Rethinking gender diversity & productivity
Workplaces with gender diversity are likely to achieve 21% more profitability. Are you a forward-thinking organisation ready to address the gender-specific needs of women?
Feminine Vitae™ is dedicated to supporting women who experience menstrual and reproductive health symptoms to achieve their full potential in employment. We raise awareness about reproductive health conditions and symptoms, with an emphasis on the under-recognised impact on women’s career progression.
Download our leaflet FeminineVitae_Consultancy.pdf
Find out more our online programme : Her Work~Flow
3 simple steps to improve workplace productivity
Get started. Tell us a bit more about you by emailing us at Hello@FeminineVitae.co.uk. We will organise a call to identify the best options for your organisation.
We begin the work. We identify the most prevalent reproductive health issues and propose actionable solutions tailored to your organisation’s values and productivity needs
Receive tailored solutions. We translate information about reproductive health into tailored solutions to improve women’s wellbeing,engagement and productivity.
2 simple steps to improve your students’ wellbeing
Get started. Tell us a bit more about your organisation and students’ needs by emailing us as Hello@FeminineVitae.co.uk
Tailored workshop. We organise a tailored workshop on menstrual & reproductive wellbeing to inform students on how to recognised reproductive health symptoms , the importance to self-care, and where to go for help.
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What people say about us
“It’s just a vicious circle, people don’t feel comfortable because it’s personal. You don’t get to learn and be empathetic towards their needs, so we can’t help them. It’s just not going anywhere. It has to be discussed openly and educated so all sides can feel comfortable and move things forward…Keep doing the great work. Keep sharing the knowledge. A lot of people need to be aware of this – It’s so common but men have no idea.”
“Learning about reproductive health conditions has taught me to be more compassionate towards women who experience these conditions.”
“Lala’s love for what she does shone through.”
Graphic design by Justine Le Joncour