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Upgrade Masterclass: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Time: 1.00pm - 2.00pm
Venue: Online
Price: free

Upgrade Masterclass: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Don't miss our upcoming event 'Overcoming Imposter Syndrome' where you'll learn to conquer those persistent feelings of self-doubt and fraud.

Our Upgrade Masterclass will be led by Kingston University Graduate Career Coach and business alumna Aysel Gagov, joined by Kingston University honorary graduate Edwina Dunn OBE, a data science pioneer and founder of The Female Lead, and Kingston alumnus Emmillio Inyang, a life coach and motivational speaker with over 15 years of experience in mentorship.

Imposter syndrome is a psychological phenomenon where individuals doubt their skills, talents or accomplishments and have a persistent fear of being exposed as a fraud or imposter, despite evidence of success. Imposter syndrome can lead to anxiety, low self-confidence and self-sabotaging behaviours, affecting both personal and professional life.

Our panel guests will share strategies to reframe negative thought patterns, build self-confidence, and celebrate your worth. Overcome that inner critic and learn to own your achievements. Uplift your mindset and break free from the imposter cycle!

Meet the panel

Edwina Dunn
(Kingston Honorary Graduate) is one of the most successful leaders in the data industry, with a career of delivering transformational business change. Dunnhumby revolutionised the world of retail and consumer goods when they pioneered Tesco Clubcard and other global loyalty programmes. Edwina is former Chair at Starcount where she helped forge a new era of consumer insight and technology. She is also former Chair at the CDEI (Centre for Data Ethics & Innovation) and a former Board member of the Geospatial Commission.

Edwina is Founder & Chair of The Female Lead, an educational foundation celebrating the achievements and diversity of women who shape our world; using data to understand the challenges women face, working with business and government to help create new models and policies for the workplace, all driven by a social platform with 6 million followers. In 2018 Edwina received an honorary doctorate from Kingston University, in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the marketing industry, to gender equality and women's involvement in STEM. In 2019 Edwina received an OBE for her services to data and business in the UK.

Aysel Gagov (BSc Business Management 2021, MSc Global Human Resource Management 2022) is a Kingston University Graduate Career Coach at the Careers Service and passionate about personal and professional development and being part of others' success stories. In her role as a Graduate Career Coach she hopes to influence, inspire and help develop a community that supports Kingston graduates to achieve their full potential regardless of their background and the obstacles they face.

Emmillio Inyang (BA Business Management 2009) is a Life Coach, Motivational Speaker and Author of Why Aren't You Successful?…Yet. He created the VGVR Framework (Vision, Goals, Values & Rituals) and helps individuals and organisations see success as subjective and align their personal and professional lifestyles to make it happen. Emmillio has worked with organisations including Go Henry, AndDigital, Dare 2 B and The Music Publishers' Association (MPA).

Emmillio boasts 15+ years of experience in mentorship, whilst experiencing a varied story to discover his purpose. From working with Ashley ‘Asher D' Walters and Alicai Harley, writing and directing two films screened in the East End Film Festival, to fundraising £25K on behalf of many leading UK charities. His journey has included pit stops in business ownership, e-commerce, music, events management, influencer marketing, IT, market research and digital marketing.

Booking is essential to attend this event.

For further information about this event:

Contact: Kingston Alumni Team