Imposter Syndrome is something that managers at all levels struggle with from time to time. Female leaders are especially prone to feel held back by their own belief of living an imposter’s life. But having self-doubt and uncertainty impacts all leaders at one time or another.
In this episode, I dive deep into the characteristics of Imposter Syndrome. My guest is Barabara Churchill. She has dedicated most of her coaching to this one key area. Listen as we explore these critical areas:
Defining just what it means to have Imposter Syndrome
Battling perfectionism and procrastination (they are related)
Getting things done well, not perfect
Finding solutions that stick
Barbara Churchill is the confidence and leadership coach for high-achieving professional women. Through her private Confidence Coaching Program, she helps leaders and entrepreneurs break through their blocks and own their power
so they can create the career and life they crave.
As an international speaker, Barbara has been teaching and mentoring career professionals for over 25 years, is a frequent television guest in the Minneapolis/St. Paul market, has been featured on several leadership podcasts and in major publications such as Star Tribune, Renew Everyday and Good Enough Mother.
Barbara lives in the Minneapolis area and will do just about anything for dark
Links for Barbara:
LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/barbara-churchill/
Doug’s Social Media:
IBGR Biz Talk Radio: https://ibgr.network
First Book “The Uncommon Commodity” https://theuncommoncommodity.com/
Jobs Book “STRIVE” https://strive.dougthorpe.com
Trust Book: “Trust at Work” https://trustatwork.online