Kathy Lentini

Kathy Lentini

In the Wake of #MeToo: What does the Workplace Look Like Now? | 2018 Session

The #MeToo movement is accomplishing what the laws created to prevent sexual harassment didn’t do. Sexual harassment is finally being taken seriously and numerous companies are working to put an end to it. While this massive movement is a welcome shift for women, it is also changing the landscape for many.  What are the consequences of this movement? How should it be discussed in the workplace? Are men less willing to mentor women out of fear? Do female entrepreneurs and potential job recruits have less opportunity because men are avoiding engaging with women? Come listen to this panel of experts discuss the ins and outs of a new workplace with a heightened awareness surrounding about harassment.

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2016 Session | Why Your Fluctuating Moods are a Strength, Not a Weakness

Women are leaders, breadwinners and caregivers. We’re leaning in so much we’re about to fall over. To take the edge off, many women pop a pill, eat something sugary, have a drink, or spend mindless time online. These activities quickly become patterns that take an enormous toll on women’s bodies and natural hormonal balance. According to Dr. Julie Holland, women are made to be moody which is a strength, not a weakness, even though our culture tells us otherwise. This enlightening session will explore: • The pros and cons of the drugs you’re being offered, as well as some surprising and highly effective, individual, natural therapies that can help you press the reset button in your own bodies and minds; • How medicating away our natural moods can have devastating consequences for women in many areas of your lives including sex, relationships, sleep, eating, focus, balance, and aging; and • The natural moods and fluctuations of a woman’s body and how when used properly, moodiness is a power that can be used to create a better and more balanced life at every stage.

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