Beating Imposter Syndrome: Moving past self-doubt to self-belief (online event)
Join an accomplished panel from our alumnae community to share stories of moving past feelings of self-doubt, beating Imposter Syndrome and embracing self-belief.
Have you ever experienced the high of a great achievement, only to feel the low of wondering if you really deserved it? Had that niggling feeling of self-doubt, even when you know you have earned your recognition. Maybe your own lack of self-belief is drowning out the belief others have in you. You are not alone.
Often referred to as the Imposter Syndrome, these feelings are normal and common, but what is not, is sharing them. London Business School invites you to join an accomplished panel from our alumnae community to share stories of moving past feelings of self-doubt, beating Imposter Syndrome and embracing self-belief.
Beating Imposter Syndrome: Moving past self-doubt to self-belief
Wednesday 19 January 2022, 17.00 - 18.00 GMT
Hosted by Lydia Wakefield-Yeung (Associate Director – External Partnerships and Scholarships), the session will aim to shed light no matter where you are in your career and what your next achievement might be - you deserve to be there, you belong.
We welcome participants from all career stages with an interest in joining the London Business School community as well as those already a part of it, and we hope this event will help you to take the next big step in your development. After the panel discussion, there will be an opportunity to ask questions of the speakers.
We look forward to having you there!