at Work

Have you lost your confidence at work?

If you have, you’re not the only one …

  • Maybe you’re a manager who wants to be able to give feedback without being afraid of the consequences.
  • Maybe you’re an employee who is so nervous about how your colleagues will react to what you have to say that it’s holding you back from speaking out (or from taking the opportunity to present).
  • Or maybe you’re in a new role and just aren’t sure how to start contributing in a meaningful way.
  • Or have you started your own business and you’re feeling overwhelmed. You didn’t want to be a salesman and every time you get asked to present or network you feel a little less capable.
  • Is it your self-esteem holding you back?

    You've got so much to offer, but sometimes it feels like the best parts of you are hidden away.

    Deep down, there's a part of you that knows: You're capable of so much more.

    Something is holding you back and you want to move forward; you’re just not sure how.

    Well, you’re in the right place!

    Whether you want to stand up and speak out, have more impact and influence or just feel more confident walking into a room full of strangers I offer a range of services designed specifically for helping people like you to build their confidence and get ahead in the workplace.

    You may not know how to start, just yet, but that feeling of lost confidence is one you can get rid of. And I can help!

    Whether you know what you’re doing and just want more impact or you worry that you don’t come across as the person you know you can be … I can show you how to regain the confidence to be seen and heard.

    I'll help bring out the best parts of who you are (no pretending to be someone else) so you can show up as the best version of you.

    Let me start by sharing some practical tips

    1. Imagine that there is a string running through your body from the ground and someone taller than you is pulling it so your back straightens. Sitting or standing with a better posture will not just make you look more alert but it will also help you to feel more confident.
    2. Remember to breathe! Breathing deep breaths will help to keep you calm and allow you to think more effectively. If you are stressed your options diminish so keeping calm will help you to come up with more solutions to any situation at work.
    3. Look around. If you are under attack, you would look directly at the source of danger. So don’t stare at your screen – use your peripheral vision while you breathe deeply.
    4. When you don’t feel confident you may very well fold your arms, cross your legs and make yourself as small as you can. If you do, you will feel even less confident and want to take fewer risks, so try to ‘unwind’ to break the cycle.

    There is much more information on the website - have a look around. There are lots of articles and videos with tips in the blog section and free resources you can access.

    Free challenge to boost your confidence

    Why don’t you start by signing up for the Free Communication Challenge.

    Over the course of the next 5 days, you’ll get a tip on:

  • Communicating on the phone.
  • Overcoming mumbling or not being clear in what you say.
  • Presenting at an online meeting.
  • Persuading others. And,
  • Increasing your authority.
  • Simple to use techniques that will help you to be seen and heard more easily, helping you to communicate more effectively and be more confident at work.

    Every morning you’ll receive an email with a link to a video that will last just a few minutes and explain a common problem, the solution and a way you can implement the tip.

    Don't you wonder, sometimes, if you can be more?

    Let me show you how you can!

    Boost your confidence in just 5 days!

    Register to receive five quick techniques to help you to be seen and heard more easily at work and communicate with greater affect.

    From looking good online to influencing others and having more authority; small changes that make a huge difference.