The Wharton Alumni Club of Philadelphia
and the Women’s Initiative of the Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group
invite you to discover if you, or someone you know, is suffering from
The Impostor Syndrome: The Empress’ New Clothes
Thursday, April 7th
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
The Acorn Club
We’ve all been there, guys and gals, concerned others have high expectations of us, which we fear we will be unable to fulfill. Yet when we look at others, we fail to see they are experiencing exactly the same dilemma. From the outside looking in, they exude confidence, knowledgeability, and conviction they are the right person for that experience. However, when we look from the inside out, we experience a fear that we are going to be discovered to be far less than the image we apparently are projecting. What can we do to conquer this excruciating experience?
Please join a panel discussion to learn how others feel the same way we do and their solutions for working through this intimidating experience.
There is no need to suffer any more!
Heather Aspras, Director of New Product Strategy, GlaxoSmithKline, President Wharton Club of Philadelphia will serve as moderator,
Deb Denis, President Deb Denis Consulting, Executive Coach at Wharton, Coaches Without Borders and author of Kilimanjaro One Woman’s Journey to the Roof of Africa and Beyond (autographed book to be provided)
Erica Freedman, Vice President Talent & Organizational Development, Day and Zimmermann, Doctor of Psychology (Clinical Psychology)
Nikki Johnson-Houston, Tax Attorney, Co-Founder DONAFY, Former Assistant City Solicitor for Philadelphia, experienced being homeless as a child
Lisa Pote, Executive Director Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy
The Acorn Club
1509 Locust Street (Center City)
6:00 Networking, Tea Sandwiches and Champagne
6:30 – 8:00 Panel Discussion
8:30 Book Signing
$30.00 for Members/one guest of a member (Book included)
$40.00 for Non-Members (Book included)
This is event is being sponsored by
South Jersey Women in Business