From doubt to certainty – overcome imposter syndrome on your career path

Do you know what imposter syndrome is and why it is worth dealing with it?

 

Did you know that imposter syndrome (impostor syndrome) is more likely to affect women, and the technology industry – where the only constant is change – particularly exposes women to this affliction?

The belief that one is unable to do something because one is not competent enough becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy – did you know that?

Anxiety and fear that someone will discover that you’re actually not as great as your qualifications indicate, can effectively degrade the quality of your work….

… and more diplomas and certificates won’t make you feel more competent unless you overcome imposter syndrome.

LET’S TALK, HOW TO DO IT.

We invite you to a meeting where we will explain how to nullify the effects of imposter syndrome and grow into a leadership role.

 

 

Watch our webinar

 

During the meeting:

    • you will learn how to recognize the imposter syndrome
    • you will understand what type of “cheater” you are
    • you will recognize the abnormal coping mechanisms of the imposter syndrome
    • you will learn the right strategies for action
    • will talk about imposter syndrome with an experienced leader who knows how imposter syndrome affects an organization
    • in an atmosphere of acceptance and empathy you will also be able to share your story

Dagmara Brzezinska Vice President of Sales at InPost.

She worked as Commercial Director at Allegro, where she successfully developed product and offer categories. Additionally, as Head of Consumer Business Unit , she co-created technology solutions for Allegro’s consumer purchase path. Previously, she worked as Country Manager for Poland, developing the cosmetics platform iperfumy. co .uk – now notino.co.uk, where she moved from Unilever.

At Unilever, she served as Marketing Director of the cosmetics division and sat on Unilever’s operating board for Poland and the Baltics. Previously, she worked at L’Oreal in Poland and Denmark for six years. She began her career at British American Tobacco on a management trainee and at Coty.
She is a graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics, postgraduate studies at Columbia Business School and Cranfield School of Management, and the Advanced Leadership Program at Harvard.

For Vogue Poland, he creates the podcast “My Way,” which he co-hosts with Barbara Mierzwinska.