Merken

The Fraud Police are Coming: Work, Leadership, and Imposter Syndrome

Zitierlink des Filmsegments
Embed Code

Automatisierte Medienanalyse

Beta
Erkannte Entitäten
Sprachtranskript
dead thank you to it and and so on and they did it
providing at Florida product we are coming forward leadership in population growth for those of you who like Twitter like I here is all over information you can find a man that Captain Pollyanna me at the prom fail and we had a session has tag which is impostors unite so to Eli so how did we get here we talking to all of you about impostor syndrome today it started with me getting mad on the internet I really enjoyed reading career quasiparticles and I've been seeing a lot of them that impostors and there's a couple years ago and then are and around them whether the impostor syndrome in the real to me was that the advice and seeing good and so on it started talking to people and tweeting about it and talk to a man about it and this was a couple of days before embarking on early in November and then kind of strong made into her presenting a talk on impostors which and I did not want to give the has did not feel qualified be subject to the so we started talking about some member as Brianna mentioned at a bar and I think we haven't stopped since all I really learned a part about impostor syndrome that nite and identified we strongly with it and I just dove my as much as they could we read as much as we could our between our conversation embark philly and when it came time to prevent we told people what we knew and we set back and waited for questions and we have a lot of people telling the stories of then and throughout the rest of the past 7 or 8 months people the feeling this way to the it and I just felt embryonic know feel that it's so important to talk about best answer were so excited to be having this conversation again today with you so to start when is impostor syndrome the term was point in 1978 by Paulina's grants and Suzanne times who did the groundbreaking research on why impostor syndrome was they initially did a study among high-achieving women and they define it as a failure to internalize accomplishment doesn't particularly sound meaningful and the way that we like to describe it is the nagging feeling you are over esteemed qualified and on the verge of being found out as a fraud so we want to keep up with competition because my everyone knows the term even though they might be feeling so the body self-identified in your in good company look around you I yes who feels like an impostor the is that
I'm so I was quoted as saying the exaggerated esteem in which my life work is held makes me feel very ill at ease I feel compelled to think of myself as an involuntary swindler my Angelo
said I've written 11 books but each time I think so they're going to find out now I'm running game on everybody and they're going to find me out no we enduring
foster our confident actress spending tons of movies when she won her 1st Academy Award she was quoted as saying she thought was a fluke it was the same way when I walked out on the campus at Yale I thought everyone would find out the take the after back it come to my house knocking on my door and say we meant that for someone else we know that from L Street the
recent and I don't know how to act anyway so why am I doing this the requirement that we've heard about impostor syndrome from people and basically every professionally cocktail professors researchers programmers bankers real estate agent designer's people in every state of Alestis careers all of them share similar stories in fact some research shows that about 70 per cent of people who suffer from
impostor syndrome I personally think that might be an underestimate because this is 70 per cent of people studied who admitted that they have symptoms of impostor syndrome and when richly the studies were done an impostor syndrome was thought to be a phenomenon that was present was being women high-achieving academic women as Brianna mentioned as time has gone on it's clear that it affects people in every age race gender industry often it affects male impostors doubly because they're already feeling like an impostor in their role and then if like they should be having these feelings anyway so it's like impostor times to right there's that high-achieving women research that we talked about the beginning and part of what was interesting about that part of what led to more research being done among women exclusively letters that part of the identification preposterous rooted in gender roles and but as time has gone on and not only have we seen how this affects people from all genders but also how it affects people who are different minorities in whatever context the minority and we friendly with us so far you know the feelings we know you're not alone next up are some big indicators that you might relate to even if you haven't yet through talk about the big 6 and these are big the 6 factors that were identified by researchers so Kokou and Alexander when they wrote the paper called impostor phenomena 1st the big 6 is the impostor cycle the for and we've 1 of the impostor
