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Final personalityabrar11th oct 12.00am rough

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    Final personalityabrar11th oct 12.00am rough Final personalityabrar11th oct 12.00am rough Presentation Transcript

      • -----------------------------------------------------------
      • Our personality shapes our behavior.
      • Why some people are quite / passive.
      • Why some people are loud and
      • aggressive.
      • What is personality ?
    • Diagram of structure of personality
      • What is Personality ?
      • Personality is the dynamic concept
      • describing the dynamic growth and
      • development of an individual whole
      • psychological systems.
      • Personality is the sum of total of ways in
      • which an individual reacts to and interacts
      • with others.
      • Personality Determents : -
      • Heredity :- Heredity refers to those factors that were determined of Conception.
      • Physical structure, temperament, energy level, influenced by parents.
      • 2 . Environment :- Our early conditioning the norms of family, value systems of the family.
      • 3. Situation :- An individual personality, although generally stable does change in different situation. E.g. In a temple – one generally constrains many behaviors wherein in a picnic constraints are relatively few.
      • The MBT
      • Myers Briggs Type Indicator
      • Most Famous Personality instrument in the world.
      • Source of energy
      • Extrovert v/s Introvert(E or I)
      • Collecting information
      • Sensing v/s Intuitive (S or N)
      • Decision making
      • Thinking v/s Feeling (T or F)
      • Understanding the world
      • Judging v/s Perceiving(J or P)
    • 16 Personalities Types……..
      • ISTJ INFJ
      • ISTP INFP
      • ISFJ INTJ
      • ISFP INTP
      • ISTJ(Introvert ,Sensing ,Thinking , Judging)
      •  Serious and quiet, interested in security and peaceful living
      •  Extremely thorough, responsible, and dependable
      ISTP(Introvert, Sensing , Thinking , Perceiving)  Quiet , reserved,interested in how and why things work  Detached and analytical, they excel at finding solutions to practical problems.
      • ISFJ(Introvert , Sensing , Feeling , Judging)
      •  Quiet, kind, and conscientious
      •  Interested in serving others.
      •  Stable and practical, they value security and traditions.
      • ISFP(Introvert ,Sensing , Feeling , Perceiving)
      •  Quiet, serious, sensitive and kind.
      • -  Not interested in leading or controlling others
      • -  Flexible and open-minded
      • INFP(Introvert , Intutitive , Feeling , Perceiving)
      •  Quiet, reflective, and idealistic
      •  Mentally quick, and able to see possibilities. Interested in understanding and helping people.
      INTP(Introvert, Intuitive , Thinking , Perceiving)  Logical, original, creative thinkers  Individualistic, having no interest in leading or following others.  Exceptionally capable and driven to turn theories into clear understandings. INTJ(Introvert, Intuitive , Thinking, Judging )  Independent, original, analytical, and determined  Highly value knowledge, competence, and structure.  Natural leaders, but will follow if they trust existing leaders INFJ(Introvert, Intuitive , Feeling , Judging) -  Quietly forceful, original, and sensitive  Extremely intuitive about people, and concerned for their feelings
    • 16 Personalities Types…..
      • ESTP ENFP
      • ESTJ ENFJ
      • ESFP ENTP
      • ESFJ ENTJ
      ESTP(Extrovert, Sensing , Thinking ,Perceiving)  Friendly, adaptable, action-oriented  Impatient with long explanations
      • ESTJ(Extrovert , Sensing ,Thinking ,Judging)
      • Practical, traditional, and organized
      • Like to be in charge
      • "Good citizens" who value security and peaceful living.
      • ESFP(Extrovert ,Sensing ,Feeling , Perceiving)
      • People-oriented and fun-loving
      • Living for the moment, they love new experiences.
      • They dislike theory and impersonal analysis.
