I’m Feeling Like a Fraud in a Leadership Role – How Do I Cope?

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Since a viewers recent promotion, she has been battling imposter syndrome. Despite a track record of success, she doubts her abilities and constantly fears being exposed as unqualified. This is making her second-guess her decisions and affecting her leadership. On ‘Life Quakes’, hosts Jessica Reyes, Patricia Wu, and guest Dr. Woody Woodward offers some helpful advice.

Reflect on Your Success

Take time to acknowledge your past accomplishments. Remind yourself of what got you to this new leadership position.

Stop Negative Self-Talk

When you start doubting yourself, challenge those thoughts. Focus on the positive and remember what you bring to the table.

Realistic Expectations

Set clear goals and expectations for yourself. This helps avoid feeling overwhelmed and boosts confidence in your abilities.

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