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  • 1. Submitted by,<br />P. BalaSubramanian<br />F1 Batch<br />PD Assessment<br />Staff in Charge<br />Miss. Sirisha<br />
  • 2. Personality plays importance role in our life. It is not a talent, it is a skill so we can develop it.<br />I learnt numerous things from this session which I never forget in our life than other sessions because our lessons are thought in the form of activities<br />For my personal improvement I heartly thank my faculty Miss. Sirisha<br />Indroduction<br />
  • 3. Synopsis<br />
  • 4. Part - 1<br />
  • 5. Personality can be defined as a dynamic and organized set of characteristics possessed by a person that uniquely influences his or her cognitions motivations and behaviours in various situations.<br />The word "personality" originates from the Latin persona, which means mask.<br />Cognitions -Perception, reasoning, or knowledge.<br />Personality<br />
  • 6. .<br />Personality type refers to the psychological classification of different types of individuals. <br />Personality types are sometimes distinguished from personality traits, with the latter embodying a smaller grouping of behavioural tendencies<br />Extraverts are action oriented <br />Introverts are thought oriented<br />Personality Type<br />
  • 7. Sensation - S;<br />Thinking - T<br />Feeling - F<br />Judging – J<br />Perceiving – P<br />Intuitive - N<br />16 Personality Types<br />
  • 8. Strengths, <br />Weaknesses,<br />Opportunities, and<br />Threats <br />SWOT analysis is a strategic planning method used to evaluate the<br />SWOT<br />
  • 9. Strengths: Communication, Self Confidence, Financial background, No bad habits<br />Weakness: Overconfidence, Seriousness, Tit for tat, General Knowledge<br />Opportunities: Various opportunities from service industry and IT fields<br />Threats: Overconfidence, Playful behavior<br />All those things mentioned are true and meant after my own personal analysis.<br />SWOT Analysis<br />
  • 10. Perception, <br />Learning and knowledge, <br />Rationality,<br /> Altitude, <br />Empathy,<br /> Persistence, <br />Motivation,<br />Confidence and <br />Commitment<br />Factors important for the developments of ones personality -<br />
  • 11. It is an intellectual process where an individual organizes and interprets his sensory impressions to give meaning to the environment.<br />A perceptive person is informed, appraised, aware, sharp and observant.<br />perception is the process of attaining awareness or understanding of sensory information<br />Perception<br />
  • 12. Rationality creates the capacity for objective intelligent action and an awareness which helps in maximizing the value of situations<br />Rational person will convert weakness into strengths<br />Rational person will convert defeat into victory<br />1. the state of being logical<br />2. utilization of reason or logic<br />3. a reasonable or logical opinion <br />For example: buying things<br />Rationality<br />
  • 13. Russell's Account of  Rationality<br />
  • 14. Emotional intelligence (EI) refers to the ability to <br />perceive,<br /> control, and <br />evaluate emotions.<br />Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability, capacity, skill or, in the case of the trait EI model, a self-perceived ability to identify, assess, and control the emotions of oneself, of others, and of groups<br />Emotional intelligence (EI)<br />
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  • 16. Empathy - identify with another's feelings. It is to emotionally put yourself in the place of another. <br />Empathy is directly proportional on our own feelings. <br />If you have never felt a certain feeling, it will be hard for you to understand how another person is feeling. This holds equally true for pleasure and pain. <br />If, for example, you have never put your hand in a flame, you will not know the pain of fire. If you have not experienced sexual passion, you will not understand its power. <br />Empathy<br />
  • 17. The definition of EI and their detailed chart of its many aspects does not mention empathy -- something which is a bit puzzling. Upon reflection though, it does seem possible that one could feel too much empathy, to the point where they become overly-affected by another person's moods, for example, in an unhealthy co-dependent relationship.<br />Therefore, it seems to make sense that while our innate emotional sensitivity gives us the ability to feel empathy, our emotional intelligence helps us decide what to do when we feel empathy and what to do when someone else's moods are affecting us too much.<br />Empathy is something we could use more of in society – Barrack Obama<br />Emotional Intellegence VS Empathy<br />
  • 18. Quite good in indentifying and accessing situations<br />Bad over empathy sensations <br />I think it is because of my Tit for Tat behavior<br />I'm working hardly to get rid of my weakness and to have some EI.<br />Me vs EI<br />
  • 19. Part - 2<br />
  • 20. Time Management<br />
  • 21. Planning, <br />Allocating, <br />Setting goals <br />Delegation <br />Analysis of time spent<br />Monitoring <br />Organizing <br />Scheduling and <br />prioritizing.<br />Time management refers to a range of skills, tools, and techniques used to manage time when accomplishing specific tasks, projects and goals<br />Time management<br />
  • 22. Time is limited<br />Time is scarce. <br />You need time to get what you want out of life.. <br />You can accomplish more with less effort.. <br />Too many choices<br />Y it is essential???<br />Time Management<br />
  • 23. More effort but less productivity<br />Achieving the goals must be delayed or blocked<br />More stress<br />Leads us to failure<br />Degradation<br />If time is not managed it leads to<br />Time Management<br />
