Self effectiveness

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Bharathiar university Managing Interpersonal Effectiveness

By Dhanalakshmi (MBA Student KIMT)

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Self effectiveness

  1. 1. It is the belief that one is capable of performing in a certain manner to attain certain goals.It is the measure of ones own competence to complete tasks and reach goals. According to Maura Kear,” “Self efficacy implies a conscious awareness of ones ability, to be effective, to control actions or overcome.
  2. 2. ADVANTAGESHigh level of self efficacy enhance ones accomplishment.It helps one to remain calm when approaching challenging tasks.Building self efficacy in multiple areas increases one confidenceHigh efficacy increases ones willingness to experiment with new ideas.
  3. 3. DISADVANTAGES High self efficacy don not always guarantee positive outcome. Personal factors and distorted memories of previous tasks can distort ones self efficacy. One can have low self efficacy following failure or setbacks that causes them to lose faith in their capabilities and to develop increased stress and depression.
  4. 4. Self effectiveness affects all aspects of life, including exercise and health behaviors, emotional responses, academic pursuits and career choices.According to Ormrod,social cognitive theorists believe self effectiveness is developed from ones previous success and failures, messages that others communicate, successes and failures of others and the group as a whole.
  5. 5. IMPRESSIONMANAGEMENT/SELF - PRESENTATION
  6. 6. The process by which people control how they are perceived and evaluated by others.According to Sehlenher, ”Impression Mgmt is defined as the conscious or unconscious attempt to control images that are projected in real or imagined social interactions”.According to Brown," Self Presentation is any behavior indented to create, modify or maintain an impression of ourselves in the minds of others”.
  7. 7. Impression Motivation i) Relevance of these impressions in helping the individual attain his goals. ii) The value of the goals to the individual iii) The gap b/w the existing image / impression & the desired and image.
  8. 8. Impression Construction i) The self-concept ii) Desired and undesired identity images. iii) Role constraints (Limitation of ones position or role) iv) Targets value v) Current social image
  9. 9. Strategic MotivesExpressive MotivesIngratiationIntimidationSelf-PromotionExemplificationSupplicationNegative Acknowledge
  10. 10. Refers to a cluster of characteristics closely related to the ability to adapt ones behavior to current social situation.People who closely monitor themselves are categorized as high self-monitors and often behave in a manner that is highly responsive to social cues and their situational context.
  11. 11. QUESTIONS???
  12. 12. THANK YOU..

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