BRIEFING: IMPOSTER SYNDROME
The Chief Executives’ Forum is delighted to join with the British Psychological Society to welcome Professor Nichola Rooney to deliver an interactive session on Imposter Syndrome.
Imposter Syndrome is common in high achievers, with some estimates suggesting as many as 70% of successful people experience imposter syndrome causing self-doubt, stress, anxiety, and depression. It is a psychological pattern in which people are unable to internalise their successes, attributing them instead to luck, timing or other external factors. Other people can see their competence and successes, but they can’t.
In this briefing, Nichola will offer a range of insights into how Imposter Syndrome impacts on our lives, and well as suggesting some proven ways to manage it, for yourself or members of your staff who may struggle with this issue.
11:45 - 12:00 Registration
12:00 – 1:00 Briefing Commences
1:00 – 1:45 Briefing concludes; light lunch & networking opportunity for delegates.
The event is free of charge to CEF members. To register for this event please click the REGISTER button above and enter the password 'topcat' when prompted.