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Imposter Syndrome: Useful Tips for Defeating Self-Doubt

Take off that mask and shine!



Date & Time

December 4, 2023, 10:00 am12:00 pm


Hi all!!

There will be an event on December 4th, 2023 discussing Imposter Syndrome and ways to over come it! This will take place online, a WebEx link will be sent to interested participants 24 hours before the event. If you would like to reserve your spot, you can visit the original post here! The information below outlines the agenda. However, registration must be done on the original post.

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"I have spent my years since Princeton, while at law school and in my various professional jobs, not feeling completely a part of the worlds I inhabit. I am always looking over my shoulder wondering if I measure up." ~Sonia Sotomayor, First Hispanic Supreme Court Justice

Imposter syndrome can have several negative effects on individuals at work and on an organization as a whole. A person who suffers from this syndrome feels as though they don’t deserve the success they have achieved, despite all evidence pointing to the contrary. They feel like a fraud and think that they are never really good enough.

While impostor syndrome is not an official diagnosis, it is a real psychological phenomenon, which can cause a great deal of stress. Negative effects of this syndrome on individuals at work and on their careers can include:
  •  Stress and anxiety
  •  Low self-esteem
  • Missing opportunities (for example, because they might feel they are not good enough to apply for a job for which they are, in fact, qualified)
  • Burnout (as they always work too hard, so they can prove themselves)
  • In extreme cases, depression
During this session, participants will learn about imposter syndrome and its impact on individuals and organizations.

By the end of this session, participants should be able to:
  • Identify what imposter syndrome is.
  •  Identify the causes of imposter syndrome and its effects on individuals and organizations.
  • Employ methods to reduce or eliminate imposter syndrome.

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A Webex link will be sent to participants 24 hours in advance.