October 21, 2022
3.5 CCE - 2 Core, 1.5 RD
Imposter Syndrome is a common experience for nearly all of us - finding ourselves in a situation where we feel inadequate to the task or the audience, and fearing exposure and/or failure, which is daunting. For coaches, this could happen with clients who are suffering themselves from this sense of not being up to what is expected. One way out of Imposter Syndrome is to reconnect to your "core" - the power source of all that you do. From that place of self-power, nothing you do is as an imposter. This two-hour session will address these points through stories, some analysis of coaching presence, breakout discussions, small groups of the participants' own experiences and learning re: Imposter Syndrome and a wrap-up with a reminder of resources available to use for self-improvement or with clients.
Cat Newberry, MS, CPCC, MCC, ICF Certified Assessor has 30 years of global corporate HR experience in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, and translates this unique knowledge into compelling coaching and mentoring. She is co-founder and Principal at Creative Coaching Certification Partners, specializes in training coaches at the ACC and PCC levels, and serves as a Mentor Coach for MCC candidates. Cat approaches the training of coaches with the joy of welcoming others to the privilege of changing the world, one client at a time.Susan Marc Lawley, PhD, BCC, MCC, MCEC is a highly regarded executive coach, consultant, award-winning entrepreneur, esteemed academic and devoted coach trainer. As an intuitor and an integrator, Sue supports participants in “connecting the dots” in their coaching. As an expert in creativity, Sue brings novel ways of looking at topics, generates expansive thinking, and leaves coach mentees feeling confident, encouraged and refreshed.