Contributed by Norfolk Chamber of Commerce
3/09/2019 - Norfolk Chamber of Commerce
Enjoy a morning of networking over breakfast at The Imperial Hotel, Great Yarmouth. Get back into networking after the summer break, catch up with your contacts and make new connections at the relaxed Norfolk Chamber of Commerce breakfast taking place on Thursday, 5th September.
The guest speaker, Kate Pigeon-Owen, will be talking on ‘Embracing the Menopause’ and why we need to create a menopause-friendly workplace. Kate will look at the easy changes that can be implemented in your company.
Kate’s career started in the City, working for Extel Financial, part of the Financial Times, working with accountants, solicitors and financial institutions. Since then Kate has run a successful Stress Management company in London, before moving to Norfolk and setting up Wellbeing International Ltd, offering training and consultancy in the UK, Canada and the Far East.
As a manager, Kate knows and understands the responsibilities of looking after the needs of her team and has many years’ experience of working in the corporate, statutory and voluntary sectors. She trained as a counsellor and has worked for charities such as Turning Point assisting with Relapse Prevention, low self-esteem and addiction issues. She is a facilitator of international accredited trainings in communication with the IAIM and was a founding member of a Suffolk Charity school.Kate has appeared on television and BBC Norfolk radio, Woman’s Hour, and published articles on education, stress and massage in many publications including the East Anglian Daily Times and Organic Life magazine.
Details of the event:
Date: Thursday, 5 September, 2019, 07:30 to 09:30
Venue: The Imperial Hotel, North Drive, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 1EQ
Member Rate: £20 + VAT
While this event is for members only, if you would like to attend to see if joining the Chamber might be the right move for your business please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information visit the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce website
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