We deliver the following evidence based menopause workshops and support groups within the workplace: 

 

  • Menopause awareness session

  • Menopause workshop for managers

  • Menopause workshop for all employees

  • Menopause champion training 

  • Monthly support groups

For more information please either book a free initial consultation below or head to the contact us page. 

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"A 2019 survey conducted by BUPA and the chartered institute for personal development (CIPD) found that 3 in 5 menopausal women were negatively affected at work and at that almost 900,000 women in the UK left their jobs over an undefined period of time because of menopausal symptoms."

 Menopause can be of great cost to employees and employers and result in: 

  • Temporary underperformance

  • Loss of expertise

  • Cost of replacing employees

  • Potential tribunals if staff are not correctly supported

These workshops are a great way of offering support to your employees in line with your company's menopause policy.  This training has been designed to educate and inform men and women of all ages, so that they can be better prepared to support themselves, their colleagues and their partners throughout this challenging midlife phase. 

 

These can be delivered face to face or virtually and have been written to appeal to all learning styles using a combination of discussions, video and group work. To find out how we can help support your workplace with menopause training, please get in touch.

 

 MENOPAUSE WORKSHOPS

Kevin, Pembroke College

As a Male manager, I found this course very insightful and incredibly informative. I have gained knowledge and skills which will help me deal with staff in the best way possible.

Anon

I have been so buoyed up over the last month since joining the group - I love our time spent together, funny, sad, poignant...it makes me feel like I am not going gaga. 

Janine, Citizens Advice bureau

This course was really thought provoking! Lots of helpful information and interactions. Subject wasn't medicalised and participation/questions were encouraged. 

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