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Confidence is a mindset. People make opinions of you based on what you say, when you say it, and how you say it. Having confidence can have a profound effect on those you’re speaking to, especially in a meeting. If you’re looking for ways to have more effective meetings, boosting confidence is the first step to engage your audience.
A meeting is a premiere event for most business teams. Demonstrating confidence is like showing up to that event with the perfect outfit, in the right environment, for the right audience. People notice your outfit, you get lots of compliments, and you leave the event saying to yourself, “Man, I’m going to wear this again!”
Having confidence is not only valuable to you as the host. There are a number of benefits your confidence can provide for meeting participants, including clarity of message, increased participation, decreased distractions, trust building, and more.
You betcha! And it starts with understanding charisma.
Charisma is the ability to attract, engage, motivate, and influence those around you.
At CharismaQ, we evaluate and measure an individual’s charisma based on six components – our CharismaQ6. The components are first impression, message alignment, delivery, authenticity, empathy, and confidence. Research proves that each one of these components can be taught, and as confidence builds, charisma grows.
Are you ready to make your staff meetings more effective? Building your confidence is a best practice for any meeting, whether in-person or virtual/remote.
To get a better understanding of your level of confidence with meetings, here are five questions to ask yourself or consider for your team members:
If the answer to any of these questions was no, CharismaQ can help! Do you want to learn more about our techniques to boost your team’s confidence and charisma?