cycle stake in like the emerges speak louder than words but but the the words anyway so begins up here with the new project or task could be big or small to be a little exciting but with that excitement immediately come anxiety self doubt and worry creeping in so you have to begin and oftentimes you begin with furious over preparation 4 hours upon hours days upon days sometimes also procrastination the also for hours or days upon days but many of these 2 things can also come hand-in-hand they can both be happening simultaneously on the same day inevitably because you're smart and you're talented you accomplish recall you achieve something an it's immediately a feeling of really like a patent Don itself I played this is great I can move on but then Starting feedback even at the back is overwhelmingly positive great feedback want you still in your head potentially discounting this feedback as either walk like I just got lucky this it was a really meant to happen for it's over you're looking at the over preparation and thinking how you expanded so much effort more effort than maybe your peers would have had to spend that spend what time it would have been even better essentially it's bringing the background to that increases of fraudulent the feelings of anxiety and self doubt so as a case study burden pasta cycle I like to use our own talk on impostor syndrome I apologize and how medicine is the hope everybody has had enough capping to deal with this but certainly not in the new project or a task and the star up at the top the version of this talk that we did in January that can mark them in another room in this very building because the buyer can talk with such a last minute for the l but the problem we had a good too much but we knew we were up against and so the anxiety and the self doubt and the worry all started to come into play as soon as they felt that there might be some expectations as the quality of our impostor syndrome talk there'd been some people at the off the cuff 1 we didn't like him but for those of you who have not been to work expectations tend to be relatively low if there is an unconference redefined the programming is the day of and so it's very casual in terms of giving talks this was going to be an actual pocket people came just to see so naturally we jump strain energy the procrastination part over preparation phase out work media that look like going through my college alumnae J. store accounts and looking at every single possible thing I could find an impostor syndrome impostors impostor phenomenon in every variation there and then also watching a lot of pop rock and West Wing it I was also doing that this can you look at my Instagram I put feeds you'll see this cycle wonderfully illustrated and like many people I switch back and forth between the procrastination over preparation 1 very very frequent line and you may have experience this yourself then after the talk that was the accomplishment people said we did a pretty good job on that and I just discovered the feedback on that right there are people enjoyed it not that would a pretty good job on it and then we felt will then anxiety about how when it it was just because people have heard of impostor syndrome before and that was the introduction of the concept and after that you're rewarded with another project the past usually 1 is slightly heavier slightly more difficult in the task of where in this case theory argues no we and I the
number 2 of the big and all much shorter after the first one entry of need to be special or the very best the this manifestation of impostor syndrome is the 1 that you as a big fish in a small pond water will you focus on other people's perceptions of you rather than your own perception of how hard you work the next is the quest to be superhuman n I know many of you may know this but expectations of ourselves are often a lot greater than and the people around us have a fast our colleagues or friends are loved ones even our bosses but the jobs we often set these really aggressive on sometimes unrealistic but I'm superhuman Our Goals perhaps and home we often double these expectations trying to take a hundred things off of our to-do list and will get more to that later the quest always be doing more and the eventual burnout weaves as feeling like a fake if I really good at my job I could handle all of us and even this might be too much yeah and failure who has heard the phrase Belfast before the the maintenance honey really and the cell how much it sucks that then we talk a lot about filling fast and billing big but falling on Europe's stock specially when you're constantly rewarded inferred doing well on a task by we having to perform on a larger and larger stage in front of more people and this also leads into hearing success which is something we'll talk about all the more next is the denial of competence word the discounting of praise when we describe our accomplishments with words like just were merely or only for minimizing them the N when were complemented on work increased 1st skills and we say well the better for the serious got lucky for banks but were feeling fraudulent and thinking that discounting this phrase is making us more humble out if we just accepted it may feel cheating unfortunately you also telling the person raising you that they're wrong that Socrates the last of the big sex is fear guilt about the facts this manifests in a few different layers so 1 of them is not wanting to become successful in case he failed which is tied to number 4 there's also guilt about success related to that I deserve an answer should I have been the 1 to get that and also create distance when you're spending time with people who are close to you who didn't succeed in the same way that you dead and you see this sometimes with first-generation college students where there is some distance that's created between them and the rest the family so it anybody identify with any of the big sentence the they may not raise your hand if you want to everybody else is and there the and so what we're going to do is
