Have you noticed an increase in anxiety or signs of burnout among your employees? Does it seem like your exceptional performers are passing up on career and leadership opportunities? Maybe employees are tuning out during meetings or taking more time off work than they used to, and you’re worried you’ll lose your best people if you don’t change something soon. Or you maybe you feel that your students or employees who are in leadership programs are still lacking the confidence they need to take their careers to the next level..
You know your high potential students or employees are capable of doing more, but self-doubt, insecurities and perfectionism are keeping them from taking ownership of their career. And for all your attempts to help them acknowledge their accomplishments and grow in their abilities, they still seem disconnected and unwilling to take career risks.
Alternately, you might take great pride in your employees’ performance and willingness to try new things, but they seem to lose confidence when taking on leadership roles. You know that imposter syndrome at work is a very real problem, but you don’t know what else you can do to support your employees and help them grow professionally and in a thoughtful way.
Are you searching for someone with a proven approach and the expertise to help your high potential team members and students own their greatness, overcome their impostor syndrome and thrive in their careers?
Many speakers can provide tips, tricks and motivation for your team, but you may not be sure if they truly have the qualifications to help your employees overcome imposter syndrome and work burnout. As licensed psychologists and career coaches in New York City, we have built our process from years of direct experience and proven results.
While we draw from a structured process to help organizations and their members defeat imposter syndrome, we understand that every company and employee is unique. By taking time to discuss your goals and the challenges facing your employees, we can craft a custom program or presentation that will truly help your leaders and organization. In some cases, you may only need a short presentation to educate your team members about what imposter syndrome looks like and how you can begin addressing it in the workplace. Other times, you may benefit from a half-day, full-day or even multi-day training session that provides hands-on support for your staff on topics like career burnout, diversity and inclusion initiatives, and steps they can take to build their personal brand.