Our guests today are mother-daughter dynamic duo Anne Dranitsaris and Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard, who are trainers, speakers, authors, and experts in human development, behavioral change, leadership, interpersonal dynamics, and the achievement of potential. Anne and Heather have been working together for the past 25 years and have spoken at professional conferences, written several series of books on personality types, and created brain-based content.
Today’s episode is all about dismantling dysfunction and managing fear, how to work with different types of people, and how to leverage neuroscience, personality, and systems thinking to achieve potential. Here’s what we’ll be discussing:
• What is the imposter syndrome, and why do we experience it?
• What can we do to make peace with it?
• How can we prevent it from sabotaging our success?
• What other tips can people grab on to that will help them through the fear?
• How to overcome the imposter syndrome in your business
• How many times do we put a lid on the things that make us different?
Join us as we explore these topics and more. We’ll be digging deep and getting to the bottom of why we experience imposter syndrome and how we can make peace with it. We’ll also be discussing tips and strategies to help us prevent it from sabotaging our success, and how to embrace our differences, so don’t miss out!
Anne and Heather, a mother-daughter team, are organizational and leadership development experts at Caliber Leadership Systems, a boutique consulting firm specializing in dismantling dysfunction in organizations. They are dedicated to empowering individuals, leaders, and organizations to achieve their potential by leveraging their expertise in the neurobiology of human development combined with system thinking approach.
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