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Imposter Syndrome: How Feeling "Not Good Enough" Might Be a Symptom of Success

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Imposter Syndrome: How Feeling "Not Good Enough" Might Be a Symptom of Success

08 Nov 2019
New York State Veterinary Medical Society Theater
Practice Manager

Imposter syndrome is a psychological pattern in which a person believes that they are inadequate and incompetent despite evidence that indicates they are skilled and successful. This can result in an inability to internalize accomplishments and a persistent feeling of never being “good enough.” Imposter syndrome impacts our colleagues, supervisors, and our loved ones, and plays a role in how we interact with each other, our interpersonal communication, and how we present ourselves. In this workshop, participants will learn about the root causes of imposter syndrome and discuss the six dimensions of imposter syndrome. The group will also identify the five types of imposters, how these types manifest themselves in our lives, and explore ways to help themselves and others overcome imposter syndrome.

  • - Learn about the root causes of imposter syndrome
  • - Discuss the six dimensions of imposter syndrome
  • - Identify the five types of imposters and how these types manifest themselves in our lives
  • - Explore ways to help themselves and others overcome imposter syndrome
Speakers
Makenzie Peterson, Wellbeing Program Director - Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine

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