Webinar "Imposter Syndrome: Embrace Your Inner Gremlin"

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Webinar "Imposter Syndrome: Embrace Your Inner Gremlin"

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95% of high performers struggle with Imposter Syndrome - the feeling that you'll be found out as a fraud. But what if you could embrace the feelings of self-doubt and use this energy to power you forward to even more heights? In this dynamic session, Alisa Cohn - top executive coach and author of From Start-up to Grown-up - will help you embrace your inner gremlin, understand it's benefits, and tap into the power of your negative voices. She'll give you very practical strategies to help you build your inner confidence when you approach difficult things, and how to catalyze yourself in the moments of difficulty so you can perform at your best. 


Alisa Cohn is an Executive Coach who has worked with C-suite executives at prominent startups (such as Venmo, Etsy, Draft Kings, The Wirecutter, Mack Weldon, and Tory Burch) and Fortune 500 companies (including Dell, IBM, Microsoft, Google, Pfizer, Calvin Klein and Hitachi.) She is the author of the 2022 Independent Press Award-winning book From Start-up to Grown-up and podcast host of the same name, which provides insights and tools for the journey founders (and all leaders) must go through as they scale their leadership. 
She was named the Top Startup Coach in the World at the Thinkers50/Marshall Goldsmith Global Coaches Awards and ranked globally as the number one startup coach for the past three years by Global Gurus, a sought-after speaker, Inc. named Alisa one of the top 100 leadership speakers, and she has keynoted events for IBM, PwC, Dell, and Citi. She is the executive coach for Runway, the incubator at Cornell’s New York City campus. She is a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and Inc, and she's been featured as an expert on BBC World News and in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. She is an angel investor and a Broadway investor.

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