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Seven Ways to Move Beyond Imposter Syndrome

March 27, 2020 at 12:00:00 PM · Central Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

If you identify as a woman and are wanting to increase your visibility, share your voice, and play bigger in your life and work, you have most likely experienced the phenomenon of imposter syndrome.

Though not exclusive to women, the imposter experience is statistically more common in women, though curiously a significant portion of the advice on how to overcome it comes from male voices.

Join us for an interactive conversation on moving beyond the imposter experience (and its sister symptoms of doubt, unworthiness and perfectionism), and how we can individually and collectively overcome cultural conditioning to amplify our work, stories, and messages.

Together, we will work through seven ways to move through blocks to visibility, helping you to uncover specific and artful pathways to becoming seen, heard, and known—sustainably, and on your terms.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Helen Kim '
Assistant Director, Career Advancement
Helen oversees the digital programs including the NAA Career Webinar Series along with the NAA Career Podcast, Northwestern Intersections, to provide career advancement resources for the alumni network. She is passionate about engaging alumni to share their stories of how Northwestern has impacted their lives.
Webinar hosting presenter Liz
Liz Kimball is a writer, speaker, performance coach, and creativity catalyst. Founder of The Collective for Women Creators, Liz is dedicated to bringing more three-dimensional women-driven stories, ideas, leadership teams, and art into the world.

She has spoken at TEDx, NYU, The Lee Strasberg Institute, The NBA Equality Lounge, Female Quotient, The Clive Davis School of Recorded Music, Temple University, One on One, The Atlantic Theatre School, The Holland School of Visual and Performing Arts, Upright Citizens Brigade, Mount Holyoke, The Guggenheim Museum, and the 9/11 Museum and Memorial.

She specializes in empowering multi-faceted women to integrate their unique skills and talents to do the work they were born to do, and her clients include Broadway performers and directors, film and TV writers and actors, founders, coaches, business leaders, producers, choreographers, authors, and thought leaders.
Liz graduated magna cum laude with a dual degree in English and Theatre from Northwestern University, and summa cum laude with an M.F.A. in Acting from the University of Texas at Austin. She has trained at the Coaches Training Institute and is certified in Transformational Coaching through Leadership that Works. She has worked with The Grace Institute, and Girl Be Heard, both organizations dedicated to advancing women in a variety of entrepreneurial and creative capacities, and is a fierce advocate for electing more women to public office.

Her writing has been published on Oprah.com, W42ndSt Mag, EvolveHer, and For Women Who Roar. Connect with Liz directly at lizkimball.com and on Instagram @lizkimball.
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