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5 Strategies to Coach Confidence

By Tim Hagen on Wed,Sep 05,2018 @ 10:30 AM

Confidence is a very brittle thing and can be broken in an instant. One of the most fundamental examples of this is when people role-play or practice inside a corporate meeting. After the practice session is completed feedback is provided and for whatever reason people seem to unload on constructive feedback. They will provide one or two things the person did well and then lead with the phrase such as "here is what I would do if I were you" and then they begin to provide multiple counts of constructive feedback. Rarely do people ever leave these meetings invigorated and the proof is when role-playing or practice is announced most people usually roll their eyes and dread the thought of doing it but why? These sessions indicate people typically do not have confidence associated with practice just due to the nature of how the feedback is provided.

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Encourage Managers to Coach Managers

By Tim Hagen on Mon,Jul 04,2016 @ 09:44 AM

Use these ideas to help encourage your managers to coach today!

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Confidence - It's a personal thing

By Katie Allbee on Fri,May 06,2016 @ 09:35 AM

Have you ever had a friend or coworker that seemed to have it all, the great job, loving family, nice car, you name it? Has that same person still, despite all of their assets, lacked confidence? You can try telling that person that they have every reason to be confident in their life, many times having things that others only dream of having. It comes down to one simple fact: Confidence can’t be bestowed on someone; they have to foster it themselves. Just like Maria, from the Sound of Music, motivation comes from within. We all understand that confidence in your job leads to many successes, from pay to simply job satisfaction.

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I Have Confidence... Or Do I?

By Tim Hagen on Mon,Oct 26,2015 @ 01:26 PM


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Coaching to Increase Confidence

By Jordan Schmitz on Fri,Jul 10,2015 @ 09:29 AM

Mary comes into work every day and is motivated, engaged, has a good attitude, and is ready to tackle any project that might come her way.

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