Become a part of our global network to stamp out impostor syndrome and add a long-term revenue stream to your coaching, speaking or workshop facilitation business as a specialist on this high-demand topic

Join the leading provider of information, insight and tools to organizations and individuals since 1985

This is your chance to learn directly from Dr. Valerie Young — the world’s leading expert on impostor syndrome.

As a part of our global community, you get extensive access to an established program based on a groundbreaking solutions developed over three decades and successfully delivered to over half a million people around the world — saving you the time, effort, and money it would require to create on your own.

A Few Key Benefits To Our Licensed Associates:

Specialize in a high demand topic that opens new doors 

Instant credibility through your partnership with the world’s number one source of impostor syndrome solutions

A proven program delivered to over half a million people around the world

Boost the lifetime value of your customers — and attract new clients

Solutions rooted in a strong diversity and inclusion perspective that go beyond gender or race

Network and collaborate with a global network of ISI-certified presenters

Worldwide audience in five key markets actively seeking these life-changing solutions

Goes beyond “self-help” to address organizational costs and solutions

Demand For This Program is High —
and So Is The Praise

I attend many seminars and find that most are simply takeoffs of each other and versions of popular trends and books. Your presentation was refreshing however, and provided me with new insights and information.

University of Texas - Austin

Trish Berry, Director of Women in Engineering Program

OVERWHELMINGLY the most well received workshop of the event! I hope this begins a long relationship with IBM.

IBM

Christine Dunbar, Director Photomask Technology & Operations

…to the point, relevant, content rich, highly beneficial, and entertaining.

UK College of Policing

Dave Houchin, Senior Leadership Trainer Behavioural Skills

This is definitely one of the largest responses we have had to any workshop.

Swanson School of Engineering, University of Pittsburgh

Terri Kennelly-Cook, Diversity Program

Valerie’s content left our employees feeling energized and hopeful for confronting the symptoms of imposter syndrome in real time. Furthermore, she helped our employees explore the root causes of impostor syndrome so that they can develop organizational solutions to environmental conditions that produce it. 
MICROSOFT

Tarikh Campbell, Workplace Inclusion Manager

You knocked it out of the park at Apple HQ last night!

Silicon Valley Tech Forum Women

Francine Gordon, Program Chair

I can’t even begin to tell you the amount of positive feedback we have received about your talk. You were extraordinary. 
BLIZZARD ENTERTAINMENT

Kelly Stevens, Global Diversity and Inclusion Manager

We had to get a bigger room to accommodate the registrants, the room remained filled at the end, and those that had to leave early asked me if I could pass along the notes.

Columbia University Medical Center

Robert Tillman, Ph.D, Director, Faculty Professional Development

Your subject matter clearly resonated with our participants as evidenced by the fact that people continued to make references to your talk throughout the rest of our program.

Leadership Alliance National Symposium

Karen Ball, Chair

…overwhelmingly positive with most attendees rating it and you as “excellent.” The over 20 countries and virtually as many languages represented confirms that impostor feelings are truly universal.

McDonald's Europe

Jane Gibbon, Senior Director, HR

The Rethinking Imposter Syndrome event is still ringing in people’s ears! Can’t thank you enough, it has touched our company in so many ways.

HelloFresh US

Crystal Chea, Associate Director of Logistics

… we had more than twice the turnout we had expected. Students, staff, and faculty members were talking about it for days after the seminar.

Emory University

Dr. Susanna Widicus Weaver, Assistant Professor of Chemistry

I attend many seminars and find that most are simply takeoffs of each other and versions of popular trends and books. Your presentation was refreshing however, and provided me with new insights and information.

University of Texas - Austin

Trish Berry, Director of Women in Engineering Program

OVERWHELMINGLY the most well received workshop of the event! I hope this begins a long relationship with IBM.

IBM

Christine Dunbar, Director Photomask Technology & Operations

…to the point, relevant, content rich, highly beneficial, and entertaining.

UK College of Policing

Dave Houchin, Senior Leadership Trainer Behavioural Skills

This is definitely one of the largest responses we have had to any workshop.

Swanson School of Engineering, University of Pittsburgh

Terri Kennelly-Cook, Diversity Program

Valerie’s content left our employees feeling energized and hopeful for confronting the symptoms of imposter syndrome in real time. Furthermore, she helped our employees explore the root causes of impostor syndrome so that they can develop organizational solutions to environmental conditions that produce it. 
MICROSOFT

Tarikh Campbell, Workplace Inclusion Manager

You knocked it out of the park at Apple HQ last night!

Silicon Valley Tech Forum Women

Francine Gordon, Program Chair

I can’t even begin to tell you the amount of positive feedback we have received about your talk. You were extraordinary. 
BLIZZARD ENTERTAINMENT

Kelly Stevens, Global Diversity and Inclusion Manager

We had to get a bigger room to accommodate the registrants, the room remained filled at the end, and those that had to leave early asked me if I could pass along the notes.

Columbia University Medical Center

Robert Tillman, Ph.D, Director, Faculty Professional Development

Your subject matter clearly resonated with our participants as evidenced by the fact that people continued to make references to your talk throughout the rest of our program.

Leadership Alliance National Symposium

Karen Ball, Chair

…overwhelmingly positive with most attendees rating it and you as “excellent.” The over 20 countries and virtually as many languages represented confirms that impostor feelings are truly universal.

McDonald's Europe

Jane Gibbon, Senior Director, HR

… we had more than twice the turnout we had expected. Students, staff, and faculty members were talking about it for days after the seminar.

Emory University

Dr. Susanna Widicus Weaver, Assistant Professor of Chemistry

The Rethinking Imposter Syndrome event is still ringing in people’s ears! Can’t thank you enough, it has touched our company in so many ways.

HelloFresh US

Crystal Chea, Associate Director of Logistics

Our mission is to stamp out impostor syndrome around the world.

To do that, we are actively seeking experienced coaches, presenters and workshop facilitators who share our belief that everyone loses when bright people play small.

STEP 1 

Download our Impostor Syndrome Institute Licensing Blueprint to explore whether being a Licensed Associate is right for you.

STEP 2 

Complete and submit application
(deadline Friday, December 3)

STEP 1

Download our Impostor Syndrome Institute Licensing Blueprint to explore whether being a Licensed Associate is right for you.

STEP 2

Complete and submit application
(deadline Friday, December 3)

Dr. Young is a mapmaker. I am recommending her book to all my clients and students who suffer with impostor feelings.

SUZANNE IMES, Co-Discoverer of Impostor Phenomenon

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