Modern Menopause support for the whole organisation

Raising awareness to break the taboo that surrounds Menopause. To enable easy and supportive conversations and ensure women retain their careers and organisations keep valued employees. 

Working to create simple strategies that increase employee engagement and develop inclusive cultures.

Menopause is an everyone issue

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Women leave paid employment because of Menopause

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Women who experience Menopausal symptoms

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Staff affected by Menopause either directly & indirectly

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All women will have a Menopause

 

Woman to Woman

Bespoke one to one Coaching packages. Designed to give you back control

Teams

Presentations, Workshops & Labs Raising awareness and empowering teams

Organisations

Programmes & strategies to retain and nurture women and those who work alongside them

To anyone looking to open conversations about the menopause at work – I would highly recommend getting Kate involved, you won’t be disappointed!

Public Health England

This is a session every company wanting to support more women into senior positions should arrange.

Federated Hermes

Kate created a session that resonated with our employees perfectly

Northumbrian Water

Four easy steps to  a successful Menopause conversation at work

This simple 4 Step guide will empower you to open the conversation around your Menopause and get that all important support you need and deserve.

It really is as easy as 1, 2, 3 4!

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.”

Rachel Suff, Senior Policy Adviser, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)