Why Confidence is Required to Be a Successful Leader

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To be successful in almost anything requires confidence, leadership included. 

Brand new research from Predictive Index’s 2021 People Management Report asked a series of questions around what makes a world-class manager. They found that the #1 skill employees value from their managers is confidence.

Most people know confidence is essential, but it’s fascinating to learn how important it is in today’s business environment. 

I asked Blake Bozarth why confidence is so critical for leaders today, and he said, “If you don’t have confidence in yourself, how can anyone else? When you’re confident in who you are, your gifts and strengths, and the mission you’re on, it’s contagious.” To take Bozarth’s wise words a step further, confidence breeds followership and increases influence. 

Confidence breeds followership and increases influence

As easy as this is to say, everyone from Olympic Athletes to high-performing CEO’s has struggled with confidence at one time or another. The reason is simple, most people don’t know what it is, what it isn’t, and how to develop it.  

What’s Confidence and How is it Developed?

Henry Ford famously said, “Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you are right.” Ford was talking about confidence, which is best defined as the belief in oneself and one’s ability to succeed. It comes from a Latin word meaning “to have full trust.”

Confidence is not cockiness or arrogance. It is not masking gaps inside by portraying something different on the outside. Confidence in leadership isn’t ‘Every team member loves me,’ confidence is ‘I will be a great leader to them even if they don’t.’

Confidence in leadership isn’t ‘Every team member loves me,’ confidence is ‘I will be a great leader to them even if they don’t.’

I have learned studying, coaching, and working with great leaders is confidence is built through consistent daily repetition. On a recent episode of The Ringers, “Flying Coach Podcast” with Sean McVay, Pittsburgh Steeler Head Coach Mike Tomlin described perfectly how confidence is developed, “confidence is steeped in the work.”

Here are a few proven strategies if you are ready to do the work required to build authentic confidence as a leader that will attract people to follow you.

1. Visualize Yourself as a Great Leader.

The mind is a powerful thing. Every achievement started as an idea and a vision in someone’s mind. What I have learned is, how leaders think about themselves will shape their future. 

How leaders think about themselves will shape their future.

The Journal of Consulting Psychology outlined an experimental study of visualization techniques, and the results were pretty amazing. They studied two groups of job seekers. Both groups were exposed to the same career counseling and interview coaching, but the second group also learned visualization techniques. 

Within two months of training, there was a 45 percent increase in the second group getting employment versus the first group. Leaving no doubt about the power of visualization. 

If you want to grow your confidence, you have to visualize yourself as a great leader first. 

2. Be Curious and Listen. 

The best leaders have wisdom to share and are fantastic problem solvers, but their curiosity and listening skills allow both of those things to come to fruition. I was a guest on The Tie Podcast, and I told host Walker Simas, “if I could impart anything on young people, it’s to be curious and to listen. You will be amazed at what happens in your life.”

Just this week, I sat in a meeting with a highly successful Vice President in a Fortune 100 company with 25 years of experience. I watched as she diligently took notes, asked curious questions, and listened for over two hours at an elite level. Not only was it impressive, but it allowed her to communicate with conviction when she spoke. 

Model your behavior after her and allow your curiosity and listening skills to build confidence daily. 

3. Leverage Specific Kinds of Daily Affirmations. 

Building confidence begins with the words you tell yourself every day because the words you say to yourself are the most important words you say. 

The words you say to yourself are the most important words you say

Affirmations are a great place to start. An affirmation is a formal declaration of emotional support or encouragement. Instead of telling yourself, “I am good enough” or “I am worthy enough,” add to the statement WHY you are good enough or WHY you are worthy. It would sound like this, “I am worthy of being a great leader because I care more about others’ success than my own.” 

4. Strengthen Your Words. 

While adding words of affirmation is a great place to start, you also must eliminate the words that protect you from failure because they are setting you up for it. 

Most managers are afraid of failure or being negatively judged for an idea. To cope, they try to soften the blow by saying, “I am going to try…” or “I might be able to…” or “We might.” Instead, replace those with courageous words like, “I am going to…” or “We will…” or “We can…”  

5. Filter The Words of Others. 

As Lou Holtz said, “You’re never as good as everyone tells you when you win, and you’re never as bad as they say when you lose.” If you rely on developing confidence from other people’s praise, you are in a dangerous spot.

Since you can’t control what others say, it’s important to take others’ words with a grain of salt. Remember, confidence comes from within, so allowing others’ words to dictate your feelings isn’t true confidence.  

