Cracking The Menopause Code: Navigating your career through menopause

Cracking The Menopause Code: Navigating your career through menopause

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Date:

August 30

Time:

01:00 pm - 02:00 pm

Tickets:

Organizer

Forward Ladies

Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/forward-ladies-6649089083
Cracking The Menopause Code: Navigating your career through menopause

Did you know that 1 in 4 women consider leaving their jobs because of menopause? And 1 in 10 actually do!

Globally, the average age that women reach menopause is between the ages of 45 – 55 years, although they can experience it earlier. Around 1 in every 100 women experience early menopause due to medical conditions, treatment or surgery. Regardless of the age women first experience menopause symptoms, the severity of their suffering varies greatly. it can be an unbearable time – stressful, debilitating and completely life-changing for them

Menopause continues to remain a taboo subject or a laughing matter – especially in the workplace, whilst women continue to suffer.

Join us this month for our Members Mentoring Session, where we will be joined by Catherine Harland, Menopause Mentor to learn:

  • Menopause awareness: The truths and myths of menopause
  • Learning and Dealing with the 3 stages of menopause
  • Navigating your career through menopause

Join us on the 30th of August, 2022, from 1 pm -2 pm. This event is for members only.

NB: More speakers to be confirmed soon.

About Our Guest

Catherine Harland

After 30 years working in the corporate world, North East based business woman, Catherine Harland, decided to change careers to become a menopause educator, 1-1 coach and menopause awareness workplace training provider. This career change was born out of much personal adversity after Catherine’s own debilitating menopause journey from the age of 38. Now aged 52 and having undertaken menopause training along with years of research, it has become her mission to support as many women and workplaces as possible, providing balanced, evidence-based information