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it’s time to talk about men’s health

Pick 5 men in your workplace. Have you got them in mind? Shockingly, 1 in 5 of your male colleagues won’t make it to retirement age due to preventable illnesses that if detected earlier would save 50% of premature deaths.

A tragic but true reality.

And what’s more is that suicide remains the leading cause of death in men under 35 years resulting from deteriorating mental health and dangerous taboos that suggest that men should ‘man up’.

We also know that men are far less likely to seek medical support from a GP, so the neglect of men’s health, mental and physical, is a ticking time bomb.

Isn’t it time we stopped neglecting men’s health in the workplace?

Isn’t it TIME TO TALK?

How can organisations better support male colleagues, create open conversations, and foster a culture where men proactively seek out help at the RIGHT time?

Kinhub, along with our panel of men’s health experts, is breaking down the taboo in this virtual event that promises to ask the hard questions and seek the truth about how your company can improve health outcomes and potentially save the lives of half your workforce.

Join us in support of International Men’s Day (19th November) to take a long hard look at how we turn the tide on the future wellbeing of male colleagues and create a new brighter reality.

diversity: building a people strategy to thrive

NEW and free virtual webinars from Kinhub are dedicated to helping you build a diversity strategy where your people and business thrive.

Breaking the Taboo of Being ‘Tough’ - A Spotlight on Men’s Health at Work

Thursday, 16th November 2023 at 2.30 pm (UK time)

attendees will be invited to skip the waitlist and receive one month’s FREE ACCESS to the Kinhub coaching platform for personal use

what you can expect to gain from this event

The ROI:  The true cost of not prioritising menopause at the workplace

Topic specialists: Meet menopause and andropause experts and learn to foster a supportive culture

Actionable steps: What’s the missing link in managing menopause in the workplace?

meet your speakers

We’ve got an expert panel of thought leaders, dedicated to helping your people and business thrive by building more inclusive and supported teams that drive organisational change.

Chris Attoe

NHS-trained Occupational Health Psychologist

Chris is an NHS-trained Occupational Health Psychologist with a background in improving people's working lives and mental health. Chris has considerable experience in supporting organisations to improve the working lives of their staff.

Lucy Patel

Nutritionist and Women’s Health Specialist

Lucy is a registered nutritionist and health coach who specialises in female health conditions and perimenopause. She is a strong advocate of women putting their own health and needs further up the priority list, particularly after having children. With 2 children of her own, she is acutely aware of how guilty women can be of neglecting their own health and wellbeing in favour of being parents, partners, and colleagues.

Louise Stephenson

Director at Rowan Group

With over 20 years of recruitment experience, Louise has recruited sales professionals at the senior level, and personally sat at the SMT level and managed a number of sales teams. Passionate about her role, she has qualified to CIPD level 5, supporting the SME market with organisational design and the life cycle of their business. Having been with The Rowan Group since September 2016, Louise lives by the daily mantra that there is always a solution, you just have to find it.

Monigho Griffin

Menopause Wellbeing Coach

Monigho has utilised a decade of coaching and teaching experience to devise a coaching programme that will give you more clarity, confidence, and courage by providing you with the awareness of the symptoms and the skills which will help to minimise their effects or help you cope with them better.

the agenda

With our latest inspirational session, we are here to help you build a diversity strategy that not only helps your people thrive but builds a stronger, more attractive organisation for the future. Here’s what we’ve got in store.

  • Welcome & introductions (5 minutes)
  • Keynote ‘Breaking the Silence’ with Lucy Patel (10 minutes)
  • Panel discussion ‘Managers and Menopause - Are they ready?’ (15 minutes)
  • Audience Q&A (10 minutes)
  • Chris Attoe, NHS-Trained Occupational Health Psychologist - The real opportunity of breaking the silence on menopause and how Kinhub are shaping the future of workplace wellbeing (10 minutes)
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