Many people say they suffer from Imposter Syndrome. Those who have spoken up include business woman Sheryl Sandberg, author Neil Gaiman, and actor Jodi Foster. In our research for our book Brain-savvy Wo+man many people told us Imposter Syndrome impacted their career and their confidence. The popular myth is that’s it’s a ‘woman’s issue’ but that’s not supported by the science. We will cover the science and the practical tools you can apply to how you feel about your performance and abilities in work to help you banish the syndrome.
Brain-savvy lunch bites Free webinars
Many people have told us they would like to join our Breakfast Club webinars but can’t connect at that time in the morning. So, we are starting Brain-savvy Lunch Bites, a 20-minute webinar you can attend in your lunch break. It will feature short sharp input on science and how you personally can apply the findings to thrive in your career.
If you would like to join the Virtual Breakfast Club or Brain-savvy lunch bites, please just register for one of the event and we will add you to the invitation list. If you are interested in joining the face to face breakfast club and join senior colleagues discussing the topics, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.