Many women find balancing the demands of work and home life difficult due to traditional, arguably archaic, perspectives on women’s roles. The recent lockdown period, where many have been forced to work from home while home schooling, caring for relatives and denied access to the usual support networks because of the pandemic has exacerbated this.

Event details

In May, the Guardian reported that the lockdown has not only reinforced gender inequalities but, in some cases, made them worse. 

So how do we overcome this? As the economy looks towards recovery and many of us seek to use the enforced pause of lockdown to evaluate our work and our homelife, what can we learn from this time and move forward in a positive and fair way?

Join us on for a focused discussion on this issue and stay on for networking with other women from across the area. Our panel will discuss a range of factors around work/life balance and will share their experiences and recommendations in a safe (virtual) space. Our panel includes:

  • Naomi Buffery - Anxiety & Confidence Coach
  • Nicky Dewhirst-Vickers - Personal Development and Performance Coach
  • Meryl Shirley – Founder, Women Growing A Business
  • Samantha White - CEO, My Credit Controllers

Book your place today for this female-led event.

Open to all businesses, both FSB members and non-members are welcome to attend, so feel free to share with your networks. 

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Event contact

For general enquiries regarding the event please email to [email protected] or telephone 07816 453462.

For any difficulties experienced connecting to the webinar, please contact Samuel Yates on 01253 336016

Further information

New to virtual networking? Find out more about FSB virtual events and a quick guide to getting started here.