The wizard’s apprentice tells a noblewoman with low self-esteem about the notion of the seven steps of the self-esteem method. He talks about needs and objects of need, simultaneous needs and rating needs. The noblewoman begins to understand how she can build self-esteem. She now knows that from today and every day going forward, she has to practise what she has begun to learn.

"Once upon a time, there was a self-esteem leader who helped others build self-esteem."

The notion of self-esteem leadership

Self-esteem leadership is practised through a series of specific competencies that build self-esteem. Self-esteem leaders help others build self-esteem, for example as parents, partners, family members, colleagues, executives and anyone with influence on and responsibility for others. What self-esteem leaders have in common is the desire and ability to support other people’s personal growth by enhancing their self-esteem. In this context, the term ‘leader’ applies broadly and is not the reserve of business contexts, although of course, it applies here too.

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