Wednesday, April 19, 2023, 6:30pm
at Sina Bernini Bristol
In spite of your age or career stage, you have most likely encountered the symptoms of tall poppy or imposter behavior. These behaviors are not talked about openly and often difficult to discuss. Tall poppy is a tendency to cut others down for their achievements. Envy, low self-esteem, fear and resentment by your peers are typical of what we call “The tall poppy syndrome”. On the other hand, Imposter syndrome is the internal psychological experience of feeling like a phony in some area of your life, despite any success that you have achieved in that area.
Being good at what you do or having success at work isn’t always easy. It is a normal behavior of many to have an inner resentment when someone else does better than you or has more.
How can we learn to develop skills to transition through these behaviors and what kind of environment and support can leaders give to successfully overcome these challenges?
We will explore how these syndromes have affected your career and what skills you can develop to overcome these feelings and to transition effectively through these types of behaviors. As women, we need to rethink how we view success, both in others and ourselves. We need to overcome the feeling of not being good enough to ask for what we deserve and avoid the fear of not being good enough or feeling like an imposter.
PWA invites you to join us and our experts in an interesting and stimulating discussion from two dynamic speakers who have experienced first-hand how you can overcome these syndromes and develop skills to have less anxiety and pressure in your career.
How has Imposter syndrome or Tall Poppy syndrome
affected your career? What can you do about it?
This conference is for you.
Please find the speaker’s information along with the registration link below.