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imposter

Feel like a fraud? Is Imposter syndrome on the rise?

Feeling like a fraud? Underconfidence and the Imposter syndrome. Impostor syndrome is a term first used in the 1970s by clinical psychologists Dr. Pauline R. Clance and Suzanne A. Imes. They identified a common phenomenon amongst high achievers, where despite external evidence of their competence and ability, they are convinced they are frauds who will […]

can-do-attitude

Overconfidence: Why a “can do” attitude can be bad for business.

Overconfidence: Why a “can do” attitude can be bad for business. Confidence is entirely human. It has been well documented that most managers predict significant improvements in performance and revenue every year regardless of their track record. They also tend to underestimate the time and cost to complete projects, and overestimate the success of business [...]