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Webinar: Unmasking your potential - overcoming imposter syndrome

Thursday 15 June 2023
12:00 - 13:30 UK time

Many people, however successful they may be, can still find it challenging to enjoy their work or personal life. When you are plagued with feelings of self-doubt or feeling like an imposter this can have a huge impact on your daily life. Our own inner critic is often the harshest one of all, so gaining an understanding of what is driving those thoughts, can often be the first step in controlling them.

Foothold and Matchtech are pleased to introduce this new free webinar hosted by psychotherapist, mediator and trainer Katy Cullum-Birtwistle and management development coach Amanda Mortimer.

Using their years of experience, Katy and Amanda will explore:

What is imposter syndrome and where does it come from

How imposter syndrome can detrimentally impact the psyche and hold you back in your career and life

Strategies for managing and overcoming imposter syndrome

Register for your spot below – limited spaces available!

When and where

Date: 15 June 2023
Time: 12:00–13:30 UK time
Where: Online

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Meet the presenters

Katy Cullum

Katy Cullum is a Psychotherapist, Mediator and Trainer with over 10 years’ experience of working with clients and helping them to improve their mental and emotional wellbeing. As Service Manager for Rightsteps and Livelife, she leads a team of therapists to deliver counselling, emotional wellbeing group sessions and wellbeing training on a range of topics that support mental wellbeing in the workplace and beyond.

Wellbeing expert Katy Cullum
Amanda Mortimer

Amanda Mortimer

Amanda Mortimer is a Management Development Coach and mentor with over 25 years of recruitment sector experience. Since 2017 Amanda has helped clients develop their resilience to aid personal and organisational growth. At Matchtech she provides executive coaching to help individuals and teams improve self-awareness, confidence, inspiration and personal responsibility for creating positive change.

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