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Overcoming Imposter Syndrome - 2024

Event Starts: 2/2/2024 9:00 AM

Event Ends: 2/2/2024 12:00 PM

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Overcoming Impostor Syndrome

OVERCOMING IMPOSTER SYNDROME (3-hr)

virtual only

Friday, February 2, 2024

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon CT

PLEASE NOTEWe request that each participant participate from his/her own computer and use a webcam. This will allow you to participate in the breakout group discussions that are an important part of the learning experience.

Registration Deadline: January 12th

Missed the deadline? Click here to inquire if spots remain.

Fee:

RWHC Member & Affiliate Member:
$135 per person

Non-RWHC Member: 
$160 per person

 

Fee includes program handouts.
 

 0.3 CEUs

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RWHC is approved as a provider of continuing health education by the Wisconsin Society for Healthcare Education and Training (WISHET). RWHC designates this activity for up to 3 contact hours (0.3 CEUs) of continuing education for allied health professionals.

Meet Your Instructor

Erin Smital

Erin Smital, RN, is the Nursing Professional Development Educator, Nurse Residency Coordinator and Lean Residency Coordinator at the Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative. Along with being an RN, Erin brings forward years of experience in various leadership roles in and out of healthcare. In addition to developing and presenting numerous leadership and nursing focused workshops, she also provides training in de-escalation as a Certified Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Instructor.  esmital@rwhc.com

Target Audience

All healthcare workers

Program Description

If you’ve ever felt like an “Imposter” in your role, you are not alone. Up to 82% of people report suffering from some form of “Imposter Syndrome.” It is defined as a pattern of thinking where the individual doubts their skills, talents or accomplishments. They suffer from a deep fear that they will be exposed as a “fraud” who does not deserve the position they have been given, or the status and/or respect they have achieved. They often attribute their success to luck and frequently struggle with feelings of inadequacy and decreased self-worth.

These feelings are quite common in individuals that work in healthcare along with high-achieving leaders. It has been recognized to affect both men and women equally. It disrupts our ability to get out of our own way, get things done, develop meaningful relationships and ultimately achieve the greatness we deserve.

Participants will learn to:

  • Describe Imposter Syndrome
  • Identify the 5 types of Imposter Syndrome
  • Recognize which types impact you personally
  • Pinpoint when it occurs and how it gets in your way
  • Identify tools to shift out of “fraud thinking”
  • Move past doubts and move forward with your goals
     

Visit the RWHC Leadership Series page to view all our educational offerings.

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