Motivation and engagement of your professional identity
Owning your professional identity
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Cultural experiences and professional identity
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Self-efficacy relates to your perceived ability to organise and complete tasks. Self-efficacy impacts on your ability to deal with uncertainty in the workplace. Individuals with a well-developed sense of self-efficacy are persistent in difficult and challenging situations, persevere until the skill has been mastered, and generally have a high level of resilience.
I am able to manage time lines and complete tasks in an organised and efficient manner.
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Self-concept relates to knowledge, ideas, attitudes and beliefs you have about yourself. Self-concept is concerned with what you value. This will vary in different situations. How you see yourself impacts on how you build relationships in the workplace.
Self-esteem relates to how you feel about yourself, your sense of self-worth.
I perceive myself as a capable, approachable and considerate person.
I am a valued co-worker worthy of respect and approval from my colleagues.
Self-confidence relates to a feeling of trust in your own ability. A feeling of self-confidence helps you to portray yourself confidently in the workplace and promote your skills and abilities in a professional context. As you develop your workplace skills and progressively improve your capabilities, growing confidence will support greater creativity and innovation. With self-confidence, you become more autonomous, agile and adaptable.
Self-identity relates to how you perceive your personal skills and attributes within social settings. Self-identity is influenced by how people respond to you and the relationships you establish.
I have trust in my own ability and am confident to complete tasks allocated to me.
I have positive relationships with people in the workplace and have well-developed social skills.