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Leadership unmasked / by Georgina Bond

By: Georgina, Bond.
Series: Boardroom.Publisher: New Zealand, Institute of Directors in New Zealand, Edition: February/March 2014.Description: 34-36, 3.Subject(s): Leadership | Behaviour | PsychologySummary: Explores the ‘imposter syndrome’, or the belief that you have fooled others into thinking you know more than you do. Suggests ways to avoid developing the problem and ways to identify and deal with it in others. [NB: This article is an outline of the book “The Imposter Syndrome” by Harold Hillman, which is available for loan from NZICA Library.]
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Explores the ‘imposter syndrome’, or the belief that you have fooled others into thinking you know more than you do. Suggests ways to avoid developing the problem and ways to identify and deal with it in others. [NB: This article is an outline of the book “The Imposter Syndrome” by Harold Hillman, which is available for loan from NZICA Library.]

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