Overcoming Imposter Syndrome
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Overcoming Imposter Syndrome: Ten Strategies to Stop Feeling Like A Fraud At Work is an ebook designed for anyone who has ever felt as if they didn't really know what they were doing in the office.
- What Imposter Syndrome Is.
- The 5 symptoms to watch out for in yourself and others.
- Why people suffer from it. It's more common than you think!
- 10 Simple ways to boost your self-confidence at work.
- Easy strategies to eliminate the self-doubt and overcome the feelings of not being quite good enough.
Have you ever:
- Thought that you don’t deserve your success?
- Worried that people will find out that you don’t really know how to do your job?
- Thought that someone else would be better at your job than you?
- Been grateful that luck got you that new promotion or pay rise, rather than your own skills?
- Wondered when someone will wake up and realize that you are just getting by?
Congratulations! You are part of the silent majority of people who suffer from Imposter Syndrome.
Imposter Syndrome is that sinking feeling you get when you are not convinced that you know what you are doing. It is not a real medical syndrome, but it is a convenient label for that lack of self-confidence we all get from time to time, when you feel as if one day your boss will realize that you just don’t have a handle on your work.
I’ve spoken to hundreds of people about Imposter Syndrome at conferences and when I ask who has ever felt like that, nearly every hand goes up, every time. You don’t have to feel out of your depth at work.
This 100+ page ebook is packed with strategies to help you feel more confident at work, even in difficult situations. It includes a worksheet to help you turn the strategies into action steps specific to you.
About the Author
Elizabeth Harrin, MA, FAPM, MBCS is director of Otobos Consultants Ltd, a consultancy specialising in copywriting for project management firms. Elizabeth also works as a practicing project and program manager. She spent eight years working in financial services (including two based in Paris, France) before moving into healthcare.
Elizabeth is the award-winning blogger behind Rebel’s Guide to Project Management (formerly GirlsGuideToPM.com), a specialist blog aimed at helping teams get work done. She is widely published on project management topics and has contributed to numerous websites and magazines. She’s also the author of 5 traditionally-published books and a number of ebooks.
As a manager with over 15 years’ experience, she shares her hard-won knowledge of the strategies that work for organizing tasks, getting projects done, and succeeding personally in the business environment.
Elizabeth is a Fellow of the Association for Project Management and a member of PMI. She holds degrees from the University of York and Roehampton University.
She lives and works in the South of England where she has achieved moderate success at growing vegetables and crocheting items for other people to wear.
You can find Elizabeth online at elizabeth-harrin.com.
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