Almost everyone suffers from low self-confidence at some time; while many people struggle with self-confidence issues regularly. Low self-confidence will hold you back from achieving your potential. It can cause you to miss out on many opportunities and leave you with a less happy, satisfying and fulfilling life. The good news? Self-confidence can be learned, practiced and become a core part of who you choose to be. Neal will show you how and presents 15 actions that can build your self-confidence. Mastering self-confidence can change the rest of your life.
Speaker Neal Whitten
Neal Whitten is a popular speaker, trainer, consultant, mentor and best-selling author in the areas of leadership and soft skills, project management and employee development. He has over 35 years of front-line leadership, project management and human resource experience. In his 23 years at IBM, Neal held both project leader and management positions. He managed the development of numerous software products, including operating systems, business and telecommunications applications, and special-purpose programs and tools. For three years, he also managed and was responsible for providing independent assessments on dozens of projects for an Assurance group. Neal is president of The Neal Whitten Group, created shortly after leaving IBM in 1993. Neal is the author of several books, including: 1.The Gift of Wisdom: Lessons for a Lifetime (The Neal Whitten Group) 2.Neal Whitten’s Let’s Talk! More No-Nonsense Advice for Project Success (Management Concepts) 3.Neal Whitten’s No-Nonsense Advice for Successful Projects (Management Concepts) 4.The EnterPrize Organization: Organizing Software Projects for Accountability and Success (Project Management Institute) 5.Managing Software Development Projects: Formula for Success, Second Edition (John Wiley & Sons) 6.Becoming an Indispensable Employee in a Disposable World (Prentice Hall) Neal is a frequent presenter and keynote speaker at conferences, seminars, workshops, and special events. He has developed and instructed dozens of unique leadership, project management and personal development classes, and presented to many thousands of people from across hundreds of companies, institutions and public organizations. He has written over 100 articles for professional magazines and had been a contributing editor of PMI’s PM Network® magazine for over 15 years.