Workers call for more training to help them lose fear of being 'found out'

Workers call for more training to help them lose fear of being 'found out'

67% of staff consistently feel ‘out of their depth’ at work, new research from the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) has found.

Two in five respondents also confessed to using buzz words with absolutely no idea what they actually mean.

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Comments (1)

  • Lisa Hyland
    Lisa Hyland
    Thu, 21 Apr 2016 12:09pm BST
    Interesting article bringing to our attention a very widespread issue in the workplace. Extra training for confidence is definitely part of the answer but I think low self esteem and negative mindset can also be a contributing factor and job training alone may not fully address this. Negative beliefs and fear can continue to pollute the employees potential. Add some resilience/mindset management training to the job training and you will have a better solution longer term for your teams.

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