Howdy! I know you’re here looking for how to boost self-confidence at work.
I want to provide you some guidance in that area and even a free guide, which you can get down below.
Self-confidence at work can be elusive, but it comes down to three primary things.
1. How to boost self-confidence at work with clarity of purpose
The first thing is Clarity of Purpose.
Q: What is it that you’re trying to accomplish at work?
We often run short of confidence when we don’t understand our job, or when we’re not committed to our job or our company.
What is your purpose?
Do you want to get promoted, change careers, or just keep your job and survive day-to-day?
It can be difficult to feel confident about something if you don’t understand it, or if you are not fully committed to it, or if you are not clear about exactly what you are trying to achieve.
This key element is often missing when people do not have a positive experience at work or when our employees are not performing at their best. It’s an important factor to consider.
2. How to boost self-confidence at work with great relationships
The second thing is developing and having great relationships with the people you work with, including your peers, your boss, and your direct reports.
Your confidence is boosted when you are working with people who understand you and whom you understand, and when you have deep connections to your network.
It’s easier to feel like people have your back and you’re part of the in-group when you have something in common regarding what you’re doing and how it’s going.
Q: Have you ever felt like an outsider at work?
If you haven’t felt confident in those moments, I guarantee it’s because you don’t feel connected to the people you work with. It’s critical to get connected to people, and to continually find ways to do that.
Relationship skills are an important element, and thankfully these skills are trainable. There are hundreds and thousands of people around the world who specialize in relationship coaching and counseling.
Unfortunately, too often relationships and relationship skills are overlooked at work. In fact, relationships are disregarded and trampled by some work environments, cultures, and management styles.
Relationships are important, and are learnable. Having great relationships at work is key number two of how to boost self-confidence at work.
3. How to boost self-confidence at work with leadership skills
The third element is to be in an environment where leadership is present, where you have a good relationship, and where you’re respected and trusted by leaders.
Sometimes leadership in the organization isn’t strong, and you don’t have a good relationship with people in leadership roles, and trust and respect aren’t present.
However, leadership can start with you. Leadership MUST start with you. Leadership always starts with you.
Even the lowest person on the totem pole needs to bring leadership into the area they manage.
You can bring leadership to your area if you know why you are there and what you are there to accomplish, and you have some commitment to that, and you have relationships that are working. You can bring a sense of empowerment and authority. You’ll feel like you are a part of something important and are making things happen.
Those are three ways to boost self-confidence at work.
How to boost self-confidence at work in 90 minutes
Download the Strategy Guide linked below.
Answer the questions in the Life Purpose Blueprint. There’s four kinds of questions. You’ll have much more clarity about what you’re doing and why. You’ll be well on your way to having a really large boost in confidence.
How to boost self-confidence at work with the Life Purpose Blueprint
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