Give your People Self-Confidence
- When self-confidence runs amok. Fisher, Leo D'Angelo // BRW;9/2/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 34, p37
The article reports on the results of a study by the Melbourne Business School which concluded that excessive self-confidence in two or more employees can cause a team to self-destruct.
- You'll Have More Confidence by the Time You Finish This Article. Meade, Robin // Glamour;Jun2010, Vol. 108 Issue 6, p154
This article offers advice for women on how to develop confidence in the workplace, with mention of accepting compliments, interviewing, and pursuing projects.
- Look on the sunny side. Glover, Carol // People Management;4/18/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p48
Provides information on Happiness Project, an initiative to improve personal morale and confidence of employees in Great Britain. Features of the project's Web site; Influence of stress on job performance and personality; Benefits from the initiative.
- Overcoming your fear so you can work a room. Brown, Doug // Fort Worth Business Press;2/14/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p9
Presents tips in overcoming the fear experienced by an employee while meeting fellow professionals in a gatherings. Lack of self-confidence; Approach in having a good conversation.
- Creating self confidence. Wiesner, Pat // Colorado Business Magazine;Nov98, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p9
Opinion. Offers advice in giving self confidence to workers. Assistance of employees in the right direction; Encouraging employees to do challenging tasks; Creation of a reputation as a trainer.
- Start on the career ladder by giving yourself a push. Willis, Elizabeth // Accountancy;Jun83, Vol. 94 Issue 1078, p56
Deals with women who feel they have more to give, and more to get, from their work but are unsure what to do about it. Myths about women at work; Career development tips; Way of building self-confidence.
- New Trainers: Gaining Self-Confidence and Respect. Gorovitz, Elizabeth Shey // Training & Development Journal;Jun82, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p34
Examines how new employee trainers gain self-confidence and respect at work. Development of credibility; Issues in technical training.
- First class coach. Kennett, Miranda // Management Today;Jul2001, p92
Offers advice to a newly hired employee who was earlier made redundant in his previous company, on how he can regain his lost confidence. Fresh opportunity in the new job; Making a list of what he would like to change; Supplanting negative feelings with positive ones.
- How to fill a star employee's shoes. Del Col, Caroline Schaefer // Glamour;Jul2003, Vol. 101 Issue 7, p110
Provides tips for employees to perform well at work. Knowledge about office culture; Emphasis on individual work-related skills; Display of self-confidence.