Unmasking the Impostor:
spotting and sorting impostor syndrome
17 July 2018
- What is Impostor Syndrome
- How to spot and sort it
- Owning achievement
- Getting rational with emotions
- Being you in a ‘comparing world’
From the event:
Massive ‘yay’ to this event – cleared so much of the feelings I have had all my life!
Trisha was very engaging and clearly knowledgeable in her field. Her style was informal in the best way.
Thank you so much for another great evening! A great presentation by a brilliant facilitator. I feel more confident and have a better outlook already!
An excellent and useful session with the perfect balance of theory and activities.
Came away feeling motivated and inspired. Great to hear other people’s thoughts and feelings on the topic. Thank you!
What a great event tonight! Was having such a hard day at work and nearly didn’t attend, so glad I did. Re-energised!
Felt better that others are in the same boat. Friendly group.
Made me feel more human! Also not to put such high demands on myself.
Great event. It’s nice to talk about a subject that is difficult to bring up at work (a male-dominated environment).
This was just the top-up on this subject that I needed. Trisha was a great presenter.
Entertaining speaker on a very interesting and emotive subject.
This was my first event – thank you for having me and making me feel so welcome. I though Trisha was a fabulous speaker – so insightful and inspirational 🙂 I look forward to future events.
Great location and food. Enjoyed the presentation greatly.
- You scored this event as:
out of 5!
Trisha Lewis is a Bournemouth based professional communicator who helps individuals become their most effective and enjoyable communicating self.
She specialises in 1:1 communication and presentation coaching and directing. Trisha strongly believes that everyone can be an excellent communicator – all they need is quality time with objective feedback, tactics and a safe space to experiment
As an experienced speaker she regularly delivers talks on special areas of interest: Impostor Syndrome, Networking Skills and Engaging an Audience.
Date: Tuesday 17 July, 6pm for 6.30-8.30pm
Venue: Woodpecker Café, Queens Park Pavilion, Queen’s Park West Drive, Bournemouth BH8 9BY
Event Cost: £16 (includes drinks and light refreshments)
Parking: Plenty of free parking next to the venue
Doors open at 6pm for drinks and food before we start at 6.30pm.
Please note that the booking fee covers the cost of organising the event which includes light refreshments and a finger buffet, plus small donation to a charity that supports women.
- Before the day: refund or payment put towards future event
- On the day: payment put towards future event
- No show without notice: no refunds or future event reservation – you lose your money – sorry!
Marie, Kelly and Ginette
The Aspiring Women Dorset Team