How Neuroscience Can Make You More Confident

Suparna malhotraCoaching, Confidence, Imposter Syndrome, Leadership, Psychology, Success, Women In Leadership0 Comments

On 8 March, at the workshop I delivered about the Imposter Syndrome one of the participants asked the question, why is it that many capable women feel a lack of confidence, and men seem to stroll through, sometimes without the necessary capabilities. The conversation went on to discuss how we are neuroscientifically wired differently. My fascination with this topic has … Read More

The World’s Biggest Imposter

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I’m the worlds biggest imposter.  I’ve just written an article about this. Ever since all around me are other articles and workshops about the imposter syndrome. I no longer feel that I too had some instances where I have felt that any success achieved by me is merely down to luck, and that any minute now I will be found … Read More

Women, Confidence and Leadership

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Boy, I’ve had an inspiration overload of late. They do say, surround yourself with people who inspire you, and I certainly did. At two separate occasions, I had the utmost pleasure of hearing a couple of phenomenal women speak. First, it was the dynamic powerhouse that is Jenny Scott, only the closest advisor to Mark Carney, the governor of the … Read More

3 Things You Need To know About Rising To The Top

Suparna malhotraCareer Planning, Coaching, Confidence, Goals, Leadership, Motivation, Success, Uncategorised0 Comments

If getting ahead and climbing to the top in your careers is important to you then please do read this. In all my years of working I have found 3 indispensable strategies to forge the way to the top. These may be obvious to me, however, they are quite often not apparent to many. There are many other things that … Read More

Emotions and Negotiation

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Of late in my life I have had a situation where I had a challenge dealing with stakeholders in my business. Realising that my preface may have been one based on an assumption the other party means to disrupt or perhaps comes from malice, rather than my best interest at heart was interesting. This made me more conscious of the … Read More

Be Tuff To Be Kind

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Here I am, fresh out of the last installment of this part of the Tuff Leadership training program. It was packed full of learning, at times confronting, and definitely moved me (us all) out of our comfort zone. Looking through my notes this morning and I spotted a quote I had highlighted saying, ‘Be Tuff to be Kind’. If I … Read More