During this episode, we chat with Dr. Ruth Gotian who is a Chief Learning Officer and Assistant professor of Education in anesthesiology. She is a contributor to Forbes and Psychology Today where she writes about “optimizing success”.
During this episode, we chat with Dr. Ruth Gotian who is a Chief Learning Officer and Assistant professor of Education in anesthesiology. She is a contributor to Forbes and Psychology Today where she writes about “optimizing success.” She works with high performers and understands how it feels to be a high performer—yet still has Imposter Syndrome.
Dr. Gotian is a wealth of information because of her research conducted while working with high performers. Ruth shares her personal experience with dealing with imposter syndrome and what she did to overcome it. This is an insightful and thought-provoking segment you don’t want to miss. It’s all about keeping the basics simple and knowing when to say no and set boundaries.
Dr. Ruth Gotian, Chief Learning Officer, Weill Cornell Medicine (@RuthGotian on Twitter)
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