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The Personal Credibility Factor: How to Get It, Keep It, and Get It Back, (If You’ve Lost It) by Sandy Allgeier

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Chapter Seven. Step #4: Know Yourself—the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly!

Individuals with strong personal credibility typically have a high level of self-awareness. They are usually very aware of their own strengths, as well as their own weaknesses. They know themselves accurately and typically have an ability to see both their strengths and weaknesses in a factual, objective manner. They tend to constantly keep that awareness in mind when interacting with others.

She Knew Herself and Understood

If you recall, “Alice” was able to gain approval from the senior leaders of the organization for most of “John’s” previous recommendations. One of the reasons Alice was so successful in this area was that she was extremely aware of her own style of communication ...

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