Education is the most powerful weapon that you can use to change the world.

Nelson Mandela


Sponsor The Juggle podcast

Workplaces have changed. Women now often make up 50% of employees, there is greater demand for flexible work practices – from both women and men, and more and more people are managing the demands of professional careers and family.

We are looking to partner with businesses who want to help women manage the juggle of career and family.

By partnering with us you will have the opportunity to:

  • reach our audience
  • market your brand
  • demonstrate your values

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We are available to speak about all aspects of managing the juggle. We can share our top tips for managing a career and family or delve deeper into topics such as women at work, flexible working, returning to work after parental leave and work-life balance.

Jo is also available to speak about all employment law topics, including those that particularly affect women, such as sexual harassment and gender discrimination.

Contact us for our speaker kits.


Small group workshops are a way to educate staff and transform workplace culture in a quick, non-confronting style.  We offer bespoke training on flexible working, juggling a career and family, gender diversity, unconscious bias and the legal rights and responsibilities associated with women and work.

We tailor our workshops to suit your organisation, taking into account your existing policies and procedures and your objectives.


If you’re an employer who knows that you want to make change by increasing flexibility and gender diversity in the workplace, or supporting parents returning to work, but don’t know where to start, we can help.

We work with you to determine where you are and where you want to be. We utilise a range of techniques, including conducting focus groups with staff, desktop reviews and consulting with management. We then create a plan for workplace change incorporating best practice strategies and give you as much support as you need to implement it.

Let’s talk  about your needs

Employers, business owners and employees can all find something here to help navigate tricky issues.”  

 Fiona McLay