What you will learn:
The Truth about Imposter Syndrome Elective will share what imposter syndrome is (including the 5 types), why it may be mislabeled, what causes it, and how to address it.
We will specifically discuss its prevalence and unique role in male-dominated industries and why men and women in these fields need to work together to neutralize it.
We will look at prevailing research and data as well as provide moments of reflection to create a personalized working session.
By the end of the Elective, the participants will have a different perspective on imposter syndrome and a toolkit for helping themselves and their colleagues.
About the instructor:
Elizabeth Sandler spent 25 years as an executive in investment banking and private equity, including 18 years as a Managing Director and divisional Chief Operating Officer at The Blackstone Group and Deutsche Bank A.G.. Based in both the U.S. and the U.K., leading thousands of employees in over 70 countries, she is an experienced global senior executive.
As a top-ranked Chief Operating Officer, she developed a comprehensive leadership profile and oversaw operations, technology, human resources, compliance, and finance. She combines her extensive executive experience with coaching qualifications to provide career development and leadership strategy to CEOs, executive management teams, and rising top talent.
In 2019, Elizabeth founded Echo Juliette, which works with C-suite and other leadership teams to become high-performing, cohesive leaders of human-centric organizations. She is an authorized partner of The Five Behaviors, based on Patrick Lencioni's best-selling book. Elizabeth is a Society for Human Resource Management Senior Certified Practitioner (SHRM-SCP), a certified coach, and a qualified mindfulness teacher.
In 2020, Echo Juliette launched a spin-off company called Juliette Works, which is focused on providing women leaders with the inspiring, fulfilling careers they desire. As a working mother who raised two sons across three countries, Elizabeth is uniquely passionate about seeing women achieve career success without sacrificing other aspects of their life.
Elizabeth is an active patron of higher education and serves on the Graduate Executive Board at The Wharton School, where she earned her MBA, and on the board of Scholars of Finance, a 501(c)(3) that helps undergraduates pursuing finance careers build character and lead with integrity. Elizabeth also serves on the board of two public companies, in the U.S. (NYSE:FSK) and U.K. (LON:ESYS).
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Suggested Length:60 min(Flexible)
# of Employees: Flexible
Delivery: Live via Zoom
- Keynote Followed by Q&A
- Lecture with Discussion
- Interactive Workshop
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