The new science of self-belief
- Discover the truth behind confidence and how it works
- Learn how to be a confident leader
- Use confidence to boost your performance
If you have confidence, it can empower you to reach heights you never thought possible. If you don't, it can have a devastating effect on your future. Confidence lies at the core of what makes things happen.
Probing the science and neuroscience behind confidence that has emerged over the last decade, clinical psychologist and neuroscientist Professor Ian Robertson explains how confidence plays out in our minds, our brains and indeed our bodies. You’ll learn how confidence makes your brain work better, how it can combat anxiety and why practice makes perfect.
Discover where confidence comes from and how it spreads. And why it's not necessarily something you are born with, but something that can be learned.
About Ian Robertson
Ian Robertson is a clinical psychologist and neuroscientist with a unique ability to apply his research to real world problems. He is the co-director of the Global Brain Health Institute and Emeritus Professor at Trinity College Dublin, he is widely recognised as one of the world’s leading researchers in neuropsychology.
Ian is author of the best-selling book The Stress Test: How Pressure Can Make You Stronger and Sharper, The Winner Effect: the neuroscience of success and failure and most recently How Confidence Works: the new science of self-belief and why some people learn it and others don't.
Huge thanks for yesterday's session, I’m still buzzing from it and reflecting on how impactful it was for a virtual event.
Guests will receive a complimentary copy of How Confidence Works (published by Bantam Press, RRP £14.99).