The Employees’ Self-Esteem: A comprehensive Review

Farooq Jan, Muhammad Riaz Khan, Irfanullah Khan, Sattar Khan, Naveed Saif


In the available literature, diverse terms such as self-efficacy, self-concept, self-confidence and self-esteem are often used inconsistently and interchangeably as they may denote to dissimilar ideas about how individual think about themselves. This requires the emotion, attitude and psychomotor measurements of human personality. In the society, employees as human beings “live where their sense of self-worth evolves from the frequent” exchanges with others. Negatively or positively, this sense of self-worth, affects their entire life and certainly their professional life too. The self-esteem can be defined as the degree to which the individual believes himself to be successful, worthy and capable. The literature reveals that the self-esteem is significant to an employees’ identity, responsiveness and that low and high self- esteem would influence behavior in negative and positive ways.

Keywords: Self-esteem, Self-confidence, Performance, Empowerment, Academicians, HEIs

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