Why do so many individuals fear being exposed as a fraud? Why the self-doubt and self-devaluation? In this seminar, you will learn:
· What neuroscience and psychology tell us about the prevalence of “imposter syndrome” and why is it more prevalent in high achievers.
· The costs of imposter syndrome on individuals and organizations.
· The relationship between competence and confidence and why are both needed to achieve full potential.
· Practical strategies can organizations implement and individuals use to break out of “imposter syndrome.”
Michelle Galloway’s technology litigation practice focuses on patent litigation and strategic counseling. In addition, Michelle also advises her clients on legal, strategic and technical issues of information management, as well as risk management, compliance, and ethics. She currently serves on the Litigation Executive Committee for the California Lawyers Association, as well as CLA’s Racial Justice Committee, and has a certificate in Diversity and Inclusion from Cornell.
Michelle speaks on a wide range of both legal and leadership topics such as attorney ethics, confidentiality and privilege, DE&I (diversity, equity and inclusion) topics, elimination of bias, health and wellness topics including mindfulness, and communication and influence strategies. She has been a speaker at numerous conferences and meetings, including but not limited to the California Women Lawyers and 100 Women in Finance. She received a JD from Stanford Law School and a bachelor's degree from Stanford University, majoring in economics and political science.
CFA Society Pittsburgh is excited to partner with CFA Institute’s Woman in Investment Management initiative to bring you this presentation.