WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY
PERSONALITY?
• SUCCESS NEEDS A LOT OF
CONFIDENCE – WHICH COMES FROM
TRUST AND FAITH IN ONESELF –
ALONG...
STRENGTH / WEAKNESS
ANALYSIS
• ASSESSING OF STRENGTH /
WEAKNESS IS NECESSARY
• EARLY IDENTIFICATION OF THE SAME
WILL ENABL...
QUESTIONS TO ASK ONESELF:
• WHAT ARE MY STRENGTHS /
WEAKNESSES?
• WHAT AM I GOOD AT?
• WHAT WOULD I LIKE TO BE GOOD AT?
• ...
• WHAT MAKES ME HAPPY?
• WHAT CHANGE WOULD I LIKE TO
BRING IN MYSELF?
• WHAT ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF
ACHIEVING IN LIFE?
• WH...
IMPORTANCE OF PERSONALITY
DEVELOPMENT
• PERSONALITY IS OUR IDENTITY
WHICH WE PERCEIVE IN OUR MIND.
• PERSONALITY IS EXTREM...
CAN WE CHANGE OUR
PERSONALITY?
• PERSONALITY CAN NOT BE TAUGHT, BUT IT CAN
SURELY BE GROOMED.
• PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT IS...
TYPES OF PERSONALITY
1. LEADER
• POSITIVE – DIRECT, ABILITY TO
COME TO CORRECT CONCLUSION
AND MAKE OTHERS FOLLOW
• NEGATIV...
TYPES OF PERSONALITY
2. SOCIALIZER
• POSITIVE – LOVES TO BE IN GROUPS
AND TRAVEL. COMES UP WITH
WITTY IDEAS AND IS USUALLY...
TYPES OF PERSONALITY
3. PERFECTIONIST
• POSITIVE TRAITS – ACCURACY,
DETAILS, SERIOUSNESS,
CALCULATED AND
PRECISE.PREDICTAB...
TYPES OF PERSONALITY
4. HERMIT
• POSITIVE – DOESN’T LIKE CHANGE.
REPEATEDLY FOLLOWS A SET
GUIDELINE. HAPPY AND CONTENT
WIT...
HOW TO GROOM YOUR
PERSONALITY?
1. TIME MANAGEMENT: PLAN THE DAY
AHEAD BY JOTTING A TO – DO LIST.
2. PRIORITIZE: WHAT IS IM...
4. MINIMIZE INTERRUPTIONS: NOTE WHO OR
WHAT ARE BARRIERS TO SMOOTH
RUNNING OF ACTIONS AND EITHER AVOID
OR SCREEN THEM.
5. ...
EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
•
•
•
•
•
•

COMMUNICATION MEANS AN EXCHANGE OF IDEAS WHICH
PAVE THE WAY FOR FUTURE ACTIONS.
COMMU...
NON – VERBAL
COMMUNICATION
• A) GESTURES – THEY SPEAK A LOT ABOUT
THE ATTITUDE OF THE SPEAKER
• B) BODY LANGUAGE – A CONFI...
ETHICS OF GOOD WRITING
• BE BRIEF
• BE METHODICAL / LOGICAL
• WRITE IN ACTIVE WORDS – NOT
PASSIVE
• BE CLEAR
• BE POSITIVE...
HOW TO SIT ON A CHAIR
THE CORRECT POSTURE TO SIT
WHAT ELSE?
• ENTER THE CLASS WITH CONFIDENCE AND IN
LONG STRIDES – HALF THE BATTLE’S WON!
• MAKE EYE CONTACT
• SMILE – IT ...
