Leaders know that feeling and demonstrating self-confidence is critical for success in the workplace.
Self-confidence can influence motivation to set stretch goals, learn new skills, and develop in areas they find challenging. But what does self-confidence look like in the real world? Is feeling confident enough, or does a leader need to be perceived as confident in order to reap the benefits?
New research from MRG sheds light on this provocative topic.
This research summary offers detailed data behind the MRG research webinar of the same name.