Psychologist, author, and consultant Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin shares her insight about how and why imposter syndrome shows up and most importantly, what to do about it.Dr. Orbé-Austin is a licensed psychologist and executive coach with a focus on career advancement and leadership development. She is a co-founder and partner of Dynamic Transitions Psychological Consulting, a career and executive coaching consultancy where she works mostly with high-potential managers and executives. She earned her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Columbia University. She recently gave a TEDx Talk entitled The Imposter Syndrome Paradox, and her book, Own Your Greatness: Overcome Impostor Syndrome, Beat Self-Doubt, and Succeed In Life, co-authored with her partner Richard Orbé-Austin, was released in April 2020. For full show notes visit: 4needs.work/podcast/episode-16
Ep 015 – Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin (TPD Developing High Performers Series)
The Path Distilled Podcast
Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin, Co-Author of “Own Your Greatness: Overcome Impostor Syndrome,” Psychologist, Executive Coach, Speaker, and AuthorDo you own your accomplishments or worry you will be exposed as an impostor? In this episode, Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin speaks with us about her own experiences with impostor syndrome, the factors that make impostor syndrome more likely, how common it is, and how finding your own voice will be messy. You will also want to listen to hear her advice on how to move toward owning your greatness as well as check out her TEDx talk and book. Learn more about Dr. Orbé-Austin: Website, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Book, TEDx Talk
How to Get Beyond Imposter Syndrome and Other Mindset Blocks w/ Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin
Her Life By Design
Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin is a licensed psychologist and executive coach. She's also the co-founder of Dynamic Transitions Psychological Consulting, where she works with high potential managers and executives. In doing this work over the years, she’s become extremely interested in the concept of imposter syndrome and began to see patterns in the high performers that she was working with. She is also the co-author of Own Your Greatness: Overcome Imposter Syndrome, Beat Self Doubt and Succeed in Life, which is available now. Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin joins Her Life By Design to help you understand what exactly imposter syndrome is, why we as women experience it so much, how to get to the root cause of it, and how to push beyond it. We also talk about fear of failure, fear of judgment, and fear of perfectionism. [3:20] Who is Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin? [5:35] What is imposter syndrome? [6:42] Ways people can self sabotage [7:30] Who does imposter syndrome effect? [8:42] How/why does imposter syndrome happen? [11:11] How women experience imposter syndrome more than men [12:33] How to beat imposter syndrome [14:59] Facing our inner mean girl [16:48] Facing your fears in business [22:50] Dealing with judgement from others [25:20] Comparison, jealousy, and envy online Connect with Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drorbeaustin The "Own Your Greatness" Course and Book: https://www.dynamictransitionsllp.com/imposter-syndrome/own-your-greatness-overcoming-imposter-syndrome/ To connect with me, Christina Galbato: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/christinagalbato Website: http://www.christinagalbato.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/christinagalbato Join the Her Life By Design Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herlifebydesignpodcast/
257 CBJ- The 5 Keys to Overcoming Imposter Syndrome with Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin
Careers by Jenn Podcast: Get the Job, Love Your Work, Advance Your Career
Join Jenn in her conversation with Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin, licensed psychologist, executive coach, author and organizational consultant. Dr. Lisa shares her research-based advice in how to recognize and overcome Imposter Syndrome.
Interview with Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin: counseling psychologist, executive coach, and co-author of the new book Own Your Greatness: Overcome Impostor Syndrome, Beat Self-Doubt, and Succeed in Life
Mentioned in this episode Own Your Greatness: Overcome Impostor Syndrome, Beat Self-Doubt, and Succeed in Life (April 28, 2020) by Lisa Orbé-Austin PhD (Author), Richard Orbé-Austin PhD (Author). https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07ZZHY1Z8/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_Q6ZNEbKBT93EP Contact information and social media links Twitter https://twitter.com/drorbeaustin Instagram https://www.instagram.com/drorbeaustin/ Linkedin linkedin.com/in/lisaorbeaustin Email email@example.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/dtpcllp https://www.dynamictransitionsllp.com TEDx Talk “The Imposter Syndrome Paradox” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2zbcZBI0Do Education BA in English from Boston College, MS in Counseling Psychology from Boston College. MPhil and PhD in Counseling Psychology from Columbia University. Private Practice Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin and her husband/business partner, Dr. Richard Orbé-Austin own a counseling practice called Dynamic Transitions, LLP in New York City. They offer a range of counseling services, including individual career counseling, group career coaching, career transition coaching, career testing, graduate school admissions counseling, and more. See website for details. https://www.dynamictransitionsllp.com. Licensure Drs. Lisa and Richard Orbé-Austin are licensed psychologists in the state of New York. Pivoting Dr. Lisa started on a path to become a pediatrician, but she pivoted to an English degree. She recognized a strength in counseling, and a mentor in grad school helped her find a path toward counseling. After falling in love with counseling, she pursued her PhD in Counseling Psychology at Columbia University. Dr. Lisa believes that her struggles opened doorways that she would not have found without experiencing difficult situations. She and her husband talk about her dark times in their Tedx Talk “The Imposter Syndrome Paradox” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2zbcZBI0Do. Interview topics Lisa took jobs that were easy to get instead of being part of a deliberate career path. One job led a bad boss. It was a difficult time. She felt stuck, like she couldn’t leave. She didn’t have another option, and she felt burned out. She quit her job and felt devastated. After finding a part-time job 2 weeks later, she worked toward founding the practice she and her husband share today. The practice has brought her joy and allowed her to help many people. Lisa enjoys learning about different occupations and career fields, ladders to advancement, and people’s stories. Lisa loves supporting entrepreneurs in their big leap. She uses assessments and testing to help them find paths. She also provides executive coaching, group classes, and other services. Goal-setting is important. She invites her clients into a partnership, and she encourages autonomy. Imposter syndrome makes people focus on what they don’t have. As an entrepreneur, you need to think about what you do have. You can’t be perfect. You can still be successful with what you already have. 70% of people have imposter syndrome. We’re embarrassed of it, and we want to hide it. Making sure you are qualified is different from getting further certifications. Your professional life can’t help being an integral part of your identity, but your career shouldn’t be your only identity. If you lose your job/career or need to make a change, you will feel like you’ve lost your entire identity. Change can be difficult to face because changing is hard. You have to let go of one identity and shift into a new perspective of identity. We end up making a hierarchy of our identities - this is the best, 2nd best, 3rd best - instead of an even plane. You need to think about the best fit for you given the context of your life instead of a hierarchy. On a personal note, I struggled with my identity as a pharmacist while I was a stay-at-home Mom or working part-time. I was still a pharmacist, but I didn’t know what to tell people when I went to conferences as a stay-at-home mom. New grads need to think about their opportunities a little differently. Think long-term. The linear, “next-step” doesn’t always make sense. Be flexible. Learn to pivot, shift, and change. Take a step back and look at the opportunities. Mindset is important. Don’t think about what you’re missing. Think about what you have to offer. Coaches can use Own Your Greatness with clients. There is a free toolkit for pre-sales of her book. One of the items is a list of journal prompts. Lisa advocates for better understanding of mental health. She educates on career trajectory and self-awareness. Thank you for listening to episode 15 of The Pharmacist’s Voice Podcast!
033: 'Own Your Greatness: Overcome Impostor Syndrome, Beat Self-Doubt and Succeed In Life' with Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin
The Perpetually Empowered Woman
Today we're talking with Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin a licensed psychologist, executive coach and organizational consultant; partner in a boutique consultancy based in New York City; author of Own Your Greatness: Overcome Impostor Syndrome, Beat Self-Doubt and Succeed in Life www.christinaedmunds.com