We believe that confidence isn’t some innate personality trait that you’re born with. It’s a state of being. In the same way you can be sad one minute and happy the next, you can lack confidence now but be full of confidence later.
Having the facility to be confident and assertive in most situations is extremely liberating. In the workplace it can mean that important ideas and information doesn’t go unheard, that individuals employed to fulfil certain duties can feel empowered to do so.
Something we believe is that not only is confidence a state rather than an intrinsic attribute—you could be confident in chess but not so in Backgammon—but that confidence doesn’t necessarily have to “come from within,” whatever that means. Competency and group dynamics are just a few ways in which we help you and your team become more confident generally.
What’s to be Gained
- Confidence, of course, to make sure that you are seen and heard
- An understanding into how group dynamics come into play with building confidence across the board
Most Useful For
- Individuals and teams that work interdepartmentally and need to make sure that their contribution is heard and understood by peers in other departments
- Those in management roles that need to either encourage staff to take more initiative or be and appear more confident towards their staff