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How Organizations End Imposter Syndrome

If you struggle with self-doubt in your professional life, you’re far from alone. Imposter syndrome—the experience of not having an internal sense of your own success, despite the reality of your achievements—affects many, particularly those from underrepresented groups. But is a simple lack of confidence at the root of all this uncertainty, or are structural problems to blame? In this course, Jodi-Ann Burey explores the role that workplace cultures play in perpetuating imposter syndrome, as well as how to implement sustainable solutions that allow all employees to thrive.

Jodi-Ann details how and why imposter syndrome serves as a proxy for other common experiences, such as on-the-job learning or biased workplace practices. She also explains how leaders can affect lasting change by addressing the structural triggers that amplify imposter syndrome.

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