Closing

Confidence is crucial for both short-term and long-term leadership success. Stop hoping or pretending you have it. Your consistent daily repetitions and steeping yourself in the hard work of leadership will provide it.

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Why the Pandemic is Creating Much Better Leaders

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Every adverse event has negative and harmful consequences. Covid-19 is no different; it has brought sickness and death along with drastically changing our way of life. But in darkness, there is always light. Even though the light might be challenging to see at times, it reveals itself over time. 

At my first live keynote since March, I told the group,

“Only leaders who are tested become great.”

This pandemic has tested us, and because of that, better leaders are being created.  

Take Jerome, a CEO at a medium-sized technology firm, as an example. Pre-covid, everything was going along fine with his company. Overall performance was at an above-average level, management was on the same page, and he felt his company had solidified itself as a market leader. Then Covid sent a wrecking ball through his industry and company. Overnight the business lost 30% of its revenue, team members transitioned to remote work, and uncertainty punctured everyone’s mind. 

It was a test Jerome wasn’t prepared to handle. He was slow to come up with a strategic pivot for the company. He began micromanaging and tracking every move the team made, and worst of all, he under communicated the economic effect on the business. What followed was a round of layoffs and a company culture that popped faster than a bag of popcorn.  

Jerome realized he couldn’t keep leading the way he had been or the results would get much worse. To his credit, he didn’t give up and decided to make some changes. He embraced technology, called on his employees to find new and innovative ways to solve customer’s problems, and worked hard on his communication skills. Slowly but surely, the company started to turn it around. They stabilized customer retention, created new revenue streams, and rebuilt their culture.  

While every leader’s story doesn’t go the exact same way, there is no doubt every leader has been tested in ways they never imagined. Here are some tests people are going through right now that are making them better leaders:  

Forced Empathy 

Empathy is one of the essential skills in modern leadership. I define it in Building the Bestas “putting yourself in someone else’s shoes and acting differently because of it.” In many ways, the pandemic has caused leaders to do things they never thought they would do and understand people at levels they never thought they would.  

Empathy is one of the essential skills in modern leadership.

There is a famous story of Bill Gates walking the parking lots of Microsoft to see which employee’s cars were there the earliest and latest each day. Most CEOs and leaders come from a world that rewarded the time you were in the office over the quality or impact of the work completed. For years employees spoke about the desire for more flexible work and control over their schedules while being ignored. While working harder than anyone else and dedicating time to your craft is essential for success, for most professions, where the work is done doesn’t matter.  

Now, their hand has been forced to accept remote work as the norm. While there are always exceptions like manufacturing, many leaders now empathize with team members’ flexible work requests because they are beginning to like it themselves.    

No Longer Taking Things for Granted

Everyone is guilty of taking things for granted. Often this comes in the form of our health, relationships, and results. Like the song goes, “You don’t know what you’ve got ‘till it’s gone.” 

We surveyed many leaders about the things they took for granted before the pandemic. Here are some of the popular things we heard. 

“I just miss going to the office.” 

“I miss being around my team members.” 

“I miss having lunch with someone other than my spouse and kids.” 

“I miss walking around without a mask.”  

While these seem trivial, they’ve changed us. Moving forward, many of the things we do will shift from “have to-do” to “want to-do.” I can’t wait for a team offsite meeting to be something people are genuinely excited to attend. I can’t wait to see executive team members make time to teach a culture class to new hires. I can’t wait to see managers praise and recognize employees for their effort and commitment to producing positive results.  

Confidence in Themselves and Others 

Confidence is the belief in one’s self and one’s ability to succeed, or what I call the “Belief of Success”. It’s built through consistent planned repetitions. When you show up and lead daily in a challenging environment, and not only survive but thrive, it builds confidence. Not just in yourself as a leader, but in team members who show up daily and put in the work.  

Leaders can’t lead without a belief in oneself and the team’s ability to be successful. 

Since only leaders who are tested become great, when you pass a test like this pandemic, it fuels confidence that will last a long time. Team members will be more courageous, solve more significant problems, and innovate like never before.  

Making Mental Health a Priority

Last and certainly not least is the awareness of mental health. In June, the CDC found that 40% of U.S. based adults reported struggling with mental health or substance abuse. While the number almost certainly has ticked up since then, it’s difficult for anyone who hasn’t struggled with mental health to empathize and properly support people who do. While not every leader has experienced this, the pandemic has brought awareness to real struggles professionals face daily.  

There will be an increase in mental health programs and support within organizations in the future. Most importantly, the bandaid will be ripped off of the negative stigma that previously came with those battling depression, loneliness, substance abuse, or anxiety. This is the first step for people who fear judgment or ridicule to step forward and seek the help they need. 

