Chris Hester will be giving a presentation at TCUK18 entitled “The Successful Fraud”.
Have you ever avoided applying for a job because you didn’t feel qualified? Or submitted a project while sure the feedback would be horrible? Imposter syndrome is typically defined as feelings of fraud and self-doubt, and most of us have experienced it at some point.
In this session, we’ll look at types and examples of imposter syndrome, how it hinders and helps us, and techniques for managing it. By understanding how imposter syndrome works against us and learning how to make it work for us, we can deal with these feelings, be more productive, and feel confident in our accomplishments.
Chris is also giving a workshop at TCUK18: The Build-a-Workshop Workshop.
About Chris Hester
Chris is the founder of Red Desk Studio, an STC Fellow, and a fair-weather cyclist. She has delivered successful content strategy, training, and knowledge management projects to a variety of clients, including those in the advertising, construction management, entertainment, and healthcare industries. She has been actively involved in the technical communication community as a volunteer and academic mentor, and has presented at events such as the STC Summit, the TCUK conference, and LavaCon.