Presentation Title (Limit of 12 words)

Imposter Syndrome: The Tendency Towards Low Self-Appraisal

Presentation Category

05 LEADING AND MANAGING THE ASSESSMENT OFFICE

Session Description

The Women's Initiative Network (WIN) invites attendees to learn about imposter syndrome and how it may be preventing individuals, as well as teams, from achieving their goals. WIN will investigate the root causes of this self-critical belief system, how it relates to personal definitions of failure, and how to overcome the negativity and self-doubt. WIN explores how management can encourage the professional development of their team, and thus their organization as a whole, by preventing imposter syndrome before it becomes embedded in workplace culture.

Audience Expertise

General Interest (Appropriate for all experience level)

Start Date

9-1-2021 1:00 PM

End Date

9-1-2021 2:30 PM

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Imposter Syndrome: The Tendency Towards Low Self-Appraisal

The Women's Initiative Network (WIN) invites attendees to learn about imposter syndrome and how it may be preventing individuals, as well as teams, from achieving their goals. WIN will investigate the root causes of this self-critical belief system, how it relates to personal definitions of failure, and how to overcome the negativity and self-doubt. WIN explores how management can encourage the professional development of their team, and thus their organization as a whole, by preventing imposter syndrome before it becomes embedded in workplace culture.