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Conquering Imposter Syndrome to Advance Your Career

Posted by Jennifer Assily on Jul 13, 2021 12:00:00 PM

Join WEST on Tuesday, July 20 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Eastern time for a Zoom conversation with Kim Meninger, an executive coach who specializes in empowering women to build their confidence, visibility and influence to advance their careers. Meninger will discuss how to recognize and address Impostor Syndrome, as well as how to effectively manage and mentor to professionals who might have Impostor Syndrome. This event is sponsored by CareerMode, a new career management platform customized to your career growth and transition goals. We hope you'll join us on Zoom, and you can hear more from Kim on her podcast, The Impostor Syndrome Files.

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Topics: Women, Career, Resilience, Mentoring, Success, Women in STEM, Upcoming Events, Professional, Discussion, Resources, Interactive, Balance, Tools, Role Models, Career Path, Vision, Developing Your Skills, Self-Awareness, Decision Making, Strengths, Values, Impact, Career Development, Empowerment, Advice, Learn, #WESTevent, #WESTorg, Imposter Syndrome

Bypass Your Inner Critic in Public Speaking

Posted by Jaime Luna on May 12, 2020 11:34:09 AM

Despite popular belief, people’s top fear is NOT public speaking. That is a myth. For many people, especially women, the top fear is public JUDGMENT.

As a woman leader or emerging leader, how do you OWN what you’re saying without feeling like a fraud?

Whether you’re speaking up in an online virtual conference, a board meeting or giving a presentation, you need to be able to speak with confidence to influence your listeners.

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Topics: Events, Leadership, Women, Career, Communication, Women in STEM, Upcoming Events, Developing Your Skills, Career Development, #WESTevent, #WESTorg, Be Fearless, Be Brave, Imposter Syndrome, Webinar, Fearlessness, Public Speaking

Imposter syndrome: 3 oxymorons that will destroy it now

Posted by Diana K. Anderson on Sep 25, 2019 8:11:00 AM

#1Even the origin of imposter syndrome highlights its inherent contradiction

Imposter syndrome was originally identified by on Pauline Rose Clance and Suzanne Imes’ 5-year study that describes its 150 subjects as ‘high achieving women’ with ‘outstanding academic and professional accomplishments’. The only way for imposter syndrome to present is the context of its inherent contradiction.

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Topics: Women in STEM, Confidence, Challenges, Career Development, Own It, Empowerment, PhD, #WESTevent, #WESTorg, Women in Business, Be Fearless, Be Brave, Imposter Syndrome, Competence

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