About the workshop
If you would rather feel the ground under your feet than the butterflies in your stomach, then this workshop is for you. Whether it's preparing a thesis, submitting papers, grant proposals or making presentations, defending your research, or meetings with challenging people, the opportunities to practice confidence are many, but are seldom welcome. Still, by doing so, your confidence can grow to include those situations that were previously too challenging to be entered into. Through practising with the tools and approaches covered in this workshop, you will be better able to take measured risks and so build your confidence and the assertiveness with others that comes with it.
By the end of this workshop you will have:
- built your 'map' of confidence
- developed an understanding of how you may undermine your own confidence
- used a number of tools to build self-esteem and confidence
- developed some guidelines for assertiveness to practice with
- discussed real concerns and heard different perspectives on them
Book a place
Please note - if you book a place you are required to attend the whole of the session. If you are unable to commit to this, please cancel your place in plenty of time and let another student attend. Please arrive promptly to the session and remember to sign the attendance sheet.
Jamie McDonald (Coaching & Development)
Who should attend
All doctoral students
Please contact us if you have any special requirements.