The Confidence Effect by Grace Killelea

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1. Relationships

1.1. Why is this important?

1.1.1. Enable competence and confidence

1.1.2. Building your brand

1.1.3. Efficiency

1.1.4. Eliminate fear and uncertainity

1.1.5. Strengthens network

1.2. Networking

1.2.1. Shine Your Light

1.2.2. IPO

1.2.2.1. Exchange of ideas/info

1.2.2.2. Serve and be served

1.2.2.2.1. Helping others boosts confidence

1.2.3. Power Relationships

1.3. Delegation

1.3.1. Allows time to focus/learn

1.3.2. Ask for help

1.3.2.1. Resist urge to micromanage

1.3.3. Opportunity to improve a process

1.4. Org. Brand

1.4.1. Gravitas - impact/impression/grit

1.4.2. Communication

1.4.2.1. Assertiveness/Unapologetic

1.4.2.2. Affects credibility

1.5. Coaching

1.5.1. Opportunities for early career mentoring

1.5.2. Formal mentorship

2. Reputation

2.1. Why is this important?

2.1.1. Echo we leave behind

2.2. Courageous Leadership

2.2.1. Raise our hands - stretch opportunities

2.2.2. Communication - stand our ground but know limits

2.2.3. Share our strengths

2.3. Recognize our abilities

2.3.1. Show up, speak up, stop apologizing, start where you are

2.3.2. Feedback loop - take that first step

2.4. Building Our Brand

2.4.1. What we deliver AND how we deliver it

2.4.2. Choose words wisely - no qualifiers and apologies

2.4.3. Awareness of behaviors - accountability partner

2.4.4. Define what brand we want to portray

2.5. Reputation Management

2.5.1. Mini 360 evaluation

2.5.2. Ask for feedback

2.5.3. Acknowledge behaviors that need correcting

2.5.4. Be consistent with change - do what we say we will change

3. Results

3.1. Why is this important?

3.1.1. Contributes to our brand

3.1.2. Results are deliverables - consistently provide quality and timely results

3.2. Know our limits

3.2.1. Resist being a people pleaser and over-promising and under-delivering

3.2.2. Cross-train to avoid pigeonholing ourselves in a role

3.3. Use data instead of emotions to our advantage to support decisions and choices

3.4. Be tactical and strategic with deliverables - be "in the weeds" but also be aware of where the weeds lead

3.5. Own our mistakes, be accountable

4. Resilience

4.1. Why is this important?

4.2. Be adaptable - view failures and disappointments as opportunities for growth & improvement

4.2.1. Persevere

4.3. Confidence and resilience are intertwined

4.4. Be self-aware to how we react to change

4.4.1. Contributes to our brand

4.5. EQ vs IQ

4.5.1. EQ is a necessary component to building and maintaining relationships

4.5.2. Self-awareness of our emotions and how we handle them results in a higher EQ

4.5.3. Awareness of the emotions of others results in them going the extra mile for you and helps build our brand

4.6. Bounce back from failure and disappointments

4.7. Stamina

4.7.1. Growth can be slow but don't let it be a deterrent

4.7.2. Pace ourselves in learning new habits that will last our entire careers

4.8. Take Control of Career

4.8.1. Have a strategy not just a plan

4.8.2. Keep learning and stay curious

4.8.3. Invest in ourselves

4.8.4. Measure progress and reassess goals

4.8.5. Bounce - change course midstream if needed