Imposter Syndrome2021-11-14T16:06:25+00:00

Imposter Syndrome

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The imposter phenomenon is experienced by some 70% of people at some point in their lives.  Described as a feeling of intellectual phoniness, this phenomenon, or syndrome, is not confined to women, or to minority groups – even the most successful C suite execs report having the feelings. It can be harder for diverse executives to cope with.

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Our Imposter Syndrome workshops utilise strategies which are grounded in science and work in the real world.  The sessions help participants who recognise this phenomenon in themselves or others with the tools and techniques that can help build resilience.

The imposter phenomenon is experienced by some 70% of people at some point in their lives.  Described as a feeling of intellectual phoniness, this phenomenon, or syndrome, is not confined to women, or to minority groups – even the most successful C suite execs report having the feelings. It can be harder for diverse executives to cope with.

Through this classroom experience you will leave equipped with ways to boost resilience and get past the imposter feelings, whether your own or to help those you manage