Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Duration: 60 Minutes
Instructor: Dr. Kori Novak
Webinar Id: 802538


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Do you ever feel like you don't deserve your own success? Or that somewhere along the way people will "find out" you aren't what you seem to be? Or that you somehow "cut corners" and don't deserve the success you have? Then this is the webinar for you.

This is more than feeling paranoid or being humble. It's more than having injured self -esteem or a "too large" ego. In fact, many hard charging successful people actually suffer these thoughts. Recent psychologists has named this "Imposter Syndrome"

In fact researchers estimate that nearly 70% of Americans have experienced these feelings at least once in their life. It doesn't matter if you are a titan of industry, students entering a new academic setting or a stay at home parent, it is a feeling that is often more universal that we think. It's more than self-doubt and now is the time to start talking about it!

This webinar will discuss what imposter syndrome is, how to recognize it and how to overcome it to find your own confidence in your success.

Why you should Attend: If the little voice in your head is constantly questioning if you will be "exposed"; If you feel constantly paranoid that you will be "found out" as a fraud of a human being; if you are letting those voices stop you from really achieving, then you need to attend this webinar.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • What is Imposter Syndrome
  • How is it different than normal self-doubt
  • What do I do about it?

Who Will Benefit:
  • Anyone who has or wants to achieve success

Speaker Profile
Dr. Kori Novak is an expert in familial (or non-professional or paid) caregiving. While her focus has been end of life, she also has represented familial caregivers in places like the White House Conference on Aging as a delegate from the state of CA. Her specialty in caregiving for families was borne out of her own very personal experiences with her own family.

She earned her PhD in Human Services where she focused this passion into her own intellectual exploration of aging and dying withing the US prison system.

Moving on she went to the Stanford School of Medicine where she did her post-doctoral work looking at ethno-geriatrics in the prison setting, Dr. Novak has been a noted researcher and expert in trauma, narrative medicine and health equity for underserved populations.

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