we're going to take about 30 seconds to say here 1 of them rank 3 you or all of them ranked video and take a minute to weight down or make note of 1 thing that you would like to do that feeling like an impostor is holding back from assuming you've all written down the the 1 thing that you feel like a pastor sentence holding you back from will get into the next topic which is he gets better right yeah and we have some news that may not be easy here but it might make it might make sense to some of you were further along in your career and may have experienced these feelings for a while and that is the more that you know the less you think you know Rhianna will explain and
that some of you may have heard of their Dunning-Kruger effect and this is and what this is about what dying included included research on an perceived competence levels basically I here is an illustration and by just pay differences in access they shows the more education you have about a given subject the more you know and also the more education the again on a given subject the more you know you don't know
so when you're trying to learn something new you might think that you're rock star immediately and example of this that comes to mind for me is the 1st time I sat down and try to learn some HTML and I remember that feeling when I got something to say hello world on a case that I made and I was so proud by I can make so many websites hundreds of websites today that and then I'm trying to do I don't know anything else right so like once you have added the initial understanding you feel great and then you start to realize how much we don't know and wonderfully the gold gets there are the more experience you get so if you feel like an impostor right now it's only going to get worse from here I'm sorry and another
wonderful illustration from this is index that displays the difference between venting further an impostor syndrome with Dunning-Kruger you think that you're really great and you're not and the impostor syndrome you think you're really bad in your grade and it's really hard to know the difference between those 2 things are organ work but the thinking how
does this affect me and I icence you're feeling you might already we talked about being superhuman and trying to be superhuman and we often have high expectations and low levels of forgiveness for yourself we work long hours we miss out on sleep and sometimes fun and enjoyment because we're trying to do all the things things yeah we feel like
failing when we can do it all in fact I got a copy of relevance to do this I hope she doesn't mind air not actually mine in right
as I have so over this wonderful as 95 thing they should do it every day according to the internet including such important highways such as aware smart professional out they carefully selected from capsule wardrobe a shower make sure water temperature is too hot and meditators on here about 3 different times and if you or anything like me and really really well love looking at articles on internet that tell you everything you're going on about your life and this may be a narrative that you have running in your head pretty frequent lying particularly were looking at a culture of life access and 12 things very real leaders do before breakfast and so the end result of that is the people enhancers in room are less likely to raise their hands I this is according to some research from radiolarian and a number of research partners that people have impostor syndrome in the workplace the last like in a volunteer for projects that fall outside the job description there wasn't much less likely to take on new things and they're less likely to participate in a way that is beneficial for the organization but not for them as an individual employee the Brianna nite were lucky enough to hear a related on pop by very brilliant any ID and she gave a TED talk about presence and she just published a book by the same name and she talks about how a posture effects are mentality and the more space we take up on bigger that we all know that better that we feel and the more confident in present we are are on the opposite can happen if we don't feel confident and were trying to almost go within ourselves and shrink away of making us even less likely to participate 2 persons in situations where we might not know everything and the premise that more or less likely to raise their hands and so it is that when a feeling like Chen you're less likely to start new things like this that they're less likely to take on new projects and you're not very good at evaluating your performance it inviting I think we've all felt something like this the feeling of it's all going to come crashing down the I would think it's a little more yeah a failure and fear of success the feeling of isolation and this seems to be big in some of the people that we've talked to that didn't really know impostor syndrome was so common it's the feeling that no 1 else goes this way that you're all alone everyone else seems confident knows what they're talking about and that the people around you in your peers smarter than you the shame this is a big 1 for urban a Brown and anyone else has a similar favor researcher storyteller why would I know but feeling embarrassed not to new things feeling that like your work wouldn't stand up if somebody who actually knew what they were talking about where to look at it and the last there's despair which seems like a really heavy word but it's that feeling of there's no way this is going to get better and I'll never catch up to make years and I'm stuck feeling this way always In short this we have some solutions the right so like I mentioned at the beginning of this talk when I 1st started reading about impostor syndrome there some common place that it had been set right with me and the number 1 most common Nazism advice I saw was that but actually make I really dislike vacantly may get and here's why they get tell you may get relies on dishonesty and it