Have you ever had difficulty internalizing accomplishments, think the success you've achieved was a fluke/luck/good timing, or that you've done a good job of fooling people to believe you are more intelligent than you actually are?
These thoughts may come with a nagging feeling in the back of your mind that eventually you will be found out, and everyone will know that you are the one who doesn't belong. We have news for you: you most certainly DO belong and you are NOT a fraud. This discussion will help you learn how to combat the impostor syndrome and increase your confidence.
During this workshop, you will learn:
How the Impostor Syndrome works:
- Why smart people feel like frauds
- Procrastination, perfectionism and other coping strategies "impostors" use to avoid being found out
- Practical steps to help you interrupt the Impostor Syndrome and end needless self-doubt
This event will be held at:
Northwood University Troy Office
1500 W. Big Beaver Rd.
Troy, MI 48306
Guest Speaker Beth Bryce
Beth Bryce is the Director of Career Advancement at Northwood University for the Richard DeVos Graduate School and Adult Degree Program. She is a certified motivational career coach, specializing in career transitions. Beth holds a BBA in accounting from Northwood and a MSA in Leadership from Central Michigan University. Beth has a career column featured in the magazine, Great Lakes Bay Business and is a published co-author in the book, “Women on Fire Book 2.” Before joining Northwood University, she had a 20 year successful career in accounting management with Fortune 500 companies. She is a 2015 global recipient of the Top 30 Leaders John C. Maxwell Leadership Awards.
Tuesday, August 13 at 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Northwood University Troy Office 1500 W. Big Beaver Rd. Troy, MI 48306