Resiliency is the measure of an executive’s acceptance of realities and, beyond that, the ability to drive business results in this complex world. It has become so critical to executive performance.
There is a close connection between Confidence and Resiliency. A recent Forbes blog focused on Confidence as being one of the most important business skills. It goes on to cite examples highlighting the outcomes of business leaders who feel confident, such as “leading your team more effectively”. Confidence is evident in Leaders who demonstrate Resiliency. Leaders who accept realities, overcome challenges, lead their teams more effectively and drive better business outcomes.
The blog also describes 4 effective methods to developing confidence — one of those being, a commitment to continuous learning. Leaders who demonstrate a high degree of Agility are constantly learning from experiences and adjust their approach, methods and style to different situations or environments thus displaying confidence in their ability to succeed.
Developing Confidence just doesn’t happen; Leaders need to commit to developing themselves starting with gaining a greater self-awareness. Once leaders have greater self-awareness they will display more Confidence and ultimately become more Resilient and Agile.