Confidence – Full Series Course

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This course contains all three learning experiences from Susan Marshall’s Confidence series, with their accompanying badge assignments and badges.  Complete them all and you’ll earn each individual badge, plus the final Confidence – Your Greatest Asset badge.

Confidence – Part 1: Confidence Defined

Author and speaker, Susan Marshall, Director of the Backbone Institute, leads us through this series on Confidence by beginning with a definition of “confidence” and then goes on to tell us how we can expand our Comfort zone into our Learning zone and grow our confidence.

Confidence – Part 2: Confidence and Critical Thinking

In this second presentation of the Women’s Leadership Institute’s series on Confidence, Author and speaker, Susan Marshall, walks us through how to use critical thinking skills to help develop a positive expectation for a favorable outcome. She suggests that we take a situation in our life, determine our desired outcome, and then work on this area by thinking critically.

Confidence – Part 3: Confidence and Taking Action

In the final part of her series on Confidence, Susan Marshall discusses the different barriers we can encounter when we determine to take action and build confidence, and then helps us break through those barriers. On our way to reaching our desired outcomes, Susan encourages to remember the gifts and friends with which God has blessed us, reminds us we have choices when interacting with people, and gives us ideas on what our first action steps can be toward reaching our goal.

About The Presenter

Susan A. Marshall is Founder of Backbone Institute, LLC, whose mission is to create a stronger, more confident future one person or team at a time. Her work spans three decades and serves a global clientele. Susan is the author of three books and hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles, and she speaks to a wide range of audiences in business, academic, and non-profit industries. She has two adult daughters (who married brothers) and five granddaughters.

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