By Author Marshall Goldsmith
Shared from LinkedIn
For many leaders, especially those just starting out, exhibiting confidence and strength in their role as leader is something that they often tell me they would like to develop. They know, and rightly so, that self-confidence and self-esteem are important qualities of great leaders.
Following are seven simple suggestions that I give leaders and potential leaders who want to be collaborative and authentic and at the same time exhibit more self-confidence at work.
- Decide if you really want to be a leader.