In this two-hour session, we will:
• Learn how to identify the right level of confidence for a given task.
• Identify sources of confidence we can rely on and ways of coping with anxiety.
• Learn how to overcome setbacks and remain confident when things get tough.
• Explore how our personal histories may be unhelpfully determining the level of confidence we bring to tasks.
What characterises mastery of this skill?
Employees with high levels of confidence are able to openly demonstrate their skills and celebrate everyone’s successes. They speak up to negative ‘inner voices’ that so often are the source of self-criticism holding us back from our potential. When it comes to new projects and challenges at work, they are optimistic and realistic about pursuing goals.
What characterises a lack of this skill?
Employees with a lack of confidence are usually more likely to self-sabotage. They have a tendency to catastrophise the consequences of mistakes or setbacks. Due to feelings of inadequacy, they might find it hard to stick to deadlines and hesitate to deliver results. Publicly presenting their work is often a significant challenge.
“I learned about self-sabotage and identifying personal barriers to my success”
“I’m more understanding of the fact that that confidence issues are shared by everyone, and that positive thoughts should be emphasised everyday”
“How very little can be done under the spirit of fear.” — Florence Nightingale
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