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WORKPLACE WELLBEING

​Women over the age of 50 are the fastest growing segment of the workforce,
and most will go through the menopause transition during their working lives.

[Source: CIPD]

I have first-hand experience of he perimenopause and menopause at work.

Being on top of matters, delivering, meeting responsibilities and performing at work when dealing with emotional ups and downs, tiredness, low energy, headaches and mental fatigue can lead to worry and anxiety.

How some days are a mountain to climb with the simple act of listening, focusing and multi-tasking being sheer hard work.

How it can feel when stepping back and turning down opportunity is something we consider, and perhaps do, because of the way in which midlife changes can impacts us.

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HOW I HELP

I help women to gain a deeper understanding of this time of life and the lifestyle factors that can positively help.

Guiding and encouraging women to share how they are feeling and to seek help in their personal and professional life, so they don’t struggle alone and in silence.

With my background as a Chartered Manager and a Human Resource Management Professional;

  • I can help organisations shape their Health and Wellness policies to include the menopause and women’s wellbeing in midlife and help foster understanding and sensitive handling of what is a personal and private matter for female staff.

With the right support, women can continue their flourishing careers and
organisations can retain their experienced and valuable employees.