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Increase Confidence and Motivation with the Self-Worth Inventory
We all have various levels of self-worth. In the past, discussion about a person's self-worth was taboo or certainly not encouraged. Self-Worth Inventory (SWI) is a simple yet powerful process to help measure your levels of self-worth in specific areas of your life. The SWI does not create self-worth; it confirms what is already true.
What is the Self-Worth Inventory?
It is a professionally developed, self-administered, and self-scoring learning and communication instrument that provides participants with self-worth scores for five different categories;
• Projected Self
Levels of self-worth highly influence the results accomplished every single day. This self-awareness and educational tool will assist in gaining a deeper understanding of the perception of personal self-worth and enable your clients to plan for increased confidence and assurance.
Why Use the SWI?
To reduce the impact that events could have on an individual's self-worth levels. This can be achieved if he or
she understands the situation and has specific approaches for maintaining and increasing self-worth levels. Many organisations and individuals use the Self-Worth Inventory on a regular and planned basis. We recommend completing the SWI every 1 to 2 years to track and benchmark self-worth levels. It also can assist your organisation to establish the impact of significant changes or interventions.
Use the SWI to:
* Improve Quality of Life
* Create Self-Confidence
* Build Trust in Yourself and Your Clients
Use it for:
* Prospective Partners
The best thing you can do for your clients and employees is help them build their self-worth. The benefits are far-reaching and long-lasting.
To assess Self-worth
Everett T. Robinson, M.A. and Ken Keis, MBA