The Science of Self Confidence: Helping Leaders Gain and Demonstrate the Confidence They Need to Succeed
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About the Event
Tricia Naddaff is the President at Management Research Group, an international leader in creating transformational developmental assessments and conducting extensive research in the areas of Leadership, Sales and Career
Tricia works extensively with MRG’s worldwide network of consultants and clients providing thought leadership and coaching to assist in their development work with both individuals and organizations. Tricia speaks globally to audiences who want to increase the positive impact they have in their organizations and the world around them. A contributing author to the book “Enlightened Power” and a TEDx speaker, Tricia has a particular interest in engaging in the exploration of gender in leadership, leading authentically, shared leadership, and cultivating wisdom, courage and compassion in organizations.
While leadership is sometimes called a “soft skill” we know well the damage poor leadership does to organizations and even nations. In this session we’ll explore: 1. – Approaches to leadership that signal self confidence (and how perceived self confidence differs from felt self confidence) 2. – The good and the bad of how entrepreneurial leadership differs from leadership in conventional organizations 3. – What leadership approaches put you and others at risk for failing as a leader