WOM1905. Core Confidence

Track: 
Emerging Leader Track
Field of Study: 
Personal Development
CPE Credit: 
1.5
Knowledge Level & Prerequisite: 
Intermediate (3-5 years in the profession)
Advanced Preparation: 
None

Wednesday, November 6, 2019
 
4:15PM-5:30PM

What is standing in the way of creating the career and life you’re aiming for? Research has found there’s a common thread for men and women as they move through their career, particularly as they head into their late twenties and beyond. Confidence impacts many aspects of our careers and lives including our ability to:
• Negotiate a pay raise or more flexible work arrangements
• Ask for a promotion or apply for a progression opportunity
• Challenge a stakeholder or call out unacceptable behavior
But what is confidence? How does a lack of confidence play out in the workplace and what can you do to start to better understand your internal sources of confidence?

Research continually confirms that many young professionals blame confidence as the reason they are not achieving their goals in career and life and it's time to do something about it. This 75-minute session will explore both the external and internal dimensions of confidence and share strategies to proactively and sustainably connect with your core confidence to enhance performance both personally and professionally.
Learning Objectives:

  • Defined and explored their relationship with confidence
  • Understand where a lack of confidence may be holding them back
  • Identify strategies and tools to support them reconnect and commit to an ACT of confidence


SESSION SPEAKER(S)

Author and Speaker | Core Confidence
PFS
Author and Speaker | Core Confidence