Relationship Skills 0/3
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3.2 How do I identify it?
Here are the five skills to help you grow in self-awareness.
Identifying Emotions- is an individual’s ability to be aware of affective responses that occur during varied daily interactions.
Here are some healthy examples to put in practice:
- Start by taking your emotional temperature. (Gaging your emotional responses)
- Notice if you start judging what you feel.
- Speak about your feelings, be transparent and let go of the anxiety and fear.
Accurate Self-Perceptions: is being aware of who you are, what you’re like, and what you’re capable of.
According to Study.com: Self-perception theory says that ‘When people are unsure about their feelings and motivations, they will use their own behavior to infer what they feel.’
Has there ever been a time that you were unsure about your feelings? How did this affect your performance? And does it happen often?
Recognizing Strengths: Understanding what you succeed at regularly!
Identify 3 people who know you well from different walks of life, and ask them to share or write a brief story about a time when you were at your best.
Once the feedback arrives, look for the common themes that appear in multiple stories or conversations. Make a list of the themes, the key examples that support each theme, and what they suggest about your strengths.
Create your self-portrait. Using this information, write out a brief profile of who you are when you’re at your best.
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Self-Confidence- a feeling of trust in one’s abilities, qualities, and judgment.
Here are some ways to build Self-Confidence:
- Smile and look people in the eye.
- Give genuine compliments to others.
- Practice appreciation.
- Play to your strengths.
- Accept your imperfections.
- Be prepared.
- Set effective goals and work to achieve them.
Is there anything you would want to be more confident in? If yes, name 2 ways that you can start practicing your confidence right now?
Self Efficacy– is how well one can execute courses of action required to deal with prospective situations.
Example: A woman who has just accepted a job position in a role she has never performed before but feels that she has the ability to learn and perform her job well.