Discover how to manage imposter syndrome in a free, virtual workshop from the Devon Wellbeing Hub on Wednesday 8 February at 12pm.
Imposter syndrome involves unfounded feelings of self doubt and incompetence. 70% of people will experience imposter syndrome at some point in their life. In small doses, this experience may motivate and fuel us to work harder.
However, for many, the thoughts and feelings associated with imposter syndrome can have a negative impact on our personal and professional life, and if unmanaged can lead to anxiety, depression and burnout.
Anna Croucher, Senior Colleague Wellbeing Practitioner, is running a free, practical workshop to explore imposter syndrome and its traits. It will discover the steps we can take to make it feel less overwhelming and how we can use it to our advantage.
After the session, you will walk away with lots of tools and techniques to help support yourself, as well as others in the workplace.
This workshop is open to colleagues working in healthcare, social care and the police across Devon, no matter what your role.
The session will take place on MS Teams and will run for two and a half hours with a 15 minute break. You will need a pen and paper and somewhere you can talk without disturbances.
There will be a maximum of 20 spaces available to ensure there is time to connect with one another. To sign up, visit Eventbrite.
Get in touch:
Getting support from the Devon Wellbeing Hub is simple. If you work in healthcare, social care or the police and are struggling with any aspect of your wellbeing, or you lead a team who would benefit from support, the Hub can help you today. Please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0300 303 5455. You can also fill out the referral form on the Devon Wellbeing Hub website