Overcoming Imposter Syndrome: How to Turn Your Inner Critic Into Your Inner Coach
If you are like most business owners, you occasionally feel like you’re out of your depth. We all do. With the rapid pace of change in today’s market, we are constantly evolving and innovating to meet the demands of our clients and customers, which can be overwhelming. At the same time, it can feel like everyone else has it all figured out, causing self-doubt and insecurity to grow, regardless of our prior success. When we feel this way chronically, it can leave us in an endless loop of thinking we need to prove ourselves, agonizing over even the smallest mistakes, and feeling as though any amount of constructive criticism is further evidence of our shortcomings.
As a business owner, these feelings of self-doubt can show up in all kinds of ways and leave us feeling out of control in our business. They can also keep us from playing big, asking for what we’re worth, making our needs a priority, and truly stepping into our superpower.
In this workshop, Cassie Crosby shows you how to identify the symptoms of imposter syndrome, recognize its impact on your business, and transform your inner critic into your inner coach. Together, we will explore the following questions:
- What is imposter syndrome?
- What does it feel/look like?
- How do I recognize the symptoms?
- How does it impact my business?
- How do turn my inner critic into my inner coach?
This workshop provides practical tools and strategies to help you develop confidence building behaviors, set healthy boundaries, and reclaim your agency, in your business and your life.
There's no charge for this workshop.
About Our Speaker
Cassie Crosby is the founder of Iterata, a leadership coaching and leader development consulting firm. She is a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel who led multi-functional teams and organizations through some of the military’s most complex problems, including in Iraq and Afghanistan, for more than 20 years. As a certified leadership coach, facilitator, writer, and speaker, Cassie draws upon her more than 20 years of leadership and leader development experience in the military to help leaders develop the confidence and strength to overcome their toughest challenges and become the leader they want to be.
She is a Small Business Mentor for the Venture Mentoring Team, a non-profit organization focused on Economic Empowerment, as well as a member of the board of Fellowship Housing Opportunities, a non-profit organization providing safe and affordable housing for those living with mental illness. She co-authored My Green Notebook: “Know Thyself” Before Changing Jobs.
Cassie holds a Master of Business Administration in Organizational Leadership from Norwich University and a graduate certificate in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University.
You can read more about her on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/cassiecrosby/.