PERSONALIT
Y
PRESENTED BY:
Shivi mittal
Definition of Personality
Personality - A relatively stable set of
characteristics that influences an individual’s
behavio...
Determinants Of Personality
 Biological Factors
 Cultural Factors
 Family and Social Factors
 Situational Factors
 Ot...
Personality Theories
Trait Theory - understand individuals by breaking
down behavior patterns into observable traits
Neo F...
Freudian Theory
ID
System 1

SUPER EGO
System 3

EGO
System 2
Big Five Personality Traits
Extraversion
Agreeableness
Conscientiousness
Emotional stability
Openness to
experience

Grega...
Personality Attributes
Locus of Control
Internal

External

I control what
happens to me!

People and
circumstances
contro...
Personality Attributes
Self-Esteem
Feelings of Self Worth

Success tends
to increase
self-esteem

Failure tends
to decreas...
Personality Attributes
Self-Monitoring
Behavior based on cues from people & situations
 High self-monitors
 More sensiti...
Personality Attributes
Risk Propensity
Degree of willingness to take risk
 High Risk Propensity
 Not afraid of adopting
...
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
 Based on Carl Jung’s work
 People are fundamentally different
 People are fundamentally al...
MBTI Preferences
Preferences

Represents

Extraversion Introversion

How one
re-energizes
How one gathers
information
How ...
Thanks
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  1. 1. PERSONALIT Y PRESENTED BY: Shivi mittal
  2. 2. Definition of Personality Personality - A relatively stable set of characteristics that influences an individual’s behavior
  3. 3. Determinants Of Personality  Biological Factors  Cultural Factors  Family and Social Factors  Situational Factors  Other Factors
  4. 4. Personality Theories Trait Theory - understand individuals by breaking down behavior patterns into observable traits Neo Freudian Theory – social relationships played a vital role in the formation and development of personality. Self Concept Theory - how much we recognize ourselves and how much we are confident about ourselves.
  5. 5. Freudian Theory ID System 1 SUPER EGO System 3 EGO System 2
  6. 6. Big Five Personality Traits Extraversion Agreeableness Conscientiousness Emotional stability Openness to experience Gregarious, assertive, sociable Cooperative, warm, agreeable Hardworking, organized, dependable Calm, self-confidant, cool Creative, curious, cultured
  7. 7. Personality Attributes Locus of Control Internal External I control what happens to me! People and circumstances control my fate!
  8. 8. Personality Attributes Self-Esteem Feelings of Self Worth Success tends to increase self-esteem Failure tends to decrease self-esteem
  9. 9. Personality Attributes Self-Monitoring Behavior based on cues from people & situations  High self-monitors  More sensitive in nature  Competent enough to face changing atmosphere.  Low self-monitors  show consistent behaviour  less likely to respond to work group norms or supervisory feedback
  10. 10. Personality Attributes Risk Propensity Degree of willingness to take risk  High Risk Propensity  Not afraid of adopting new ideas  Take quick decisions  Low Risk Propensity  Oppose new ideas  Believe in conservatism  Not take quick decisions
  11. 11. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator  Based on Carl Jung’s work  People are fundamentally different  People are fundamentally alike  People have preference combinations for extraversion/introversion, perception, judgment  Briggs & Myers developed the MBTI to understand individual differences
  12. 12. MBTI Preferences Preferences Represents Extraversion Introversion How one re-energizes How one gathers information How one makes decisions How one orients to the outer world Sensing Intuiting Thinking Feeling Judging Perceiving
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