Performance and confidence are closely correlated, and research shows that people function best when they expect to succeed. Essentially, confidence is knowing what you’re good at, the value you provide, and acting in a way that conveys that to those around you. Those with lower levels of confidence tend to hold negative beliefs about themselves and limit their abilities; as a result, they often engage in unhelpful behaviours which detrimentally impact their relationships and performance. On the contrary, those with higher levels of confidence have the capacity to live more effective and fulfilling lives, both in and out of the workplace. They are more assertive, open to engaging in challenging projects, will push personal boundaries and strive to achieve new goals. In addition, they are clear communicators and can lead, delegate and motivate others effectively.
This workshop will give participants the opportunity to understand the difference between self-esteem and self-confidence and discover the characteristics of people with higher and lower confidence. Participants will understand how they can build confidence and learn how to create a Confidence Action Plan.