Supervision can help you leverage your imposter, argues Maria Gray in the latest column from the Association of Coaching Supervisors

  In my coaching supervision practice I often come across the phenomenon of “intense thoughts of intellectual and/or professional fraudulence despite verifiable achievements” (Clance & Imes, 1978) – a so-called imposter phenomenon. It’s a common pattern I observe among fellow coaches. In this article I explore how the imposter feelings can play out in one’s coaching practice and the role that supervision...

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