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UMG8021

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Identify the patterns undermining your confidence

Many people who transition to a leadership role experience feelings of being inadequate.
Do you ever feel like everyone else seems to know what they’re doing? Well, you’re definitely not alone! This minicourse will support leaders at the beginning of their management journey. It will help you identify and address negative thought and behaviour patterns that undermine your confidence, and help you to develop your own leadership style and behaviours.
About the course
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you'll be able to:
  • Communicate your change and transformation of professional practice by drawing on knowledge and understanding effective leadership skills and behaviours.
  • Demonstrate autonomy and judgement by acting on critical reflection of effective practice and integrity.
What topics will you cover?
  • Imposter Syndrome
  • Causes, symptoms and impacts of Imposter Syndrome
  • Strategies to address Imposter Syndrome
Assessment
To be eligible for a digital badge for this minicourse, you will need to successfully complete an assessment which includes a leadership action and implementation plan.
26 Apr 2021
21 Jun 2021
16 Aug 2021
11 Oct 2021
University level expertise
Dr. Eric Kong is an Associate Professor at the University of Southern Queensland. He completed his PhD in Strategic Management at Monash University and holds a Master of Science in Quality Management from the University of Paisley, United Kingdom. Prior to joining academia, Eric worked in Human Resources and Training & Development in the private sector for 10 years.
UMG8021
Overcoming Imposter Syndrome
A $810

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Digital Badges
When you successfully complete the assessment, earn credible digital badges you can share online via LinkedIn
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