"You can learn that one skill," Radabaugh said. "Feel confident that you can do it."
She said this is potentially why some women are not promoted as often, because they avoid the roles due to a lack of confidence despite their qualifications.
"For me, that's bravery. It's taking that risk," Radabaugh said, adding that's when you start thinking about what's next.
"You're not going to be able to fill every skill on a job, but you can learn it."
Cornish said when finding bravery in yourself, you need to ask what matters to you.
"Does what you do matter to you? Do you have a mission? Do you have a goal in what you're doing that you care about?"
If you care about something and you want to accomplish it, she said, you'll find a way through adversity and find the bravery to step up, even if you don't succeed.
"Bravery, partly, is doing the best you can," Cornish said. "It's self-respect. It's saying 'I may not succeed, but I'm going to do something that matters.' That's where the bravery comes from."
Adelman agreed, adding that bravery is putting trust in yourself.
"It's the lion heart," she said. "Bravery to me is overcoming your own negativity in your brain and jumping out there and doing it."
Weingart added that there are times to take a step back when recognizing your own weaknesses, but more often there are opportunities to step up, speak up and try.
"You're in your role for a reason," she said, "so you have to believe in yourself."