Sharon Dougherty, CEO, Priority Coaching
Many high-achieving women secretly suffer from impostor syndrome. They fear their colleagues will discover they are not as smart and competent as they appear. Nagging self-doubt and anxiety prevent these high-achievers from taking on new responsibilities and diminishes their satisfaction in their accomplishments. In this engaging and interactive program, we will explore the latest research on the various types of impostor syndrome. We will focus on specific strategies for confronting self-doubt when it appears. And, we will discuss how to build confidence from the inside out while developing a more realistic view of one’s talents and accomplishments.
- Describe the various types of impostor syndrome.
- Identify the impact of unrelenting impostor syndrome on career success.
- Cite specific strategies to block the damaging thoughts and anxiety of impostor syndrome and replace them with confidence built from within.