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Ed m 241– human relations in education(enhancing self esteem romnick s. victoria

enhancing self esteem, goal setting

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Ed m 241– human relations in education(enhancing self esteem romnick s. victoria

  1. 1. in Education ROMNICK S. VICTORIA MAEd Student
  3. 3. Self-Esteem, Self-Confidence, Self- Efficacy and Self-Image Differentiated Self-esteem is our sense of self-worth. It is how we view and judge ourselves. When we have healthy self-esteem we accept ourselves and know that we are worthy, valuable, likeable or loveable. Self-esteem is essential to our psychological well-being.
  4. 4. Self-Esteem, Self-Confidence, Self- Efficacy and Self-Image Differentiated Self-confidence, on the other hand, is your belief in yourself and your abilities. It is determined by our abilities.
  5. 5. Self-Esteem, Self-Confidence, Self- Efficacy and Self-Image Differentiated Self-efficacy is the confidence you have to carry out a specific task. Someone may have generally lower self-confidence but have self-efficacy in certain areas of his or her life.
  6. 6. Self-Esteem, Self-Confidence, Self- Efficacy and Self-Image Differentiated Self-image is a bit different than self-esteem in that it means how an individual thinks others view him or her.
  7. 7. Projection refers to how your self- esteem is reflected in the way you treat others.
  8. 8. 1. Identify and challenge your Inner Critic The following ideas are some ways we can nourish a positive self-esteem. Event/Situation What I say to myself How I feel How helpful is this self- talk and how realistic is this self-talk? What is more realistic and helpful self- talk that I could give myself? How I feel when I hear more helpful and realistic self-talk.
  9. 9. 2. Replace your Inner Critic with an Inner Supporter As we learn to identify your Inner Critic, experiment with ways to block and silence it. Some people find a phrase they can use to silence it like ‘get off my back’ or ‘stop it – that's poison’.
  10. 10. 3. Treat yourself like a best friend This includes how you talk to yourself about yourself and how you behave. You might also say ‘It's OK to feel sad/angry/ fearful’ and not make them feel bad because they have feelings.
  11. 11. 4. Set realistic goals • Work out what is important to you. • long-term goals - write yourself a letter from the future saying what you have achieved), • medium term goals - what do I want to achieve for myself over the next semester/month or even the next week) and • short-term goals. When thinking about a short term goal, ask yourself: ‘What do I want to do TODAY that will lead me to feeling good about myself and in control of my life?’
  12. 12. 5. Time for self-care Care for yourself and nurture yourself each day, especially if you are going through a difficult period. For example, take a long warm bath, play your favorite music, watch a funny film, spend time with a friend. When you do this, watch out for your Inner Critic who might say you don't deserve this. You do!
  13. 13. 6. Create your own powerful affirmations Affirmations are powerful antidotes to negative self-talk and your Inner Critic. Create them in the first person, present tense and in the most positive way you can. For example ‘I am a worthwhile person’ or ‘I am capable’. Write them down and/or repeat them to yourself many times a day.
  15. 15. SELF MOTIVATION Self-motivation is complex. It's linked to your level of initiative in setting challenging goals for yourself; your belief that you have the skills and abilities needed to achieve those goals; and your expectation that if you put in enough hard work, you will succeed (or at least be in the running, if it's a competitive situation).
  16. 16. Four factors are necessary to build the strongest levels of self-motivation: 1. Self-confidence and self-efficacy. 2. Positive thinking, and positive thinking about the future. 3. Focus and strong goals. 4. A motivating environment.
  17. 17. Self-motivation is important for achieving success in work and personal life. The central idea behind need theory is that unsatisfied needs motivate us until they become satisfied. After satisfaction of one need, the person usually pursues satisfaction of another, higher need.
  18. 18. According to Maslow's need hierarchy, people have an internal need pushing them on toward self-actualization. However, needs are arranged into a five- step ladder. Before higher-level needs are activated, certain lower-level needs must be satisfied. In ascending order, the groups of needs are physiological, safety, social, esteem, and self-actualization (such as self- fulfillment).
  19. 19. GOAL and GOAL SETTING Goals are valuable because they (1) focus effort in a consistent direction, (2) improve your chances for success, and (3) improve motivation and satisfaction.
  20. 20. Goals can be aimed at either, • A learning-goal orientation means that an individual is focused on acquiring new skills and mastering new situations. • A proving-goal orientation is aimed at wanting to demonstrate and validate the adequacy of your competence by seeking favorable judgments of competence.
  21. 21. Goal setting Goal setting is widely used on the job. Goals set by employees at lower levels in an organization are supposed to contribute to goals set at the top. To increase the motivational impact of goals, some managers encourage workers to track their own performances.
  22. 22. Goal setting in personal life can contribute to life satisfaction. Areas of life in which personal goals may be set include (1)social and family, (2) hobbies and interests, (3) physical and mental health, (4) career, and (5) financial.
  23. 23. Key techniques of self-motivation include: (1) Setting goals for yourself, (2) engaging in intrinsically motivating work, (3) getting feedback on your performance, (4) applying behavior modification to yourself, (5) improving your skills relevant to your job, (6) raising your level of self-expectation, and (7) developing a strong work ethic.
  24. 24. The Five Golden Rules 1. Set Goals that Motivate You 2. Set SMART Goals 3. Set Goals in Writing 4. Make an Action Plan 5. Stick With It!