AUTHOR, SPEAKER, AND COACH ANGELA HOSKING
The Notable Woman is proud to present the Super U Summit, 30 empowering women speakers over 10 days.
In this Super U Summit Talk, author and coach Angela Hosking teaches us that we are not an imposter and how to deal with negative thinking patterns.
Angela Hosking, MBA, MSN is on a mission to help women grow and develop confidence, enhance their inherent leadership skills and inspire them to boldly achieve their personal goals. Angela combines her 10+ years of Healthcare Executive Leadership experience with her expertise as a Women’s Empowerment writer and Author of Woman on Top: Lead Like a Lady Boss to deliver impactful workshops and motivational speeches.
Angela is the owner and CEO of Her One Tribe, LLC where she hosts and coaches an online community for aspiring women to find education, inspiration, and support with their fellow sisters.
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According to the recent Ellevest research of more than 2000 American men and women, nearly half of the women respondents felt they had to work twice as hard as their male counterparts, and 83 percent agreed that men are routinely paid more for their responsibilities and titles. This societal construct has led to many women feeling unsure of their abilities and subsequently eschew promotions, opportunities and dreams. This fraudulent feeling, dubbed Imposter Syndrome, can cause a woman to question her success despite being a high achiever.
By examining this specific form of intellectual self-doubt and reframing the way successful women think, participants can develop strategies to deal with and overcome its effects. This session tackles this sensitive subject in a humorous and interactive way that helps the audience examine their patterns of thinking and work towards silencing their inner critic.
1. Understand and identify the characteristics of Imposter Syndrome and how it relates to American feminine societal constructs and its prevalence among high achieving women.
2. Examine how personal, critical thoughts and actions may be identified as Imposter Syndrome effects.
3. Develop individual strategies for reducing the impact of Imposter Syndrome-like thinking.
FREE GIFT FOR YOU
Angela’s free gift for you is her Imposter-Syndrome Emergency Card! You can check it out here.
HOW TO WATCH
Please join us by clicking on the link below, which will take you to Angela’s video in the Society for Notable Women Facebook group. (You must join the group to see the video.)