Wed, 12 Apr|
Mindset Workshop: Overcoming Impostor Syndrome (90 mins)
Join this workshop with Director Carolyn St John Loder, to better understand why Imposter Syndrome is so common, especially amongst women, and learn some simple strategies to overcome it that you can put into action now!
Time & Location
12 Apr, 13:30 – 15:00
About the Event
What do we mean by Imposter syndrome?
"It's a psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalised fear of being exposed as a fraud.
Despite external evidence of their competence, those experiencing this phenomenon remain convinced that they are frauds, and do not deserve all they have achieved. Individuals with impostorism incorrectly attribute their success to luck, or as a result of deceiving others into thinking they are more intelligent than they perceive themselves to be”.
Imposter syndrome is particularly prevalent in professions with high integrity… And that includes the Nutrition profession! Furthermore it is especially high amongst women. We have found that roughly 70% of Nutrition Professionals experience Imposter Syndrome to at least some degree – for some it can be a huge barrier.
In this workshop, Director Carolyn, will help you understand why Imposter Syndrome is so common, especially amongst women, and you will leave the session with some simple strategies to overcome it.
Bring any questions you have related to feelings of not being good enough or feeling like a fraud, which are impacting your confidence to practise.
For anyone that hasn't yet met, Carolyn she is one of the founders and Directors at Zest4life; with a background spanning over 20 years in health coaching, nutrition business mentoring and business development.
Carolyn supports our Zesties in a way that enables them to transform their businesses and their confidence to become successful practice owners.
This workshop is for anyone who feels like a ‘fraud’ or an imposter, either often or from time to time. Feeling like an imposter, or that you are not ‘good enough’ to be doing what you are doing, can be incredibly disabling! Join Carolyn to identify these feelings and break free of them.