COMEBACK CONVERSATIONS: How to Minimise Imposter Syndrome

26th January 2021 @ 8:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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About this Event
Jessica Chivers – psychologist and author of ‘Mothers Work! How to Get a Grip on Guilt and Make a Smooth Return to Work’ – plus special guest, Caroline Flanagan, will answer your questions on ‘How to Minimise Imposter Syndrome’

Caroline is the author of ‘Baby Proof Your Career’, mother of four and spent eight years working in the City of London as an international banking lawyer at two of the world’s largest law firms, Allen & Overy, LLP and Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, LLP. She’s now a professional coach and soon to publish her second book about successful people of colour and imposter syndrome.

How do I ask a question?
Two easy ways. You can send it in advance on the registration form or ask via the chat box on the night.

Why are you hosting Comeback Conversations?
We are on a mission to keep everyone everywhere feeling confident, connected and cared for when they take extended leave from work. That’s why we’re making Comeback Conversations freely available live every month.

Can I listen again later?
Recordings of Comeback Conversations are available to the people whose employers subscribe to the full Comeback Community™ experience.

How do I get access?
We’d love your employer to bring the full Comeback Community™ experience to every colleague who’s taking maternity, shared parental leave, adoption leave, sabbatical or sick leave where you work. Introduce us to your HR team and you could receive a beautiful box of goodies (because we love sending postal joy to people who think of others).

Can I come in my PJs?
Yes! Come as you are in all your natural glory. In your PJs, in your sweaty gym gear, whatever you like. Listen whilst you’re cooking supper; watch whilst you’re feeding your baby; take us to the toilet or whilst you’re quaffing a nice glass of Sauvignon Blanc. We don’t care what you’re wearing, where you are or what you’re drinking (please drink responsibly, there’s no worse a crime than spilling hot chocolate on somebody else’s laptop). We just want you with us!

Do I have to say anything or can I just watch?
You can be completely anonymous just like you’re watching TV at home. Just leave your camera off and and you don’t even need to use your real name when you sign in if you prefer. We’ll have everyone on mute so you don’t have to worry about embarrassing sounds in the background.

 

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