Date/Time: 22/01/2019 @ 18:45 – 21:00
Location: Unit 8 Hampstead West, 224 Iverson Road, London, NW6 2HL
Tired of feeling like a fraud? Constantly worried you will be ‘found out’?
Come along to Red Arbre’s evening workshop for women working in law. We will go through some practical ways to manage the effects of Imposter Syndrome and start to overcome it.
“I just wanted to say, your stuff really works, and I wanted you to know it, and to say thank you so much!”
Do any of these sound like you?
- “Any minute now they will discover I should not really be here”
- “I just got here by luck – they will find out soon enough”
- “I am not good enough to be here”
We know that Imposter Syndrome can make you feel anxious and alone at work. Relax in a friendly, safe environment of like-minded professionals at this seminar and let us help you explore being happier at work.
More about the evening
In this seminar you will increase your understanding of Imposter Syndrome and learn some key strategies and tools to help you start to feel more in control and begin to overcome it.
The seminar is focussed on female lawyers but everyone is welcome.
Unit 8 Hampstead West
The venue is a minute’s walk from West Hampstead underground and overground stations. Access is via the black gates directly opposite West Hampstead Thameslink station.
18.30 – 18.45 arrival. Starts at 18.45 and finishes by 21.15.
Limited spaces – booking required. (We strongly recommend booking early to avoid disappointment.)
What have attendees at past Red Arbre seminars said?
“Some elements have clearly improved just by attending your seminar.”
“Time flew by – definitely the sign of a great workshop! It was full of practical tips and tools for me to use. I would highly recommend this to everybody.”
“Excellent! The whole evening was relaxed, engaging and informative…and fun! The tips really helped me to reflect and take control and I feel like I can now actually start taking some actions.”
More about the organiser
Nazish Bhaiwala, Founder and Career Coach at Red Arbre, is a former employment lawyer who coaches lawyers and other professionals on being happier at work.
In 2018 Nazish carried out a series of interviews of female international human rights lawyers from all over the world about their experiences of Imposter Syndrome. Combining this global scale learning with her own coaching experience means she has an in-depth and unique understanding of Imposter Syndrome and the coaching tools and strategies that can help to overcome it.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Email [email protected] with any questions or if you would like to register your interest in attending future seminars.