Irish Academy of Public Relations Webinar: Understanding Imposter Syndrome

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In this Irish Academy of Public Relations, Understanding Imposter Syndrome, Aoife O’Brien will delve into imposter syndrome, a common phenomenon that often hinders personal and professional growth. She will explore the origins of imposter syndrome, shedding light on why individuals frequently doubt their accomplishments and feel inadequate despite evidence of success. By addressing the root causes, we uncover effective strategies for conquering these self-limiting beliefs.

Irish Academy of Public Relations Webinar: Understanding Imposter Syndrome

  • What is imposter syndrome and how does it show up?
  • Imposter syndrome triggers
  • Who gets imposter syndrome
  • The impact of Imposter syndrome on career management
  • Practical steps to manage and overcome imposter syndrome

Attendees will leave equipped with practical tools to navigate self-doubt, celebrate their accomplishments, and embark on a journey of continuous growth. By understanding and addressing imposter syndrome, individuals can pave the way for heightened confidence, enhanced performance, and a renewed sense of authenticity in both their personal and professional lives.


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Aoife O’Brien is the founder of Happier at Work, a business with the mission to eliminate toxic working environments for good. She is passionate about ‘fit’ and especially how creating the right environment can help organisations increase their bottom line while supporting individuals to reach their full potential at work. She works with business leaders and employees to focus on: workplace culture; cultivating balance; and empowering leaders. Aoife has been featured by several national media platforms and public speaking events talking about imposter syndrome, fit, employee engagement, productivity, and remote working. Her two-time award runner-up podcast, Happier at Work®, features a combination of interview-based episodes as well as solo podcasting, and has a global audience of nearly 80k. She has lived and worked in Dublin, London, Perth, and Sydney and has a MSc in Work and Organisational Behaviour, a Diploma in Executive and Life Coaching and a Certificate in Career Coaching.

About The Irish Academy of Public Relations

The Irish Academy of Public Relations was formed in 1991 by Ellen Gunning, the PR consultant, author, and broadcaster. In the early years (1990s) the Academy taught PR & journalism courses at University College Dublin (UCD), University College Cork (UCC) and Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT).

As we grew, we expanded our range of courses to encompass a wide scope of communications topics and expanded our network of partners to evening classes in Irish colleges, the e-Learning Academy in Greece, Dorben Polytechnic in Nigeria, and Orient Planet Academy in the United Arab Emirates. We have graduates in 53 countries around the world and tutors across 3 continents.

Currently, we offer a range of Professional Diploma & Certificate courses, a suite of Online Continuing Professional Development courses, and training for the Corporate & NGO sectors.

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