Authenticity can be defined as being and acting consistent with who you hold yourself out to be for others and who you hold yourself to be for yourself. So, while impostor syndrome and authenticity are not mutually exclusive, they can certainly feel that way. (Credit: Vasyl/Adobe Stock) Authenticity can be defined as being and acting consistent with who you hold yourself out to be for others and who you hold yourself to be for yourself. So, while impostor syndrome and authenticity are not mutually exclusive, they can certainly feel that way. (Credit: Vasyl/Adobe Stock)

The return to the physical workplace seems to be bringing about a resurgence of "impostor syndrome," even as there is an increase in the desire for personal authenticity.

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