Imposter Syndrome – And What To Do About It

Date October 26, 2020
Location Zoom
Time 12:00 - 1:00 pm(CDT)
2020-10-26 12:00:00 2020-10-26 13:00:00 Imposter Syndrome – And What To Do About It Zoom -event@crewnetwork.org

A special workshop for MNCREW members

Do you ever hear a little voice in your head saying, “I’m not ready. It’s already been done. I just got lucky. What will everyone think? Do I know enough to be here?” If any of these sound familiar, then you have been impacted by imposter syndrome. These fraudy thoughts influence how you show up in your career, from pursuing a promotion to speaking up in meetings and sharing new ideas.

The good news is you can do something about it! In this interactive session we will discuss how imposter syndrome impacts you and practical tools to manage imposter syndrome so they don’t cause undue stress or hold you back in your career, including how to:
  • Quiet your inner critic
  • Recover fast when doubt and imposter syndrome strike
  • Act even when you don’t feel confident

This event is free, but you must register. All MNCREW members are welcome.
 

FEATURING: Heather Whelpley

Heather Whelpley
Heather is a speaker, coach, and author that guides high achieving women to let go of proving, pleasing, and perfecting. In September 2020 she released first book, An Overachiever's Guide To Breaking The Rules: How To Let Go Of Perfect and Live Your Truth. Heather has led workshops and webinars on imposter syndrome, perfectionism, and creating your own rules for success with thousands of people at Fortune 500 companies like Deloitte, General Mills, and Boston Scientific, as well as non-profits, universities, and professional development conferences. Prior to owning her business, Heather worked in a wide variety of leadership development, human resources, and change management roles at Cargill and Ameriprise for ten years. Heather has extensive global experience, including living and working in Australia and Latin America. She has a master’s degree in Human Resource Development from the University of Minnesota and is a graduate of the Coaches Training Institute. Find more information about workshops, coaching, and Heather’s book at www.heatherwhelpley.com.