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When You Know You Weren’t the First Choice for Your New Role

It’s common to experience imposter feelings when taking on a new, more senior role. That negative self-talk can feel justified when you were originally rejected from the job. But you can use this second chance as an opportunity to become a better leader. The author presents four strategies to quiet the imposter syndrome voices in your head if you weren’t the first pick for the job.

Experiencing imposter syndrome is common for people taking on more senior roles. But what if the self-doubt feels justified because you’re stepping into a role that you originally got rejected from?



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