Impostor Syndrome is the internal feeling or psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a “fraud.”
This panel discussion supports women to think beyond negative self-talk and provides tangible ways to quiet the negative voice in their head.
Michelle Grocholsky BA'07, Principal, Coach, Consultant and Speaker, Empowered coaching and consulting, Director, Global Empowerment, Engagement, Inclusion and Diversity, RICS
- Kristiina Montero, Interim Associate Vice President: Teaching and Learning, Wilfrid Laurier University
- Sybil Allen-Jones MSW, BA'81, CEO The Human Factor
- Sarah Au BBA’09, Director of Marketing, Muskoka Brewery
- Deborah MacLatchy, President and Vice-Chancellor, Wilfrid Laurier University
Elevating Laurier Leaders
This event is part of a special women's series hosted by President Deborah MacLatchy. Elevating Laurier Leaders (ELL) is coming to Waterloo after sold-out events in Toronto in spring 2019.
The series brings together accomplished Laurier alumnae committed to advancing women’s leadership and to helping them achieve their full potential. ELL is part of building a supportive community of women from diverse industries and backgrounds who want to support each other in their leadership journeys.
You can register for this event and other ELL events online. All events take place at THEMUSEUM over breakfast.