BIMA Young Talent Council Roundtable | Imposter Syndrome

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Unlock your potential and conquer self-doubt in our empowering Roundtable on overcoming Imposter Syndrome.


Imposter Syndrome is the fear of being ‘found out’ as underqualified for or undeserving of our jobs or success. For many young professionals entering the industry there’s the quick realisation of how competitive the landscape is which has resulted in the growing trend of Imposter Syndrome amongst the industry’s newest recruits.

Join us as we speak with Becky Willis, Growth and Partnerships Director at Just After Midnight, Becky has overcome so much in regards to Imposter Syndrome. From returning to work off the back of Mat Leave to being a Senior Sales professional in a very male-dominated industry. She will detail her journey of overcoming Imposter Syndrome through nurturing her self-worth and using self-promotion to her strength.

In this roundtable we will be exploring…

  • What Imposter Syndrome is
  • How it affects you
  • How to overcome it
  • How the employers can help address it


Becky Willis, Growth and Partnerships Director, Just After Midnight

Having spent 15 years in the tech scene, Becky has managed to flourish in an exciting career, but not without its challenges – from self-doubt, to being made redundant whilst pregnant at 26, there’s a lot she wants to share with the younger generations in their career journey. At 34 years old, she now drives the growth strategy and delivery of a global business, is a mother to two young children, leads and performs in a funk band and still has time to prop up the bar at many a BIMA social.

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Thu, 29 Feb 2024
10:00 - 11:00


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