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TAS Hobart Network Forum

Date: Thursday 01 Nov 2018
Time 12:30PM - 2:30PM
Venue: The Space at Sharkra Medi Spa
Trafalgar Shopping Centre
110 Collins St
Price: AHRI Members - 20.00
Non Members - 25.00
CPD: 2.00
Enquiries: Phone: 03 9918 9243

TAS Hobart Network Forum

Lunchtime session:
Check in time: 12.00 pm
Session Starts: 12.30 pm
Event Concludes: 2.30 pm

Evening session:
Check in time: 5.30 pm
Session Starts: 6.00 pm
Event Concludes: 8.00 pm

From Faker to Fabulous

The Australian HR Institute & Sharkra are proudly partnering to bring you an unmissable opportunity. Explore the inexplicable but all too common role of the impostor phenomenon in our professional and personal lives. All over the globe, there are people who know they can be better. 80%of women feel like a fake in their own roles….. If only they could let go of the fear. Fear of failure. Fear of success. Fear of being found out as a fake.
Braver Stronger Smarter provides an evidence based and entertaining exploration of what’s holding you back from being your most fabulous self.
What is the Impostor Phenomenon? Generate an understanding of what the impostor phenomenon is and how it comes to drive your behaviour, thoughts and attitudes to your own successes. Identify where it comes from and how to diminish the thoughts and behaviours associated with it. How is ambition affected? Learn how the workplace has developed over time to support inherent bias and identify how this fuels experiences of being an impostor. Discover how your potential can be better pitched to overcome barriers. Develop tools to better address workplace and societal triggers for IP. Dr Terri Simpkin is building on 40 years of research to help people move from feeling like a fake to recognising their true potential.

Speaker: Dr Terri Simpkin, Director- Braver Stronger Smarter

She’s an academic, researcher and expert in emerging leadership and management paradigms. A business leader, she works internationally with governments, industry associations, large and small business and is an accomplished academic manager. She has run university departments with a global remit and designed world leading, cutting edge Master’s programmes and leadership development. She’s a member of boards, global advisory panels and is a sought after public speaker. Despite all this, she constantly fears that someone is going to find her out to be a fake. Like many other women, Terri experiences the Impostor Phenomenon (an intense but irrational feeling of intellectual fraudulence).

While waiting for someone to find her out she’s conducted global empirical research into the impostor phenomenon in women in STEM. This research has developed into BraverStrongerSmarter – a suite of initiatives aimed at developing personal mastery and to recognise latent talent in those who may not recognise their own brilliant potential. 


This forum is open for AHRI members and non-members to attend. Registration is a 2-part process.

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    Registration closes Tuesday 30 October 2018

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    1/11/2018 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    The Space at Sharkra Medi Spa Trafalgar Shopping Centre 110 Collins St Hobart, TAS 7000
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