We know that inclusive diverse teams deliver better results. Yet it remains a challenge to create and maintain a diverse leadership talent pool, in particular to enable minorities such as women to get to the most senior roles in many areas of business. To achieve this, we need to recruit minority group members, and enable their success in role. Many members of minority groups suffer from Imposter Syndrome. This limits their chances to be the best they can be, enjoy success when they do achieve it, to thrive in senior roles and thus to contribute to the development of truly inclusive senior leadership culture.
In this 120 minute seminar, join full time coach and mentor Peter Soer as he provides us with new insight, understanding and actionable new behaviours.
- What is Imposter Syndrome
- Why it happens – the situational and societal factors
- You are not alone!
- What are the behaviours – unconscious coping strategies we use to avoid being found out
- How these coping strategies ‘reward’ and limit us
- Practical steps we can take to beat the feelings, increase our confidence and enjoy & increase our success
The seminar combines plenary presentation and feedback, individual reflection and group dialogue. Each attendee has their own ‘explorer’s guide’, in which to do the exercises & make notes, providing a practical and actionable takeaway.
Wednesday 10th March 2021, 15:00-17:00
Please note that this is a members only event. For non-member tickets please contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Peter combines experience as a coach, marketing leader and someone who has faced imposter syndrome. He worked for 25+ years in marketing business leadership, including 10 years in senior roles at Unilever and Kellogg’s. For several years now he has been a full time coach and mentor with Bravely Honestly Generously. He harnesses this experience with natural optimism and determination to help people to thrive in their work and enjoy the life they want. He believes that inclusive diverse leadership teams create better culture and deliver better results. Enabling people in minority groups – gender, colour, race, disability, sexuality – is key to fuel a flourishing talent pipeline and better leadership.