Menopause: the last taboo
Wednesday, 12 October 2022, 12.30pm to 1.30pm
In support of World Menopause Month this October, you are invited to attend an awareness-raising workshop on the menopause and how it affects colleagues, students and others in our lives. This will be held online, on Wednesday 12 October (12:30 – 13:30). Click here to register.
What does it have to do with me?
Talking about menopause is still a taboo in the workplace, and its potential impacts are still not widely understood. But being able to spot the signs early, and know how and where to seek support, leads to better outcomes for the person directly impacted. The session will get us thinking about how we can be better managers and colleagues, developing our empathy and learning about menopause support. The workshop will cover:
- Menopause in the workplace
- Variances, types, triggers, stages of menopause, diagnosis and how to spot the signs
- Symptom management and prevention
- Menopause allyship
- Support and resources
About the speaker
The session will be facilitated by Lesley Salem, founder of Over The Bloody Moon; a certified menopause health coach, podcast hostess of “The Change Makers” and regular commentator in the press.
Over The Bloody Moon supports individuals and organisations, by removing the muddle of menopause.