Building on the landmark 2019 Imposter Syndrome Research Study, the results of the 2022 study are being published soon.
We've been investigating the impact of Imposter Syndrome, on individuals, teams and organisations, and its role in the gender pay gap. And this year we've expanded the study to also look at the impact of the pandemic and how Imposter Syndrome is leading to burnout.
Analysis so far indicates that Imposter Syndrome rates have soared, compared with 2019, and that now 62% of respondents have struggled with it daily or regularly in the past year.
The 2022 Imposter Syndrome Research Study white paper is due for publication in April. This will include the key findings from the 2022 study, as well as recommendations for what both organisations and individuals can do to reduce the impact of Imposter Syndrome.
By subscribing (free) to the waiting list, you'll get occasional emails in the meantime, as we publish early findings, so you'll be the first to know the facts.
You'll also get a VIP invitation (free) to the 2022 Imposter Syndrome Research Study Q&A masterclass that Clare Josa, the lead researcher and the author of Ditching Imposter Syndrome, will be running when the results are published.
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