Women Who Lead Episode 6: Imposter Syndrome & the Importance of Vulnerability

Women Who Lead Episode 6 is here: Imposter Syndrome & the Importance of Vulnerability.

This episode interviews Martine Zimmerman. Martine is a Pharmaceuticals Director, with 25 years of experience in drug development and Regulatory affairs in all sectors: (NCE, vaccines, biotechnology) and for all regions of the world: USA, Europe, Japan rest of the world.

It is estimated that 70% of individuals will experience signs and symptoms of imposter phenomenon at one stage in their life. This can be a result of a new academic or professional setting. Imposter Syndrome is a fear of inadequacy and self-doubt, that evolves around the individual feeling fraudulent in their professional environment. Listen to Martine and Leanne in this challenging, and inspiring episode.

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Women Who Lead is a podcast mini-series, part of Med-Tech Talks, a podcast hosted by Xplore Life Science, part of Source Group International – dedicated to showcasing success stories of exceptional careers across Technology & Life Sciences.

 

 

 

 

 

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