Connect with women in small business – learn and share tips and strategies to create a positive and sustainable work-life balance.
Partners in Wellbeing Women in Small Business: Balancing Work and Home Life webinar series returns in February.
Held over Zoom, the series will continue monthly held on Wednesdays 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm starting 14 February, with 5 events held through 12 June 2024.
Attend this evidence-based webinar series which is designed to provide a platform for small business owners to connect and share experiences with other like-minded women who juggle work and home life.
Wellbeing Coaches from Partners in Wellbeing will co-facilitate group discussions with women running small businesses.
Each webinar topic has been directly informed by small business owners who attended previous webinars presented by Partners in Wellbeing.
Women in Small Business: Balancing Home and Work Life weekly topic discussions:
14 February – Self-doubt: do you doubt yourself despite your experience and accomplishments?
13 March – Health: the effects of menopause and perimenopause on your work and home life
17 April – Self-care: Finding time for self-care as a mother, carer, spouse/partner while running a small business.
15 May –Managing mental health: when basic self-care isn’t enough, what signs to look out for and where to get help.
12 June – Keeping your eye on the prize – what can you do when your connection to your business seems to be losing its spark?
The webinar will be delivered on Zoom and the Zoom link to join the event will be sent to registrants before each event. Check your junk box if you do not receive this or email email@example.com.
This webinar is presented by Partners in Wellbeing and is intended for female small business owners in Victoria. Partners in Wellbeing is funded by the Department of Health and Department of Jobs, Skills, Industry and Regions.
If you are aged 16 and over, own or run a small business in Victoria, and are experiencing increased stressors owing to the impact of the pandemic you are eligible to receive small business support through Partners in Wellbeing.