Men, Women and Impostor Syndrome: Why Your Rockstar Feels Like a Fraud

Despite ongoing success and positive feedback, many of your top performers are suffering from impostor syndrome, i.e., the oft-overlooked phenomenon of feeling unqualified even if you are a high-achiever. So what’s the secret to eradicating self-doubt and boosting your team’s confidence? View this infographic for a series of critical coaching tips that will ensure your good employees become even better.
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Watch Your Mouth: Making Conversations Count
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