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The Consequences of Being a “Good Girl”

The Consequences of Being a "Good Girl"

In this episode of the Impostor Syndrome Files, we look at how our “good girl” upbringings lead to challenges in our professional lives. My guest, Pattie Grimm, shares her personal story of experiencing Impostor Syndrome in a male-dominated work environment. She also shares strategies we can use to build our confidence and overcome self-doubt.

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About My Guest

With over 25 years of experience, Pattie is an empowerment expert for organizations, leaders, and women. Her presentations/interviews are empowering, educational, and engaging.

Pattie was a senior leader for several Global Fortune 100 companies. She owns a company focused on empowering women to be the best they can be. She is an author/speaker/ podcast guest/trainer/coach/ women’s advocate.

Pattie was recognized by Executive Women’s Association, Who’s Who in Women’s Leadership. Women of Influence and the State of California. She is the author of Quiet Women Never Changed History – Be Strong, Stand Up and Stand Out – “Let’s Go Kick Some Glass.”

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