Perfectionism is very different to healthy striving - it's been described as 'shame in high heels'. What sits behind our perfectionism and why is it so destructive?
Imposter Syndrome is a term coined in the 1970s to describe the phenomenon of successful people being unable to internalise their own success.
We look at the emotions behind these two workplace phenomena and suggest tips and strategies to overcome them.
Introduction to Perfectionism and Imposter Syndrome
An understanding of the emotion that sits behind these ‘conditions’.
Overcoming Perfectionism and Imposter Syndrome
An individual approach
A systemic approach
Summary - including further resources
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Roxanne is a certified co-active coach who is also trained in the work of Brené Brown. She is passionate about the diversity and inclusivity agenda believing that we need to remove the barriers to success in the workplace and create cultures where people can show up as themselves and be valued for it.
She strongly believes that the skills needed in industry - including creativity and innovation - are rooted in diversity, authenticity and vulnerability. Roxanne is warm, compassionate and challenging.
She exemplifies inclusivity in her work, her approach and how she runs The Hobbs Consultancy.