It was a pleasure to speak to you all online and thank you so much for taking the time to join the session and for your questions and comments. If there are any issues or questions you didn't get the chance to raise, or which have been prompted by our discussions please do feel free to contact me. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07779 646976.
On this webpage you will find some extra information on the imposter syndrome (really a phenomenon) which is based on my own research and that of other experts, and some other useful links, plus suggestions for TED talks and further reading.
We are still at an early stage in understanding the impact of the Imposter Phenomenon, my interest is in understanding the most effective ways of managing those imposter feelings, in particular in the workplace and passing on this information to others. As I mentioned, I am currently undertaking doctoral research on this topic. If you are interested in keeping up to date with my research findings and musings on the topic, do sign up to receive my newsletter.
Here's a link to the research on IP in the workplace by TotalJobs in 2019, in collaboration with yours truly and my PhD supervisor Dr Terri Simpkin: TotalJobs Survey.
And as it is National Inclusion Week, here's an interesting blog on the importance of allyship at work . Being an ally could help reduce another person's feelings of imposterism.
What to say when you talk to Yourself by Shad Helmstetter The Impostor Phenomenon by Dr Pauline Rose Clance The Pursuit of Perfect by Tal Ben-Shahar Inferior by Angela Saini The Gift of Imperfection by Brene Brown The Confident Manager by Kate Atkin Quiet by Susan Cain
On the video tab of this website you'll find a panel discussion on the imposter syndrome with Circle Co. which provides an interesting insight into the imposter at work (filmed prior to Covid 19 so no references to working from home). I also add blogs and podcasts to the site, so do take a look around.