Developing_Self-Awareness Lecture

To which they are in control of their own destiny own

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Unformatted text preview: n destiny own Internal Locus of Control: the reinforcement people Internal receive is contingent on their own actions receive External Locus of Control: the reinforcement people External receive is the product of outside forces receive Internals tend to be more successful, but less likely to Internals comply with leader directions and less accurate about processing feedback about success and failure, tend to use persuasion and expertise as source of power, more participative; more difficulty arriving at decisions that will affect others affect Externals tend to use coercive power and threats, more Externals inclined to provide structure for people and help clarify roles of staff roles Can shift over time Core Self-Evaluation Core Overall positive self-regard or the extent to which people Overall value themselves and feel proficient as individuals. Comprised of 4 elements that are related: Comprised Self-esteem: see self as capable, successful and worthy Self-efficacy: sense of one’s ability to perform across a variety of Self-efficacy: situations situations Neuroticism: tendency to have a negative outlook to life Locus of control: belief about one’s control of one’s environment Not the same as self-centered, braggart or narcissistic – Not positive core self-evaluation also implies sensitivity to others and environment leading to stronger relationships others Related to job satisfaction and performance and life Related happiness – can be changed over life happiness...
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