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Self Confidence is Only Half the Equation: Enhancing Your Client’s Confidence
April 18 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
April 18 @ 6 – 8 pm
This topic transcends all genres of coaching. Join Michael Seitchik, Ed.D., Director of Research and Assessment for Bates Communications in this interactive presentation about the important differences between self-confidence and perceived, or social confidence.
- Understand the difference between self-confidence and social confidence and why it matters
- Learn about the specific behaviors that enhance the perception of being seen as confident
- Collect some best practices on how to apply these learnings with your coaching clients.
Michael will review and invite discussion about his research into perceived confidence, based on the Bates Executive Presence Index (ExPI™), a validated, multi-rater, leadership feedback survey.
For example, what group of three factors in the ExPI™ listed below are most correlated with leaders who are perceived to be highly confident:
- Group A
- Group B
The answer might surprise you!
He will also present his findings on how women and men are similar and different when it comes to perceived confidence.
Earn 1.5 CCEUS.
At Bates, we help organizations bridge the gap from strategy to execution to accelerate business results. We bridge that gap through consulting, facilitation, leadership assessment, executive coaching and leadership development programs. As experts in communicative leadership, we help senior leaders and teams drive strategic execution by engaging, aligning, inspiring, and moving people to act.