Masterclass: Combat Imposter Syndrome (Women’s History Month Edition)

1 class
60 minutes


“Am I just a fraud who is pretending that I know what I’m doing?” 

“Is everything I’ve accomplished just an outcome of pure luck?” 

If you’re a woman in the workplace, chances are that you’ve caught yourself asking questions like these before. Research has found that a majority of highly accomplished women in the workplace experience feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt which can lead them to question their own achievements - a phenomenon commonly known as “imposter syndrome.”

The outcome? Many women suffer in silence and worse, pass up or miss out on career-changing opportunities.

In honor of Women’s History Month, Executive Coach and Hone Facilitator Ianna Raim will lead a session on how to manage your imposter syndrome and embrace your successes and accomplishments.

You’ll leave with a greater understanding of:

  • Why you feel like an imposter at work and what fears might be driving your behavior

  • How to shift your focus from shortcomings and failures to accomplishments and opportunities

  • How to use self-compassion and other tools to tame the imposter experience

How Hone is different
Live learning
Small-group classes over video conference. Join wherever you are.
Interactive activities
Practice new skills in breakout rooms with like-minded professionals.
Real-world application
Apply new skills to your work by taking action and choosing a personalized Hone challenge.
Learning tracks
Curated paths to give you the straightest path to your leadership and career goals.
Related topics
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