From being a HR professional working in the corporate world for over 20 years and now supporting small businesses, I know some of the common pitfalls that organisations can face.
It feels like there are never enough hours in the day, you and your managers are already stretched to the max and whilst you care about your people, you don’t have the time, the resources or sometimes the internal skills to attract, manage, motivate and retain the right people consistently. There can be many blindspots.
So, how is Imposter Syndrome affecting your business?:
As it shakes and breaks the confidence of individuals, the power of your teams is depleted
Creativity and innovation are threatened as it steals the voice of your ideas people
Recruiting the wrong candidate for a new role, which also has an impact on recruitment and training costs as well as business performance
People being promoted into positions without the correct support
Clash of personalities and conflict between managers and team members
Team members having too much workload but not having the systems and processes in place to work smarter
Managers not having the time or skills to deal with employees who have been performing highly but have shown signs of stress or low confidence and it could be affecting their performance (performance management and disciplinary action are not the solution)
So how can I help your business? My passion is to working with heart centred businesses and managers through delivering the following services:
DISC psychometric personality profiling to help you understand your recruitment candidates and employees personality type
Coaching for newly promoted managers to empower them to meet the demands of their new role
Coaching for employees who are experiencing difficult times at work so they can find a path through rather than be blocked by obstacles both perceived and real
Delivering workshops or attending your conferences to talk on various topics around Imposter Syndrome and how it affects the workplace and how to support people through this