Closing

There is always light in the darkness; often, it just requires you to look hard to find it. Regardless of whether the pandemic has crushed a business or elevated it, much better leaders will emerge. For that, I am grateful. 

What are the ways this Pandemic has helped you become a better leader? Please share it in the comments section.

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About the Author: John Eades is the CEO of LearnLoft, a leadership development company helping executives and managers to lead their best. He was named one of LinkedIn’s Top Voices in Management & Workplace. John is also the author of Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others to Success. You can follow him on Instagram @johngeades.

The Essential Quality All Leaders Must Possess

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“Great leaders are self-aware and they have a strong blend of confidence and humility.”

In season 25 episode 7 we are joined by Matt Higgins. You can learn more about him here.

Matt is a noted serial entrepreneur and growth equity investor as cofounder and CEO of private investment firm RSE Ventures. He is also vice-chairman of the Miami Dolphins, a recurring Shark on ABC’s four-time Emmy-Award-winning TV show Shark Tank, and Executive Fellow at the Harvard Business School.


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The Essential Leadership Quality

There are many things a company or business can overcome but poor leadership isn’t one of them. As Matt Higgins said on the Follow My Lead Podcast, “a fish always stinks at the head.”

It turns out there is one quality that stands above the rest that Matt and other investors look for in a leader, self-awareness.

Not being self-aware as a leader will cause you to fail.

There are a couple of things Higgins looks for in leaders to determine if they are self-aware or not. “I look for blend of confidence and humility in leaders.  You have to have the confidence to be able to ask yourself if you are going in the right direction and you have to have the humility to go ahead and acknowledge it publicly.”

Don’t assume you can’t have more confidence and humility

Too often, leaders believe their strengths and weaknesses from a leadership perspective are personality traits that are set in stone. A great example of this came from Mel Robbins on Tom Bilyeu’s show Impact Theory, “I used to think confidence was a personality trait. The truth is confidence isn’t a personality trait at all.”

Robbins is right about confidence and the same could be said for humility. As C.S. Lewis famously said, “humility isn’t thinking less of yourself, it’s thinking of yourself less. You can grow and get better in each of these. If your mindset doesn’t reflect this belief, the chances of you ever reaching your full potential from a leadership perspective is slim to none.

The good news is once you get your mindset to one of growth, you will look at every event as an opportunity to learn and get better.

How to grow your self-awareness

Our research of more than 40,000 leaders and thousands of BTB Leader Assessments has shown the number one thing leaders do poorly is asking their people for feedback about how they are doing. Too many leaders assume they are doing a good job. People want to feel like they are being heard and asking for feedback is not only a great way to do this, but it also helps the leader improve their self-awareness.

Laszlo Bock, former Senior Vice President of People Operations at Google and current CEO of Humu, has often been cited for helping his former company’s simple yet unique method of conducting peer reviews. Rather than just management providing feedback for lower-level employees, Google’s management also gets feedback from junior employees on things they “should do more of and one thing they could do differently.”

If this tactic works for one of the most successful companies in the world, it should work for you, too. Soliciting feedback from your employees is a way to build trust and improve your leadership skills. Consider sending emails to your team once per quarter asking what you’re doing well and how you can improve to better help them meet their potential.

Closing

The best part about Matt Higgins advice is anyone can become more self-aware if they want to. Regardless if you are a self-aware leader today or not, you can begin to be today.

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About the Author: John Eades is the CEO of LearnLoft, a leadership development company making virtual training easy and effective. He was named one of LinkedIn’s Top Voices in Management & Workplace. John is also the author of  Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others to Success and host of the “Follow My Lead” Podcast, a show that transfers stories and best practices from today’s leaders to the leaders of tomorrow. You follow him on Instagram @johngeades.

Why Your Confidence Is The Pathway to Success

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“If greatness is what you want, then greatness is possible.”

In season 25, episode 4, Laura Garnett joins the show. She is the author of the Genious Habit and founder of Laura Garnett Consulting.

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How to Build Your Confidence

Confidence is essential for any kind of success because it comes from within. Confidence comes from a latin word fidere’ which means “to trust”; therefore, having a self-confidence is having trust in one’s self.

