International Imposter Syndrome Awareness Day
Legacy Media Hub – Creating The Difference
It is estimated that 70% of all employees experience some degree of imposter syndrome at work.
The good news is, knowing about the condition might help you overcome it! But before we talk about how to do just that, let’s explore what impostorism really means.
Psychologists have identified imposter syndrome as an epidemic that is affecting millions of people, even if you’re out there accomplishing great things.
IISAD.ORG – Kim-Adele Randall, Lisa Ventura and Nathaniel Schooler created IISAD.
This dedicated resource for Imposter Syndrome is our way of giving back to the people that have and continue to support the media we create.
If you would like to get involved please contact us, we would be delighted if you joined the team of volunteers for April 13th 2022.
We had many panel discussions.
- We have had guests from IBM & Microsoft
- This year we are launching in Spanish
- Audience intelligence was used for targeted ads
“The esteem within which my works are held leave me feeling like an unlikely swindler.”
– Albert Einstein