Wed, Jan 19|
Confront, Counter & Overcome Imposter Syndrome
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Time & Location
Jan 19, 2022, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM PST
About the Event
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Athena and NeoGenomics are launching into 2022 with this dynamic Imposter Syndrome series that examines the neuroscience & psychology behind the syndrome and why it's prevalent among high achievers. Michelle Galloway, Stanford Law Lecturer and Cooley Of Counsel will provide powerful insights on what’s stopping you from fully embracing your highest potential in the workplace. As a psychological pattern where individuals doubt their skills, talents, or accomplishments, the syndrome feeds a persistent fear of being exposed as a fraud. Despite external evidence of competence, those experiencing this phenomenon remain convinced that they are frauds and do not deserve all they have achieved and must work longer and harder than everyone else.
In this provocative session, expect to take away proven strategies to help people & organizations break free from the costly consequences of the imposter syndrome. By powering through, you will learn you have to speak up in that meeting; you have to present that idea; you have to apply for that role you’re qualified for; you have to demand that job title and ask for that raise.
Michelle Galloway | Of Counsel | Cooley LLP
Lynn Tetrault | Chair | NeoGenomics Lab