Self-Esteem                             by Farhan KhanLinkedin: SocialTechnocratTwitter: LeadershipView
Definition of Self EsteemSelf-esteem is how you estimate yourselfSelf-esteem is persons overall sense ofself-worth or pers...
Abraham MaslowsHierarchy of needs – Self Esteem      f    el m   S ee           The need for respect from others      t   ...
Components of Self esteemSelf-esteem is an essential human needthat is vital for survival and normal,healthy development.S...
Development of Self esteemExperiences in a persons life are a major sourceof self-esteem development.Academic & Social ach...
Behavioral Indicators                        Traits and behaviors correlated with high and low self-esteem (adapted from B...
Helping tools in developing    Positive Self esteemSelf-ForgivenessChoose to be HappyGive Respect - Get RespectGiving is R...
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Self esteem by Farhan Khan

  1. 1. Self-Esteem by Farhan KhanLinkedin: SocialTechnocratTwitter: LeadershipView
  2. 2. Definition of Self EsteemSelf-esteem is how you estimate yourselfSelf-esteem is persons overall sense ofself-worth or personal valueSelf-esteem is a positive or negativeorientation toward oneself
  3. 3. Abraham MaslowsHierarchy of needs – Self Esteem f el m S ee The need for respect from others t The need for self-respect, or inner self-esteem Es
  4. 4. Components of Self esteemSelf-esteem is an essential human needthat is vital for survival and normal,healthy development.Self-esteem arises automatically fromwithin based upon a persons beliefs andconsciousness.Self-esteem occurs in conjunction with apersons thoughts, behaviors, feelingsand actions.
  5. 5. Development of Self esteemExperiences in a persons life are a major sourceof self-esteem development.Academic & Social achievement is a significantcontributor to self-esteem development. Parenting style & childhood experiences canalso play a crucial role in self-esteemdevelopment.
  6. 6. Behavioral Indicators Traits and behaviors correlated with high and low self-esteem (adapted from Branden, 1995; White, 1992).
  7. 7. Helping tools in developing Positive Self esteemSelf-ForgivenessChoose to be HappyGive Respect - Get RespectGiving is Receiving (Goal Setting)Law of Attraction (Add value to Life)Ignite your MotivationListen More – Talk Less
  8. 8. Thank you 

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