Confidence is not arrogance, but rather a trust in your judgment and abilities. There are many common traits to keep in mind when building your self-confidence. Being willing to listen to other’s ideas, and not be afraid to ask questions or be wrong shows a willingness to learn without fear of looking silly. It also means acknowledging mistakes and learning from them. Employees with self-confidence also follow through on things that are said and promised. Being self-aware of what you are capable of and when you may need to ask for help also demonstrates confidence. While self-confidence in the workplace can take time, it is a highly worthy skill to focus on and train your team in.