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Publications & Tools Alert - October 2014

Beating the Impostor Syndrome

Beating the Impostor Syndrome

Do you ever feel deep down that you aren't as competent as others? Do you fear being "found out"? Do you know someone who micromanages or can't seem to make a decision?

The impostor syndrome is a well-researched, well-documented phenomenon that occurs when successful and intelligent professionals feel they do not deserve their accomplishments and that they have faked their way to success. Unfortunately, this type of leader can pass that anxiety and uncertainty on to their teams and direct reports.

There is hope, though. Beating the Impostor Syndrome lays out a four-step process for coming to terms with the impostor syndrome, for gaining an authentic understanding of strengths, and for finding the support needed to beat it.

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Join the authors of Beating the Impostor Syndrome for a live Twitter chat on November 7th from 2pm-3pm EST. Portia Mount and Susan Tardanico will answer your questions about the #ImpostorSyndrome and ways that you can overcome it. @CCLdotORG



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Building an Authentic Leadership Image
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