Self Esteem and Our Internal Dialog
Low self-esteem affects us in many ways. Low confidence can make us doubt our abilities, judgment and prevent us from taking calculated risks. It can also inhibit us from setting ambitious goals and acting on them. When our self-esteem is low, our brain is in overdrive mode and we hyper-focus on mistakes. It can also affect our mood, sleep, relationships, and performance.
Self-esteem is a core component of our lives and affects our well-being. In this training you’ll learn the importance of self-esteem and where it comes from. You’ll discover ways to notice when it’s out of balance and learn effective remedies to get things back on track.
Performance Objectives: Upon completion, participants should be able to:
- Identify when your self-esteem is out of balance
- Have improved relationships with your co-workers
- Not take things so personally at work
- Improve your self-esteem
- Implement a clear plan to move forward
Competencies: Interpersonal skills, individual effectiveness, personal skill development, personal and professional development, and health & safety.
Intended Audience: Public sector employees