Have you ever suspected that someone on your team has been holding back because they’re afraid they’re not good enough despite all evidence to the contrary? If so, they might be suffering from imposter syndrome, a specific form of intellectual self-doubt where a person worries about their skills and is afraid of being exposed as a fraud.
It wouldn’t be a surprise if you have team members struggling with imposter syndrome – it’s likely you’ve even felt like that yourself with 70% of people suffering from it at some point.
So how do you help your team overcome imposter syndrome?
Leading executive coach Melisa Lieberman isn’t just an expert on helping others overcome imposter syndrome – she’s even suffered from it and beaten it herself. In her recent 45-minute presentation with us, Melisa dives into imposter syndrome, how to recognize it, and how to help others – and yourself – overcome it with actionable advice.
By watching the webinar, you’ll learn:
- Who gets imposter syndrome
- Signs to spot imposter syndrome in your team
- The impact of imposter syndrome
- The 5 steps to overcome imposter syndrome
- 3 examples to help you implement the imposter syndrome solution