Employees are an essential part of any team. (In fact, they are the team!) When they reach their full potential, the workplace becomes a more collaborative, productive environment where business goals are more easily met. Helping your team members reach their potential involves a blend of management and leadership skills.
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Have you ever felt like you were physically “there” during a conversation with someone, but not quite present with them?
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We all have aspirations for the future—for who we want to become and what we want to accomplish as we grow throughout our personal and professional lives.
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On a scale from 1–10, how much burnout would you say you’ve experienced in the last two years?
Would you rather be liked or respected in your role as a leader? Is one ‘better’ than the other?
Confidence is an essential quality in the modern workplace. It can have a substantial impact on your ability to voice your ideas, and play an empowered role in your career trajectory and professional development. It’s also important to remember that a lack of confidence is not an inherent flaw. In fact, it’s totally understandable! Many people are prone to second-guessing themselves and keeping quiet—especially among large groups, when talking to leadership, when starting in a new role, or joining a new organization. Even those with years of experience can experience a lack of confidence at work.