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  • 1. Different types of personalities
  • 2. 1.Relationshipper. 2.Workaholic. 3.Opinioner. 4.Dreamer. 5.Funmaker. 6.Promoter.
  • 3. Presentation objective 1-To help us define our personality type. 2-To help us discover our customers different types of personalities. 3-To teach us how to deal with each personality according to its motives and limits.
  • 4. 1-Relationshipper A- Characteristics : 1.Ability to be giving. 2.Attentive to the needs of other people. 3.Can create harmony among his group.
  • 5. 1-Relationshipper B- Strong points : 1.Compassionate. 2.Sensitive. 3.Warm feelings.
  • 6. 1-Relationshipper C- Work environment : 1.Welcoming. 2.Comfortable. 3.Personalized.
  • 7. 1-Relationshipper D- Appearance : 1.Well groomed. 2.Soft and matching colors.
  • 8. 1-Relationshipper E- Drive : BE NICE
  • 9. 1-Relationshipper F- Internal Question : Am I Liked ?
  • 10. 2-Workaholic A- Characteristics : 1.Likes logical thinking. 2.Does not show his feelings at work. 3.Highly organized. 4.Accurate.
  • 11. 2-Workaholic B- Strong points : 1.Logical. 2.Responsible. 3.Competent. 4.Prepared with numbers and papers.
  • 12. 2-Workaholic C- Work environment : 1.Technical. 2.Administrative.
  • 13. 2-Workaholic D- Appearance : 1.Classic. 2.well-Groomed. 3.In accordance to the situation.
  • 14. 2-Workaholic E- Drive : BE PERFECT
  • 15. 2-Workaholic F- Internal Question : Am I Competent ? Am I Perfect?
  • 16. 3-Funmaker A- Characteristics : 1.Joyful. 2.Often at ease. 3.Expressing his emotions. 4.Has problems with authorities and orders.
  • 17. 3-Funmaker B- Strong points : 1.Creative. 2.Spontaneous. 3.Playful.
  • 18. 3-Funmaker C- Work environment : 1.Artistic Creation. 2.Animation. 3.Toys.
  • 19. 3-Funmaker D- Appearance : 1.Original Style.
  • 20. 3-Funmaker E- Drive : TRY HARD
  • 21. 3-Funmaker F- Internal Question : Am I Accepted? Am I Funny?
  • 22. 4-Opinioner A- Characteristics : 1.Ability to express his opinions. 2.Judgement. 3.Conviction. 4.Reserved. 5.May have problems with authorities and orders if they don’t match his values and opinions.
  • 23. 4-Opinioner B- Strong points : 1.Dedicated. 2.Observant. 3.Conscious. 4.Religious.
  • 24. 4-Opinioner C- Work environment : 1.Functional. 2.Traditional. 3.Old furniture.
  • 25. 4-Opinioner D- Appearance : 1.Classic style.
  • 26. 4-Opinioner E- Drive : BE PERFECT
  • 27. 4-Opinioner F- Internal Question : Am I Trusted?
  • 28. 5-Dreamer A- Characteristics : 1.Calm. 2.Simple. 3.Manual Skills. 4.Rare expression of feelings.
  • 29. 5-Dreamer B- Strong points : 1.Reflective. 2.Imaginative. 3.Precise.
  • 30. 5-Dreamer C- Work environment : 1.Simple. 2.Comfortable. 3.Unorganized. 4.Not time oriented (Usually Late).
  • 31. 5-Dreamer D- Appearance : 1.Natural style. 2.Practical clothes. 3.Comfortable.
  • 32. 5-Dreamer E- Drive : BE STRONG
  • 33. 5-Dreamer F- Internal Question : Am I Wanted?
  • 34. 6-Promoter A- Characteristics : 1.Firm. 2.Direct. 3.Business oriented. 4.Rare expression of feelings.
  • 35. 6-Promoter B- Strong points : 1.Adaptable. 2.Persuasive. 3.Charming. 4.Challenger. 5.Prepared with ideas and solutions. 6.Resourceful.
  • 36. 6-Promoter C- Work environment : 1.Luxurious. 2.Likes red and black things. 3.Expensive and modern styles . 4.Time oriented (Usually early).
  • 37. 6-Promoter D- Appearance : 1.Expensive. 2.Jewellery. 3.Original.
  • 38. 6-Promoter E- Drive : BE STRONG
  • 39. 6-Promoter F- Internal Question : Am I alive?
  • 40. Conclusion
    • There are many different types of personalities.
    • Each type has its own characteristics and its strong points.
    • No type is better than the other but you have to choose the right type for the right place.
    • Each person has a mixture of many types but usually has one type dominating the others.
  • 41. Practice
    • Try to define your type.
    • Try to define your friends types.
    • Try to define your customers’ types.
    • This will make dealing with people much easier for you.
  • 42. Thank you Mena Anwer