Congratulations and next steps
Congratulations on completing your learning in Overcoming Imposter Syndrome: Identify The Patterns Undermining Your Confidence.
We thank you for sharing your stories and perspectives - we’ve certainly learned a lot too! We hope you enjoyed this course and found the content stimulating and relevant to your career development.
This short course is a taster to the USQ Upskill minicourse UMG8021 Overcoming Imposter Syndrome. If this short course has inspired you and you wish to deepen your knowledge and skills, we are now offering our FutureLearn learners a special introductory rate for the full Upskill minicourse at AUD80 for the July intake that commences on the 20 July 2020 (AEST). Complete the Expression of Interest form on FutureLearn and we’ll send you information on how to claim the offer!
In this full upskill minicourse you will explore and investigate, the causes, symptoms and strategies to address the Imposter Syndrome in more depth. The minicourse also gives you access to additional resources and assessments to support and apply the learning in real life. You will receive a digital badge, a form of credential for use on your LinkedIn, resume or website, upon successful completion of the assessment piece.
USQ are also running another short course: Transitioning from Friend to Leader on FutureLearn.
You may find this has inspired you to take your learning further with a full degree Graduate Certificate of Business (GCBU).
It enables you to tailor your career goals by choosing from specialisations including Big Data and Global Business Management, to International Business and Strategic Marketing. Throughout the study, you will develop strategies and techniques to demonstrate leadership in global sustainability and the complex environment in a contemporary business practice.
Graduate Certificate of Business can be a stepping stone if you want to go onto study a full Master degree such as Master of Business and Innovation, Master of Project Management, Master of Information Systems and Master of Professional Accounting.
USQ is also offering many online short courses across various disciplines which could contribute towards credit within the Graduate Certificate of Business program. Find out more about USQ minicourses at USQ UpSkill or register your interest here.