Understanding the Power of the Female Body in the Workplace - for all genders


Sep 13, 2022, 8:00 – 9:15 PM

Do you think it is impossible to talk about the female cycle in the workplace? Let's shift our mindset! During this session we will dive in to what it looks like to embrace the power of the female body in the workplace and apply its potential when managing a team or interacting with colleagues.

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About this event

Talking about mental health in the workplace was a taboo ten years ago. Now it's something many organisations are paying attention to as it has a huge impact on employee wellbeing and productivity. 

As workplaces become more and more human, employees are more and more willing to show their whole selves at work, may it be being open about their mental health, their gender identity or their cultural backgrounds. 

But there are still a few taboos in the workplace. One of them is the female cycle. 

It's time to break this taboo and allow all genders to be able to understand the power of the female body in the context of work. 

In this session, our speaker, Carmen Cordiviola, will:

- educate us about the 4 stages of the female cycle and how we can connect to the different powers associated with them at any time

- introduce us to vocabulary we can use to normalise talking about the female cycle and 

- explore how we can leverage the power of the female body to become better leaders and colleagues

This workshop is for all genders and will give you some tools to take back to your organisations to allow your female colleagues to bring another part of themselves to work.

You will also have the opportunity to connect with and build a network of other people geeks and culture champions in New Zealand.

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  • Carmen Cordiviola


  • Barbara Daxenberger


    Chapter Lead

  • Simon Murcott


    Chapter Lead

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