In addition to traditional functions of task assistance, work relationships promote personal growth, career advancement, emotional support, a source of friendship, and an opportunity to give to others. Relationships promote perceptions of meaningful work, has potential to increase job satisfaction, create positive emotions at work, and support life satisfaction (Colbert, Bono & Purvanova,
Attitude is responding positive or negative towards a certain idea, object, person, or situation. Attitude influences one’s self-esteem, feeling of satisfaction that someone has in themselves with his or her own abilities. If one has low self-esteem it can lead to lack of confidence, one who has high self- esteem leads to improved relationships and successful outcomes. Attitude and self-esteem play a huge role in one’s career but also in life. When it comes to work it is important to have a good attitude, it reflects on who one is as a person and how to manage oneself at work.
In other words, the practice of properly using, or refraining from the use of, emotions impacts job satisfaction the most. Building relationships by listening empathetically while engaging the employee optimistically, counteracts the emotions associated with feeling unheard or unappreciated. Moreover, altering the organizational mindset to integrate the power of positive thinking changes an individual’s response from fear to enthusiasm, promoting job satisfaction in the
Managing the balance between professionalism and privacy is important to be happy To some extent, happiness depends on the balance between work and life but, of course, other factors within the three areas mentioned above also bring happiness. The balance between work and private life represents about 10% of happiness. So that's very important but it does not have to be considered the solution. I. Interaction between love and work We can conclude that a positive attitude and a good relationship with a partner who provides support are the main factors influencing the happiness and well-being of an individual. In addition, it is important to keep in mind that work also has an impact on happiness.
as an appreciation of the investment (Noah and Steve, 2012). Carpeter et al. (2009) identified a number of factors that would influence employees’ work attitude, including personality, perceived organisational fairness, work environment, job relations, job characteristics, psychological contracts, and stress. A study by Ahmad et al. (2010) found that work attitude of employees has a positive impact on job satisfaction, which would lead to improved moral and performance in the workplace.
Maslow divided it into self-respect and respect for others. To Maslow, a satisfaction of self-esteem needs generates feelings and attitudes of self-confidence, self-worth, capacity and the feeling of being useful and necessary in the world. The frustration of these needs leads to feelings and attitudes of inferiority, ineptness, Weakness, passivity, and dependency. These negative self-perceptions give rise to basic discouragements, a sense of futility and hopelessness in dealing with life’s demands and low evaluation of self vis-à-vis others. In summary, it has been established from the numerous readings that high self-esteem correlates highly with self-reported happiness which may arise from a feeling of competence, confidence, goal-directedness, and self-efficacy which may lead to scoring well in exams [1-3].
Self-confidence is being secure in one’s abilities and judgments. It is having trust and assurance in oneself. Reputation, on the other hand, is an opinion commonly held concerning a person or group’s character (Helm, 2011). The distinction between the two aspects is that self-confidence is internal, emanating from within an individual, while reputation is external, coming from other people. These two aspects are crucial in life since they determine one’s progress or failure to some given extents.
Non verbal inner speech or self talk is a major influence of self esteem. Through well preformed communication one will enhance the way one views themselves. The way others view us also plays a part in how we view ourselves. People think highly of others that have well developed communication skills. Successful communication is linked to greater self esteem with the help of others.
When the self-image is positive, you accept and appreciate your body. When the self-image is negative, the person tends to focus on their weaknesses and faults. Self-image is essential to how we think about ourselves which will affect how we feel about ourselves and subsequently how we interact with others around
Someone with strong intrapersonal skills tends to have a more positive internal monologue, such as a "can-do" attitude. Rather than constant self-doubt and uncertainty, someone with excellent intrapersonal abilities believes that success is inevitable. Intrapersonal abilities also enable a person to sense when someone else is upset, offended or sad, and to react