Young Professionals Leadership Development Series: Navigating Imposter Syndrome

Young Professionals Leadership Development Series: Navigating Imposter Syndrome

Event Information

Date(s):

Jul 08, 2021 - Jul 08, 2021

Time:

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Location:

Online

United States

CAE Credits:

1.5

Member Price:

$39.00

NonMember Price:

$49.00

Description

CAE Credits: 1.5

Imposter Syndrome can be defined as feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt, despite successes. Imposter Syndrome can be common relating to people’s work lives, particularly in young professionals finding their ground in the work place. In this session, participants will:

  • Define symptoms of Imposter Syndrome
  • Discover tools and techniques to work through these feelings
  • Develop strategies to be more confident in the work space

The next three sessions of the series are also available for registration, or you may register for an of the other individual sessions:

The remaining sessions of the series are also available for registration:

May 13, 2021 Professional Pathways: Advancing Your Career to the Next Level

July 8, 2021: Navigating Imposter Syndrome

  • Speakers

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      Danielle Duran Baron, MBA, MA, CAE

      Danielle Duran Baron is on a mission to change organizations through storytelling, open communication, empathy and inclusion. As an association executive, she has helped organizations build solid brands, create inclusive environments and maximize their impact and efficiency. Currently, she is the Staff Vice President of Marketing and Communications at the School Nutrition Association (SNA), where she oversees the development and implementation of the marketing and communication strategy to enhance and protect the SNA brand. For more than two decades, Danielle has worked in the private, public and nonprofit sectors, helping global organizations find their ideal positioning and authentic voice. Her expertise lies in strategy, marketing, experience design, storytelling and DEI. She holds a master’s degree in journalism and an MBA in marketing and is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese. An active member of ASAE, Danielle is the Vice-Chair of GRAPAC, a DELP Scholar and a CAE. She is also a board member of FIRN, a Maryland-nonprofit helping immigrants thrive in their community and the Co-Chair of Alianza Latina, a workgroup created by the County Executive to address many of the concerns and struggles of the Latino and immigrant community in Howard County, MD

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