      • ESFJ(Extrovert , Sensing, Feeling, Judging )
      • Warm-hearted, popular, and conscientious
      • Feel strong sense of responsibility and duty
      • Need positive reinforcement to feel good about themselves
      • ENFP(Extrovert , Intuitive ,Feeling , Perceiving )
      • Enthusiastic, idealistic, and creative
      • Great people skills
      • Excited by new ideas, but bored with details
      • ENFJ(Extrovert , Intuitive, Feeling , Judging)
      • Popular and sensitive, with outstanding people skills
      • Externally focused, with real concern for how others think and feel
      • ENTP(Extrovert ,Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving)
      • Creative, resourceful, and intellectually quick
      • Generally outspoken and assertive
      • They enjoy people and are stimulating company.
      • ENTJ: (Extrovert , Intuitive ,Thinking Judging)
      • Assertive and outspoken - they are driven to lead
      • They value knowledge and competence, and usually have little patience with inefficiency or disorganization.
    • Five Big Factors Of Personality Extraversion: Sociable or retiring fun-loving or somber affectionate or reserved Conscientiousness: Organized or disorganized careful or careless disciplined or impulsive Emotional stability: Calm or anxious secure or insecure self-satisfied or self-pitying Openness: Imaginative or practical interested in variety or routine independent or conforming Agreeableness: Softhearted or ruthless trusting or suspicious helpful or uncooperative
      • The Big Five Model
      • Extraversion: -
      • This dimension captures one’s comfort level with relationship. Extroverts tend to be gregarious, assertive and sociable.
      • Introvert tend to be reserved, quiet.
      • Agreeableness: -
      • This dimension refers to an individual
      • propensity to defer to others.
      • Highly agreeable people are Co-operative,
      • warm and trusting.
      • Those who score low on this dimension are
      • cold, disagreeable.
      • Conscientiousness: -
      • This measures reliability such people are dependable and persistent.
      • Emotional Stability: -
        • This dimension taps persons ability to with
        • stand stress. People with positive emotional
        • stability tend to be clam, self confident and
        • secure.
        • Those with high negative scores tend to be
        • nervous, anxious, depressed and insecure.
      • Openness to Experience: -
      • Extremely open people are creative, curious and sensitive.
    • Major Personality Attributes Influencing OB
      • Locus of Control
      • Machiavellianism
      • Self Esteem
      • Self Monitoring
      • Risk Taking
      • Type – A Personality
      • Type – B Personality
      • Locus of Control
      • The degree to which people believe that they are the masters of their own fate.
      Locus of control External locus of control Internal locus of control
      • Machiavellianism
      • The Degree to which an individual is pragmatic, maintains emotional distance & believes that ends can justify means.
      • Self Esteem
      • Individuals degree of liking or disliking themselves.
      • Self Monitoring
      • A personality trait that measures an individual’s ability to adjust his/her behavior to external , situational factors.
      • Risk Taking
      • The Degree to which an individual thrives a situations that most others would find perilous and stressful .
      • Type A Personality
      • Aggressive involvement in chronic situation, incessant struggle to achieve more and more in less and less time.
      • Are always moving
      • walking.
      • Feel impatient.
      • Strive to think or do
      • two or more things.
      • Can not cope with
      • leisure time.
      • Type B. Personality
      • Type B are rarely harried by desire to obtain a wildly increasing number of things or participate in an endless growing series of events in an ever decreasing amount of time.
      • Never suffer from a
      • sense of time urgency.
      • Feel no need to display
      • their either achievement.
      • Play for fun and relaxation.
      • Can relax without guilt.
      • Personality trait helps in selection of employee.
      • Matching people with job.
    • Personality Types and Suitable Occupation Personality types Personality Characteristics Suitable Occupations Realistic – Prefer physical activities Shy, genuine, stable, practical Mechanic, assembly line worker, farmer Investigator: Prefer activities that involve thinking, understanding Analytical, original, curious, independent Mathematician, news reporter, economist Social: Prefers activities that involve helping and developing others Sociable, friendly, cooperative Social worker, teacher, counselor Conventional: Prefers rule regulated, orderly & unambiguous activities Efficient, practical, inflexible Accountant, bank teller, corporate manager Enterprising: Prefers verbal activities in which one can influence others, attain power Self-confident, energenitic Lawyer, Public relation Specialist Artistic:Prefers ambiguous & unsystematic activities Imaginative,idealistic,impractical Painter,Musician,Writer
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