“I shouldn’t really be here” says @timeshighered

Been thinking about ‘Imposter Syndrome’ etc a lot recently, so here’s an interesting story from Times Higher Education about so many academics feeling like frauds: On a recent train commute to work, a young man, seeing me editing some documents, asked me what work I did. I told him that I was a university lecturer. “That must be a […]

Imposter Syndrome via @oliverburkeman

I’ve been thinking about Imposter Syndrome a lot recently – particularly in relation to the debates about why there are less women speakers – where I think the problems start far lower down than up in the speaker arena, and we need groups such as ‘Gathering of Women Leaders‘ who are offering spaces for women to […]