It was a pleasure to be with you and speak about the imposter syndrome at your Lunch & Learn. I hope that you enjoyed my talk and found something useful to take away too. The key now is to remember to implement the ideas and actions to enhance your own confidence and skills both personally and professionally and those whose lives you impact, be they colleagues, friends or family.
Thanks to Simprints for making a donation to a charity I raise money for, Anxiety UK, all donations are always gratefully recieved. They do great work supporting people with anxiety, and that can be one of the things those who experience imposter feelings may suffer from.
If there are any issues or questions you would like to discuss please contact me. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07779 646976.
On this webpage you will find some extra information based on my own research and that of other experts - a link to a questionnaire and other useful information relating to the Imposter Syndrome (truly a Phenomenon!).
We are still at an early stage in understanding the impact of the Imposter Phenomenon, my interest is in understanding the most effective ways of managing those imposter feelings and passing on this information to others. As I mentioned, I have just started my PhD research on this topic. If you are interested in keeping up to date with my research findings and musings on the topic, do sign up to receive my newsletter.
“The Impostor Phenomenon” by Dr Pauline Rose Clance “The Pursuit of Perfect” by Tal Ben-Shahar “The Confident Manager” by Kate Atkin “Lean In” by Sheryl Sandberg “Learned Optimism” by Dr Martin Seligman “Inferior” by Angela Saini “The Gift of Imperfection” Brene Brown
Finally, do have a browse around the rest of my website if you would like to know more about me and what I do, as a speaker on the imposter syndrome and the other hats I wear. If you would like to keep in touch, then you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Twitter or sign up to receive my occasional newsletter via this form .