How We Undermine Ourselves

Overcoming Impostor Syndrome and Stereotype Threat
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Borrowing from material in her book Making Your Voice Heard, Connson tackles impostor syndrome and stereotype threat.

Impostor syndrome is the feeling that you do not deserve the success you have achieved; stereotype threat refers to the drop in self-confidence and performance resulting from a negative stereotype. Connson explores both phenomena, how they undermine our ability to be influential, and what to do to overcome them.

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