Overcoming Imposter Syndrome - A workshop for neurodiverse teachers

Professional development (PD) New Zealand (nationwide)

Posted: 09 July 2024
Notice reference #: 1HAhM7

Navigating being a neurodiverse teacher in a neurotypical world, provides a lot of unique challenges to us as professionals. Our workshops are designed to help you connect with others, develop new strategies and empower you to rediscover your passion for teaching.

Unlock your true potential at our workshop for neurodiverse teachers, designed to help you conquer imposter syndrome and embrace your unique strengths. Join us for a transformative experience, fostering confidence, growth, and renewed passion for teaching.

  • Enhanced Self-Confidence: Overcoming imposter syndrome can significantly boost your self-esteem, allowing you to recognize and appreciate your unique skills and contributions as a neurodiverse teacher.
  • Improved Mental Well-being: Acknowledging and addressing imposter syndrome can reduce stress and anxiety, leading to better mental health and overall well-being.
  • Greater Professional Satisfaction: Conquering imposter syndrome helps you focus on your achievements and strengths, increasing your job satisfaction and motivation.
  • Stronger Connections with Colleagues and Students: By being open about your experiences, you can build more authentic and supportive relationships with colleagues and students, fostering a more inclusive and empathetic environment.
  • Empowerment and Growth: Addressing imposter syndrome empowers you to take on new challenges and opportunities, promoting personal and professional growth, and enabling you to reach your full potential as an educator.

NOTE: Our workshops are strictly limited to just 8 participants to maximise their benefit to you. If you miss out this time, please email us to go on a waitlist and we will run more in the future to meet demand.


Events summary

New Zealand (nationwide)

27 August 2024 – 27 August 2024