Yes, it’s an uneven playing field. Yes, there are inequitable situations in the workplace that make it harder for women to achieve the careers they want. Yes, it seems that there is unconscious bias and double-standards in the work place that interpret what women do and how they do it very differently to the same actions from men.
All that is true. However, another truth is that women don’t always take the opportunities that are in front of them. They may fear that they aren’t good enough. They may
want to wait until they have all the competencies. They may feel they’ll be ready soon. They may fail to recognise the value of their skills and capabilities.
They may experience the Imposter Syndrome.
Find out why the Imposter Syndrome is an issue that impacts the self-esteem and self-confidence of women, making it challenging for them to step up. For information on the Skirting Leadership offering, please visit our Programs page.
A few testimonials for Skirting Leadership
Your presentation was, hands-down, one of the most consummate performances I have seen ever. Purposeful, masterful, to the point, engaging, and flexible. And your workshop was a practical and tangible introduction to the reasons for – and power of – positive psychology.
Senior Scientist, CSIRO
Skirting Leadership has provided me with practical and thought provoking tools to better judge my biggest critic – me! (In a positive way that I know will make a difference at work and also my personal life). Thank you Suzanne – loved the workshops!
Natalie, Senior Manager, TAL
I really loved this course. I found it challenging and confronting as well as very beneficial to understanding my drivers (as well as the drivers of the people around me) which will help me tenfold over the next few weeks as we transition into the new roles that are in front of us. Thank you !
Helen, Senior Manager, CGU