doesn't address the core issues related to impostor the whole concept of fake it till you make it is fine to get you in the door that then you get there and maybe you learn nothing that you're supposed to learn or you pick up the scholars this that and then you're rewarded in some way where emotion or you take on more responsibility and then you have to think that thing where you wind-up then is a perpetual thickness 6 bigness cycle as when the that aren't so instead I think about what you value and what the kind of place that you want to be in values now then I came up with a 5 values of our own the 1st 1 is curiosity very often is fundamentally incompatible effectively make it they could so we make that assumes you have to act like you know everything and curiosity encourages you to ask questions and motivation motivation is what gets up in the morning it's what drives us to make things better whether that means by helping people for solving problems and your motivation is fueled by passion I think we can all identify that as a value that we have but if you're already acting like you're out where you wanna be and how you and actually get the humility and this may seem like a contradiction since I I know I've been talking about accepting trees In owning your accomplishments you can do these things and still be humble humility is valued because it means you're not being egotistical or vein were conceded or as I want to put it a bragging de and number 5 and that the you can hear somebody if you're too busy progress learning what other people are thinking of and so when you look at this list of 5 values what you see is that it's not about what you know it's not about specific language pairs it's not about any kind of itemized tactlessly possibly possibly address this is about how you think and the kind of person that you are we talked before about the 6 ways that you can be experiencing impostors intro and we want to go into next are the ways you can leverage these feelings for good and we present to you
not just the big 6 but the manageable not that bad 6 the 1st was the impostor cycle which you member was that long
journey of our experiences that meet 1 another so that we can get stuck in and the way around that is to name
it to stopping the cycle is all about recognizing the year in it if you can anticipate your next move reaction you can intervene on your own behalf reversing negative feelings and self talk the tough but you can take this opportunity to feel empathy for yourself and those around you are who may be in the same boat and may be feeling the same things that your feeling this is 1 that can be really helpful if you the same have multiple times as well you get to learn what your own cycle as know about 3 days ago getting ready for this talk I knew that while I felt kind of the time that within the next 12 18 hours I was going to start freaking out and they did and then I watched CG right on the west wing and them my touchstone the the
the number until the need to the special or the very best instead would like to offer you
it there is no very fast there is no single best paper on a river in the world I can assure you there is no single best anything in the world in any kind of situation where you see somebody who's supposed to be the best anything it's not the only way to measure the best at that thing this made it sounds cliche but you are also you and you don't have to be number 1 in anything because there is no number 1 in anything to be proud to be counted among you're talented and intelligent and wonderful peers and you can with each other out you can't lift each other up if you're constantly trying to 1 of each other's accomplishments and the we talked
about the quest to be superhuman and trying to do everything under the sun and everything that we think we should be doing well a remedy for this is to stop just to start if the stock holding yourself to unrealistic
expectations prioritize the important thing is assess the actual knowledge that you may have and start learning things that can help you but pick 1 thing at a time you choose 1 thing you could start learning today or tomorrow but that help you get better at your job I try not to some set those calls for yourself or you're trying to do 10 things at once not boiling the ocean you don't have to do everything and setting small goals yourself is important and also being able to forgive yourself when you don't achieve all obstacles so you don't have to do 95 today even if the Internet censorship the right here failure
redefine failure this is a huge 1 I obviously all successful people felt we talk about this all the time of it taking failures as a failure of the thing that you did and not a filler Europe failure of you as a person is extremely important for addressing impostor syndrome and this is something that almost everyone I know that's remind themselves of constant length to the next
is the denial competence and discounting and and we don't wanna get caught up in this sometimes it's OK to just say it's easy to
tell yourself you being humble discover lucky if you work hard except the complements if you criticize you can take it in stride before getting a compliment the if you give the complement giver the respect that they deserve and and the remember that their point of view about your skills has value internalize the accomplishment and and recognize that your skills you drive in your talent are about you and finally fear and guilt about
success for 1 thing you have your own way
