Imposter Syndrome Seminar
Women in Planning West Midlands would like to invite you to join our first seminar of 2019, which will discuss the topic of Imposter Syndrome, led by Catherine Brown.
Imposter Syndrome, also known as imposter phenomenon, impostorism, fraud syndrome or the imposter experience, is a psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a "fraud".
Cath will lead us through personal experiences associated with the topic, together with a number of useful tips, tricks and management strategies for delegates to employ.
Cath is a former practising barrister and founder of Skilful Conversation Limited, now bringing a fresh approach to professional coaching in the workplace. She employs a collaborative and conversational style which allows her clients to stop and think, giving them the time and space in which they can express themselves, explore new ideas and develop their own solutions. She has been described as "warm and witty, but with a barrister brain that gets to the crux of the issue."
08.45 - Registration and light breakfast
09.30 - Seminar Start
11.00 - Break
12.30 - Seminar Close
12.30 - 13.00 - Networking
The seminar is sponsored by GVA who have kindly provided us with space to host the seminar, breakfast and refreshments throughout the course of the morning.
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