Overcoming the Imposter Syndrome

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Date: March 22, 2023
Time: 1:00 pm until 2:00 pm

Location: Virtual Venue (Online)

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Do you ever feel like you're not as good as others think you are? That your success is due to luck versus your talents and hard work? If you ever doubt yourself and your talents, you're not alone. Studies show that up to 70% of professionals suffer from impostor syndrome, which affects their confidence, effectiveness, and fulfillment at work. This number has increased because so many people changed jobs during the Great Resignation and started working remotely, being thrown into new virtual systems working from home or in a hybrid model.

Join us for this webinar to learn how to:
- Overcome this sense of inferiority
- Manage the negative thinking that impacts your confidence and performance
- Value your and articulate your experience and successes in a realistic way

Our presenter, Hallie, has been a certified career coach, speaker, author, and national career expert since 2002. Her company, Create Your Career Path, is headquartered in Atlanta, GA. She is regularly featured in the media (Forbes, CNN, Money magazine, WSJ) and has undergraduate and graduate degrees from Vanderbilt University and the University of Illinois. With over 2,000 success stories, her team of coaches and resume writers help professionals find jobs that make them want to jump out of bed in the morning to go to work. Their website is www.createyourcareerpath.com.

Recommended dress for this event: Casual

More information: (706) 542-3375

This event is sponsored by the University of Georgia Career Center

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