Your Strength Training

Many women, especially successful women in society, are plagued by the imposter syndrome; the fear of being found out. They believe that they are laxcompared to others. They “blame” their success on external factors instead of their own capabilities. These thoughts have a paralysing effect and stand in the way of success and happiness. This often proves to be a hurdle when faced with new challenges. Rationally, they know they are capable, but insecurity pops up at important moments nevertheless. They then flee the challenge, or set their personal standards extremely high and work as an incredible perfectionist. During this session you will learn to be in control of your own brain, to cope with these imposter thoughts and enhance your confidence.

Learning objectives:

  • What situations make me my most insecure?
  • What causes it?
  • How can I make myself handle it better, how do I learn to trust myself?
  • How do I deal with stress?
  • 10 tips to enhance your confidence
  • 10 tips to become more stress resistant

Max. 20 participants

Duration: 3 hours

Learning materials are included.

Personal 1-on-1 coaching

It is also possible to have a tailor-made one-on-one coaching session. You decide on the topics and content of this session together with the trainer. The coaching session is set a convenient date and time for both you and the trainer.

Duration: a minimum of 3 hours

Vreneli Stadelmaier
Vreneli StadelmaierYour Strenght Trainer
Business management, registercoach and entrepreneur. At the end of 2007 Vreneli founded SheConsult where she trains and coaches highly educated women. She was also a guest hostess at BNR News radio for years. Initiator of the online job board SheTalentbank, the online news site SheNews and and author of the bestseller “F*ck that insecurity” about women’s selfdoubt and how it gets in the way of their career. She is a speaker in high demand and frequently appears in the media. Winner of the prestigious Joke Smit-prize of 2015.

Worked for (amongst others): SAP, several governments, CapGemini, Lloyds Ladies, Legal Women, De Nederlandsche bank, RUG, Schiphol Group, EY, Accor Hotels.

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