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Personal Development | Imposter Syndrome

This micro-class explains the imposter syndrome phenomenon. Who is most vulnerable, thoughts and feelings associated with it and ways to help you overcome it.

Knowing how to respond and cope with imposter syndrome could help you understand yourself and those around you better. Creating a healthier mindset for you and those you love.

Imposter syndrome shows up frequently in the work place and most frequently with women, people of colour or persons with disabilities. As we should all aspire towards creating environments that allow for and value multiple leadership styles, as well as acknowledge that women, women of colour, persons with disabilities and other historically marginalised groups are fully capable of adding value to the workplace. This in itself would create a richer and more diverse culture in business that would help combat Imposter Syndrome.

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