women: confidence at work

2017 research project

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We conducted our first ‘Women: Confidence at Work’ research in 2017, led by Dr Geraldine Perriam, Honorary Research Associate at the University of Glasgow.

The research looked at levels of confidence in business women, asking specific questions about their working lives and self-confidence when in the workplace. A significant percentage of the women surveyed (over 73%) responded that they felt they lacked confidence in the workplace on a regular basis.

Respondents acknowledged the challenges to feeling confident and responded positively to questions about personal development training that might foster increased confidence or develop new skills, such as training in presentation and public speaking.


Download our 12 page research report today to see how you compare to over 300 business women when it comes to confidence at work

 

Over 73% of those surveyed indicated that they feel they lack confidence on a regular basis.

In the past year, how frequently would you say you lacked confidence at work?

In the past year, how frequently would you say you lacked confidence at work?

What typically makes you nervous at work?

What typically makes you nervous at work?