Masterclass date: Thursday 1st February 2024
It’s likely that most high-achieving leaders have experienced imposter syndrome at one time or another. The feeling of inadequacy is experienced by most people, from university students to famous artists and CEOs of global corporations.
Research tells us it is especially common in high-achieving women. It shows up as feelings of being out of depth, not being skilled enough, experienced enough or equal enough to others.
Unfortunately, Imposter syndrome can constrain the potential to progress by preventing people from pursuing new opportunities for growth at work, in relationships, or in communities. This is bad news for leaders, businesses and the people themselves.
In this 2.5 hour informative and interactive session Danielle reveals that there more to the phenomenon than we think and what leaders and individuals can do to tackle it.
We will cover:
You will receive practical takeaways – ideas strategies and tools – you can use immediately, day to day, to support and empower yourself and support and connect with the experiences of other professionals in the WiBF community.
Date: Thursday 1st February 2024
Time: 9:00am to 11:30am AEDT
Location: Zoom Meeting
Prepare to do some reflecting and some planning because this session will have an activity or two to help you take some important steps to help you to identify what’s wrong, focus on what’s strong and use it for what’s next.
Danielle Dobson is an experienced coach, leader, facilitator, speaker and author who uses her warmth, passion and knowledge to connect with her clients, spark curiosity, and make sense of complex and challenging problems, both in the workplace and in the home. She does this by finding better ways and sharing them.
Professionally raised in the world of finance, a qualified CPA, Danielle built her skills and strengths in male-led work environments, holding HQ finance leadership roles for global companies in Australia, the UK, and the US. She also got her hands dirty on a steel mill in Italy.
Her groundbreaking insights come from her lived experiences, neuroscience and coaching more than 100 high performing leaders. She has achieved media recognition with her acclaimed book, “Breaking the Gender Code.”
She works with companies around the globe and her focus is on leaders and their teams, to help them understand the shifting nature of their sometimes-complex roles, both at work and in life, and ultimately equip them with strategies to navigate the rapidly evolving dynamic.
Danielle is warm, friendly and non-judgmental. She has a certain calmness and positivity about her. She actually makes you feel like you can achieve anything. Danielle helped me uncover what was there all along. Any feelings of insecurity and self-doubt were soon replaced with feelings of energy and positivity. – Raelene, Business Systems Analyst