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Teacher Terms Translated to Corporate Learning and Development | 25
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Imposterism, or feeling like a fraud, is real and present in the business world. It is not a disease or an abnormality, but can have a harmful impact on job performance and satisfaction, and eventually cause burnout. Today I talk about what to do when you feel like a fraud.
In this episode, I talk to Lee Carlson. Lee is a former high school teacher in New York City and member of IDOL courses Academy. She now works as an instructional designer as a contractor for a large tech company. She discusses how she transitioned from teaching to her current role.
Have you ever been in a meeting just nodding along, listening to what everyone is saying and all of a sudden, someone says a word that you have never heard before? Yet everyone else seems to know exactly what is going on? Today, I’m diving into a fun topic that many of us can relate to – translating teacher terms into the corporate world.