Imposter syndrome is bad for employees and for business. Here are 3 ways leaders can stop it in its tracks. – Business Insider


Julia Wuench is the founder of The AuthenticityGuide, a positive-psychology-based career and executivecoaching firm that empowers individuals to harness theirauthenticity to improve life and work. She says that when companies hire high achievers, impostersyndrome can run rampant – people constantly feel like frauds. And, it’s expensive for organizations when theseissues go unaddressed: Many of the symptoms of imposter syndromeresult in an inefficient use of the company’s time and resources, which lead to real costs to organizations.

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