Burnout & Imposter Syndrome
Training Details & Format
Live Virtual Session
By the end of this training, participants will be able to identify the impacts of imposter syndrome in their work. They will also be able to self-assess their risk of burnout and take steps to address it.
Skills & Core Concepts Addressed
Risk of Burnout Self-Assessment
Why this? Why now?
Most of us feel more insecure about our work than we realize. When we’re constantly worried about making mistakes, the resulting stress can push us to burnout.
What is Artesian Collaborative’s approach to this issue?
The antidote to imposter syndrome is vulnerability. When we’re able to share our fears, and see that others on our team are feeling the same things, it helps us know we’re not alone.
In this training, we will define imposter syndrome and create a safe place for your team members to share the ways that imposter syndrome impacts their work. With this foundation of connection and trust, we will then examine how the stress we’ve been carrying is pushing us toward burnout.
How will this training help my team grow?
Our goal is for your team to experience a ‘breakthrough moment’ as they realize they’re not the only ones dealing with imposter syndrome. Once everyone breathes a collective sigh of relief, we can then begin to assess our stress levels and risk of burnout together. You team will gain language and framework to discuss burnout and learn strategies to address it.
“This training has given me ways to tune into myself when my 'warning lights' come on and to be more aware of my mental health.”
“The educational component of this training gave our people the tools to counteract burnout and compassion fatigue, took away the stigma around it, and left our team with a sense of hope. People felt comfortable being themselves, discussing questions out loud, and feeling understood.”
Our Training Team
As trained mental health professionals, our passion is to help people navigate pain and turn it into growth. Many corporate training programs are great at helping us address the symptoms of tension and conflict, but rarely get to the root of why we feel and act the way that we do. At Artesian Collaborative we believe that tension, conflict and discomfort are not merely problems to be solved. They are opportunities that, when used correctly, can transform our organizations, our relationships and ourselves.
As we train your team our primary goals are to:
Help your organization build a culture that supports psychological and emotional health.
Guide your team through tension and conflict in a way that builds understanding of themselves and others.
Facilitate interactive and interpersonal workshops that help teams experience positive interactions in the moment that can serve as a model for healthy organizational culture.
Sunitha Chandy Psy.D.