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Thu, 25 May



Overcoming Imposter Syndrome and Setting Boundaries

An interactive session about overcoming imposter syndrome and setting boundaries. Ticket includes: hot food, drink, raffle & entry!

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Overcoming Imposter Syndrome and Setting Boundaries
Overcoming Imposter Syndrome and Setting Boundaries

Time & Location

25 May 2023, 17:30 – 20:30

London, 120 Moorgate, London EC2M 6UR, UK

About The Event

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Recently got a job and you're convinced they made the wrong hire? Asked to deliver a talk and questioned your eligibility? Have a tendency to downplay your achievements?

Firstly, we want to start by saying that if you've experienced imposter syndrome you're not alone. Research shows that many of us experience this, with higher numbers in women and even more when we focus on Black women. That's why this event is designed to be a safe space for Black and Black Mixed Women or Non-Binary, to come together and talk about navigating imposter syndrome and setting boundaries.

This session is for anyone who wants to figure out how imposter syndrome may impact them in and outside of the work place and learn useful tools to overcome it. We will also be equipping you with how to set boundaries with yourself and with others.

This event is not-for-profit all costs go towards overheads and running the event.

By the end of this session, attendees will:

• Identify key signs of ‘imposter syndrome’ and know how to manage it better and show up more confident

• Be more confident with setting boundaries

• Enjoy nice food with good company

Coming straight from work?

We've thought about you and we know what it's like going to an event after work and you end up eating late or being hungry, so we got you covered with hot and tasty food brought to you by Maame Ts Kitchen. Cold drinks will also be provided.

This event is brought to you by Dope Black Women with support from Inside Out Well-Being a not-for-profit social enterprise committed to helping you improve your mental health and wellbeing.

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