About this Event
In my many years working with high-performing women, I've noticed limiting patterns affecting performance and overall wellness. Some include a lack of self-confidence (e.g., impostor syndrome), putting other people's needs first, feeling "not enough," and burnout.
Some of these limitations are rooted in the context in which we live. For example, women are constantly expected to meet society's conflicting demands: be extraordinary, practice self-care, spend quality time with family, and be good caregivers. How can we feel good enough in an environment demanding more and more?
In this 1-hour master class, we will explore imposter syndrome and identify the keys to overcoming it. Imposter syndrome is the persistent inability to believe that one's success is deserved or legitimately achieved due to one's efforts or skill. If not managed, it may produce: high levels of stress, persisting self-monitoring, increased self-doubt, and fears of failure, undermining potential.
A KPMG study found that 75% of female executives across industries have experienced imposter syndrome in their careers. Are you a part of this statistic? This Master class is for you!
- Typical symptoms of imposter syndrome.
- Personality types that succumb to impostor syndrome.
- The roots of this limiting pattern.
- A 4-step process to build trust and confidence and overcome imposter syndrome.
My name is Rodolfo Alvarez. I'm a certified wellness and sexology coach working with individuals and organizations like schools, non-profits, and major companies like PepsiCo and McKinsey. I've been in the wellness field since 2010, and my work has taken me across the world, including Chile, Mexico, Canada, and the U.S.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Phoenix, United States