Imposter Syndrome at Work

Tuesday, May 11th 2021
5:00 PM to 6:30 PM

Imposter syndrome is widespread. While it is a phenomenon that is gender neutral in its prevalence, It seems to have a more intense impact on women. Indeed, it meets a fertile ground of social, cultural and internalized norms and expectations in women’s lived reality.

Join Bibigi Haile for a dynamic workshop that approaches Imposter syndrome with a clear bias toward understanding, action, and self-compassion. You will leave with an understanding of what Imposter Syndrome is, how it can impact your work, and how to reframe it with actionable insights.

Workshop Format: 
• Part 1: Imposter Syndrome definition, behaviors & impacts.
• Part 2: The one key to reframing imposter syndrome.
• Part 3: Immediately actionable insights

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Bibigi Haile

Career Management and Personal Branding Coach at Speakeasy

Throughout my 15+ years of consulting experience, I have supported senior leaders and executives to design and execute major change projects. As a career and brand management coach, I now focus on the individual change that women in middle and senior management roles want to create in their lives and careers. When I was a consultant, I often became a personal advisor to these women who were my clients—because they had no one else to talk to and because I cared. Deeply.

This is why I do what I do: because women like you deserve a space to find and own your voice so you can show up in your workplace, in your career, and in your life in a way that feels empowering to you.

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