Imposter Syndrome and The Role of Bias part 3 of a 6-part series discussion of imposter syndrome: I think I can. I think I can. I think I can. Wait, maybe I can’t. Imposter Syndrome is more than insecurity, some
Part 2 of a 6-part series discussion of imposter syndrome: The Mental Health Impact of Imposter Syndrome The mental health discussion not only entered the Olympics arena this year but has simultaneously seemingly been magnified within the workplace. The Olympic
A 6-part series discussion of imposter syndrome Are You A Fraud? When Imposter Syndrome Rears Its Ugly Head An act of deceiving or misrepresenting is a Merriam-Webster brief definition of fraud. So based upon this definition, do you secretly think
Transformational change and continuous improvement are the right seeds for your community. Does this implementation require a little effort? Yes, because it moves beyond just “giving back” per se. This effort requires involvement and understanding the needs of the community.
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Every morning when she sends her team an email, it starts with, “Good morning, Team Excellence!” In those few, but critical words, Portia Lockett, motivational speaker, songwriter, ordained minister and trainer not only reminds her team members that they are
“None of us get to go through life without having the rug pulled up from under us at some point.” For Dr. Vivian Carpenter, that rug was pulled early in life. In addition to becoming a widow at the young
Most great leaders aren’t trained or coached to lead. They’re born with it. That innate ability to lead people, to drive others to get the job done where it seems it can’t be done. But Dr. Gail Hayes, television and