8 February, 2022 | 12:00 pm to 12:30 pm (AEDT Sydney)
HOW TO OVERCOME IMPOSTER SYNDROME – To stop feeling like an imposter, you have to stop thinking like an imposter.
Do you sometimes walk into a room or join an online meeting and feel like a fraud? Like you are not good enough and might be found out, discovered or unmasked.
Have you ever felt that your achievements are down to luck, good timing, or just being “in the right place at the right time.”? Maybe you have felt that you don’t deserve to be paid that much, your work isn’t good enough for people to read or your ideas aren’t worth listening to?
Everyone experiences situations where they feel like an imposter, especially in intimidating scenarios, whether they’re in an interview, taking up a leadership role, being asked a challenging question by a prospective client, writing a blog post or speaking in front of a large crowd. You doubt your intelligence, talents and ability, no matter how much evidence there is that we’re successfully navigating our lives, jobs and relationships.
The difference between those who experience Imposter Syndrome and those who don’t is that they think different thoughts when an imposter situation arises. They are no more intelligent or capable than those who experience Imposter Syndrome, they just think differently. To stop feeling like an imposter, you have to stop thinking like an imposter.
Craig is a high performance leadership expert working with CEO’s, emerging leaders and high performing leaders across the globe. He brings 27 years experience coaching, mentoring and training high performers in the areas of performance mindset, managing high pressure stakes moments, developing winning strategies, developing self leadership, and establishing successful team dynamics and culture.
Regarded as a global citizen, having grown up in New Zealand and lived in five countries, Craig’s diverse experience and background brings a deep level of understanding and questioning. With a relentless curiosity and an obsession with human behaviour and performance, Craig has a unique ability to build effective relationships, ask thought-provoking questions, provide valuable insights and mentor coaching clients through change and effective growth.
Working with world leaders such as the Dalai Lama, Fortune 100 Companies, Actors, Musicians and more than 100 Olympians and World Champions, Craig knows what it takes to reach a peak performance state, perform under pressure and achieve high performance.
Known for his relentless curiosity, and obsession for human behavior and performance, Craig is passionate about helping people find the self-belief and courage to bring the best out of themselves. He has worked with CEO’s and senior executives from some of the world’s leading companies including IBM, WTA Tennis, EY, Nestle, Ironman Triathlon, P&G, United World College and Nike.
Location: Canberra, AUSTRALIA
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