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Managing Imposter Syndrome…

Challenge your negative assumptions and discover the tools to build a reality based on evidence and reason.

About this event

Imposter syndrome (noun)

The persistent inability to believe that your success is deserved or has been legitimately achieved as a result of one’s own efforts or skills.

“people suffering from impostor syndrome may be at increased risk of anxiety”

Having self-doubt can hinder our personal development and our ability to achieve our goals. We need a more realistic perspective, to enable us to gain the upper-hand by overcoming those nagging, unhelpful thoughts and develop the confidence to become our best selves.

Join us for this bitesized sized workshop delivered by Sarah Brooks from Abbeydale Training where we will explore:-

  • Types of people who have imposter syndrome
  • The origins of our imposter syndrome
  • How we give voice to our self-doubt
  • Changing the messages you tell yourself
  • Building intelligence driven strategies
  • Developing an assertive and confident approach

Refreshments provided.

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