An Impostor? The
is a confidence-zapping mindset which affects business operations as well as long term careers. The Impostor Phenomenon can be summarized as a mindset where people doubt their accomplishments and often have an internalized fear of being exposed as a “fake”. Many people experience some form of the Impostor Phenomenon. Join Counselor Beth Christensen and Executive Coach Chuck Blohowiak for a lunch and learn presentation and become familiar with the Impostor Phenomenon. During this presentation you become aware of some of the many ways the Impostor Phenomenon shows up in one's life and you receive suggestions on how to reduce the impact of the Impostor Phenomenon on your business or career. Agenda:11:00 am - Registration and lunch11:20 am - Presentation pre-amble11:30 am - Me!
An Impostor? Presentation Meet your presenters: Beth Christensen Beth is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor in private practice in New Orleans. She works with a wide variety of issues and problems, with a special focus on trauma. Beth earned her Master of Arts in community counseling from Our Lady of Holy Cross College in 2004, and her Doctorate in counselor education from UNO in 2011. Prior to her career as a counselor, Beth was a Clinical Nurse Specialist in critical care. Beth has lectured extensively in both nursing and counseling and has published in peer-reviewed journals and textbooks. Chuck Blohowiak Chuck is an ICF Executive Coach with a practice in the Greater New Orleans Area. Business owners, managers, and executives seeking to develop their leadership mindset as well as those seeking to develop their business operations mindset work with Chuck to craft a path leading to the desired successes. Prior to establishing his coaching practice, Chuck worked with leadership development and organizational process excellence in Fortune 500 companies.