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This startling re-evaluation of the role of self-belief in success explores why increasing your confidence is less important than building your competence. Now available in paperback.
Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic is professor of Business Psychology at University College London (UCL) and visiting professor at New York University. He is the author of six books and writes regular blogs for Harvard Business Review and Psychology Today. He lives in London and New York, and frequently appears in the media. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic has been named one of Thinkers50 next generation of business gurus, 'most likely to shape the future of how organisations are managed and led'. You can learn more about Tomas on his website www.drtomascp.com/
Chamorro-Premuzic has rethought confidence - a fresh, more balanced, approach, presented in a well-researched, accessible, and, enjoyable format. I like this book: a lot -- Robert Kelsey Confidence nails it - read this book and you will never look at the concept of self-esteem the same way again -- Laura Vanderkam Persuasive ... fantastically sensible -- Lucy Kellaway * Financial Times * I can't remember the last time I finished reading a book and wanted to applaud. Confidence is a life-changing book - it will convince you -- Heidi Grant Halvorson Maybe you have always intuited, as most sensitive people do, that all the talk about boosting self-confidence and raising self-esteem is not the answer to success or happiness. This charming and thoroughly fact-based book will give you the evidence to back your wisdom, that being kind and competent works best. -- Elaine Aron, author of 'The Highly Sensitive Person' and 'The Undervalued Self'