Ditching the imposter syndrome: what you can do to become more confident at work
Have you ever felt less than confident at work? You’re not alone. There are many reasons you can lack confidence at work. Research shows that 70% of people may suffer from imposter syndrome.* Imposter syndrome expresses itself as feelings of self-doubt even when you have experience, education and accomplishments.
Unfortunately, this may lead to burnout because people work harder and longer as a means to feel more confident. Others hold back, refrain from sharing ideas, and limit their full potential. But what can you do to gain the self confidence already warranted by great achievements?
Join us for this session where Tatyana Krimgold, Transformational Life & Leadership Coach, and Alyssa Conley, Coach Experience & Engagement Specialist at Lingo Live, discuss the importance of confidence at work and practical steps you can apply to develop this skill.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
- What does confidence in the workplace look like?
- Why confidence is important at work
- How you can develop self-confidence at work
- How coaching supports individuals to develop their self-confidence