Clare Josa speaks internationally on her core theme - how to change the world by changing yourself. She believes that making a bigger difference in the world isn't so much about what you do, as about who you allow yourself to become.
And one of the last-remaining blocks, after you've cracked the mindset and attitude stuff and are on your way to success, is Imposter Syndrome.
The fear of being found out - feeling like a fraud or who am I, to do that? - causes outwardly successful people to self-sabotage, often without realising it. This costs businesses billions a year in risks not taken, opportunities missed, projects not completed, productivity losses, reduced team performance and - ultimately - stress and anxiety-related mental health issues.
It's also the single biggest reason, according to Clare's research study, why start up businesses that had a high-potential business plan still fail.
But we have been sold a myth that Imposter Syndrome is something you have to 'put up with' and 'push on through' with an extra dose of positive thinking. Actually, both of those strategies can make it worse.
Clare Josa's past fifteen years of mentoring business leaders and running leadership training has proved to her (and her clients) that you can ditch Imposter Syndrome, without having to white-wash or pretend.
Equally happy on stage as she is on radio interviews, podcasts, webinars and live streams, Clare's largest live audience was over one million on BBC Radio 4.
If you want to book her to speak or run training on Imposter Syndrome, here are some ideas for topics she loves to share:
Clare Josa is the author of Dare to Dream Bigger and Ditching Imposter Syndrome. You can find out more about her and her work here.
If you want to book Clare to speak, please contact her team with details: