The Confidence People come to your company and deliver a talk on a vital business issue
- Each talk plus Q&A lasts one hour
- Can be run as breakfast, lunch or evening session.
- Cost per talk – £1000
- Attendees – unlimited
Talks currently on offer
We look at the characteristics of Imposter Syndrome (it typically affects high achievers), how to spot it and steps to overcome it.
A phenomenon which applies equally to men and women, imposter syndrome can result in risk avoidance, missed opportunities and talent wasted.
Gender Differences and Confidence
This talk focuses on perceived differences between the sexes, gender straitjackets and changing stereotypes. What does confidence mean – and why does it elude so many of us?
Our clients include
Royal Mail, the Ministry of Defence, financial institutions and leading law firms.
‘Informative and useful to recognise the symptoms of imposter syndrome. Also good for colleagues to know they are not alone in this feeling.’ Morgan Stanley
‘Superb. The content was spot-on and very insightful, and generated a lot of thought-provoking discussion.’ Ministry of Defence
‘A fantastic talk, full of useful tips and interesting observations. It provoked such intriguing questions and lively debate.’ London Women’s Forum
‘Lea and Ros were great speakers and highlighted some really interesting points.’ Mitie
About the presenters
Rosalind Adler is an experienced trainer specialising in communications skills. Her training work is informed by her parallel careers as actress and writer. She has an MA in Modern Languages from Cambridge University and a Postgraduate Diploma in Voice Studies from the Central School of Speech and Drama.
Lea Sellers is a media trainer and communications consultant. Drawing on her experience as a producer on programmes such as Question Time, Newsnight and Channel 4 News, her media training focuses on explaining how the media works and honing communication skills so that clients can face the press, radio or television with confidence.