Exploring the Causes, High Standards, and Tools to Overcome Imposter Syndrome!
Have you ever felt like you didn't belong or that you were an imposter in your own life or career? You're not alone! Many people experience this feeling of inadequacy, and it's called Imposter Syndrome. In this session, we'll dive deep into the causes of Imposter Syndrome and why we feel like we don't fit in.
We'll explore how our high standards can contribute to Imposter Syndrome and what we can do to shift our mindset and gain confidence. You'll learn four tools that you can use to face Imposter Syndrome head-on, including practical strategies to help you take action and move forward.
But that's not all! We'll also equip you with three essential questions to ask yourself when Imposter Syndrome starts creeping in. These questions will help you challenge your limiting beliefs and reframe your thoughts to overcome Imposter Syndrome.
And if you're looking for a quick mental exercise to help you conquer Imposter Syndrome on the spot, we've got you covered. You'll leave this session with a powerful mental exercise that you can use anytime, anywhere to boost your confidence and get into action.
If you're ready to break free from Imposter Syndrome and step confidently into your life and career, this session is for you! Join us to explore the causes, high standards, and tools to overcome Imposter Syndrome and get into action. Sign up now!
Why you should Attend:
Imposter Syndrome can have a profound negative impact on individuals in the workplace. When people believe that they are frauds or that they don't belong in their roles, they may feel stressed, anxious, and overwhelmed. These feelings can affect their ability to perform their jobs effectively, leading to a decrease in productivity and a decline in job satisfaction.
Furthermore, Imposter Syndrome can lead to a lack of confidence and a reluctance to take on new challenges or opportunities. Employees may avoid speaking up in meetings or sharing their ideas, fearing that they will be exposed as frauds. They may also shy away from pursuing promotions or taking on leadership roles, believing that they are not qualified or deserving.
Imposter Syndrome can also create a negative feedback loop, where individuals feel that their successes are due to luck or external factors, rather than their own abilities. As a result, they may downplay their accomplishments or avoid taking credit for their work, which can harm their career advancement.
In addition to the impact on individual employees, Imposter Syndrome can also have wider organizational consequences. When employees don't feel confident in their abilities or don't feel that their contributions are valued, they may disengage from their work or seek employment elsewhere. This can lead to a loss of talent and expertise within the organization, as well as decreased morale and productivity.
Overall, Imposter Syndrome is a significant challenge in the workplace, and it's important for organizations to take steps to support employees and address this issue. By creating a culture of inclusion, providing resources for employee development and growth, and offering support for mental health and well-being, organizations can help individuals overcome Imposter Syndrome and reach their full potential.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- Four stages of learning
- Why do we overthink
- Why do we procrastinate
- Types of procrastination
- Strategies to stop
- Powerful questions to ask yourself to get into action
- How to get excited about the task ahead
- Eliminate distractions
Nathalie Plamondon Thomas is a Confidence Expert, And 2021 Canadian Presenter of the Year. She is international Bestselling Author of eighteen books, including 12 no.1 bestsellers and a book co-written with Kevin Harrington from the Shark Tank, endorsed by Tony Robbins. She is the Founder and CEO of the THINK Yourself® ACADEMY, offering keynotes and trainings, leading-edge online courses, laser-focus business strategy and one-on-one transformation coaching.
Along the past 30 years, she has inspired over 100,000 audience members and empowered thousands of clients internationally to get rid of their negative self-talk. She combines over 10 years of experience in human resources, 25 years of experience in sales and over 30 years of distinguished service in the fitness industry. She is on the board of directors of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers and recently received the 2022 President’s Award.