Tuesday 15th December 2020

WISH Yorkshire & Humber Winter Newsletter 2020


The WISH Yorkshire & Humber board would like to send all their members the very best of Christmas wishes and here’s hoping to a healthy and happy 2021.

WISH Yorkshire & Humber Winter Newsletter 2020

WISH Yorkshire & Humber region were delighted with the response to their ‘Let’s Talk Menopause’ workshop that they hosted in October.

Over 100 of you registered for the event in which we heard from Claire Stone of Accent Group, who shared a personal account of working through the menopause. We then heard from Jeannette Jackson of the Manchester Stress Institute and Dr Emma Gladwinfield who’s a General Practitioner.

The menopause isn’t often talked about in the workplace and so we were keen to keep the session interactive. There were lots of questions for the panel who were able to share their knowledge and experiences to help others – either personally or within their organisations.

Feedback has been overwhelming with one participant saying it was “A brilliant webinar and very informative. Really enjoyed hearing the personal story experiences and expert advice from the speakers. Can well recommend”. 

As this session was so popular, we’ll be looking to host follow-on sessions in 2021 – so watch this space.

You can watch the recording here.

The WISH Yorkshire & Humber board would like to send all their members the very best of Christmas wishes and here’s hoping to a healthy and happy 2021. 


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