Exclusively for Professional Access Pass members Impostor syndrome is more than a self-help topic to boost self-esteem in the workplace. It is a systems problem that is rooted in
Exclusively for Professional Access Pass members
Impostor syndrome is more than a self-help topic to boost self-esteem in the workplace. It is a systems problem that is rooted in individuals, policies, and organizational culture. In this workshop, we will address this popular issue holistically to understand how individuals and organizations can reduce these counterproductive feelings and create healthier workspaces.
The webinar is presented by:
Jeanne Holmes, Ph.D., Director of Employment Risk & Adjunct Faculty at the Fuqua School of Business
Duke University – Fuqua School of Business
Jeanne Holmes, Ph.D. is a consultant and university professor with more than 20 years of experience in industries ranging from finance and insurance to manufacturing and healthcare.
Dr. Holmes’ career integrates HR consulting with academic research and teaching. As the Director of the Employment Risk Consulting Group at RiskVersity, she helps organizations solve challenges within the realm of employment practices and HR. She is also an adjunct professor of Human Resource Management at North Carolina Central University and within the MBA program at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.
Before her academic career and joining RiskVersity, Jeanne was a corporate HR professional in the finance, insurance, and manufacturing industries. Her career began as a specialist in Staffing and Workforce Planning but quickly transition to Employee Relations. Jeanne spent most of her corporate career focusing on Mergers & Acquisition transitions, investigations, and change management issues. She also spent time as a Research Fellow for the U.S. Department of Defense within the Ft. Jackson element (Ft. Jackson, SC). During here time with the DoD, she helped update the Army’s drill sergeant training process. In addition, she reviewed the suicide-prevention and sexual assault prevention programs. Dr. Holmes’ academic career and research has focused on human resource management and the role of identity in the workplace. Her most recent academic publications explored the experiences of veterans with disabilities in the workplace as well as the impact of corporate boards on firm adoption of inclusive practices.
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(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ET