In March, the topic “Leadership Imposter Syndrome” was discussed on the monthly radio talk show.
Imposter Syndrome is one of the main barriers preventing leaders from reaching their full potential even when they possess other skill sets, experience, or training.
Research shows that over 70% of people reported feeling like an imposter at some point in their careers. This was also expressed by listeners on the radio show who confirmed that they experience this even when they had no idea that there was a term for the condition. The term is defined as the persisting feeling of inadequateness, despite real success – a phenomenon wherein successful people doubt their competence.
Featured guests were Kehole Enya (Esq.), Human Rights Lawyer, and Blessed Chinatu Orji, a writer, and poet. They were joined by Joshua Ogar, programmes coordinator of The Bridge Leadership Foundation.
You can catch up with the conversation on Facebook by following this link: https://fb.watch/c5i2XxHDtz/
The monthly radio talk show holds every second Monday of the month. Tune in to Hit 95.9 FM Calabar @hitfmcalabar on Mondays, at 2.30 pm.