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In this webinar we’ll look at how to recognise ‘imposter syndrome’, i.e., the inability to believe that your success is deserved or has been legitimately achieved through your own efforts and skills, why it happens and what you can do to ensure that it doesn’t hold you back from achieving and enjoying your creative goals.
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Studies show that many of us have had times when we have found ourselves doubting whether we deserve our successes and experienced fear that someone is going to burst in and expose us as frauds, which can have a seriously prohibitive affect on our career progress.
In this webinar we’ll share approaches and strategies to help you deal with internal doubts so you can spend more time appreciating and building on your successes including:
- The cycle of imposter syndrome
- How you skew the evidence to reinforce it
- How it impacts your progress
- How it impacts others around you
- What you can do about it.
While you will be able to see and hear the tutors, you will not be visible or audible to them or each other. However, you will be able to ask questions, see the questions that others ask and make comments.
The format for this session is approximately 1hr of presentation-style teaching interspersed with questions and answers from participants. We will round up the with a Q & A session.
Depending on how many questions are asked, the session may run longer than 1hr so please set aside 1hr 15mins if you want to stay to participate in the Q & A at the end.
Who should attend
Anyone who recognises that they sometimes experience imposter syndrome - including self-doubt, disbelief in their hard-earned success, dismissal of achievements as ‘anyone could do that’, fear of being ‘found out’ and subsequently failing - and would like ideas as to what to do about this to ensure their on-going success and pleasure they take in their work
Expected learning outcomes
- A better understanding of imposter syndrome and how it can impede progress
- Strategies to overcome or reduce feelings of being a fraud
- Strategies to overcome the syndrome to help you overcome your own self doubt and more easily move forward to achieve your career objectives.
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