November 23 | 9:30 am to 12:30 pm PT | Pay-What-You-Can
We often assume that people who “have it together”, appear confident, or who have achieved a certain level of success will never feel as if they are an imposter. That is not true. Even Tina Fey admitted that she has often felt like a “fraud.” Notice that she says she feels like a fraud. Not that she is a fraud.
In this powerful session you’ll have the opportunity to share ideas and collaborate with peer-to-peer learning, hear from other women entrepreneurs about their real-life experiences, and examine impostor syndrome in more detail. Whether you have experienced it yourself or are curious about the topic, taking steps to understand those feelings when they arise, will help you to keep moving in the direction of your dreams.
By the end of this session, you will be able to confidently:
- Identify risk factors, causes, predictors and negative outcomes of imposter syndrome.
- Outline three strategies for minimizing the feelings of imposter syndrome.
- Identify the benefits of reducing the feeling of being an imposter.
Open to everyone!