Explain the dynamics of how self esteem affects self efficacy. Provide an example of an internal or external force that impacts your self-efficacy. Respond to at least two of your peers for this posting and provide recommendations to extend their thinking.
Self Esteem and Self Efficacy
|Self Esteem and Self Efficacy|
Self-esteem is a belief around how someone judges their self-worth as part of self-evaluation. People with high self-esteem think positively about themselves are don’t pay attention to negativity whereas people with low self-esteem have self-doubt, insecurity, and negative internal thinking (Baack, 2017). Self-efficacy is a belief that someone has about their ability to complete something successfully and are influenced by past experiences, persuasion from others, personal emotional assessment, and behavioral models (Baack, 2017). Self-efficacy can build confidence through past wins and this is why leaders in the workplace need to reward and recognize wins no matter how large or small.
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