Tricia Naddaff is the President at Management Research Group, an international leader in creating transformational developmental assessments and conducting extensive research in the areas of Leadership, Sales and Career Development/Personal Growth.
Tricia works extensively with MRG’s worldwide network of consultants and clients providing thought leadership and coaching to assist in their development work with both individuals and organizations. Tricia speaks globally to audiences who want to increase the positive impact they have in their organizations and the world around them. A contributing author to the book “Enlightened Power” and a TEDx speaker, Tricia has a particular interest in engaging in the exploration of gender in leadership, leading authentically, shared leadership, and cultivating wisdom, courage and compassion in organizations.
Leaders know that feeling and demonstrating self-confidence is critical for success in the workplace. Self-confidence can influence motivation to set stretch goals, learn new skills, and develop in areas they find challenging. But what does self-confidence look like in the real world?
In a new global study, we looked at more than 4,000 leaders to discover what kinds of behaviors demonstrate self-confidence to those around them – and what behaviors undermine the appearance of self-confidence.