Feel like a fake? How to beat imposter syndrome
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09 November, 2021

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm GMT

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Feel like a fake? How to beat imposter syndrome

Location: Virtual

  • Format

    Event

  • Type

    Conference

  • Duration

    1 hour

Following his hugely popular presentation in October 2020, your CIMA North East England Area is delighted to welcome back Peter Ryding, award winning top coach and mentor. Peter will present his updated version of explaining imposter syndrome and how to overcome it, by way of including the impacts on this state of mind caused by COVID and hybrid working.

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Programme outline

Do you ever feel you may be ‘found out’ for not being good enough? Despite being outwardly successful? This is known as ‘imposter syndrome’ and Peter will explain how it has damaged careers and businesses, show you how to overcome it, and so avoid the same traps.

In this presentation, Peter will …

  • Reveal the surprising factors – including COVID and hybrid working, that cause imposter syndrome.
  • Share real-life examples of how it has self-sabotaged high flying careers, paralysed decision making, brought healthy businesses to their knees, and even destroyed marriages.
  • Provide proven ways to spot it in yourself and others, and share trusted techniques to take control to systematically remove it from your life – or anyone else you know who maybe suffering.
  • Show you the hidden financial costs of imposter syndrome, and other self-limiting beliefs at all levels in your organisation based upon research that found 40% of employees have suffered from it.
  • Explain what leaders can do to create an empowering culture that frees a workforce from these constraining beliefs, allowing them to make better decisions, faster, and get more done in less time.
  • Share additional resources to help you and your employees thrive within a blended office / home-working world, where spotting and dealing with unhelpful beliefs remotely is more important than ever before.

In addition …

Peter will give all attendees a special VIP code for free access to the VIC system.

The learning outcomes from Peter’s presentation include:

  • How to spot if you, or someone you know, is suffering from imposter syndrome.
  • Why it’s vital that you fix it – for you and your business.
  • How to fix imposter syndrome.

Who will benefit?

Those of you who are an executive or an aspiring executive, who may be suffering from imposter syndrome, or know of someone else who may be suffering from this state of mind.

Speaker details:

Peter Ryding is a serial award-winning turnaround CEO, venture capitalist, master coach, and mentor to CEOs, who specialises in helping leaders and their businesses to thrive – no matter what their situation.

Peter has rescued 14 businesses, including two plcs, from failure, and generated over £1B pounds through accelerated performance improvement.

His personal mission is… ‘To help 20 million people, across 20 countries, achieve and celebrate more success with less stress.’

Peter founded the online system of success called ‘VIC – your Virtual Interactive Coach’, to give the power of coaching to every employee, instead of just the bosses. Peter will give all attendees a special VIP code for free access to the system.

He’s a top international keynote speaker, serial author, and BBC Radio’s top interviewee of the year.

What his clients have said…

“I love Peter’s style.” Theo Paphitis (Dragon’s Den)

“Peter consistently delivers… …thanks to his unique combination of inspiring leadership, business strategy, coaching and psychology.” Jeff Randall Sky, former BBC Chief Business Editor

“Peter’s advice will save you a lot more than just your job!” Lord Digby Jones

“Peter has the knack of getting the best from people.” Sir John Harvey-Jones, of BBC’s Troubleshooter, and a 20th century captain of British industry.

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