Imposter Syndrome is a term used to describe an individual who believes they don’t deserve their success and are not as good as others. It particularly relates to the development of female leaders.
Imposter Syndrome Training: Why You Need it
Imposter Syndrome is a popular area of academic research, particularly relating to the development of female leaders. Imposter Syndrome is a term used to describe an individual who believes they don’t deserve their success and are not as good as others. They are unable to internalise their accomplishments and feel they are a fraud and that at some point soon they will be found out.
Inclusive Employer’s Imposter Syndrome training is designed to unlock some of the reasons why women, and some minority people, are not progressing into leadership roles.
Imposter Syndrome Training: What You Will Learn
- What the academic research and theory tells us about imposter syndrome;
- The common manifestations of imposter syndrome;
- How it holds back career and personal development;
- Ways you can help yourselves and stop thinking you are an ‘imposter’;
- Bets practice for organisations supporting colleague’s development.
Imposter Syndrome Training: Who Will Benefit
Inclusive Employer’s Imposter Syndrome training is particularly beneficial to anyone who feels they have low confidence or wants to progress in their career but is finding it difficult. It is also helpful for Learning and Development and Diversity and Inclusion professionals to understand one of the factors affecting the Gender Pay Gap and leadership diversity.
Imposter Syndrome Training: What is Our Approach
A fun, engaging and thoughtful approach underpins all Inclusive Employers training and we ensure delegate appropriate HR policy, legal and caselaw touchpoints are included. We focus on behaviour change and our training is packed with tips, techniques and practical take-aways.
Our focus is on developing training that is hard wired to your organisation’s purpose, values and frameworks. Some examples of learning approaches for this topic are listed below and visit our digital and face-to-face training approach pages for more details. We’re looking forward to working with you.
- Digital: eLearning modules, webinars, virtual learning space – at your own pace and time;
- Face-to-face: learning bursts to suit your schedules, half and full day training are some options.
To discuss how we can work together to deliver Imposter Syndrome training within your organisation please fill in our quick enquiry form.