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Imposter syndrome

Are you tired of feeling like a fraud, despite your accomplishments? You're not alone. Imposter syndrome affects many individuals, hindering their mental health and wellbeing. Let’s unmask some ways to minimise its impact.
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What will I learn from this session?

  • What is imposter syndrome
  • What are the symptoms?
  • Who’s affected?
  • How imposter syndrome can affect life and career
  • How to combat imposter syndrome

About the webinar

If you’re convinced you don’t deserve the successes you’ve achieved; that you’re a fraud that’s somehow fooled people into seeing you as highly competent, you may be experiencing imposter syndrome.

Estimated to affect 1 in 7 people, it can have a damaging impact on self-esteem, work performance and career development. Here we look at who’s affected, and we identify steps you can take to minimise its effects.

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