Making the Case to Yourself:
Identifying and Overcoming Imposter Syndrome
and Increasing Your Confidence
Many lawyers struggle with feelings of self-doubt and a fear that others will discover they are not capable enough, smart enough, or experienced enough. This is the common phenomenon of Imposter Syndrome, which affects at least 70% of all people and a large number of lawyers and other high achievers.
Join Tonkon Torp partner Parna Mehrbani, Oregon Department of Justice lawyer Melissa Chureau and Career and Executive Coach Susanne Aronowitz for a transformational workshop to understand Imposter Syndrome, its causes, and how it presents, and gain tools to overcome self-doubt, increase confidence, and learn to think like a “non-imposter.” This program has been updated from earlier presentations on Imposter Syndrome to address this phenomenon in the context of recent conversations on racism and racial injustice as well as the impact of COVID-19. July 21 Handout.
|Title: Imposter Syndrome: Identifying and Overcoming Imposter Syndrome and Increasing Your Confidence
Location: Portland, Oregon United States
Sponsor: Oregon Women Lawyers
Credits: Mental Health/Substance Use 1.00