In the spirit of celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD), Oxford Metro Bank will be hosting an Imposter Syndrome seminar organised by Oxfordshire Women’s Forum.
The seminar will focus on imposter syndrome – experienced by more than 75% in the workplace – understanding the different ways that it can manifest itself in everyday life and sharing tools to combat it.
The event will take place on Tuesday 15 March at 6.00pm in Metro Bank’s Queen Street store.
The guest speaker is Natalie Davis, founder of The Wellbeing Generation.
Oxfordshire Women’s Forum is a well-established networking group for all women living and/or working in Oxfordshire. It offers dynamic networking opportunities through an annual series of social and learning events.
“As a community bank, we’re happy to be hosting an event aimed at empowering women,” said Emily Romans, Oxford Metro Bank’s local business manager.
“This seminar will help women just like me to be able to identify and understand imposter syndrome and how to tackle it both in the workplace and our day-to-day lives.”
The Imposter Syndrome Seminar costs £15 per person and includes beverages and food and a tour of Metro Bank, Oxford. Click here to book a seat.
Metro Bank’s Oxford store is located on Queen Street in the city centre and is currently open from 8.30am to 6.00pm on Monday to Saturday and from 11.00am to 5.00pm on Sunday.
With a network of 79 stores, open seven days a week, 362 days a year, Metro Bank services 2.5 million customer accounts and is celebrated for its exceptional customer experience.
The bank hosts a range of seasonal events, charity fundraisers and networking sessions for local residents and businesses throughout the year.