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Imposter Syndrome – And What To Do About It
Event : 
Chapter Breakfast
Date: 
July 9, 2019 - 7:30am to 8:40am
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Unlimited slots available
Price: 
$25.00
Speaker(s): 
Heather Whelpley
PDU: 
1.00
PMI Talent Triangle: 
Leadership
Event ID: 
C018yymm01
Program Description: 

Do you ever hear a little voice in your head saying, “You're not ready. It’s already been done. What will everyone think? Are you really good enough to do this?” If any of these sound familiar, then you have been impacted by imposter syndrome. These fraudy thoughts influence how we show up in our career, from pursuing a promotion or changing jobs to speaking up in meetings and sharing new ideas. The good news is you can do something about it! In this interactive session, speaker and coach Heather Whelpley will share:
• How imposter syndrome impacts us
• Why we experience it
• Practical tools to recover fast when doubt and imposter syndrome strike

This talk will be useful for anyone that experiences doubt or imposter syndrome personally as well as leaders interested in learning how imposter syndrome impacts their team members.

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Agenda

7:00 a.m. - Register, Breakfast, Networking
7:30 a.m. - Webstream broadcast begins
7:40 a.m. - PMI-MN Chapter Business / Intros
7:50 a.m. - Speaker Presentation
8:40 a.m. - Questions & Answers

Cost

Member            $15

Non-Member    $25

Walk-Ins           $25

Webstream       $10

Partner Discount 10% at Registration

Cancellation
Full refunds, less a $5 cancellation fee per registration, available through July 7. 

Speaker(s) Bios: 

Heather is an entrepreneur, speaker, coach, and writer. She has facilitated workshops on imposter syndrome with hundreds of people from Fortune 500 companies, universities, and non-profits as well as business owners. As a coach, she guides high achieving women to stop the hustle and reclaim their life. Prior to owning her business, she worked in human resources for ten years at Cargill and Ameriprise in a wide variety of roles, including leadership development, change management, and HR business partnering. Heather has extensive global experience, including working in Australia and Latin America. She has a master’s degree in Human Resource Development from the University of Minnesota and is a graduate of the Coaches Training Institute. Heather is currently writing her first book on how high achieving women can learn to let go of expectations and create their own rules for life. In her free time, you can find Heather hiking, biking, and skiing around the Twin Cities, visiting farmers markets and breweries, and serving on the board of HandsOn Twin Cities.

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