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Pstti identification of personality traits

  1. 1. WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY PERSONALITY? • SUCCESS NEEDS A LOT OF CONFIDENCE – WHICH COMES FROM TRUST AND FAITH IN ONESELF – ALONG WITH A GREAT PERSONALITY. • THE STEPPING STONE OF SUCCESS IS GOOD PERSONALITY • WE ALL HAVE OUR PLUS POINTS, CALLED AS STRENGTH – AND MINUS POINTS, CALLED AS WEAKNESS
  2. 2. STRENGTH / WEAKNESS ANALYSIS • ASSESSING OF STRENGTH / WEAKNESS IS NECESSARY • EARLY IDENTIFICATION OF THE SAME WILL ENABLE TO FOCUS ON PART WHICH NEEDS MAXIMUM ATTENTION
  3. 3. QUESTIONS TO ASK ONESELF: • WHAT ARE MY STRENGTHS / WEAKNESSES? • WHAT AM I GOOD AT? • WHAT WOULD I LIKE TO BE GOOD AT? • WHAT DO I STRUGGLE TO BE GOOD AT? • WHAT AM I BAD AT? • WHAT AM I BAD AT WHICH NEEDS TO BE MADE GOOD?
  4. 4. • WHAT MAKES ME HAPPY? • WHAT CHANGE WOULD I LIKE TO BRING IN MYSELF? • WHAT ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF ACHIEVING IN LIFE? • WHERE DO YOU WISH TO BE? • HAVE YOU TAKEN STEPS IN PROCEEDING TOWARDS WHERE YOU WISH TO BE, WHICH MAKES YOU HAPPY?
  5. 5. IMPORTANCE OF PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT • PERSONALITY IS OUR IDENTITY WHICH WE PERCEIVE IN OUR MIND. • PERSONALITY IS EXTREMELY CRUCIAL – STARTS WITH ATTITUDE, GOES INTO CONDUCT AND PRESENTATION. THE END RESULT IS SUMMED UP BY PEOPLE AROUND US • EACH INDIVIDUAL HAS A UNIQUE PERSONALITY
  6. 6. CAN WE CHANGE OUR PERSONALITY? • PERSONALITY CAN NOT BE TAUGHT, BUT IT CAN SURELY BE GROOMED. • PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT IS NOT CHOOSING A TRAIT, BUT THE ABILITY OF AN INDIVIDUAL TO ADJUST TO A GIVEN ENVIRONMENT. • IT IS A CONTINOUS PHASE OF EVOLUTION, AND IS LINKED TO ONE’S PERSONAL / PROFESSIONAL GROWTH. • DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS SEEM TO HAVE DIFFERENT PERSONALITIES AT DIFFERENT POINTS OF TIME DUE TO DIFFERENT FACTORS.
  7. 7. TYPES OF PERSONALITY 1. LEADER • POSITIVE – DIRECT, ABILITY TO COME TO CORRECT CONCLUSION AND MAKE OTHERS FOLLOW • NEGATIVE – AFRAID OF ROUTINE, ARE FAST IN DECISION AND AT TIMES APPEAR INSENSITIVE
  8. 8. TYPES OF PERSONALITY 2. SOCIALIZER • POSITIVE – LOVES TO BE IN GROUPS AND TRAVEL. COMES UP WITH WITTY IDEAS AND IS USUALLY THE CENTRE OF ATTRACTION • NEGATIVE – AFRAID OF BEING TAKEN FOR GRANTED, EMOTIONALLY WEAK AND HYPER. GETS BORED EASILY
  9. 9. TYPES OF PERSONALITY 3. PERFECTIONIST • POSITIVE TRAITS – ACCURACY, DETAILS, SERIOUSNESS, CALCULATED AND PRECISE.PREDICTABLE AND DEPENDABLE. VERY SENSITIVE. • NEGATIVE – SLOW IN MAKING DECISIONS, WILL CONCLUDE AFTER ASSESING ALL POSSIBILITIES.