so this acknowledge that success can be scary that while there is a scary thing you can motivate inspire and Kickstarter friends and colleagues were success by displaying your own don't feel guilt for eating out others for the awards or motion and that doesn't mean to be let's it means except that with the responsibility that comes when but when you are recognized for doing something when you get a promotion recognize that as an opportunity to lead and help other people achieve success I know that this is the success in that 1 instance can be a great reminder for the future and then how bring other people the success with you there's so much
at stake for us as a culture of increasingly educated talented and skilled people most of whom don't know how great they are for those who come after us we need to embrace our inner impostors and talk nicely to them about how we're growing and becoming better about how far we've already come remember that you deserve to be where you are to go we're going next and to help others being confidence by sharing your knowledge living in a world where smarter and empathetic people are self-selecting out of opportunities and where an individual level but we also know that representation matters we're motivated to succeed when people who look like as and face challenges similar to our own 60 before we do leadership doesn't have to come from the top we so at this point we like everybody it's you take a look at whatever you wrote down on a few minutes ago and we know what the phrase what would you do if you knew you cannot fail an unrealistic and they're not asking anyone that but we are asking you to consider why it is important enough to you that it's worth going through all of this stuff that we just talked about are we going to go into the regular part of the presentation with this wonderful book by Kelly student conic is a comic book writer had to limit themselves to the right of the newly when so thank you all for joining us and now we'd like to take a few minutes if anybody would like to share any of the things impostors intimated and holding them back from 1 example of experiencing impostor syndrome in your own work places or personal life it is so much being if so 1st of all I don't think you allowed to
say the sellout it said is since it was really great but but I have a question for you because what about the fear of that you're so ignorant about something that you can't actually realize how by you right because that I the work what you guys are talking about here is actually assumes that you can realize but maybe you about what about the if you don't have an election that's a really excellent question the 1 thing that we originally had actually as a part of our slides that we can't quite get it to work and I was about the importance of both asking better questions and providing better answers and this is not a thing that specifically for 1 individual to do but 1 thing that I've seen people have questions about something they are really elementary understanding they ask the question they there and then the person may ask the question of there is no you don't know that our ideal were all you they haven't covered that with you or hydrogen I figured that out yet and so on the flip side of that a anybody is concerned about feeling like they don't know enough to be sure that you're providing answers in a way that you like hear them but but in terms of knowing how much the no I would recommend really getting immersed in a community of peers and helping each other that was going thank you anyone else if you don't have any questions we'd I love to hear if you wanted to share your experience or anything that resonated with you about impostor syndrome or anything with the topic that you're experiencing at work home you're a so last year the talk that I got from for the 1st time after they accepted my proposal that's a little it came crashing through those like I who then whom either go unintelligible to people that probably a whole whole lot smarter than I know a lot more of this what's really cool especially like the jagged meaning just appreciate this is like being the community was super support would everybody's really really positive so to your point you know there is that a some risk to but especially if anybody more specifically anybody's thinking about a hesitating about the part played especially in this community like go for the people promise not to realize that that's great thinking that and something we were heard I'd like to share as we're talking about this for each human here today is 1 of the things that any kind he spoke about her talk about presence was when she gives a talk 1 of the primary things that she does that feel comfortable is to trust her audience they're going into a presentation or to a talk with the knowledge that on the whole people are good people and they wanna listen to what you have to say and there they are curious and they are pathetic and I think the Django community is a really good example of a place where you can trust your audience I always of an issue where I feel of another best that's something I'm automatically the worst something which always get to my way and to prove that a little bit I was using the wrong hashtag through the entire talk that I and I got them again desirable so will you please forgive me if it yet absolutely are the the q with a felony the and in the pilot in the in the lab fall interacting that's this might some day but I I guess I got a common because some the starting out not having ever been hired in the text field but really liking it you know you go online try to get help and we've already had talks most everything but you know you might write in to uh stackexchange a question and it's me writes back and it's like go study years like before you like why not study this address the question so it's really hard because like you don't know much them I feel like now I've realized that a file I'm just