Do you suffer from a lack of confidence or feeling like you don’t deserve the things you have accomplished? Are you a victim of that inner critic, you know, that voice that fills you with self-doubt? If yes, you might suffer from Imposter Syndrome.

Imposter Syndrome refers to the experience of feeling like you are “faking it” and might be “discovered” as a fraud in your work. Approximately 70% of people suffer from imposter syndrome at one time or another. Many women in business experience a lack of confidence. They avoid conflict, struggle with work-life balance, and don’t trust their own abilities. All of these feelings have been amplified since the pandemic shut-down. Join Coach Carly Flagg, who will introduce Imposter Syndrome/Phenomenon and offer tools for managing imposter feelings during and after an event, as well as cultivating a life that nurtures feelings of authenticity and competence both in work and life.

About the Facilitator

Carly Flagg works as an Internationally Certified Life Coach specializing in burnout prevention, self-care, and communication. She has also worked as a college professor and sign language interpreter for nearly 25 years. She is a Certified Compassion Fatigue Educator and has completed more than 100 hours of training in Nonviolent Communication. She brings practical experience and examples to her teaching, as well as a respect for each participant’s learning style. Participants are encouraged to ask questions, take risks, and advocate for their own learning. As a coach, Carly works with service professionals and caregivers to prevent burnout and to tap into their deep well of compassion, integrity, and care to develop practices that cultivate longevity and joy in their careers.

Learn more about Carly and Hands at Heart Coaching, LLC, at or on her Facebook page.