I am not the imposter I think I am! Acknowledging our high achieversOnline | Wed. 9th March 2022 | 9:30am-11:00am
Professionally and personally, women are experiencing unprecedented demands. The past two years, and counting, have seen our female workforce juggling the demands of work, family, friends, home-schooling and so on – often with little support.
Despite all they do, many women still struggle with feelings of inadequacy and guilt. They worry that they don’t achieve enough or are not good enough for their partners, children, family and friends. Imposter syndrome is real and can cause already successful women to push past their limits. This is one of the reasons why women are significantly more likely to leave the workplace.
Sadly, research shows that there’s also a disconnect between growing commitment to racial equity and the lack of improvement in the day-to-day experiences of women. Women still face the same microaggressions and discrimination they did two years ago. More than ever, our female workforce needs our support, our acknowledgement and our care. This interactive workshop is designed to provide you with key steps you can take (yes, even while WFH) to… ‘be the difference that makes the difference.’
- Identify the cost of just paying lip service to diversity, equity and inclusion
- Learn from three decades of research what doesn’t work and strategies that are making a global difference
- Understand ‘Imposter Syndrome’ and ways to overcome the crippling effect it has
- Explore ways we can mitigate the mass resignation and retain our female talent
- Create networks that allow us to seek support from other successful women
- Recognise how talented and magnificent you really are and be at your BEST
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