Northern Coffeehouse: imposter syndrome - RSA

Northern Coffeehouse: imposter syndrome

Fellowship events / Online

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  • Behaviour change
  • Social brain
  • Fellowship

Inspired by the RSA’s origin in an enlightenment coffeehouse over 260 years ago, our new Northern Coffeehouse series offers an interactive space to share ideas for social change.

We’re joined by Adrian Ashton, the author of Loving Your Doubt – why everything we think we understand and know about Imposter Syndrome is (probably) wrong. He’ll be laying out the argument in the book, and encouraging us to better understand what 'Imposter Syndrome' actually is, and how we can deal with it.

Join us most Fridays for an informal lunchtime talk followed by a chance to discuss the topic of the day or anything else that is on your mind, in small breakout rooms. Starting at 1pm and finished by 1.45pm, you can enjoy your Friday lunch break with inspiring speakers and interesting colleagues.

Taking part in Online Events

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Zoom call joining details will be sent out via email in advance of the event.

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments to support your participation, please let the team know by emailing: [email protected].

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