Table of Contents:
- Why is Maslow's hierarchy important?
- What are some examples of self-actualization?
- What does a self-actualized person look like?
- How do you measure self-concept?
- What causes low self-esteem?
Why is Maslow's hierarchy important?
While dated, Maslow's theory is useful for both personal development and workplace growth. By identifying what humans need and what drives and motivates people, employers and employees can develop mutually beneficial relationships and positive environments conducive to work.
What are some examples of self-actualization?
A few examples of behavior a self-actualized person might exhibit include:
- Finding humor in a given situation.
- Getting enjoyment and satisfaction out of the present moment.
- Understanding what they need in order to gain a sense of fulfillment.
- Tendency to feel secure and unashamed in who they are.
What does a self-actualized person look like?
1) Self-actualized people embrace the unknown and the ambiguous. They are not threatened or afraid of it; instead, they accept it, are comfortable with it and are often attracted by it. They do not cling to the familiar.
How do you measure self-concept?
A well-known instrument for measuring self-concept is the Self-Description Questionnaire (SDQ) (Marsh, 1990). The SDQI is for primary school students, the SDQII for secondary school students, and the SDQIII for young adults.
What causes low self-esteem?
Some of the many causes of low self-esteem may include: Unhappy childhood where parents (or other significant people such as teachers) were extremely critical. Poor academic performance in school resulting in a lack of confidence. Ongoing stressful life event such as relationship breakdown or financial trouble.
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