Alyssa Dver | Inspiring Confidence: Using Real Science to Get Superhero Results
We all have an untapped human superpower: the ability to give real confidence to our co-workers, friends, and family. And when we give it, we actually get more of it in return. Confidence helps us achieve and impact more because it fuels personal resilience, efficient growth, optimal decision making, and overall well-being. It. Turns out that confident people also create healthy organizational cultures that are more innovative, collaborative, and magnetic. Unfortunately, everyone’s confidence is challenged by today’s relentless amount of information, choices, and competition. Over-intelligence causes us to protect our egos by acting inauthentically and defensively. Without confidence armor, we are increasingly disengaged, depressed, and chronically stressed. Both our brains and bodies suffer unnecessarily because up until now, no one taught us how to scientifically manage confidence. Learn and laugh with Alyssa while you immediately apply ACI’s brain science-based, confidence-inspiring tips and tools. [get video samples, testimonials, past and upcoming speaking engagements, etc. on the website!]
Samples of talks at various places including MA Conference for Women, Vistage, Rue La La, Wharton, CEO Connection, etc.
- Peer group mentoring programs
- 1x1 Coaching
- Coaching Certification
“back by popular demand”
“Alyssa was “back by popular demand” as a Chief Confidence Officer with the Boston network of Women in Technology (WITI). She kept the audience engaged with “news you can use”, advice, and humor”
Alyssa unveils an easy to follow and practical approach...
“Alyssa unveils an easy to follow and practical approach through the Personal Confidence Dashboard and Plan that allow anyone to enhance and build out this critical leadership skillset”
Alyssa made her time with us valuable.
“Alyssa presented her confidence seminar to our seasoned administrative team of principals, department heads, curriculum leaders and central office administration. This group is a bunch of tough consumers of professional development experiences. Without exception, the team laughed, was moved and learned. Time is so precious for administrators; every second must count and Alyssa made her time with us valuable.”