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Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome is a psychological phenomenon where a person doubts his or her own skills and competencies.

They believe that their coworkers will get to know that they may be just faking their way in the company without knowing much and that they are a fraud.

Self-doubt and feelings of being an imposter mostly arise among brilliant, qualified people who try to measure themselves with other, similarly qualified coworkers.

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An ethical dilemma (ethical paradox or moral dilemma) is a problem in the decision-making process between two possible options, neither of which is absolutely acceptable from an ethical perspective.

How everything proceeds depend on you. Tackling the issue is important but you don't have to do what you don't want to do. However, being placed with the responsibility of handling a team or a handful number of employees is a much better practice to seek first and understand.

When a project misses the mark, try focusing on the possibilities that might have happened; was there a miscommunication? Have you said something different? Is there a way to approach this with fresh eyes?

  • Strong emotions on both sides;
  • A focus on character rather than on behavior;
  • A lack of clarity about what needs to change and why;
  • Negative or critical feedback threatens not only our self-esteem but also our basic need for safety and security;
Emotional Intelligence ≠ "Being Nice"

Many of us believe that having emotional intelligence means being “nice.” But this belief conceals some fundamental benefits to developing one’s EI.

For example, simply saying someone is nice can belie the fact that they’re only nice to some people and not others. Niceness is also interpreted as someone who tries to avoid confrontations and is thus easily manipulable.

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