Keith Mackiggan, a Deputy Director at DFID, has held highly responsible leadership positions but admits he has struggled with a lack of self-confidence. He explains why confidence matters to leadership, how he has built his confidence in himself to become a better leader, and how this could help others.
Keith is a Deputy Director, United Nations and Commonwealth, at the Department for International Development (DFID), based in Glasgow
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