In order to build your self-confidence here are a few proven strategies:

  1. Visualize Somewhere Better in the Future
  2. Speak positive affirmations to yourself every day
  3. Do one thing to build your skill every day
  4. Remove things, people, and content that hurts your confidence
  5. Fill the void with people, things, and content that build your confidence
  6. Speak your value into existence
  7. Rinse and repeat

Other Topics Covered

  • Why being let go can be a blessing
  • How do you build self-confidence
  • What can leaders do to build confidence in others
  • Why your genius is a choice
  • Should professionals care about their timeline in their career
  • Why loving what you do is essential
  • What’s the difference between the process and the outcome

Key Quotes

“Building your confidence muscle is a pathway to success.”

“A leader has to be authentic, honest, transparent and kind when laying someone off.”

“If greatness is what you want, then greatness is possible.”

“Most people are unhappy at work because they don’t have a job that’s a good fit for who they are.”

“The timeline doesn’t matter when you love the work you are doing every day.”

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About the Author John Eades is the CEO of LearnLoft, a leadership development company making virtual training easy and effective. He was named one of LinkedIn’s Top Voices in Management & Workplace. John is also the author of  Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others to Success and host of the “Follow My Lead” Podcast, a show that transfers stories and best practices from today’s leaders to the leaders of tomorrow. You follow him on Instagram @johngeades.

5 Essential Strategies to Boost Your Confidence

Henry Ford famously said, “Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you are right.” 

Ford was talking about confidence. As his quote suggests, confidence is crucial for any type of success, especially in business. If confidence is so important, why do so many people struggle with it?

If you are going to build confidence, it starts with understanding exactly what confidence is and what it isn’t. It’s best described as the belief in one’s self and one’s ability to succeed. It comes from a Latin word meaning, “to have full trust.” 

Confidence is not cockiness or arrogance. It is not masking a hole inside by portraying something else on the outside. As I covered in a recent episode of the Follow My Lead Podcast, confidence is a genuine belief in yourself that comes from within, and it’s more crucial than ever.  

If you want to build your confidence each day, start by using these five strategies.

Visualize yourself at the top.

The mind is a powerful thing. Everything that has been achieved started as an idea in someone’s mind.

How you think will determine your future

The Journal of Consulting Psychology outlined an experimental study of visualization techniques and the results were pretty amazing. They studied two groups of job seekers. Both groups were exposed to the same career counseling and interview coaching, but the second group also learned visualization techniques. 

Within two months of training, there was a 45 percent increase in the second group getting employment versus the first group. Leaving no doubt about the power of visualization. 

If you want to grow your confidence, you have to visualize yourself at the top. Close your eyes and see it like it’s happening to you well before it actually does.  

Leverage specific kinds of affirmations. 

Confidence starts with the words you tell yourself every day. Affirmations are a great place to start. An affirmation is a formal declaration of emotional support or encouragement. 

While this is so important, any old affirmation isn’t good enough. Instead of telling yourself, “I am good enough” or “I am worthy enough,” add to the statement WHY you are good enough or WHY you are worthy. It would sound like this, “I am good enough because I have already hit rock bottom.” or “I am worthy of being a great leader because I care more about others’ success than my own.” 

Strengthen your words. 

While adding words of affirmation is a great place to start, you also must eliminate the words that protect you from failure (they’re setting you for it). Most people are afraid of failure. To cope, they try to soften the blow of failing by setting themselves up for the fall. 

They’ll say things like, “I am going to try…” or “I might be able to…”. Instead, replace those words with, courageous words like, “I am going to…” or “I will…” or “I can…”  

Always look for a positive.

If you look hard enough at anything you do, you can find something you could have done better. If that wasn’t enough, you could always find someone else who has achieved more, has more or won more. The opportunity to be negative and look for flaws is plentiful.  

There is nothing wrong with striving for more. But if you are working on building your confidence, you must always look for as many positives in each situation as possible. This reinforces to your mind that you are doing things well and moving in the correct direction even if the macro result isn’t what you want.  

Filter The Words of Others. 

As Lou Holtz said, “You’re never as good as everyone tells you when you win, and you’re never as bad as they say when you lose.” If you are reliant on gaining confidence from the words others say to you, you are in a dangerous spot.

Since you can’t control what others say, it’s important to take others’ words with a grain of salt. Remember, confidence comes from within so allowing others words to dictate how you feel isn’t real confidence.  

Confidence is crucial for both short-term and long-term success. Stop hoping or pretending you have it and put these fives moves into play starting today. 

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About the Author John Eades is the CEO of LearnLoft, a leadership development company which exists to turn managers into leaders and create healthier places to work. John was named one of LinkedIn’s 2017 Top Voices in Management & Workplace and was awarded the 2017 Readership Award by Training Industry.com. John is also the host of the “Follow My Lead” Podcast, a show that transfers stories and best practices from today’s leaders to the leaders of tomorrow. You follow him on instagram @johngeades.

