Sustainably Human at Work

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Summary

Psychologist, author, and consultant Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin shares her insight about how and why imposter syndrome shows up and most importantly, what to do about it.

Show Notes

Psychologist, author, and consultant Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin shares her insight about how and why imposter syndrome shows up and most importantly, what to do about it.

Dr. Orbé-Austin is a licensed psychologist and executive coach with a focus on career advancement and leadership development. She is a co-founder and partner of Dynamic Transitions Psychological Consulting, a career and executive coaching consultancy where she works mostly with high-potential managers and executives. She earned her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Columbia University. She recently gave a TEDx Talk entitled The Imposter Syndrome Paradox, and her book, Own Your Greatness: Overcome Impostor Syndrome, Beat Self-Doubt, and Succeed In Life, co-authored with her partner Richard Orbé-Austin, was released in April 2020.

For full show notes visit: 4needs.work/podcast/episode-16

What is Sustainably Human at Work?

Becoming sustainably human at work isn't a small undertaking. It often means letting go of systems and behaviors that don't serve us individually or collectively.

So what do we do? As individuals, as groups of folks, as leaders? How do we carve out space for our humanity while making sure we're not the only ones? How do we thrive in the workplace while not imagining we must be superhuman? How do we cultivate spaces that are generative and healing, creative and extraordinary?

I don't have the answers to those questions. And, to be fair, I don't believe one human can EVER have all the answers to those questions. I'm working through those questions every day.

This podcast curates for you a set of folks with an opinion worth listening to and sharing. So join me as I ask people I admire to share their wisdom with you in accessible doses.

Join me on my quest to become sustainably human at work.