Overcoming Imposter Syndrome and Building Creative Confidence

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Imposter Syndrome can be a detriment to our career, successes, and relationships. This event will examine what makes us overthink and second guess ourselves, how we can overcome it, and how can we build creative confidence.

This two hour event includes two talks and a short workshop.

--Our Speakers--

Rob Young
Rob is a product designer with almost two decades of experience. In 2013, he founded O/M (www.omstudio.co), a product design studio in San Francisco. The studio has partnered with Google, Facebook, Stripe, Nextdoor, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, and many others to create new products and improve existing ones. Prior to founding O/M, Rob led design initiatives at Google and Apple.

Joseph O'Donnell
Joseph leads design for SoFi’s consumer lending businesses. He previously led product design and innovation at Student Loan Hero and has held design roles in several startups and a large scale e-commerce company. His transition to product design came after serving in the Air Force. Since 2015, Joe has taught product design to nearly 800 students, career-changers, and professional designers.

--Our Partner--

At Envoy, we're challenging the status quo of the workplace experience. From people to packages, Envoy helps you handle everything that comes through your company’s front door. But we’re not stopping with the lobby, and we hope you won’t either.

We believe you should demand more from the tools you use all around the office. That’s why we’re building a world where technology is seamlessly woven throughout the workplace—where smart tools lessen your workload and brighten your day.

--About Us--

Global UXD is an interdisciplinary community that strives to enhance the value and deepen the impact of design thinking and creative exploration. We encourage lateral thinking, creativity, and human-centered design as a driver for enriching the human experience and contributing towards global innovation.