Imposter Syndrome Assistance
A major barrier for many people to advancing their careers and maximising their opportunities is known as The Imposter Syndrome.
People with the following thoughts and beliefs are most likely to be suffering from IS:
- Worries constantly about not meeting others' expectations despite significant achievements in life or work
- Rationalises that luck and outside factors contribute to accomplishments at work
- Feels overestimated by others
- Feels undeserving of praise and views compliments as being disingenuous
- Disregards personal strengths, limits potential and denies success
- Has the unproven belief that not being as smart as others discourage professional and personal advancement
- Works really hard yet reject the idea of celebrating achievements
Have you ever thought that you passed a test because of luck? Or think that you will not get a job because you are not smart like other applicants?
All of the above are symptoms of people afflicted by The Imposter Syndrome (IS).
If this is you, then help is close at hand with the ACMA Career Management programs assisting people to gain self-belief and a healthier outlook on life in general, and their value to the workforce in particular.
Be coached to eliminate these negative and self-defeating thoughts and to view yourself from a completely different perspective.
The good news is that these are simply learned behaviours that with personalised guidance can CHANGE YOUR LIFE and CHANGE YOUR CAREER!
Learn how to be a better you today...
ACMA creates successful career-paths through detailed individual assessment, research and job market analysis, combined with expert personalised coaching.
Note: A Career Development Association of Australia research paper found that when professional career guidance occurred that the participant was 2.67 times more likely to secure a job.
All program services can be delivered via our interactive online cloud-based career management "Career Talk" system and/or "one-on-one" in our Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, Melbourne or Auckland offices.