Do you ever watch in awe as others confidently go about their business while you have the uncomfortable feeling that you may not actually know what you are doing?
Do you wonder when everyone will discover you are just ‘faking it’ and are not really up to the job?
Welcome to the impostors’ club!
What is impostor syndrome?
Impostor syndrome is a term to describe the experience of feeling like you don’t deserve your success. It’s very common and affects almost everyone at some point. It is especially common for women and can impact confidence and career choices.
Join NAWO and three superstars of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) as they talk about overcoming imposter syndrome to become recognised leaders in their respective fields, and participate in a panel discussion on this remarkably common career obstacle.
Kylie Jones, Product Development Manager (Liquids and Packaging) – Diageo
Bonnie Coxon, Manager Business Improvement & Innovation – Newcrest Mining
Joanne Lackenby, Regulatory and Licensing Officer, OPAL Reactor – ANSTO
Don’t miss this opportunity to submit your questions for the panel discussion and discover how you can reframe your imposter thinking and get on with doing your job.
Date: Thursday 3 September 2020
Time: 1 PM – 1:45 PM (AEST)
Have a question you would like answered?
Pre submit via email firstname.lastname@example.org for our guest to answer during the discussion.