Stuck vs. Self-Actualizing: The Difference Is In Two Types of High Confidence. Find Out Yours!
Online • April 16, 2019
In this Jam Session, we'll discuss why many competent and conscientious women are feeling stuck and unhappy not only at work but in their lives and relationships as well.
Tuesday, April 16, 2019 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
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Are you putting in your everything and still not experiencing the joy or growth that you want to see in your work? Do you become your own worst enemy when you fail or receive negative feedback and push yourself harder so it never happens again? In this one-hour Jam Session, Homaira Kabir will share why many competent and conscientious women are feeling stuck and unhappy not only at work but in their lives and relationships as well.
She will also share practical and evidence based tools to help you develop:
- the courage to speak up and take risks
- the perspective to learn from mistakes and criticism
- the binding (and often missing) glue of healthy relationships
It will help you greatly to take this free self-worth (https://www.homairakabir.com/quiz-confidence-begin/) quiz before you attend the session. Bring your results with you!
Homaira Kabir is a women's wellbeing and leadership coach who specializes in helping women navigate the challenges of success at work and fulfillment in life by growing an authentic sense of self-worth. She has done many years of psychological research on women's confidence in the workplace and on the critical difference between two types of high confidence - one that leads to stuck-ness and the other to self-actualization. She has also developed a pioneering model of Authentic Confidence that she has tested in psychological trials with hundreds of women around the world. Her special-sauce is her ability to expand client's perspectives, think bigger than the problem, and rise to the highest version of themselves.
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