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Difficult Conversations: The Rise of Executive Imposter Syndrome
‘Imposter syndrome’ spans sectors and roles and those who suffer from this imposter syndrome experience a chronic sense of inadequacy or self-doubt that persists despite evident success. While imposter syndrome is a phenomenon which is experienced by both by women and men it has been argued that women of colour suffer more from this.

In this conversational roundtable with celebrity psychiatrist Dr Raj Persuard, Nadine Pemberton and Jahanara Rajkoomar, Connex BAME Leadership Network will look at the syndrome, our personal experiences with the condition and ways to relieve and dismantle this harmful, common and often painful distortion.

Jun 4, 2021 02:00 PM in London

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Dr Raj Persaud FRCPsych
Consultant Psychiatrist
Nadine Pemberton
Interim Director of Legal @Gambling Commission
Jahanara Rajkoomar
Director of Community Investment @Metropolitan Thames Valley
Jahanara has an excellent track record of delivering strategic and innovative social solutions that positively benefit the business and its customers. Making a difference to socially disadvantaged or excluded people is her primary motivator and has defined her career to date. She has over 20 years’ experience in social welfare work having and she moved to housing after the 2008 financial crash using her experience and knowledge to influence how housing can play a role in enabling customers to be better tenants and take control of their lives. Jahanara is a commercially aware leader able to lead teams/programmes, and develop creative responses to organisational challenges that are effective and deliver ROI. This is evidenced by key pieces of research and innovative service pilots that have influenced other HAS to adopt similar approaches. She is keen to make a difference to the organisation she works for and play an influencing role in how HAs proactively deliver their social purpose