Self-Efficacy Beliefs

We grow to believe that we are capable of some things and not others. Our self-efficacy beliefs influence how much we feel confident when approaching new situations, how much we sustain effort in the face of adversity and how we overcome challenges. Self efficacy beliefs can be learned, unlearned and under the right circumstances transferred to new situations.

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SyCon has given Ford powerful techniques which enable people to become more aware of the effect they have on others and so work together more effectively as teams. These skills are presented in a clear, straightforward, non-threatening manner and are of significant benefit to both the individual and the Company.
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