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October Chrysalis Meeting - How To Be A Superwoman

Where: Porirua Club, 1 Lodge Place, Porirua - Mana, Wellington Region

Restrictions: All Ages

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Agenda:
9:00am – Coffee, networking, chance to display items
9:30am – Welcome
9:40am – Speaker session – Jess Stuart
10:20am – 30-second introductions
10:40am – Updates
10:45am – More coffee and networking

Speaker Session:
How to Be A Superwoman & Juggle All The Demands

Imposter Syndrome impacts on our self-confidence and our self-esteem. It can therefore impact on our business. Particularly prevalent in women, this leads to us undermining ourselves, doubting our abilities and being unable to acknowledge the success we achieve, which leaves us feeling like a fraud.

Do you struggle to sell yourself? Are your prices too low (and you still worry if people will pay that for your product/service?), do you feel uncomfortable asking clients for feedback or testimonials about your work?

It can be particularly tough if you’re in business for yourself, the boss, the face of the brand and the person who has to make the big calls. There’s no team to hide behind, no-one to help you through these feelings of self-doubt and often no-one to pat you on the back and help you pause and reflect on the evidence that might just prove your Imposter wrong – that’s where I come in!

Studies suggest 70% of people experience Imposter Syndrome, a psychological pattern in which they doubt their accomplishments and fear being exposed as a fraud at some time in their business journey.

This talk will help you understand the theory behind Imposter Syndrome, why it affects so many high achievers and how we can navigate those feelings of self doubt to be our best and unlock our potential. Including why this impacts so many high achievers, the neuroscience and how it works in the brain, how to support others with it and practical strategies to offset Imposter Syndrome. Learn practical tips to help build self-efficacy, resilience and navigate those feelings of fear and inadequacy.

Speaker – Jess Stuart

An Imposter Syndrome expert who specialises in Women in Leadership, Jess has a background in Senior HR roles and a decade working with leaders in the corporate world. Featured on TV3, BBC, RNZ, Dominion Post, Stuff and NZ Business Magazine.

International speaker, coach and author of three personal development books. The latest of which, The Superwoman Survival Guide, gives practical advice and tips for building resilience, leveraging strengths whilst navigating fear, getting over self-doubt and mastering the art of balance.

Jess believes that tapping into your potential doesn’t mean doing more or having to be different. It’s uncovering what’s already there and being enough as you are.

Described as inspiring, articulate and relatable by audiences. Jess has a passion for sharing her knowledge and motivating others with her words.

Jess Stuart – Author, Coach & International Speaker. Empowering people to be their best.

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