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Career Development Webinar “Imposter Syndrome”
August 26 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Career Development Series: Imposter Syndrome, presented by WIL Montreal Chapter.
In this workshop we will explore one of the most ubiquitous career blockers for women, and this at all levels of the organization: imposter syndrome.
While it is a phenomenon that seems to be gender neutral in its prevalence, the way it hits is clearly more intense with women. Indeed, it meets a fertile ground of social, cultural and internalized norms and expectations in women’s lived reality.
What is interesting though, is how we think about it, identify with it or not and ultimately reframe it. In a way, the idea is not to fight imposter syndrome (that is just exhausting), it is to question it, to reframe it and to back yourself up with data.
This workshop approaches leadership in general and imposter syndrome in particular with a clear bias toward understanding, action and self-compassion.
Bibigi Haile is the founder of The Beauvoir Group, a career management and personal branding consultancy. She works with women in middle and senior management roles, helping them make bold moves in their lives and careers as they discover the possibilities that come with finding and owning their unique voice.
Bibigi is a sought-after speaker and business strategist. With a background in strategic change management consulting, her career expands over several industries including finance and investment management. Applying a research and evidence-based approach, Bibigi guides her clients through transformational change.
Her current focus on imposter syndrome has earned her spots on national stages.
Bibigi is also and especially the mother of a wise 5-year-old, a third culture kid, a podcast and book nerd and a running enthusiast.
Founded in 2001, Women In Leadership Foundation (WIL) delivers inspirational programs that bring women together to collaborate in the development of their leadership skills & creates positive change in the future of women’s leadership.
Learn more at womeninleadership.ca