focusing on what I want you from doing projects that I like and I'm so curious about that it is there's a matter the bachelor and all it's going to go away In a silicon has fallen on like this 1 here it's kind tackle use roles among them into it was cool blues and so few some of which share come to your friend varieties of those that I see myself of 1 ends by the of the gut on rightfully think of myself as somebody who has to fight with presents i'd like when things work and they were well some and I want to get to that point immediately and I know this about myself something is wrong with my entire life so as a teenager probably before but in and of his attention the but so in trying to deal with that in trying to make sure that I don't slip into that kind of of listeners I almost into the so like I feel like an inverse fractal you know I'm not the kind the goes out and it's more detailed because you can see it's bigger but the kind it's going In words infinitely you know and and of that's really hard because it's a matter of a on unlike the example you gave your talk where you people put in 12 hour days because of you know all I have to the sum crew something because they will get it done the so that if is but in that I'm putting most phylogenies it's not getting done because it's not perfect and word you the other thing in the open source community is you know like the last FIL just mentioned is that we tend to be rather ruthless but not not necessarily the general community but you know in the open source community but with new people you know we get on the case is about you know of new those man pages did you which we talked to read that no 400 pages of documentation and understand everything perfectly the 1st time we because you know there are probably few of us that and you are and most of of it's a but also to use this and recognizing one's from the term in arousal on because we feel that with right I haven't done enough groundwork task that was I'm going I want I want to fix this thing in this particular project blood this is absolutely not up to the standards of the property of the people in the front and you know you don't give them the opportunity to tell you this is garbage you know you just kind order so that and ultimately you know in 6 months you'll have the perfect haps but in the meantime you know it's so broken so anyway this the the thinking along and imagine that's not unrelated to the number of web developers and those who don't have their own personal and they and if you I and thank you so much for this talk I really appreciate the UK matter from the perspective of like knowing that we all the occasionally yeah maybe frequently have this impostor syndrome and we add and how the 3 of address out than ourselves that they also feel like I often find myself on a different position which is that I often find that I and in a group of you know whether that's a workspace a with my friends where actually feel like I have a fair amount of confidence and I feel like sometimes people around me have less confidence that you know that to serve
and data I would I would love to hear the of thoughts on how you create environments like conferences or workspaces or even like how you still affecting your social groups and you know how you create places that support people who experiencing some impostor syndrome the which yeah I think of we touched on that a little bit what we were talking about succeeding and how when you succeed you're not only benefiting yourself and the work that you've done that you were able to inspire others then it comes back to what we had was saying before about giving good answers when people ask questions and not being the guy or the girl who says always sure that documentation or of 0 you should know that already or why having learn but being the person that answers questions in a really helpful way in a way that can go people's confidence and pointing people the direction of resources that they might not know about that can help them build their knowledge and continue to grow as developers and as people I and being able to kind of be supportive to your close network so that when introduced a someone are you speak with someone outside of the network at a conference like this I'll bet you feel like you've practiced in being supportive and being empathetic and answering people in a clear way that helps them but also the faulted checking in with people to make sure that they have the necessary baseline knowledge for whatever conversation here that I have and I know that 1 thing that has made me feel like an impostor several times there was an understatement many many times in the past is being part of a conversation and then realizing about 2 minutes into it but I don't know what's happening and 20 minutes into it that I have to know what's happening the entire time and then there's also the assumption I know what other people think of going on in it all this we thanks for the questions thank you I of I wanna do my Syrian course 2nd and so I am a I I mean and I work in ICT for a university and I haven't completed a formal as a case in and that is terrifying and it's terrifying to say to a large group of people and this is the 2nd son occurred you're talking and it is of 2nd time about the censuses of lots of people and the belt better the course I'm hoping MAC fill the better the side so this was a big her you know giving the stock and I some I think you might have a no and then you can start to say I don't knows of or the parameters that I'm reminded that the people who hired me are confident their new this about me before they hired me that my career and are confident in my ability image of and I have to remember that when I'm you doing my job because