How to Help Others Find Confidence in Themselves

“When you help someone else find and develop confidence in themselves, it will change the trajectory of their life.”

In season 22 episode 7 John Eades covers the important topic of confidence. Specifically, how do you help others find and develop confidence in themselves?


In the show he covers:

– What’s the definition of confidence

– How to develop confidence in yourself

– Why helping others find confidence is so important

– How to actively help others develop confidence

– How to transfer belief to others

– Why challenging others is so important

– How to empower others to make decisions

– How to coach and teach others

– Why Praise and acknowledgment is critical 

Why Building Your Confidence is Crucial

In season 22 Episode 6 John Eades covers the important topic of confidence. Not only what confidence is but how to build your confidence as a leader.


Confidence is critical in life.  Here is the recap:

  1. Leverage Affirmations
  2. Execute Small
  3. Eliminate Certain Words
  4. Show up and Get Better
  5. Take other’s words lightly

In the show he also covers:

– Why confidence is like a flower

– Where the word confidence comes from

– The definition of confidence

– Why confidence is crucial

– How to build your confidence

– Why affirmations are so important

– How to get 1% better

– Why it’s important to eliminate certain words from your vocabulary

– Why you must take other’s words with a grain of salt

One Lesson You Can Learn From Jordan Spieth to Be Successful

Jordan Spieth is on the verge of making golf history. At just the ripe age of 24, Spieth has won three legs of the career Grand Slam (winning all 4 professional golf majors).

What’s most interesting about Spieth is he doesn’t look physically dominating like other sporting greats; Lebron James, Tiger Woods, Usain Bolt, or Michael Phelps. Rather he uses his mind as an enormous competitive advantage as can you in business and leadership. This was on full display just a couple weeks ago when he won his third major by going wire-to-wire to win the British Open. If you didn’t tune in, Spieth started the final round with a three-shot lead, only to find himself trailing Matt Kucher by one shot with five holes to play. What happened over the last five holes is what Johnny Miller (one of the game’s all time greats) called it, “the greatest finish, I have ever seen in championship golf.”

Spieth can only be compared to two players this early in his career; Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods. While he was quick to put those comparisons to bed during his post tournament interview, he did share a great story after he won.

Just a week prior to the event, Spieth shared a picture on instagram of him arm and arm with some of the best athletes to play their respective sports; among them Michael Jordan and Michael Phelps.

During a difficult stretch during the final round where it appeared Spieth was going to give away the tournament, his caddy Michael Greller said “Do you remember that group you were with in Cabo last week? You belong in that group.” That comment clearly stuck with Spieth throughout the rest of the round because in the press conference he said something every person needs to hear:

“I think just a little bit of belief that you are, you know. Michael Jordan and Michael Phelps are the greatest to ever do what they did, and I’m not. But if you believe that you are, then you’re almost as good as being that. And it’s so hard in that situation to believe that, but just having just the slightest bit of belief in it makes you so confident.”

Why is Spieth’s advice so incredible?

This world we live in will beat you up. There is always someone waiting, even expecting you to make a mistake or fail. Having self belief and confidence in yourself is paramount to overcoming obstacles and disappointments in order to be successful.

Whether you’re like Spieth and have already achieved high levels of success, or you are just starting out, the point is:

If you believe you are, before you are, you drastically improve your odds of becoming it.

If you are struggling in your current role, have a dream for a promotion, or want to improve from a leadership perspective. Take a lesson from Spieth and this week’s Follow My Lead Podcast Guest Former North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory:

“If Not You, Then Who?”

A version of this article originally appeared on Inc.com

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3 Ways to Improve Confidence in Yourself

When I joined the 10 million people who have discovered their strengths through the Gallup Assessment, I wasn’t all that surprised to see my results.

  1. Strategic
  2. Command
  3. Belief
  4. Responsibility
  5. Maximizer

There is no doubt we are all more confident when we know our strength’s and then play to them in our professional life.  One of my strength’s stood out to me though; Belief. Meaning my core values are unchanging.

One of my core values when it comes to leadership came from Peter Drucker, and it was highlighted in one of my most popular articles, The Best Thing a Leader Can Give

  “If we want to be seen differently in the world it starts with how we view ourselves.”

To summarize the article, the greatest thing a leader can give to their people is a belief in oneself, better known as confidence. So we built a video to show three simple ways to improve confidence in yourself or with your team.


So remember:

  1. Surround Yourself or Employees with Positive People
  2. Make the Input Positive
  3. Celebrate Successes with Visual Reminders

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