‘Confidence is contagious. So is lack of confidence.’
To thrive in the 21st century, business organisations have to be flexible and responsive. They also have to embrace change and confidence as positive influencing factors for achieving profitable business growth. They must quickly reshape and refocus as market forces change.
To become a confident organisation, you need to create a balance between the long and the short term. This requires a mind-set shift away from short-termism and prepare for what comes next.
Business confidence can be acquired and cultivated, but it has to be owned first.
For me confidence is a state – my state – and I own it.
As a business growth - LinkedIn expert I am always looking at how I can position business owners and their staff to identify, and then own their own state of confidence. This is important, because once a business owner realises that confidence lies largely in their own hands, it is an earth shattering epiphany and one of the greatest and simplest revelations of their professional life.
Think for a moment about your particular areas of your professional business, or your personal life. Now think about your staff. Between you, you probably know 90 per cent more, than 90 per cent of the other people on the planet about your business and the products and or services you offer.
You just need to be prepared to leverage this phenomenal business asset.
Being prepared gives you confidence, and there is no better investment strategy to grow your profitable business than to retain a business growth - LinkedIn expert who can identify and then nurture your business confidence.