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The Imposter Syndrome (strategies for building confidence in your work - or why successful people often feel like frauds)

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Despite evidence that they are performing well people often still have that lurking fear that any moment they are going to be found out, and that they are where they are under false pretences. Hugh Kearns is an internationally renowned speaker and in this talk covers what the latest psychological research tells us about  ‘The Imposter Syndrome’; and more importantly, outlines strategies for dealing with it and building confidence in your work.
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The Imposter Syndrome (strategies for building confidence in your work - or why successful people often feel like frauds)
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All DPhil students and research staff
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University of Oxford members should apply via https://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/x/nPmuDx, where applicable non-University members should apply via https://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/x/nPmuDx.

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This course is available to the current students and staff of the University of Oxford.

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