However, a fake person always looks out to be in the limelight and grab people’s attention. A real person stays in his comfort zone and does not crave for attention whereas a fake person thinks that he should always be the center of attention at any place he goes and tends to be loud to attract attention. This does not mean that a genuine person stays alone and cannot be a good leader. A real person can be a good leader but even after attaining a high position he would behave politely and respectfully with
Credible leaders are aware that respect is vital in establishing loyalty and respect in return by not insulting, embarrassing and manipulating anyone. Credible leaders try to remain transparent with their actions with no hidden motives. This habit fosters an honest environment where unethical behavior is strongly discouraged (Gleeson, 2016). Another way effective leaders gain credibility is by being educated. Credible leaders continue to learn to increase their knowledge and expertise.
Identity Achievement refers to individuals who have experienced a decision-making period and are pursuing self-chosen occupation and ideological goals (Marcia, 1980). Emerging adults who are classified as Identity Achievement have goals in their lives that they ultimately want to achieve, and are not influenced or pressured by others in deciding their path. Also, emerging adults tend to focus on what is important. Even though there are obstacles, they persevere. In addition, they have better skills to interact with others, and they are respectful without becoming defensive.
I am kind, caring, non-judgmental and open-minded. It’s important to have these characteristics in order to empathize with your clients. I will encounter a variety of situations that will required me to be open-minded to understand. You can’t exhibit any signs of judgmental thoughts when you’re working with clients. Just because sometimes you might not agree with a person decision, doesn’t entitle you to treat them poorly.
Ethical issues for the counsellor include the necessity of understanding one`s own motivation for entering the helping profession and one`s responsibility to be aware of his or her own personal issues and to seek assistance when necessary. Counsellors have a further ethical responsibility to maintain high levels of professional competence in the areas of professional growth, accurate representation of services and training to clients and developing knowledge and expertise in specialised areas. Counsellors should ensure that they provide only those services and interventions for which they have adequate training (Van Niekerk and Prins, 2001). Counsellors or anyone involved in counselling should practise high levels of confidentiality, professional competence and be in a position to provide appropriate information to the clients for them to make their own
Assertiveness is when expressing feelings, thoughts, opinions and beliefs. Self-confident people don't wary away from protecting their points of view or goals, or from trying to influence others. In terms, assertiveness means reacting to positive and negative emotions without aggression or resorting to passivity. Saying that, assertiveness allows an individual to act in their own best interests, to stand up for themselves without unnecessary anxiety, to express honest feelings comfortably and to express personal rights without denying the rights of
Aggressive 2. Assertive 3. Passive Aggression is a bullish, in your face behaviour which can be seen through such behaviours as belittling others, being offensive, judging people and being critical, being violent and abusive. Passive behaviour avoids conflict, aiming to please constantly, full of self-blame, low self-esteem and feels unconfident. Assertiveness is a balance between passive and aggressive.
We unnecessarily stress ourselves very often. Instead of doing so if we take these least important things lightly, we can get rid of this irritation and distress. The study points out that instead of grumbling at these petty inconvenient situations, how can we enjoy these moments. It may sound strange but it really happens. While encountering routine inconveniences, many people curse the system, the people concerned, the time, and even their own destiny and so on, on the other hand some of us who are fun loving, enjoy these moments.
Introduction: Life becomes simple and lighter when you like or love yourself. Most people’s enemy are themselves. By keeping your confidence levels high you will feel more deserving in your life. Healthy self-esteem is essential for healthy relationships. Having high self-esteem doesn’t guarantee a happy relationship but it helps you to build with the skills necessary to identify what you want and the strength to walk away if something falls short.
A person with high self-esteem has leadership skills, high decision making power, are more confident, love and respect themselves. People admire them for that, they look up to them. They are likely to be satisfied of themselves, accept the way they are do not crib for what they should be like. They are not afraid to explore there selves, do not try to imitate others. People with low self-esteem has the constant fear that they can’t do things right.