Learn how to leverage confidence for improved performance and greater career outcomes.
Skill and motivation are driving factors in career success. But most people plateau professionally despite their talent. Confidence, as another essential success factor, is often overlooked.
Business literature abounds with articles on this topic, but this insightful presentation takes you to the source. Dynamic presenter and world-renowned expert on the topic of confidence Professor Alex Stajkovic of the Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin–Madison shares what research reveals about confidence in the workplace and the role it can have in helping you reach your full potential.
Professor Stajkovic regularly advises C-suite professionals and key leaders at global companies on the link between confidence and performance. In this webinar, Professor Stajkovic addresses confidence as a natural versus a developed skill. He will also explore how confidence manifests differently in men and women, and he will address the implications of overconfidence.
Alex Stajkovic, Ph.D., MA, M. Keith Weikel Distinguished chair in leadership, is world renowned for his research on leadership and organizational behavior, including his expertise on the topic of confidence. Stajkovic is associate professor of management and human resources at the Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and teaches in the Wisconsin Evening and Executive Programs. His dynamic and energetic presentation style have earned him numerous teaching awards. He has been published in leading psychology and management journals and is one of the most cited scholars in the field.
In addition to being widely published, Stajkovic has served on the editorial boards of numerous management and human resources journals and is a member of the Advisory Council of Harvard Business Review. He has conducted more than 30 executive education seminars and consulting programs globally with prominent corporations such as Allergan, Johnson Controls, Lands’ End, and Thermo Fisher Scientific.