The Imposter Syndrome is something we ALL share at certain times in our life. Yes, even the confident people who you know.
The following two questions are indications that your Imposter Syndrome is seeping into your mind :
- Do I have what it takes to succeed?
- Why do I keep comparing myself to others?
Video About Imposter Syndrome
You’ll learn how Lisa, an HR Professional, overcame her Imposter Syndrome after watching this short video. Lisa sends her direct reports to me for communication coaching or how to improve relationships and resolve conflict issues at work. Watch how self-doubt was getting to Lisa and causing inner stress. Especially when she was the only female in the office. Her team constantly used sarcasm and discounted Lisa’s decisions. Stress was starting to take a toll on her physically and emotionally.
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Joyce Weiss, M.A., CSP, CVP
Conflict Resolution and Communication Coach
Queen of Conflict Resolution
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