Session: I AM a woman in tech!
Imposter syndrome isn't something you can see. Those who experience imposter syndrome often believe they are inferior to others or have faked their way into positions despite all their accomplishments. Up to 70% of both women and men, especially high-achievers, experience imposter syndrome at some point in their career.
This conversation will bring light to this psychological phenomenon and the different types of imposter syndrome while sharing constructive ways you can begin to overcome this negative thought cycle.
- Recognize why having conversations about imposter syndrome can positively impact sense of belonging.
- Explain the reality of imposter syndrome in the professional realm.
- Examine how reframing negative thoughts can be a strategy for dealing with imposter syndrome.
Powered by her passion for learning and development, RaChelle is an award-winning global leader on a mission to make positive impacts. She has over 20-years of experience serving areas spanning from Sales, Operations, Marketing, and HR. After spending almost a decade in the Financial Institution & Insurance field, she joined Hulu at the “corner of tech and entertainment” as the Head of Viewer Experience Training where she created and launched Hulu University. Currently, she is serving as Head of Rackspace University and Global Director of Talent Development for Rackspace Technology where she recently created a Women in Tech Collective. The collective focuses on skill building, modern mindsets, and supportive active allyship. Striving to be a positive light and motivational force, she is dedicated to supporting initiatives and movements that empower the advancement of others.