Develop your Career Confidence

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Many things can hold you back from getting the job you desire, or any job, but a lack of confidence is often a critical thing. If you don’t believe in yourself, it can be challenging to persuade other people to believe in you. Many employers are willing to give suitable candidates a chance, but you need to provide yourself with a helping hand.

Therefore, you must develop your career confidence. Some people believe that you are born with confidence or not. It is fair to say that many people seem naturally assured of themselves, whereas many people lack this self-belief. However, you’ll find that even the most confident of people have experienced challenging days.

Confidence is something you can develop. As with most things in life, the more you practice something, the more confident you will feel. If you want to build your career confidence, there are steps you can take to ensure you enter the job application process believing you have every chance of getting the job you apply for.

Know your strengths and weaknesses

If you are low on confidence, you may think you have many weaknesses but limited strengths. However, this is unlikely to be the case. You need to look at yourself and determine what you are good at, and what you like doing.

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If you struggle with this step, get help from someone who can assist you in evaluating your talents and what you offer. Once you start to list the things you enjoy and are good at, you’ll find you become more confident in your chances.

Also, when you list things you aren’t confident about, don’t panic. Everyone has weaknesses. The most important thing is to recognise your shortcomings and limit them or work to remove them. If you are concerned about talking in front of people, remember this is a weakness, and practice this task. Before too long, you will hopefully realise that you can speak in front of people with no concerns or worries.

Realise everyone is low on confidence at times

You must realise everyone lacks confidence at times. Once you come to terms with the fact most people struggle with confidence at times, it becomes easier to manage. It is a normal part of life. How you deal with confidence issues determines the outcome, but realise that being scared or worried about an opportunity is not uncommon.

Do your research and study

Quite often, a lack of confidence can be removed by researching and studying. When you know what you need to say, or you have learned more about an organisation, the thought of the interview becomes less daunting.

If you are worried about being asked questions, prepare answers. Look up questions you are likely to be asked, or items which are relevant to your role. Take the time to develop responses to these questions, and then go over the answers.

Before too long, you will feel more confident as to what may happen during an interview.

Get guidance from people with experience

Always remember you can ask experts and experienced people for help and advice.

At Global Solution Services, we are more than happy to help you develop your career confidence. If you need help with any matter that is preventing you from feeling confident about claiming a job, get in touch, and we’ll be happy to help. We also run courses that can help you develop your career confidence, so get in touch to book your spot.

Statement from GSS Directors on Covid-19

Statement from GSS Directors – Centre closures from 30th March 2020

Following the recent announcements made by UK Government, we would like to keep you updated on the changes GSS has made and the measures we have put in place to protect the well-being and safety of all our learners, customers and staff.

As of 30th March 2020 all GSS delivery sites will be closed. However, we are still fully operational and will be running Careers Advice and Guidance alongside Training via skype calls, video conferencing and on-line services to ensure all our customers, learners and trainees can still access our service.

These are indeed exceptional circumstances and we are working tirelessly behind the scenes to respond to the latest policy changes in some of our working procedures, and continue to prepare online material and resources to ensure minimum disruption to our service

We will continue to deliver Online Training and support going forward.

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