“How the Imposter Syndrome Hinders Career Advancement” – An Article Recommended by the ASBMR Women in Bone and Mineral Research Committee
Date: April 07, 2016
In an article posted by the American Society for Cell Biology, Jerri Barrett of the SENS Research Foundation discusses the “Imposter Syndrome” and how it may be halting career advancement. As stated in the article, the imposter syndrome can be defined as “a collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist even in the face of information that indicates that the opposite is true. It is experienced internally as chronic self-doubt, and feelings of intellectual fraudulence.” The ASBMR Women’s Committee wants to hear from you! Have you experienced imposter syndrome? If so, how have you handled that in the advancement of your career? Read the full article online and share your thoughts on the ASBMR Community page.