Confidence and Communication

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Confidence and Communication


Margaret M. Enloe, JD, PCC, Moving You Forward

May 5th, 2021
via zoom

Studies show that having confidence is highly correlated with success.  It affects how we feel, act and develop professional and personal relationships. Yet, confidence ebbs and flows and sometimes fails us completely. The imposter syndrome can kick in and make even the most expert of people in any profession feel inadequate at times. In this presentation, and using my experience as an attorney and executive coach, I will talk about:

  1. Why confidence is important and why women tend to be less confident than men
  2. The four behavioral traits of confidence 
  3. Practical tips to build your confidence and the confidence people have in you.

You will come away from this presentation with straightforward ideas and practical advice on how you can be more confident at work, better able to communicate with your colleagues at all levels, and more effective in developing important professional relationships.

Looking forward to a great discussion!

SDA CEU = 1.0 (Office Admin-HR)

Margaret M. Enloe, JD, PCC

Moving You Forward

Until July 2013, Margaret Enloe was a partner and Associate General Counsel of PricewaterhouseCoopers where she worked for more than 25 years representing the firm on a wide variety of legal matters. Prior to joining PwC, Margaret was a litigation associate at Skadden in their NY office.
After retiring from PwC, Margaret obtained her master coaching certification from the Hudson Institute and is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation.  She works with professionals to increase job satisfaction and resilience, enhance leadership presence, improve communication skills and realize professional and personal goals.
Margaret resides in Manhattan with her husband and has three grown children.