Power Lunch Series: Imposter Syndrome – Is Feeling Like an Imposter Holding You Back in Your Career?

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Power Lunch Series: Imposter Syndrome – Is Feeling Like an Imposter Holding You Back in Your Career?

Tuesday, June 28th, 2022 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

The Power Lunch Series, sponsored by Ridgeline Coaching, offers members cutting-edge research on a key topic for women in our industry, followed by a group discussion. For our third of six sessions, we’ll discuss “Imposter SyndromeIs Feeling Like an Imposter Holding You Back in Your Career?” on June 28.   

Nikki Evans, CEO and Chief Thought Provoker at Ridgeline Coaching, will discuss how a surprising number of high-performing women experience the phenomenon referred to as “Imposter Syndrome.” This belief can have a significantly negative impact on women reaching their career goals. 

 

In this discussion we will talk about:

  • Imposter Syndrome defined 
  • Different imposter profiles
  • What you can do about it

 

The presentation will be followed by an interactive discussion session to address specific concerns you are experiencing and share actionable steps to overcome them. 

 

Do you have a few extra minutes? Join us for 5-10 minutes prior to our session for an informal networking roundtable.

Stay connected between sessions by staying active with the Reciprocity Ring – a group of women practicing asking for what they need, which builds emotional intelligence. This is a resource available only to those who attend any Power Lunch Series session in 2022. Join our Reciprocity Ring on Slack here.

 

Nikki Evans leads team and one-on-one programs designed to guide attendees to achieve greater results as they hack into their strengths and those of their teams to increase productivity, engagement and happiness at work. She is a certified professional coach and holds an MBA from Georgia State University.

 

Top Reasons To Attend

  • Networking with other members of The WICT Network
  • Sharing best practices from peers
  • Accessing deeper insights/research on session topics 
  • Providing opportunities to ask for advice and help from peers 
  • Brainstorming solutions in a safe environment

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