Do you feel like you’re faking it? Are you afraid that someone is going to discover you are an impostor, and that you don’t deserve your achievements and successes? Flawed beliefs about success, failure and self-worth lie at the root of Impostor Syndrome. This syndrome can cause negative stress, fear, anxiety and loss of confidence. It can derail individual careers and also harm team morale and organizational performance.
This webcast will explore what the Impostor Syndrome is, why many high-achieving and driven leaders suffer from it, and how, with the right techniques shared in this session, you can beat the Impostor Syndrome and embrace your success.
This webcast will help:
Leaders across all leadership levels who lack self-confidence, have a fear of failure, or who experience anxiety about their leadership abilities despite evidence to the contrary
Leaders and managers who are developing others and want to help them get a keen sense of their strengths and weaknesses
HR and T&D specialists, including internal and external coaches
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