Imposter Syndrome is a perceived fraudulence that disproportionately affects highly-successful individuals, making them doubt their own self-worth and abilities, affecting individuals in their professional, social and personal lives. For a professional, this can feel like a lack of confidence or an inability to find one’s voice. It is the reason many brilliant ideas get stifled, stuck in their creator’s mind, never to be expressedor executed.
Follow Reem Masouda, Director of Communication and Public Relations at the Middle East and North Africa Public Relations Academy, with Dubai TV today about the UAE’s support for smart cities by investing in human capital and modern communication technologies
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