Have you felt uncomfortable receiving praise because you aren't sure if you deserve it? Do you have a background that is very different from your peers? Don't miss this month's London Tech Ladies where we're joined by Ina Yulo, who'll be helping us tackle impostor syndrome. Check it out!
Have you felt uncomfortable receiving praise because you aren't sure if you deserve it?
Do you have a background that is very different from your peers?
Do you sometimes feel like what you see in the mirror is a completely different person from what others see?
Are you moving into a different industry and unsure of how you'll cope?
We're in such an exciting time where there are so many women who are holding top leadership positions, disrupting various industries, and are truly inspiring the next generation. In the midst of the accolades, the promotions, and the praises from peers, the feeling that you are a fraud, or more commonly known as "impostor syndrome", was born.
Join this interactive workshop led by Ina Yulo, a former advertising professional who pivoted her career and is now on the Women in FinTech Power List. You will take part in fun and insightful exercises that will allow you to see yourself in a new light and overcome your self perception insecurities. You will leave with the ability to take a step back and see yourself in a more positive light, gain more confidence from the new traits you discover about yourself, and learn practical tips that you can use in your daily life.
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Born and raised in the Philippines, Ina bought a one-way ticket to London without a job or flat and crossed her fingers for the best. She is now the global manager for BrightTALK's FinTech and Financial Services community which she launched herself and now has over 300,000 subscribers. She leads a team of content managers and is responsible for content strategy, speaker outreach, partner relations, audience growth, and engagement. Ina started her career in advertising and PR. Despite not having a technology or Financial Services background, has been on the Women in FinTech Power List for two years running and is a mentor for a number of start-up accelerators and the European Women in Payments Network. She has gone down the road of questioning her position in an industry that she is seemingly not a fit for on paper, and has come back out the other side with key learnings that will help others in their professional and personal lives.