The survey responses have now closed and the research is being analysed over the summer.
Get A Free Copy Of The White Paper on 23rd September
Most of what we know – or think we know – about Imposter Syndrome comes from studies with tiny sample sizes.
And much of the historical research is out-of-date, given what we now understand about the psychology and neuroscience of performance. So much has changed since the 70s and 80s.
Over the past six months, I designed and led an in-depth Imposter Syndrome Research Study, combining qualitative depth interviews, focus groups and a quantitative survey. The results have been published in a book and will also be shared in a White Paper on the key research findings on 23rd September 2019. You can register to get a free copy of this below.
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