Imposter Syndrome, a false and sometimes crippling belief that one's successes are the product of luck or fraud rather than skill, affects up to 70% of people at some point in their lives. This session presents the signs of Imposter Syndrome, its effects, and ways to manage it.
3 Learning Objectives:
Recognize the signs of Imposter Syndrome
Understand how Imposter Syndrome can affect one's career and life
Lisa has 25+ years of corporate experience and most recently worked for Kiewit, a Fortune 300 Construction Engineering firm, where she led a 75-person proposal team across the U.S. and Canada and led initiatives for the Talent Development group of the overall organization.
In 2022, she started her leadership development and coaching company, The Confidence Track, where she helps career-driven professionals achieve higher levels of success and become great leaders. She offers various programs for groups and individuals, including attitudinal and 360 assessments, high-performance team workshops, mentorship programs, communication and leadership workshops, Elevating Career Confidence women’s group program, and one-on-one and group coaching.