For many of us, we are our own worst critic. Our inner doubts and fears can diminish our ability to fully flourish as our authentic selves. In this session, we will explore feelings of imposter syndrome and how we can move towards self-acceptance as “humble realists.” In order to stop feeling like an imposter, we need to stop thinking like one.
- Gain clarity about the reality of imposter phenomenon through a healthy and constructive lens
- Learn how to recognize the feelings and coping mechanisms of your inner critic
- Discuss how you can reframe these feelings towards a more compassionate view of your own self-competence.
This program is ideal for: everyone
Cost: Free for SLA Members. $50 non-member. $30 nonprofits.
Individuals who are either unemployed or connected with an employer who is unable to pay can request scholarships for any of our programs.
About Our Facilitator
Eilis (A-lish) Wasserman is a virtual facilitator and coach focused on cultivating confidence and inspiring self-discovery. Eilis recently worked at the Ball State University Career Center, The University of Michigan, and The Muse as a Career Coach. You may have seen Eilis acting as a digital producer for one of Shafer’s recent virtual program offerings. She currently serves as Shafer Leadership Academy’s Virtual Program Manager where she coordinates virtual programming guiding facilitators to present their best selves.