Is lack of social confidence a problem at work?

Do you feel uncomfortable being called on to voice your opinion in a meeting? Does your job require you to be part of a work team but you feel nervous meeting new people and don't know how to engage in small talk? You work hard, and are an excellent employee but it often seems that no one knows what you do or who you are.

What would your work life be like if you could easily make a presentation, attend a meeting, speak your opinion in front of a group, make phone calls, go out with coworkers, meet new people, attend networking sessions, go to conferences....... and feel completely relaxed and comfortable?

We all know that today's workplace relies on effective communication, team work, strong social skills, leadership capability, and ability to network with others.

Even if you are absolutely excellent at your job, you still need a way to let others know about it.

It helps to be able to speak up in meetings, to make suggestions to coworkers, and to be comfortable enough to propose ideas to all levels of management. If you find it hard to speak up or contribute in a meeting, few people will be aware of what you can do.

And sadly and really unfairly, the spotlight can be stolen from you by those who can be spontaneous and talk. (I know - it's unfair!)

Having social confidence can help you at work, regardless of what your job is.

You are intelligent, have a great deal to contribute, have outstanding problem solving skills, and are eager to learn and to help out.......yet are able to share so little of this due to lack of social confidence or social anxiety?

Do any of these situations sound familiar?

What would happen to your career and your personal life if you could be the extremely intelligent, thoughtful, kind, generous person you already are..........

........and also be socially confident?

If social anxiety is harming your career, it may also be negatively impacting your personal life too and reducing the quality of your social connections. There is something you can do about it. Decide to make a change.

Here's What You Can Do

Take a moment and describe where you want to be in your career in 5 years.

Then look much closer into the future and describe where you want to be 1 year from now. Be as descriptive as you can.

Imagine it as though you are watching a movie of yourself. See, feel and hear what your typical day will be like in your future career.

Now make a list of any challenges that are standing in your way. Ask yourself:

Make a detailed plan to eliminate these barriers and a timetable with milestones to help you accomplish what you decide to do. As we all know, a plan without a timeline is often just a hope or a dream.

Many people find that their level of social confidence or social skills are not allowing them to progress as fast as they would like.

There is an effective program for increasing your social confidence at work.

It's a step by step, structured process where you gain the social confidence you need at work, with family and friends, and out in your social life. You learn in a private, confidential setting and your progress will be supported with personal support and helpful individual feedback (when you want it).

This is not just information, it is skill building.

You can learn how to master small talk, speak up in meetings, make new acquaintances, and feel comfortable meeting new people. And you don't need to change who you are. You get more proud of and comfortable expressing who you are!

How? You have several options.

You have the choice of delivery methods. One may be just right for you. This program is delivered through private coaching or skype coaching, workshops, online training programs and at week long vacation retreats.

But before you decide if this is for you....

Take a look through this web site, get familiar with the philosophy and the support that's offered. Find out about me, my background, my commitment to you, and my experience.

See if you relate to what's here.

Then if you like what you see, contact me here for more information. It's easy and quick to do. I'll get back to you personally within 48 hours.

Use these tips to boost your small talk skills at work and in your personal life.

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