Signs of low confidence at work include downplaying your achievements, perfectionism, negative self-talk, and a fear of making mistakes. It can also include overachieving, and taking on more than you can really handle.
Does it seem like everyone around you is smarter, faster and more out-going? Do you feel like you’re working under a dark cloud? You’re not alone.
A recent survey by Moneypenny, a global phone answering...
In a fast-paced, ever-changing industry like tech, and especially in the world of engineering where the trending language can change by the month, it’s common to feel unprepared or out of place.
Ashley Griffin, an engineering manager at HealthVerity , has dealt with impostor syndrome throughout her career, even when earning a master’s degree and landing her managerial role. READ MORE AT TECHNICAL.LY
Whether you’ve been in your role for a while, or you’re starting a new job and getting acclimated, there’s always room to improve your confidence at work. Here are some pointers:
1. Cut out self-deprecating language: I know, easier said than done, but being kinder to ourselves in moments of stress can do wonders for self-esteem. READ MORE AT THE PITTSBURGH 1