Managing Imposter Syndrome in Nonprofit Culture by a SurvivorDo you ever wonder who thought you were qualified to do the job you're in? You might be experiencing Imposter Syndrome. In this workshop, we'll discuss the origins of this common feeling, how it can uniquely manifest in nonprofit culture and the ways it can be turned on its head to create effective leaders. Participants will walk away with definitional understanding of Imposter Syndrome and concrete strategies for banishing thoughts that make you question your own qualifications. Speaker Natasha Watley is a two-time Olympic softball player who has made the transition to "life after gold" and now runs her own foundation providing softball to girls in underserved areas of Los Angeles.
Managing Imposter Syndrome in Nonprofit Culture by a Survivor
Wednesday, February 12, 2020
6:00 - 6:30 pm - Networking
6:30 - 8:00 pm - Workshop
Burbank (RSVP for address)
Mariah Adedeji donated 2019-05-28 12:05:11 -0700
Do you hear the word “influencer” and think of a million dollar campaign? Not anymore! You already have micro-influencers in your online community just waiting to get more involved with your organization!
This workshop will breakdown the proven steps and resources needed to grow your social channels with engaged followers ready to get become volunteers, donors, and customers. Follow these steps and you’ll see immediate growth!
After the session, you'll be able to:
- Identify influencers in your own online communities
- Create the right ask and marketing messages to approach them
- Set up and monitor the metrics of the campaign to properly track success
About the instructor: Dana Bakich is the CEO and Founder of Positive Equation, a social media consultancy focused on helping nonprofits and purpose-driven businesses amplify their stories through their digital and social channels. She believes social media has the power to inspire change. Dana’s produced digital campaigns with American Idol, Movember, Dress for Success, USTA, Hashtag Lunchbag, Unseen and others. Although based in Los Angeles, Dana loves being at 30,000 feet heading somewhere new. Be sure to say hi if you see her across the aisle! https://positiveequation.com/