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Coaching in Context Webinar

Hosted by EBC Program Director – Carrie Arnold, , PhD, MCC

Wednesday, August 17, 2022

11:00 am – Noon pm PDT / Noon -1:00 pm MDT / 1:00 – 2:00 pm CDT / 2:00 -3:00 pm EDT 

Impostor Syndrome strikes 70% of us at one point or another.  Even the most seemingly successful and talented among us report feelings of inadequacy.  Learn the neuropsychology and cognitive behavioral reasons why so many of us experience this syndrome as well as methods to help regain confidence.

“So I have to admit that today even 12 years after graduation (from Harvard) I’m still insecure about my own worthiness.  I had to remind myself today – You are here for a reason.” – Natalie Portman, Harvard Commencement 2015

Please note: This is an opportunity to experience Fielding’s professional coaching community. If you have program-specific questions, please attend one of our EBC Info Sessions. For a full listing of info session offerings for all programs, please visit our event calendar

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About the Presenter

Dr. Carmen Bolanos

Dr. Bolanos’ background includes over 20 years experience in personal and leadership development, support of academics, executives, and entrepreneurs. Her passion is helping others to realize their full potential as integrated human beings, able to blend their personal and career lives seamlessly while prioritizing those areas that are most important to their values. With a fierce determination to see people as their highest selves, Carmen’s clients learn that she will work with them, consistently encouraging, as they work towards their personal visions. Carmen resides in Austin and is a proud mother to three adult daughters.

Dr. Bolanos’ background includes over 20 years experience in personal and leadership development, support of academics, executives, and entrepreneurs. Her passion is helping others to realize their full potential as integrated human beings, able to blend their personal and career lives seamlessly while prioritizing those areas that are most important to their values. With a fierce determination to see people as their highest selves, Carmen’s clients learn that she will work with them, consistently encouraging, as they work towards their personal visions. Carmen resides in Austin and is a proud mother to three adult daughters.

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