A 2021 Harvard Business Review article has argued we should banish discussions about imposter syndrome, and focus more on remedying unequal workplaces and how to ensure those problems get fixed first,￼ but research also shows it can actually be beneficial and make us better at our jobs. Even though confidence is often seen as synonymous with competence and leadership, this isn’t always the case. In fact, some insecurity - let’s call it “productive doubt” - can motivate us to
Between roles? Looking for your next opportunity? Writing about yourself not your forte? If you answered any of these questions (at all) then this article is for you. Your resume should always be ready - for your review, your promotion, or your next opportunity. Check out this Linkedin Post.
Have you thought about the Reach of message? The Frequency of delivery? If not, read on for the ever wise and helpful words of Joanna Bloor: "Proximity bias is real. Returning to the office could make it worse."
Quitting? Resigning? Pulling the Ripcord? You have been pondering the Great Resignation a lot - and making a change can be a great thing. Sometimes even change-for-change's-sake can keep things fresh/you challenged. But . . . changing your organization also represents a decision on your part to make a *significant* investment of time and effort. All new people, all new systems, all new tech, all new processes, all new hierarchies (official and unofficial); all new EVERYTHING.