In this course, we will examine how Imposter Syndrome can manifest and how you can overcome it. You will walk away with easy-to-implement strategies that will propel your growth mindset and ensure your success. Now, more than ever, education professionals need support to level up and be the strong leaders that students and staff need.
In this 30-minute course, you will learn:
- The definition of Imposter Syndrome
- Methods to identify trigger feelings of Imposter Syndrome
- How to overcome Imposter Syndrome
- How to establish healthy boundaries
Other courses in this series:
The Power of Storytelling for Leaders
Growing as a Leader & Teambuilder
The Art of Building a Team
Customer Service for Leaders
Self-Care for Leaders
(Some titles are still in production and will have active links as soon as they become available)
Veronica V. Sopher is a dynamic school communications leader with more than 20 years’ experience in K-12 leadership. She has served as the Chief Communications Officer for several large and mid-sized school districts. Sopher provides leadership, vision, direction and execution of major district communication programs, strategies, events, and activities.
Sopher believes in the power of selfcare and its dynamic impact on customer service, leadership development and teambuilding, especially in the K-12 space. After years of burning the candle at both ends and pushing herself to achieve, she realized that her physical and mental health were preventing her from creating balance in her home and her two teenage daughters and husband were not getting her best self.
Sopher changed course, started investing in herself and reignited her mindset. This shift created a healthier homelife for her family, stronger and more effective productivity for her school district and leadership team and created a passion for sharing her learning with other K-12 leaders.
Throughout her career, she has earned numerous professional awards and has led national award-winning teams. Sopher serves as a mentor to several school communications professionals and has held leadership positions for the Texas Schools Public Relations Association, including serving as President in 2021.
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