  10. 10. TYPES OF PERSONALITY 4. HERMIT • POSITIVE – DOESN’T LIKE CHANGE. REPEATEDLY FOLLOWS A SET GUIDELINE. HAPPY AND CONTENT WITH ONESELF. PUNCTUAL AND CONSISTENT. • NEGATIVE – TEND TO KEEP TO ONESELF. EFFICIENCY IS DISTURBED BY NEW CHANGES
  11. 11. HOW TO GROOM YOUR PERSONALITY? 1. TIME MANAGEMENT: PLAN THE DAY AHEAD BY JOTTING A TO – DO LIST. 2. PRIORITIZE: WHAT IS IMPORTANT, NEEDS TO BE DONE FIRST. 3. UNDERSTAND ENVIRONMENT: ANALYZE PEOPLE AROUND YOU AND GIVE THEM SUITABLE WORK TO BE DONE.
  12. 12. 4. MINIMIZE INTERRUPTIONS: NOTE WHO OR WHAT ARE BARRIERS TO SMOOTH RUNNING OF ACTIONS AND EITHER AVOID OR SCREEN THEM. 5. AVOID PROCRASTINATION: “I’LL DO IT LATER”….NEVER KEEP ANYTHING FOR LATER USE. EVEN THOUGHTS AND ACTIONS COME WITH AN EXPIRY DATE. 6. REINFORCEMENT: AFTER RESULT OF AN ACTION, THE PERFORMANCE MUST BE REINFORCED TO HAVE A CONTINOUS SUCCESS.
  13. 13. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION • • • • • • COMMUNICATION MEANS AN EXCHANGE OF IDEAS WHICH PAVE THE WAY FOR FUTURE ACTIONS. COMMUNICATION MAY BE VERBAL AS WELL AS NONVERBAL. VERBAL COMMUNICATION – A) CONTENT – THERE MUST BE A LOGICAL AND ACCURATE CONTENT TO BE COMMUNICATED B) ORGANIZE – THE FLOW OF COMMUNICATION MUST BE EASY TO COMPREHEND, HENCE IT MUST BE ORGANIZED C) STYLE – THE CHOICE OF WORDS, TONE, GRAMMAR AND LANGUAGE MAKE UP FOR STYLE D) DELIVERY – HOW VERBAL COMMUNICATION IS SAID. MAINTAINENCE OF EYE CONTACT, NEATNESS IN DRESSING, USE OF AV AIDS ADDS UP AS DELIVERY. PAUSE AT REGULAR INTERVALS, LISTEN ACTIVELY AND GIVE APPROPRIATE REMARKS
  14. 14. NON – VERBAL COMMUNICATION • A) GESTURES – THEY SPEAK A LOT ABOUT THE ATTITUDE OF THE SPEAKER • B) BODY LANGUAGE – A CONFIDENT BODY SPEAKS VOLUMES ABOUT THE OUTLOOK OF A PERSON • C) WRITTEN COMMUNICATION – ALWAYS WRITE CLEAR, SIMPLE SENTENCES IN NEAT HANDWRITING. DO NOT LEAVE CERTAIN ISSUES ‘HANGING’ – FOR THE READER TO UNDERSTAND
  15. 15. ETHICS OF GOOD WRITING • BE BRIEF • BE METHODICAL / LOGICAL • WRITE IN ACTIVE WORDS – NOT PASSIVE • BE CLEAR • BE POSITIVE • BE PERSUASIVE • KISS – KEEP IT SHORT AND SIMPLE
  16. 16. HOW TO SIT ON A CHAIR
  17. 17. THE CORRECT POSTURE TO SIT
  18. 18. WHAT ELSE? • ENTER THE CLASS WITH CONFIDENCE AND IN LONG STRIDES – HALF THE BATTLE’S WON! • MAKE EYE CONTACT • SMILE – IT MAKES YOU APPROACHABLE • KEEP ARMS UNCROSSED – TO THE SIDES, IT SHOWS AN OPEN MINDED PERSON • EXTEND YOUR HAND IN THE DIRECTION OF THE CHILD WHO ASKED YOU A QUESTION – IT IS AN EXCELLENT ICE-BREAKER! • A STRONG BEGINNING AND A STRONG ENDING GO A LONG WAY WITH EFFECTIVE COMMUNICFATION!

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