Your organization has some of the best students, staff, and leaders in the industry. But internalized doubts – about their skills, qualifications, or expertise – are preventing them from realizing how incredibly talented and capable they are.
The truth is that 70 percent of adults in the U.S. struggle with imposter syndrome. Their endless drive to achieve more and to feel more capable has led to an incredible skill set. Except without the confidence to take risks, take ownership, and take the lead, the impressive drive your senior leaders, staff, and students have shown will eventually lead to overwork, burnout and/or turnover..
You know that helping these individuals embrace their talents and abilities will lead to increased performance (and revenue) for the organization. But more than that, you want every team member to feel truly confident and comfortable in the workplace.
And that means addressing imposter syndrome head on.