Mental Health in the Workplace – Imposter Syndrome

BUSINESS BREAKFAST

THE GREENWAY | WEDNESDAY 10th OCTOBER |7:30AM – 9:00AM

ABOUT
THE EVENT

Have you ever gotten a new job, a pay rise or promotion and felt like you didn’t deserve it? Worried that people will ‘find out you’re not qualified enough’ or ‘not deserving of the praise’?
Yep, us too. Welcome to Imposter Syndrome.
It causes anxiety, wreaks havoc with career progression, and (some might say unsurprisingly) it supposedly affects women disproportionately more than men…. Or does it? Join us for a discussion about how to spot it, what to do about it and the ways in which sufferers can support and encourage each other, building confidence around their achievements.

ABOUT
THE EVENT

Have you ever gotten a new job, a pay rise or promotion and felt like you didn’t deserve it? Worried that people will ‘find out you’re not qualified enough’ or ‘not deserving of the praise’?
Yep, us too. Welcome to Imposter Syndrome.
It causes anxiety, wreaks havoc with career progression, and (some might say unsurprisingly) it supposedly affects women disproportionately more than men…. Or does it? Join us for a discussion about how to spot it, what to do about it and the ways in which sufferers can support and encourage each other, building confidence around their achievements.

WHAT WILL
BE DISCUSSED

Imposter Syndrome or also known as ‘fraud syndrome’ is defined as a concept describing high-achieving individuals who are marked by an inability to internalise their accomplishments and a persistent fear of being exposed as a “fraud”. Join our panellists to hear their own experiences and how they view the phenomenon that is plaguing workplaces across the world.

Our panelists will also be discussing and raising awareness around various mental health issues in support of World Mental Health Day. Providing an opportunity to talk about their work and what more needs to be done to make mental health care a reality for people worldwide.

Join Iconic Offices at The Greenway for a conversation that could change your life.

WHAT WILL
BE DISCUSSED

Imposter Syndrome or also known as ‘fraud syndrome’ is defined as a concept describing high-achieving individuals who are marked by an inability to internalise their accomplishments and a persistent fear of being exposed as a “fraud”. Join our panellists to hear their own experiences and how they view the phenomenon that is plaguing workplaces across the world.

Our panelists will also be discussing and raising awareness around various mental health issues in support of World Mental Health Day. Providing an opportunity to talk about their work and what more needs to be done to make mental health care a reality for people worldwide.

Join Iconic Offices at The Greenway for a conversation that could change your life.

ABOUT THE PANELISTS

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TREASA SPRAGG

The Revolution Project

Revolution Project’s Treasa Spragg has one main mission in life; to make people happier and healthier. Whether that’s through sleep optimisation, moving more or stressing less, Treasa squeezes the info into bite-sized nuggets. She’s never happier than when she’s connecting people and causing conversations as Treasa is a firm believer that we’re all of value with something unique to offer to the world and that we thrive when we feel like we belong and are connected.

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JACK O’CONNOR

Movember Foundation, Country Manager

Moustache aficionado and men’s health advocate, Jack O’Connor is the Irish Country Manager for The Movember Foundation. A TCD graduate with a background in Psychology, love of music and phobia of all things orange.

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DEIRDRE MOLONEY

DCU + Life Coach, Student Support & Development

Deirdre Moloney has 18 years’ experience in administration and student services at two higher education institutions (UCD 2000-2006 and DCU 2007-Present) in a managerial, administrative and advisory capacity. She is currently the Senior Student Support Officer in DCU (Dublin City University) with the remit of managing the Student Advice Centre and accompanying services over three campuses. Deirdre is also a qualified Executive and Life Coach and is currently doing her Masters in Work & Organisational Behaviour.

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ELIZABETH LENIHAN

INDEED PRIME,
EMEA Lead Talent Services

With a background in Operations, HR and IT Recruitment, Elizabeth has worked in the Technology Industry for over 10 years.
Currently managing Talent and Product Strategy for a new SaaS startup platform, Indeed Prime; she is also an experienced Career Mentor providing advice and insights to talent and businesses. She is highly motivational and focused with the ability to bring clarity and direction to anyone looking to consider or review their career path. She holds an MSc in Human Resource Management from Dublin City University, a BBS (Hons) in Human Resource Management from GMIT, Certified Career Coach from PSG and is a Chartered Member of CIPD.

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Stephen Considine

Bipolar Bear Wear, Founder

Stephen Considine is a visual artist born and raised in Arklow, Co. Wicklow and is the founder, and owner of Bipolar Bear Wear, a clothing label ran by a community of artists with one mutual mission; to create mental health awareness. With a BA in Fine Art, and a BSc in Digital Marketing, sometimes ferociously mixed with ADHD and other abbreviations which have led to many depressive episodes; Stephen’s history and passion culminated in to Bipolar Bear Wear. BPB Wear was founded to give back to the services that kept him alive in his depressive states and BPB Wear has raised over €5000 for mental health services in Ireland, at the time of writing.

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LOUIZE CARROLL

A Lust For Life, Chartered Occupational Psychologist

Louize is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist with a special interest in working with adults and young adults who are in creative industries. Qualified with a Master’s Degree in Social and Organisational Psychology from UCD, she has over 10 years of experience working as a mental health professional along with several peer-reviewed publications. A chartered member of the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI), the Division of Work and Organisational Psychologists (DWOP), and the British Psychological Society, Louize focuses on the provision of support for people in a way that is person-centered, solution focused and utilizes coaching techniques with an approach based on acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).

EVENT
DETAILS

The panel discussion will be held at Vandal Café in The Greenway for the second in our Networking Business Breakfast Series. We will have complimentary breakfast from Vandal Coffee Co. at 7.30am and the panel and Q&A will start at 8am sharp.

Date

10th October

Time

7:30am - 9:00am

Location

The Greenway

EVENT
DETAILS

The panel discussion will be held at Vandal Café in The Greenway for the second in our Networking Business Breakfast Series. We will have complimentary breakfast from Vandal Coffee Co. at 7.30am and the panel and Q&A will start at 8am sharp.

Date

10th October

Time

7:30am - 9:00am

Location

The Greenway

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