otherwise I and terrified so they get inform the few I think you as you speech should really resonate with me I'll come like and sort of Europe your name but the like of like the same number of self thought to can only start out you can don't think you're a programmer and you get the expert at all all these things and that I assisted more comment like if you're reading stuff in this doing even statistic on examples still program adult don't not close cellphones want you know get skill level URI getting there so I think the fact that that important I think is so much so there is certainly going around recently and this is terrible I should not be saying this into a microphone that no citation information for whatsoever but there is a large survey developers and can't memory came from I is 40 per cent believed that the developer of the survey word not have any kind of computer science which is not surprising anecdotally but had spoken to so many parameters that feel like it's just that if they don't have a degree of don't have 1 in income and what the like my so I guess I just wanna come down and speak window like a freaking out now on to the Justice and it the notice of a lot of well at least a student e-mails coming down sigh kind 1 represents on but I just wanted a share that I'm I'm actually a sysadmin I'm not a developers so that's like the London leg of a node of doing you know like it's also great traditionally male-dominated just like parameters I assume the whole net negative revive is very you know strong up and down so et so that even so even just admitting that I've that uh that I feel like an impostor old times makes you feel like that something this is gonna have a really bad repercussions the me in the workplace I actually work at wouldn't years of his full a lot of people in this room and I'm like afraid but my supervisor here thank out who like this but I new in terms of that I have no idea what I'm doing my job every day but I but I guess I feel like a little if you will this room with income in India to the you and like that that's so that the general thought process that like I guess goes through my head every day and I have to China event about imposes a given Internet I I myself and go through the steps but it's like it's a process every day of the wake of remember even if is a community that the only at still do this job so go like because of the thank you the and nobody with delta but also 1 most interesting things he said was people's departures bigram in you know who you are don't raise your hand it's much easier to be smart if you set the agenda so if you have someone who's give you a good exam and they want to read gospel poetry or something like that maybe we remember that from way back when you don't like a fool it's a person who's asking the question who has a lot of power so if you put yourself in the position where you keep your hands down you never the 1st that the was so I think the current food for a solution most of the person who stands up and part the the more you hired better to stand up and give it a shot and even if you could shut down 1st by on from there to get up again and again and again until you to the but great and the fine so in about 45 minutes so I'm going to be standing there and I'm going to be giving a talk and I'm feeling pretty impostor about it right now what did you guys do is like yourselves out for this of in the thinking back 0 power from now I think a lot of what we have tried to keep in mind and what we told people actually as we've had these conversations for the past several months is that you were set of knowledge here set of skills also is different from anyone else in this room and those most intercom then diagram were closer than diagram that people think of were that that has been seen probably bigger impostor syndrome in it was what everyone else knows and what I know being a very small part of that but in reality what someone else knows it was you know may have overlap but you still have a lot to provide a lot to offer so try not to go into a presentation or talk thinking about the audience knows everything you're about to say and they're not going to be learning anything in there are going to be judging you and they're going to be you know sitting there doing something else in reality like people in here and be part of your talk because they want to react to say and you know things that they don't know yet and you're going to be able to impart information on them that is new and it's exciting and that will potentially inspired them to do something great also the way out of this room is terrifying and the speaker of the people really 9 to and I think you have everyone her thank Prof Dr and the
you you you
Beobachtungsstudie
PROM
Umsetzung <Informatik>
Punkt
Twitter <Softwareplattform>
Mereologie
Information
Biprodukt
Term
Computeranimation
Internetworking
Metropolitan area network
Videospiel
Bereichsschätzung
Spieltheorie
Besprechung/Interview
Computeranimation
Beobachtungsstudie
Programmiergerät
Geschlecht <Mathematik>
Dreiecksfreier Graph
Mereologie
Systemidentifikation
Ähnlichkeitsgeometrie
Indexberechnung
Kontextbezogenes System
Teilbarkeit
Computeranimation
Aggregatzustand
Rückkopplung
TVD-Verfahren
Wasserdampftafel
Kondition <Mathematik>
t-Test
Familie <Mathematik>
Versionsverwaltung
Zellularer Automat
Zahlenbereich
Term
Physikalische Theorie
Computeranimation
Eins
Task
Erwartungswert
Task
Betragsfläche
Prozess <Informatik>
Abstand
Speicher <Informatik>
Optimierung
Gerade
Phasenumwandlung
Schreib-Lese-Kopf
Beobachtungsstudie
Gebäude <Mathematik>
Vorzeichen <Mathematik>
Mailing-Liste
Peer-to-Peer-Netz
Ausgleichsrechnung
Softwarewartung
Energiedichte
Rückkopplung
Benutzerschnittstellenverwaltungssystem
