RGD Webinar: Managing Imposter Syndrome
Date: Thursday, April 9th at 12pm EST
Even the most successful creatives a little secret we all share - from time to time we feel like frauds. It's called design imposter syndrome and it is a psychological phenomenon where you have a belief that you’re inadequate despite evidence to the contrary. In this webinar, we will discuss at why Imposter Syndrome is something we all have, the 5 different types of imposter syndromes, and what we have all done to keep it in check.
About Stephen Gates
At InVision, Stephen works as a strategic partner to 100% of the world’s Fortune 100 brands to elevate the business impact of design through education, coaching and thought leadership. He previously worked at McCann Erickson, Citi and Starwood Hotels building teams that created award-winning global advertising campaigns, multiple Fortune 100 brands, and innovative digital experiences. His app design has been named as one of the World's 100 Greatest Apps, HOW Magazine named him #17 on the 100 of the most talented and influential creatives working today, Apple has featured his work in 10 keynotes and more. His The Crazy One podcast explored issues including leadership, creativity, career development, innovation and more. Over his career, Brian and his team at COLLINS have won every major creative award. Their work has been featured in The New York Times, Businessweek, Creativity, Fortune, NBC News, ABC News and Fast Company, which named Brian an American Master of Design. Their clients include Target, Mailchimp, Nike, Coca-Cola, Spotify, Dropbox and the Exploratorium Museum. Under his leadership, COLLINS was added to Working Not Working’s annual list of Companies Creatives Would Kill To Work For Full-Time. They were also named the first Design Agency of the Year in 2019.
RGD Members*: FREE
Non-Members: One webinar - $35; Package of 3 - $90
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