Imposter syndrome: you’re worth it, even if you don’t always think so
Few leaders reach the top with profound self-confidence. It's not just a workplace stereotype; research shows that many ill-suited candidates get given top jobs due to a widespread tendency to mistake bravado and charisma as a sign of leadership potential, with women and those with quieter styles often being overlooked. The Lex team delves into the psychology behind the double-edged sword that is 'imposter syndrome'.
From Financial Times