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COFFEE BREAK WEBINARS
EVERYWOMANNETWORK’S VIRTUAL COFFEE BREAKS
The new weekly digital everywomanNetwork coffee break webinars are an opportunity for you to connect and engage with a vibrant community, who not only want to remain focussed on their own development but also, they will help you feel connected to others who are also adjusting to our new world.
Covering a wide range of topics, our coffee breaks are an opportunity to discuss your experiences and tips, as well as joining others for a friendly and informal chat.
As Pride month draws to a close, we’ll be inviting some fantastic guest speakers to take part in some lively conversation around the significance of Pride in today’s world, and why it’s all the more important that we celebrate it while working remotely.
Research has shown that women are far less likely than men to feel happy with the state of their finances — and to have clarity
Coffee Break: Why are women still doing more housework, and how can we change this during and post lockdown?
Why it’s time to come clean about who’s doing the dishes… In this month’s coffee break, we’ll be diving into the thorny issue of the
In dark times, it can be hard to look on the bright side. But it’s more important than ever that we stay positive. To help us find the humour in this bleakest of situations, and no doubt give us a giggle or several, Laughology Founder and stand-up comic Stephanie Davies will be joining the everywoman team for a lively and laughter-filled chat.
The prospect of a new normal presents so many opportunities to change for the better how we work, play, live and love. In this coffee break session, the everywoman team will be joined by Ali Stripling, Head of Community & Inclusion at Arm, woman of action and all round dynamo, who’ll be sharing the ins and outs of making life changing decisions and seeing them through.
In this session, members of the everywoman team will share the advice – good and bad – that’s lead them to make life changes, or just see the world differently.
The past few weeks have forced many of us to depart from our usual routines and change everything from the way we work, parent, care for relatives and keep in touch with friends, to how we socialise, shop and even exercise.
Okay, maybe they won’t change your life, but they might just make it a little bit easier or more joyful. Listen to this friendly, informal chat, as members of the everywoman team share the apps they use on a daily basis to be more productive, healthier and happier.
In the first of our regular everywomanNetwork coffee mornings, you’re invited to a conversation and Q&A with everywoman’s Director of Training, Kate Farrow, and Associate Editor, Rebecca Lewis.