  • 24. While I was studying in 12th std, im not so aware of time management<br />I was much struggle d when I was preparing for exams<br />During exams I missed out many answers due to lack of time<br />Time Barriers <br />
  • 25. Write things down<br />Prioritize your list<br />Plan your week<br />Learn to say no<br />Think before acting<br />Continuously improve yourself<br />Identify bad habits<br />Don’t do other people’s work<br /> Keep a goal journal<br />Don’t be a perfectionist<br />Time Manager<br />
  • 26. At first I will put a perfect schedule to study the things which are to be learnt<br />Then I will keep the remaining time for revising<br />I will keep sometime for doing regular activities/entertainment<br />Even at exams I will put a small schedule in order to attend all the questions<br />If an another chance to me . . . . . <br />
  • 27. Achievement Management<br />Casual Management<br />Crisis Management<br />Precision Management<br />Social Management<br />Time Management Style<br />
  • 28. Casual Management: Describes the procrastinators of the world. You are the one who thinks it will get done when you have time. <br />Casual managers can lose track of time, and are easily distracted by issues that take less energy than the task at hand<br />The best time management tools for casual managers are timelines and an alert system<br />Time Management Style<br />
  • 29. Setting Time dependent goals<br />Schedule properly<br />Identify my bad habits<br />Avoid leisure timings<br />Gap for regular activities<br />NO to other ppl’s jobs<br />Put on a diary to regulate<br />Alert system to enhance<br />Develop the qualities to be a Time Manager<br />
  • 30. Time plays a vital role in time management<br />If I go and works for a service industry with my present time management skill then it leads to adverse effect to my promotions<br />Due to lack in knowledge about time management I'm unable to schedule my regular activities it affects my PUNCTUALITY hardly.<br />I have to chart my regular activities perfectly in order to fill the gaps<br />Thus time was effectively managed and once all the mentioned things are done im a ready to work as a professional in a SERVICE INDUSTRY<br />Professional in Service Industry<br />
  • 31. Leadership can be defined as one's ability to get others to willingly follow. <br />Every organization needs leaders at every level. <br />Leadership<br />Vision<br />Integrity<br />Dedication<br />Magnanimity<br />Humility<br />Openness<br />Creativity <br />Fairness<br />Assertiveness <br />Sense of humour<br />
  • 32. Leadership can be developed<br />No, I'm unable to be leader because I'm not having the ability to get others to follow willingly. <br />So, if they do the work incase of enforcement then it leads to a failure.<br />Team work always wants co operation mainly b/w the leader and the sub ordinates.<br />Can I become a leader?????<br />LeaderShip Develop???<br />
  • 33. During the class activities in our group I really think SARAVANA as a leader.<br />Because he is having the tendency to organize and execute things in right place and in right time<br />He can be developed by improving his quality by improving the ability to get others to follow willingly<br />Reasons to adopt him as a leader????<br />Who can be a Leader???<br />
  • 34. Transactional Analysis (TA) <br />Method for determining how people interact<br />When we interact, behavior can be:<br />passive<br />aggressive<br />assertive <br />Performance is greater with this behavior<br />TA is a method of understanding behavior in interpersonal dynamics<br />
  • 35. TA: Types of Transactions<br />Within ego states there are three different types of transactions:<br />Complementary Transactions<br />Crossed Transactions<br />Ulterior Transactions<br />
  • 36. Complementary Transactions <br />Occur when the sender of the message gets the intended response from the receiver<br />Generally result in more effective communication<br />Supervisor<br />Employee<br />P<br />P<br />A<br />A<br />C<br />C<br />
  • 37. Crossed Transactions <br />Occur when the sender of a message does not get the expected response from the receiver<br />These result in surprise, disappointment, and hurt feelings for the sender of the message<br />Supervisor<br />Employee<br />P<br />P<br />A<br />A<br />C<br />C<br />
  • 38. Ulterior Transactions <br />Occur when the words seem to be coming from one ego state, but in reality the words or behaviors are coming from another<br />Sometimes when people don’t know what they want or how to ask for it in a direct way, they resort to ulterior transactions<br />Best to avoid ulterior transactions because they tend to waste time<br />
  • 39. TA:Life Positions<br />I’m OK –<br />You’re OK<br />I’m OK –<br />You’re not OK<br />I’m not OK –<br />You’re OK<br />I’m not OK –<br />You’re not OK<br />Positive<br />Attitude toward Oneself<br />Negative<br />Positive<br />Negative<br />Attitude toward Others<br />
  • 40. TA: Ego States<br />Major ego states that affect our behavior or the way we transact through communication:<br />Parent Ego State (P)<br />Critical parent<br />Nurturing parent<br />Child Ego State (C)<br />Natural child<br />Adapted child<br />Adult Ego State (A)<br />
  • 41. Parent Ego State<br />Astate in which people behave, feel and think positive to an unconscious mimicking of how their parents acted, on how they interpreted their parents actions.<br />Example:- A person may shout at someone out of frustration because they learned from an influential figure in childhood the lesson that this seemed to do way of relating that worked.<br />
