My Guest today is Melissa McGowan, Founder of Menocollective. Melissa is passionate about educating and empowering women and workplaces. She challenges the wider world to view menopause as a wellbeing, commercial and cultural workplace opportunity.
This is Part 2 of my interview so if you missed Part 1 you can listen or watch it HERE
In Part 2 of a 2-part Episode, Melissa and I discuss Menopause, Leadership, Energy Management & Transformation with the emphasis on avoiding Burnout and how educating not just women about how to navigate careers during menopause but also businesses to provide a more supportive workplace.
Menopause is not women’s business; it is all our business.Melissa McGowan
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Making menopause a superpower to help women and businesses thrive. Melissa is a mum of four, veteran c-suite executive, leadership coach, menopause educator and advocate.
Melissa founded Meno Collective after she quit her corporate career to improve her health after struggling with burnout and
the early onset of menopause at 44. Melissa realised there was a total lack of awareness on the many impacts of menopause at work and decided to do something to change that.
Melissa is passionate about educating and empowering women and workplaces. She challenges the wider world to view menopause as a wellbeing, commercial and cultural workplace opportunity.
Melissa held numerous Human Resources leadership roles around the globe. She has coached and developed thousands of people to perform at peak minus burnout. Melissa has a Graduate Certificate in Business and Human Resources and a Bachelor of
Science and Physical Education, complemented by personal and work experience within health and fitness.
When she is not supporting leaders, she is taking her kids to sporting activities and keeping fit. She is a pancake worshipper and a self-confessed coffee snob who resides in the beautiful Mornington Peninsula, Victoria Australia with her partner-in-growth,
Meno Collective helps workplaces become menopause friendly to improve cultural and commercial outcomes. Menopause is not women’s business; it is all our business.