Confidence Self-Assessment Quiz for Capital One Hispanic Leadership Development Program What will give your Confidence the greatest boost, now? This self-assessment quiz takes 5 minutes to complete. Results will be emailed to you immediately. This quiz is a self-reflection tool to help you build your confidence. It IS NOT a psychological test, nor does it pretend to be. ALL RESPONSES ARE CONFIDENTIAL. Only David Martin will read them to help him tailor your session on August 31. Choose the first response that comes to mind. Don't overthink your responses.Name* First Last Email* ABLE: Your belief in your capabilities to achieve what's important to you.1. I have what it takes to achieve my most important goals.*RarelySometimesConsistently2. I seek out opportunities to share my skills with other people.*RarelySometimesConsistently3. I feel prepared to meet any unexpected challenge I face while working toward my important goals.*RarelySometimesConsistently4. I make good progress toward achieving the goals that are important to me.*RarelySometimesConsistently5. I stay focused on the right things to move myself toward my important goals.*RarelySometimesConsistently6. When I don't know what I need to do to achieve my important goals, I still find a way to get things done*RarelySometimesConsistentlyCOURAGE: Your belief in a bigger reason, cause, or purpose.1. I address the obstacles to my goals, but they don't distract me or take me off my path.*RarelySometimesConsistently2. I have important goals I am inspired to work toward.*RarelySometimesConsistently3. Even if naysayers tell me my goal is impossible or a bad idea, I keep moving toward my goal.*RarelySometimesConsistently4. When a goal is important to me, I am happy to contribute to important goals even if I don't receive credit for it.*RarelySometimesConsistently5. I stay in action toward my most important goal even when I feel anxious, nervous, or fearful about it.*RarelySometimesConsistently6. I keep moving toward my goals without hestitation, even when success is far in the distance or when I feel stuck or overwhelmed.*RarelySometimesConsistentlyESTEEM: Your belief in your value—in your worth.1. If I fail to do what I tried to do, I still believe in my talent without doubts.*RarelySometimesConsistently2. I am comfortable speaking up and engaging with people with power or authority.*RarelySometimesConsistently3. My self-critical voice is active enough to make me better, but not so strong that I beat myself up mentally.*RarelySometimesConsistently4. When I compare myself to others, I fare well.*RarelySometimesConsistently5. I think more positive thoughts than competitive thoughts about other people I interact with.*RarelySometimesConsistently6. I am comfortable receiving high praise and compliments from others.*RarelySometimesConsistentlyRESILIENCE: Your ability to bounce back from disappointment and setbacks.1. When I experience setbacks or get discouraged, I recover so quickly and smoothly that most people don't notice.*RarelySometimesConsistently2. I know what triggers me to be off center and I minimize their negative effects.*RarelySometimesConsistently3. I become quickly aware of when I have been knocked off my best game.*RarelySometimesConsistently4. I use my setbacks as learning experiences instead of complaining about them.*RarelySometimesConsistently5. I am able to navigate successfully in new or unfamiliar situations.*RarelySometimesConsistently6. When something goes wrong, I focus on what I can do about it instead of who or what is to blame.*RarelySometimesConsistently Please answer the following questions to help David Martin tailor this program for you.In the places you’d like to be more confident, how would you like to be different?Describe where you repeatedly lose confidence or struggle to find confidence. That's it! Please click on SUBMIT to complete your quiz and your results will be immediately shown and sent to you by email.