A live virtual talk or interactive webinar is a great alternative to an on-site event.

Dr. Young’s “Overcoming the Impostor Syndrome” presentation was our most well-attended Webinar of the last two years. Over 600 people registered for the Webinar and based on the evaluations completed by attendees ranks as one of our most highly rated presentations.

Peter M. Finn, Director of Learning & Development
Society of Women Engineers

We were extremely pleased with the large number – 375 – of registrants this webcast attracted! Occasionally a topic is so timely and has such universal appeal that both our members and non-members want to take advantage of the opportunity to learn more about a topic – and this one is so relevant! I’m sure The Conference Board will invite Dr. Young back for more.

Dr. Irene B Carew, Conference Program Director
The Conference Board

Well done! My team and I came away from the session with a new set of tools to deal with impostor feelings. We licensed the recording to use as part of onboarding new employees.
David Darmanin, CEO

Benefits of a Virtual Program

1) Greater Reach

Attendees at different locations and/or in different time zones are able to see and hear Valerie Young’s overcoming the impostor syndrome presentation from any computer.

Webinars hosted by ImpostorSyndrome.com via GoToWebinar can accommodate up to 1,000 attendees. If your organization hosts the webinar the attendance maximum is unlimited and determined by your internal capacity.

2) Saves Money

With a virtual program, there are no travel expenses

3) Save Time

Unlike an on-site program where people need to meet at a common venue, with a webinar or webcast they can attend the presentation without ever leaving their workspace.

4) Opportunity to Use The Webinar For On-Going Training

For a small additional fee, you can license the webinar for on-going employee/student training, new hire onboarding or orientation, or professional development.

Take Aways

    If you want to stop feeling like an impostor, you need to stop thinking like an impostor.

    • What is the Impostor Syndrome and how it differs from low self-esteem
    • Creative ways impostors explain away their success
    • 7 perfectly good reasons why smart people feel like frauds
    • How your personal competence rule book may be setting you up to fall short
    • Procrastination, perfectionism and other unconscious coping strategies “impostors” use to avoid being found out and the price they – and their organizations – pay for that protection
    • How impostor syndrome intersects with diversity and inclusion in ways that go beyond gender — and why it matters
    • Practical steps to help interrupt the Impostor Syndrome and end needless self-doubt in yourself or in those you lead, manage, mentor, teach or even parent

Scheduling and Licensing the Webinar Replay

For details on scheduling and potentially licensing a virtual talk or interactive webinar for your organization call 413-437-7554 or email info@ImpostorSyndrome.com