Does this sound familiar? Feeling unqualified for the position you currently hold, skeptical of your worth, and questioning if your education and experience are enough. This causing you added anxiety and stress, negatively impacting your confidence, and a nagging need to ‘do more.’ If this rings a bell, you may be experiencing imposter syndrome. Although common in nature, there are aspects of imposter syndrome that disproportionately affect women. This can have a lasting impact on their careers, mental health, and confidence in overcoming challenges in the workplace.
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Meet Harry Sharma, the Canada-India Acceleration Program director. He dives into our program and how we help boost international business for Canadian ventures.
Meet Raj Narula, the CEO + Founder of InCA Synergies. Raj has a lot of knowledge and experience working with the Indian and Canadian markets, here he goes into some of the benefits of entering India as a Canadian business.
Meet Brettany Shannon, our Marketing + Communications Coordinator. Brettany discusses why having more women in leadership positions is imperative to furthering innovation, industries and overall company happiness.
Meet Sarah Abood, CEO + Co-Founder of Thawrih. Sarah was a participant in our inaugural year; listen to some of the valuable things she learned from our program and how it helped her business.