Did you know that 95% of female leaders in schools admit to experiencing ‘Imposter Syndrome’?
(**LEADQ Survey of 1500 QLD School leaders**) Do you doubt yourself and your capabilities even though you know you are more than qualified and knowledgeable? Do you sometimes feel like a fraud, withdraw from challenges or find it difficult to accept your accomplishments?
Imposter Syndrome can have a major impact on the way you lead, the way you communicate and the way you interact with people at work. The good news is that unhelpful thinking can be changed for the better.
Imposter Syndrome participants will:
- Understand where unhelpful frames come from
- Acknowledge the implications of sustaining this way of thinking
- Learn ways of challenging ‘imposter’ thoughts as they arise
- Identify opportunities to adopt new behaviours
- Set achievable goals and commit to future progress