Imposter Syndrome in Project Management

857 days ago via MladenAC    Discuss    Business
Have you ever thought that you are a fraud? Or that you hardly know

what you are doing? Even if you have all the necessary qualifications,

knowledge, and experience, you are afraid others will realize that you

shouldn't be there.



This is quite a common phenomenon, and if you have experienced

Imposter Syndrome, you aren't the only one. In fact, there is a list

of highly accomplished people who have been in the same position as

you, so there is nothing to be afraid of. The important thing is to

take actionable steps towards defeating this feeling and reclaiming

your old self.



IMPOSTER SYNDROME: THE DEFINITION



This is not a medical condition. It's a term that describes the

feeling people have when they believe they don't know what they are

doing. It's practically another word for self-doubt.



Let's imagine you have a big project

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ahead of you. The senior management dropped a lot of responsibility on

your ...

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