Now’s the time to start believing in yourself!
Overall, you have fairly healthy self-confidence, but at times you may still struggle with a crisis of confidence. Now is your chance to become more confident and unlock all the benefits that brings both at work and in your personal life.See Your Results In Context
You’re level of self-
confident is similar to most
Your level of self-confidence can be both your greatest asset and your biggest downfall. You likely feel comfortable and even empowered; however, there are likely still times when you feel hesitant voicing your opinion or feel like you are barely keeping your head above water. People with similar scores tend to have consistent performance and moderate levels of satisfaction at work.
What this means
Your fundamental belief in yourself and acceptance of your identity.
What you think about yourself.
How you see
Ability to successfully complete tasks.
Ability to determine your own path.
An individual's belief in themselves and the acceptance of their identity.
A growing body of research shows that an individuals' self-confidence significantly impacts their self-esteem, belief in their abilities, expectations for the future, and ability to control their own destiny. Because these success traits are good predictors of job satisfaction and performance, self-confidence is said to be at the core of one's success.
Your level of self-confidence can also impact how your colleagues perceive you. For example, your colleagues may at times: (1) question your performance and skillset; (2) be less likely to keep you in the loop on important news and developments; and (3) be less likely to see you as a an important thought partner. This is especially true when you fail to share your work and perspective and for colleagues with which you do not have strong personal connections. Projecting confidence — even when you feel uncertain — can help mitigate these risks and put you in a more advantageous position among your team and colleagues.