Human Capital & Strategy

It’s Our Uniqueness That Makes us Stronger

Living as differently abled or with otherness can exacerbate Imposter Syndrome. To build solutions and help everyone establish a sense of belonging, businesses first need to cultivate an understanding of the lived experience of their employees.
— By Belinda Jones

Imposter Syndrome can undercut the performance of the most talented performers in any role. If that employee is also managing a perceived disability, social difference, or “otherness”, Imposter Syndrome becomes even more debilitating. For businesses to help their employees continue to be top contributors, it’s important for companies to cultivate an understanding of the daily experiences of their w....