Overcoming imposter syndrome
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Do you feel like you don't deserve the position or responsibility you have? Do you find it difficult to take pride in your achievements? And is it affecting your current role and your career path?
Many people suffer from imposter syndrome. In fact, did you know that Meryl Streep, Albert Einstein and Maya Angelou all suffered from this condition?
If this resonates with you, then be sure join this exclusive Women in Internal Audit event with consultant and executive coach, Joanne Clift. Jo will share exclusive insights on what imposter syndrome is and how it affects us, as well as tips on the best ways to tackle it.
Women in Internal Audit is a community of the Chartered IIA that promotes the importance of equality, diversity and inclusion in the internal audit profession, as well as support the professional development of women in internal audit.
What will I learn?
- What impostor syndrome is and how it affects us
- How to manage impostor syndrome
- How to take stock of your achievements better
- Elizabeth Honer - Chief Executive and Head of Government Internal Audit, and Member of the Women in Internal Audit Steering Committee
- Jo Clift - Consultant and executive coach
CPE core competencies
- Personal skills: Communication
1 CPE points
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Welcome and introductions
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Overcoming the Imposter Syndrome
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|09:25 - 09:30||
Date:23 October 2020