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Self-concept refers to the totality of a complex, organized, and dynamic system of learned
beliefs, attitudes and opinions that each person holds to be true about his or her personal
existence. Self-concepts represent knowledge structures that consist of beliefs about the
self, including one’s attributes, social roles, and goals. The main factors determining the
formation of the self-concept of an individual are the environment as well as people with
whom the individual lives. Notion of self-concept is developing around people’s work and
organizational experiences. The individual, relational, and collective self-concepts refer to
whether the self is viewed as separate from others, linked to others through relationships, or
included in large groups, respectively. Researchers have established that individuals differ
in their orientations toward the three levels of the self-concept. Also, self-concept in
organizations could affect on social work behaviors, organization-based role-set in
workplace, career satisfaction, and achievement. When managers have favorable attitudes
toward themselves, they are in a much better position to build positive and realistic selfconcept
in their employers. However, promoting high self-concept is important. It is
suggested that positive self concept is considered and reinforced among employees.

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