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How to Help Employees Deal With Imposter Syndrome (Especially in a Remote Working World)

How to Help Employees Deal with Imposter Syndrome

Perhaps they’re not telling you directly, but many employees are suffering from imposter syndrome. In fact, studies show that 70% of people feel like an imposter, or someone undeserving of their role, at one point in their career. This tends to especially afflict high performers who put a lot of pressure on themselves to achieve (and who are probably burned out from the year we just went through). 

Join Stella Grizont, Positive Psychology Expert and Executive Coach, to understand the mechanics of imposter syndrome and how it affects employees. Equip your organization with the right tools to help retain your talent and keep them energized, confident, and well.

In this webinar you will learn how to help employees:
  • Identify the root cause for imposter syndrome and get relief
  • Transform one's inner critic into a loving friend
  • Talk with managers in a way that's not awkward or too vulnerable
  • Generate confidence in a way that feels natural and empowering

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About Stella Grizont

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As a speaker and executive coach, Stella Grizont works with leaders who are seeking deeper career fulfillment and with organizations that are dedicated to elevating the well-being of their employees.  

In the last 15 years, Stella has coached over 1,600 individuals in 27 countries.  Some of Stella's corporate clients include Google, Dow Jones, Cigna, Johnson & Johnson, VMWare, and Genentech. 

Her unique approach to being happier and more engaged on the job has been featured on MSNBC, The Today Show, ABC, Entrepreneur, and Vanity Fair.  She regularly contributes to Forbes and Thomson Reuters.

Stella studied Economics at Columbia University's Barnard College. She was also one of the first 150 people to earn a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology (aka the science of happiness) from the University of Pennsylvania. 

She now lives in New Jersey with her husband and 2 children, who continue to teach her what life is all about. 



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