Confidence, a state of mind, is more important than past accuracy or demonstrated expertise in earning trust. And, in repeated studies, it is a greater predictor of success than competence. What diminishes confidence, and what can you do to boost your own confidence?
Guest Blogger: David Krueger MD At a recent World Economic Forum, eight Nobel Prize winners were asked the question, “What do you see as the world’s biggest challenges?” While the discussions touched on over-population, unemployment, environment, and inequality, the central theme was that we don’t make a connection between our current behavior and the future […]
Guest Blogger: Paul McGinniss, PCC (ICF) MSHR Director, Training & Delivery North America NeuroLeadership Group The old adage, “The only constant is change,” needs an update. Instead, it should read, “The only constant is resistance to change.” You can find numerous approaches to instituting, implementing, overcoming, incorporating, and enabling change. The challenge is: if you’re not […]
Guest Blogger: Paul McGinniss, PCC (ICF) MSHR Director, Training & Delivery – North America NeuroLeadership Group We all know change is hard but it is not often we think about why it is so hard. Recent findings from the field of neuroscience are helping to explain this phenomenon and offering ways to manage change more effectively. […]