Cultivating Authentic Confidence

How can you help your people discover what is showing up in their interactions with others? How can you be certain that what they have identified is helpful? Most importantly, how do you guide them once they have identified an area that needs improvement?

William Zyzo, Managing Director of Z&A Knowledge Solutions, addressed these questions at a workshop entitled “Cultivating Authentic Confidence: What shows up when your people show up?” held at the AmCham Taipei’s Lincoln Room on November 29. Following small group discussions, Zyzo used video-taped interactions by such famous leaders as Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, and Phil Schiller to demonstrate different levels of confidence, and how the way we think about ourselves directly affects the quality of our confidence and how others perceive us. Participants learned the importance of building authentic confidence and acknowledging areas that need improvement to ensure the reputation and success of an organization as a whole.

Agenda included:

  • What is authentic confidence? Where, when, and how does it show up in interactions?
  • What impact does it have on how others perceive your team members?
  • How do you help your team members discover their authentic confidence?
  • How do you guide them to cultivate authentic confidence?

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