The Journal of Behavioral Science estimates that around 70 per cent of the U.S. population has experienced Imposter Syndrome. What can organizations do to combat this disruptive phenomenon?
— By Joseph Warren
In every workplace, some employees struggle with feelings of Imposter Syndrome. The Harvard Business Review characterizes Imposter Syndrome as a “collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist despite evident success,” with those suffering from it “unable to internalize their accomplishments, however successful they are in their field.”
This sense of chronic failure can be experienced by anyone, but it was first noted among women in high....