Toby Wilman: Battling Imposter Syndrome
In our very first episode, we’re kicking things off with the insanely inspiring Head of Talent and Community at Infinity Works, Toby Wilman!
We sit down with Toby to discuss the growth of Infinity Works industry-renowned DevOps Battle Royale event series, tackling the challenges around STEM, how to attract and retain talent, the importance of opening up, what he’s learned through his personal journey with anxiety and battling imposter syndrome!
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