September 29, 2021
Kick Imposter Syndrome to the Curb
Imposter syndrome — the persistent belief that one is undeserving of her successes and will be discovered as a “fraud” — is a hot topic in the professional community, particularly for women. As we lean into 2021, it’s time to banish this invisible adversary, and we’re creating an open space for professional women to do just that.
The NC Chamber invites you to participate in a complimentary Imposter Syndrome Working Group, with the next session taking place on September 29, 2021. This initiative brings together professional women across North Carolina on a regular basis to share their experiences and strategies for conquering feelings of professional insecurity. One-hour virtual meetings include time for candid sharing, guest speakers, and tailored presentations — all aimed at giving you a modern toolkit for embracing your worth and kicking imposter syndrome to the curb.
Workshop #3: “Redefining Success and Worth at Work”
Speaker: Jessica Lackey, Jessica Lackey Consulting
Jessica Lackey is a Business Coach and Consultant that helps teams and leaders unlock their souls and transform their strategy to create more health, wealth, and worth in their lives, careers, and businesses. Jessica combines master coaching with 15 years of experience in corporate America, with experience consulting at McKinsey and Company, operations at Nike and Electrolux Major Appliances. Jessica is an ACC Certified Coach and an Awaken Your Life Master Coach-Trainer. Jessica has an MBA from Harvard Business School, engineering degrees from Virginia Tech and Penn State, and is also a Certified Holistic Nutritionist and PN1 Certified with Precision Nutrition. Jessica and her husband Philip reside with their dog in Charlotte, NC.
Wednesday, September 29
|1:00 pm||Welcome Remarks|
|1:10 pm||Presentation: Redefining Success and Worth at Work|
Traditional business and career success is defined by financial and growth terms. Your P&L, your title, your salary. Your span of control. Your follower count, your number of clients, your web traffic.
These traditional definitions of success imply we are always searching for more. And the pandemic has shaken free a desire to re-examine our lives and careers and truly define what success means for us.
In this talk, we will discuss what would be possible in our lives if we claimed different measures of worth and success. You will leave with new ways to define success and maintain relationship to your own worth.
|1:40 pm||Breakout Groups: Networking and Sharing|
|2:00 pm||Event Adjourns|