Your instructor: Marian Evans
Course Description: This course is designed to help individuals understand, identify, and overcome impostor syndrome, a common psychological phenomenon that affects people in various aspects of their lives, particularly in their professional and academic pursuits. Impostor syndrome can lead to self-doubt, anxiety, and reduced self-confidence.
Through a combination of theory, practical exercises, and personal development strategies, participants will gain insights into impostor syndrome, learn to recognise its manifestations, and acquire techniques to overcome it. By the end of this course, students will be empowered to overcome impostor syndrome and achieve their full potential.
Course Duration: This course is a 3-week program, consisting of 3 two-hour sessions. It is designed to be delivered as a series of live sessions with interactive activities, discussions, and self-reflection assignments. Participants are encouraged to practice the strategies and techniques outside of class hours to effectively address impostor syndrome.
Understand the concept of impostor syndrome.
• Define impostor syndrome and its impact on personal and professional life.
• Recognise the signs and symptoms of impostor syndrome.
Develop self-awareness and resilience.
• Enhance self-awareness and recognize self-limiting beliefs.
• Cultivate resilience and a growth mindset to combat impostor syndrome.
Implement practical strategies to overcome impostor syndrome.
• Explore techniques for managing self-doubt and negative self-talk.
• Create an action plan for building self-confidence and achieving personal and professional goals.
Throughout the course, participants will engage in discussions, group activities, self-reflection exercises, and case studies to gain a deep understanding of impostor syndrome and the tools needed to overcome it. By the end of the course, they will have the knowledge and skills to combat impostor syndrome, build self-confidence, and realise their full potential.