LEADERSHIP | Rethinking Imposter Syndrome & Creating a Culture of Belonging

For too long, the narrative of imposter syndrome has persisted in the workplace. But why does so-called imposter syndrome impact women’s career progression specifically? Learn why the current messaging around this topic is flawed from Ruchika Tulshyan, co-author of “Stop Telling Women They Have Imposter Syndrome,” named among the top 20 most impactful and popular articles in Harvard Business Review‘s history. Find out how leaders can create environments where imposter syndrome doesn’t stall careers and develop work cultures where everyone feels they belong.

Speaker:  Ruchika Tulshyan, Author, Inclusion on Purpose, and Co-Author, “Stop Telling Women They Have Imposter Syndrome” (Harvard Business Review)

Host:  Niharika Khaitan, VP, Corporate Controller, Juniper Networks

Executive Spotlight:  Perika Sampson, Global Head, Inclusion & Diversity, Gilead Sciences