to their employer. It’s time to make sure they stay.
Woman to Woman
Bespoke one to one Coaching packages. Designed to give you back control
Presentations, Workshops & Labs Raising awareness and empowering teams
Menopause & EDI. Creating and implementing multi-faceted approaches for equality & diversity
Do you want to have a successful Menopause conversation at work?
If you do you are probably wondering what support you might need, how to confidently ask for it and most importantly, how to get it!
If you are Menopausal and your symptoms are starting to impact the way you do your work, whether they be physical, psychological, emotional or as is often the case, a mixture of all three, then this free download is for you.
Talking about Menopause at work can be scary. It feels very vunlnerable.
This four step guide takes you through identifying your symptoms, prioritising your support needs, planning and preparing for the converstation and lastly taking control of it.
You will change your minset from vulnerability to being in control of the outcome.
If you want to have a confident and successful Menopause conversation at work, click the download button now!
Your Second Phase
Reclaiming work and relationships during and after Menopause
“For so many, menopause has been misunderstood and poorly supported. Kate’s book gives women the ideas and tools they need to successfully navigate Menopause. She tackles everything, from money and work to motherhood and relationships. This is one of those great books for women, by a woman, that every man should read”
Gethin Nadin, Author, A World of Good
“This book shines a light on what should be a priority workplace issue – Menopause. The chapter on work provides valuable insight that will give many women the confidence to start a conversation in their organisation about support that could help with their symptoms and transform their working life.”