The tip of the iceberg
Many colleagues struggle with impostor syndrome and lack of confidence in their skills, causing anxiety and distress that lead to poor mental wellbeing and career satisfaction.
We feel like our technical skills are not as good as we'd like and we're falling behind in our learning and below the expectations of colleagues and clients.
We struggle to get enough mentoring to learn these skills and end up not feeling comfortable performing them.
We don't get enough hours of exposure to the cases where we can apply and develop these skills, so we don't get enough practice performing them and lose our confidence.