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NewOvercoming the Impostor Syndrome
It is staggering how many people suffer from imposter syndrome. Did you know that Meryl Streep, Albert Einstein and Maya Angelou all suffered from this condition? It can have a negative effect on our work and the way that we view ourselves in the workplace.
The Imposter Syndrome describes a condition where we feel that we don’t deserve the position or responsibility that we have. We find it difficult to take pride in our achievements and have the feeling that we are a ‘fraud’.
Participants will gain a clear understanding of what Impostor Syndrome is and will have the opportunity to start thinking through the impact of it on their behaviour. Participants will also be provided with the tools needed to become more effective and confident individuals through practical means. This course provides an environment to discuss issues in a small classroom environment and allows participant to send their questions in advance of the training.
10:00 - 16:00
St James's Park
30 January 2020 Book6
23 June 2020 Book8
12 October 2020 Book8
Jo Clift has 20 years of experience working at a senior level in the UK Government including the Cabinet Office. She currently helps organisations work with Government and Parliament.
Jo started her career as a communications professional and subsequently worked at the heart of government for over 20 years, mainly at the Cabinet Office. She has worked closely with many ministers over the years, including Lord Peter Mandelson and Sir Oliver Letwin. She also worked at Number 10 in the Prime Minister's Press Office.
She has delivered a wide range of policies and advised on multiple complex communications issues. Jo has also worked across a wide range of issues including strategy, Ministerial PR and high-level Board appointments, with the common challenge being making things happen across very large and complex organisations.
Jo Clift's government roles have included leading the Coalition government's ICT strategy, Head of Communications for the BSE Inquiry and creating a new model for corporate shared services across Whitehall. Jo also gained private sector experience as a senior change consultant at Deloitte Consulting. This enabled her to gain a great set of change skills and valuable insight into the private sector.
In addition, she is a fellow at the Royal Society of Arts and a published writer on the Civil Service and Brexit.
Women are gradually working their way into key roles across many sectors, but one of the main barriers to success for women is their own view of their skills and their lack of confidence.
This course will ensure that employees understand how government works and how their own organisations should be interacting with it.
It is staggering how many people suffer from imposter syndrome. Did you know that Meryl Streep, Albert Einstein and Maya Angelou all suffered from this condition? It can have a negative effect
This half day course provides participants with a clear model for looking inwardly at an organisation and establishing what the future may hold.
Turning a policy into legislation takes many stakeholders to work effectively together. Getting agreement for policies in Whitehall can be difficult, but getting an agreement in the Commons and Lord
This half day workshop offers participants an opportunity to reflect on the personal impact of change and uncertainty, offering practical tips and techniques to help develop personal resilience.
This course is designed to give attendees insights, tips and tricks for dealing with deadlines, stress and demands.
Civil Service College can deliver In-House training within your organisation that is exactly tailored to meet your individual training requirements.
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