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THP Webinar - Workplace Matters...

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Event information
Date 11 May 2023
Time 9:00-16:30 (Timezone: Europe/London)
Venue Online
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The last couple of years have been challenging for us all. The 4 x 90 minute sessions during this one day offer confidential help and advice around 4 of the most prevalent personal issues which people are facing right now: Mental Health issues, Menopause, Infertility, and Neurodiversity.

We are opening the sessions to all Henley Partnership member employees. More information on each session can be accessed below, along with a link to register for your place confidentially on Zoom.

Please ensure you register on Zoom by 4 May 2023 to secure your place. We hope you find your chosen session helpful and informative.

09:00 - 10:30 (BST) - Coping Through Tough Times

This session reflects on how stress can affect us and introduces tools and strategies to help us to best manage our mental health and wellbeing.

It will be delivered by Runa Uddin, Training and Consultancy Manager at the Charity Mind.

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11:00 - 12:30 (BST) - Why Fertility Matters at Work

In this webinar we will discuss the many routes to parenthood, explaining what infertility is, why people need fertility treatment and how common it is. We will highlight alternative routes to parenthood for the LGBTQ+ community, including discussions around surrogacy, adoption and solo parenthood.

Co-delivered by Shaun Greenaway from Knackeredknackers, with his own infertility story, Natalie Silverman, who launched The Fertility Podcast following the success of her own infertility treatment, Becky Kearns, founder of DefiningMum, and Michael Johnson-Ellis, co-founder of Two Dads UK and My Surrogacy Journey.

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13:00 - 14:30 (BST) - Supporting Neurodiversity

The term “neurodiversity” recognises that everyone sits along a continuum of ability in any skill, rather than describing the things that people are unable to do as a disability, e.g. attention deficit disorder. By including everyone on the same continuum, we no longer imply that some people (the neurotypical) are better than others (the disabled). Additional benefits of this way of thinking will be outlined in the webinar.

Prof. Patricia Riddell will deliver this session, Professor of Applied Neuroscience at the University of Reading.

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15:00 - 16:30 (BST) - How to Escape Menopause Misery without Synthetic Hormones & Menopause at Work: Understanding What Works and What Does Not

A 2 part session: The first provides an overview of menopause and offers a holistic approach: the second focuses on menopause and how it shows up in the workplace.

Co-delivered by Sarah Davison, a natural menopause expert, and Dr Tatiana Rowson, Henley Business School Coaching faculty.

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The Henley Partnership

Talk to the team about membership - request a call or ask us a question at:

Telephone: 01491 418 855