Cracking your Imposter Code – How to hack imposter syndrome and make it work for you

Have you ever felt like you just don’t belong? Or that you’re faking it and you will be found out as a fraud and then asked to leave your role?

Congratulations…you may be experiencing Impostor Syndrome! Up to 80% of successful professionals all over the world have admitted to having experienced it during their lifetime…and some live with it every day. During this engaging BACN talk, Paul will introduce you to:

  • The Impostor Phenomenon and why it’s one of the leading causes of disengagement in organizations…and life
  • How to identify your top Saboteur voices and the role they play in giving voice to your Impostor
  • Best practice tips to thrive with Impostor Syndrome and make it work for you…not against you


About your facilitator Paul Larsen:

From flipping hamburgers on Main Street to leading HR for Wall Street, Paul has continually reinvented his distinctive voice as a leader to realize his potential and thrive within the frenzy of our beautiful world.

As a former global CHRO and CLO, (and an Impostor Syndrome survivor!), he has learned to celebrate his wins and losses while successfully coaching hundreds of leaders and teams to find their unique voice of confidence so that they share their influence and inspiration with others.

Paul’s practical leadership and business coaching experiences led him to author the award-winning book, “Find Your VOICE as a Leader”TM (2016, Aviva Publishing). His inspiring client portfolio includes partnering with the talented global teams and leaders at Twitter, Microsoft, Electronic Arts, SAP, Salesforce and Cisco along with many start-up entrepreneurs looking to make a difference in our world.

A certified Marshall Goldsmith Executive Coach, a contributing author with Forbes Coaches Council, and now the Founder of the Find Your V.O.I.C.E. as a LeaderTM Institute, Paul is excited to take you on a transformative journey to find and use your distinctive voice of strength to always tap into your best self.


8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Friday, September 24, 2021