Nurturing Confidence: The Path Through Courage

“I wish I had more confidence to share my ideas freely at the workplace”, “I want my colleagues to see me as someone capable and confident”, “I don’t want to take up the next promotion because I don’t feel confident to be in the limelight”, “Everyone is such an expert in their field that I always feel like I know so little”, Do some of these statements sound familiar to you? If yes, you are not alone in this. Despite having stellar achievements and success (in personal and professional life), many people find confidence hard to come by. Confidence is a quality that everyone aspires to, and few exuberate. Often, we assume confidence is something that people just have naturally, or they don’t. That assumption is not true. Sure, some people are naturally more confident than others, just like some people are naturally more athletic, resilient, etc. than others.  However, confidence is an ability that can be nurtured and grown, irrespective of your natural/current propensity to it.

While there are tons of articles, videos and books on confidence, the process of how to nurture and grow one’s confidence feels vague. In this coaching style workshop, our goal is to bring more clarity to this process so that you can take clear action towards it. In this hands-on workshop, you will have time to explore and reflect on confidence through the lens of courage and authenticity. You will experience first-hand how you can tap into these aspects to nurture and grow your confidence. You will also have the opportunity to practice and apply what you learn through interactive exercises and group work.

About the Presenter

Pallavi Srivastava is the Founder of The Wellbeing Ways LLC and a ‘Leadership and Personal Growth Coach’. Her mission is to break the stereotype that success must cost you your life and joy. She wants to help people create success that is joyful, exciting and life-giving. Pallavi has 16 years of work experience across different fields and roles, including her early days as a business journalist where her experience with burnout sent her on a quest of creating a path to success which is sustainable, fun and life-giving.

Her over a decade’s experience in working with people in one-to-one and group settings, first as a therapist and then as a coach, has lent her a deep insight in the human capacity for resilience, untapped potential and growth. She has shared these real-life learnings and approaches in her upcoming book ‘Relationship with Self’ to be published in the first half of 2023 by Routledge (a Taylor and Francis group company). She has successfully worked with clients across fields of science, technology, consulting, start-ups, and artists and helped them navigate the chaos of high-pressure work environments, redefine productivity, recover from burnout, go through career and life transitions, develop an authentic leadership style and make intentional career and life choices.


Date and Time:  
February 8, 2023
6:00-7:15 PM ET


Members: $5; Non-Members: $15

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Given our mission is to promote women's development in STEM we would like to offer a free spot in our workshops to those in transition between jobs or who cannot afford the ticket price. Please contact [email protected] if you qualify.


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