Rechter Winkel
Kondition <Mathematik>
Dreiecksfreier Graph
Mereologie
Hypermedia
Projektive Ebene
Wort <Informatik>
Identifizierbarkeit
Soundverarbeitung
Subtraktion
Zwei
Computeranimation
Übergang
Subtraktion
Web Site
Selbst organisierendes System
Automatische Indexierung
Datensichtgerät
Computeranimation
Gradient
Resultante
Selbst organisierendes System
Wasserdampftafel
Adressraum
Formale Sprache
Zahlenbereich
E-Mail
Raum-Zeit
Computeranimation
Übergang
Internetworking
Netzwerktopologie
Deskriptive Statistik
Erwartungswert
Arithmetische Folge
Prozess <Informatik>
Endogene Variable
Kompakter Raum
Schreib-Lese-Kopf
Inklusion <Mathematik>
Soundverarbeitung
Umwandlungsenthalpie
Videospiel
Güte der Anpassung
Mailing-Liste
Ähnlichkeitsgeometrie
Peer-to-Peer-Netz
Verschlingung
Rechter Winkel
Ein-Ausgabe
Dreiecksfreier Graph
Speicherabzug
Projektive Ebene
Wort <Informatik>
Negative Zahl
Rechter Winkel
Dreiecksfreier Graph
Computeranimation
Zahlenbereich
Peer-to-Peer-Netz
Computeranimation
Erwartungswert
Rechter Winkel
Prozess <Informatik>
Systemaufruf
Computeranimation
Internetworking
Dicke
Kondition <Mathematik>
Computeranimation
Arithmetisches Mittel
Punkt
Sichtenkonzept
Endogene Variable
Computeranimation
Instantiierung
Bit
Große Vereinheitlichung
Gewichtete Summe
Punkt
Ortsoperator
Gemeinsamer Speicher
Adressraum
Selbstrepräsentation
Gruppenkeim
t-Test
Zahlenbereich
Kombinatorische Gruppentheorie
Term
Computeranimation
Übergang
Eins
Homepage
Task
Bereichsschätzung
Beobachtungsstudie
Videospiel
Kegelschnitt
Kategorie <Mathematik>
Open Source
Peer-to-Peer-Netz
Ideal <Mathematik>
Elektronische Publikation
Arithmetisches Mittel
Rechenschieber
Datenfeld
Rechter Winkel
Mereologie
Web-Designer
Projektive Ebene
Wort <Informatik>
Ordnung <Mathematik>
Innerer Punkt
Varietät <Mathematik>
Standardabweichung
Programmiergerät
Umsetzung <Informatik>
Bit
Prozess <Physik>
Ortsoperator
Gemeinsamer Speicher
t-Test
Gruppenkeim
Zahlenbereich
Sprachsynthese
Kombinatorische Gruppentheorie
Sondierung
Computeranimation
Übergang
Internetworking
Richtung
Knotenmenge
Bereichsschätzung
Prozess <Informatik>
Bildschirmfenster
Optimierung
Softwareentwickler
Grundraum
Bildgebendes Verfahren
Schreib-Lese-Kopf
Leistung <Physik>
Expertensystem
Parametersystem
Statistik
Datennetz
Systemverwaltung
Quick-Sort
Ereignishorizont
Modallogik
Diagramm
Minimalgrad
Datenverarbeitungssystem
Festspeicher
Mereologie
Ablöseblase
Wort <Informatik>
Information
Programmierumgebung
Lesen <Datenverarbeitung>
COM

Metadaten

Formale Metadaten

Titel The Fraud Police are Coming: Work, Leadership, and Imposter Syndrome
Serientitel DjangoCon US 2016
Teil 07
Anzahl der Teile 52
Autor Clark, Amanda
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Unported:
Sie dürfen das Werk bzw. den Inhalt zu jedem legalen und nicht-kommerziellen Zweck nutzen, verändern und in unveränderter oder veränderter Form vervielfältigen, verbreiten und öffentlich zugänglich machen, sofern Sie den Namen des Autors/Rechteinhabers in der von ihm festgelegten Weise nennen und das Werk bzw. diesen Inhalt auch in veränderter Form nur unter den Bedingungen dieser Lizenz weitergeben.
DOI 10.5446/32721
Herausgeber DjangoCon US
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
Sprache Englisch

Inhaltliche Metadaten

Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract What is imposter syndrome? It's a failure to internalize your accomplishments. It's the nagging feeling you don't know enough, haven't done enough, don't have enough experience to do your job, land a new account, publish a new paper. It's feeling like a fraud and that you're about to be found out. The term was coined in a study by Pauline Rose Clance & Suzanne Imes in 1978 having to do with the habits and behaviors of high-achieving women, but it's recently become a hot topic in tech and career conversations - with good reason. Who does it affect? Originally a phenomenon studied among women in academic fields, studies (and anecdotal evidence) have shown it affects just about everyone. Sheryl Sandberg, Meryl Streep, and Maya Angelou have all commented about their own experiences with imposter syndrome. After we've asked, so have most of our friends and colleagues. We combine research with personal experience to provide the Big Six signs you might have imposter syndrome, so you can recognize the symptoms in yourself. How is it affecting me? Imposter syndrome can make us feel like we need to be super-people, adding and adding to our goals each day, with no end in sight. It means we might be less likely to raise our hands for new projects because we don't think we know enough. It might keep us from speaking up in meetings, seeking promotions, or talking at conferences. It can bring feelings of self-doubt, anxiety, fear, alienation, isolation, shame or despair. It can be paralyzing to a person's career. Does it get better? Thanks to the Dunning-Kruger effect, the more you learn, the more you realize how much you don't know. When combined with the imposter syndrome associated with increasing achievements over time, it usually gets worse. But...there's good news. Through identifying specific components of imposter syndrome, you can sort out what's a real area for improvement and what's mostly anxiety. Dealing with imposter syndrome is often part of the price of doing new, exciting things. We can help you figure out to cope. This talk will also help you recognize imposter syndrome in friends, colleagues, and employees, and we'll help you think about how to best support them. (Hint: responding with compliments does more harm than good.) By the end of our talk, you'll to learn how you can leverage the feelings of imposter syndrome to become a better leader, colleague and human.

Ähnliche Filme

Loading...