compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
During my twelve year career as a stockbroker (which strangely enough happened to coincide exactly with what Gordon Brown called ‘the age of irresponsibility’!) I received annual bonuses which grew from £14,000 to £500,000 in an almost perfect straight line.
During those boom times I never once felt that what I was doing justified the cash my gormless bosses threw at me and found it almost unbelievable that they kept doing so year in year out. With hindsight I suffered from something psychobabble aficionados refer to as ‘imposter syndrome’ throughout my entire City career.
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