  • 42. Adult Ego State<br />The adult ego state is about direct responses to the here & now . we deal with things that are going on today in ways that are not unhealthily influenced by our past . while a person is in the adult ego state , he /she is directed towards an objective appraisal of reality.<br />example:-1)son tell two his daddy(I wish I had amazing super powers)<br />2) son tell two his daddy(if u work & study realhard for years & years , you could develop the powers you already have) <br />
  • 43. Child Ego State<br />The child ego state is a set of behaviors , thoughts are feelings which are replayed from our own childhood.<br />Example :- A person who receives a poor evaluation a work may respond by looking at the floor , & crying pouting , as they used to when scolded as a child. conversely , a person who receives a good evaluation may respond with a broad smile & a joyful gesture thanks . the children is the source of emotions , creation recreation , spontaneity & intimacy.<br />
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  • 45. My Ego Test<br />I have undergone my ego test, the result I got was a bit child ego.<br />It is true, I'm bit seriousness and playful.<br />I am putting some efforts to maintain all the ego states under a normal value<br />
  • 46. Person who knows about himself/herself very well than others<br />He / She is willing to share ideas, thought and desire to other people<br />It increases communication to others thus it leads to an opportunity of getting many ideas as whole from other people<br />Sharing without shyness<br />Removes lack of confidence<br />Very clear to others<br />Open Self Person<br />
  • 47. Interpersonal skills are the skills that a person uses to interact with other people. Interpersonal skills are sometimes also referred to as people skills or communication skills. <br />It is how well you communicate with someone and how well you behave or carry yourself.<br />Empathy<br />Building trust <br />Active listening<br />delegation<br />Interpersonal skills <br />
  • 48. Think positively.<br /> Do not criticise others or yourself.<br />Be patient.<br /> Learn to listen, experts recommend listening 80% of the time and only talking 20%.<br /> Be sensitive to others.<br /> Have a sense of humour.<br /> Treat others and their experience with respect.<br /> Praise and compliment people when they deserve it.<br /> When someone is telling a story, don’t interrupt<br /> Smile.<br /> Be cheerful and try to make others smile.<br /> Look for solutions.<br /> When someone compliments you, don’t disagree or boast about it<br /> Don’t complain.<br />Someways to improve IPS<br />
  • 49. Part - 3<br />
  • 50. Johari window is method or tool to describe one’s personality.<br />Johari window helps us to know our self.<br />The four types of self in the Johariwindow format<br />Open <br />blind <br />hidden <br />unknown self personality.<br />A Johari window is a cognitive psychological tool created by Joseph Left and Harry Ingham in 1955in the United States<br />Johari window:-<br />
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  • 52. Values of Me<br />Honesty<br />Integrity <br />Openness to trusted people<br />Trustful<br />Character<br />Beliefs about me<br />Confidence<br />Hard work<br />I will achieve my goal<br />Beliefs are the assumptions we make about ourselves, about others in the world and about how we expect things to be. <br />Values are about how we have learnt to think things ought to be or people ought to behave, especially in terms of qualities<br />Values and Beliefs<br />
  • 53. Transfer of messages from one body to another body through a medium<br />Communication is of different forms.<br />Quality of communication is good when it doesn’t crosses many phases<br />Types:<br />Verbal<br />Non verbal<br />Written<br />Communication<br />
  • 54. Type Of Communication<br />Non-verbal<br />Body Language<br />Verbel<br />Monolog<br />Written <br />Material<br />Facial <br />Expression<br />Formal <br />Language<br />Dialog<br />Debate<br />Demostrate<br />Empathy<br />Eye Contact<br />
  • 55. Verbal Communication<br />MONOLOG :- When one person is speaking in front of the audience like lecture , speech , board meeting , or presentation.<br />DIALOGE :- Conversation between two or more communicator<br />DEBATE :- It’s soul of discussion when two or more speakers approaches the opposite point of view about a topic.<br />
  • 56. Non Verbal Communication<br />Body Language:- It is a strong way of expressing your message to audience which is 93% of total communication.<br />Facial Expression :- Facial expression is to express the emotions & feelings.<br />Eye Contact:- It shows the self confidence in the person speech<br />
  • 57. Written Communication<br />Material :- Use of appropriate paper, ink colour or envelopes.<br />Formal language :- use simple language avoid slang or offending words with proper punctuation & symbols.<br />Practice Empathy :- use Empathy towards to the receiver regarding aim of subject.<br />
  • 58. Sender<br />Personal Physical Esmantic<br />Blocked Message<br />Receiver<br />Filtered <br />Message<br />Incorrect<br />Message<br />
  • 59. Barriers of Effective Communication<br />Personal Barriers:- Tension, Stress and Nervousness.<br />Physical Barrier:- Distracted due to any Physical change in the environment<br />EXAMPLE: If I was taking a seminar if somebody walks out at that time I was distracted and it disappoints me.<br />
  • 60. CharacterBuilding<br />We can build a Good Character being . . .<br />Having Good Thoughts. <br />Politeness. <br />Good Relation Ship. <br />Principle Oriented. <br />Caring. <br />Understanding Generosity.. <br />Kindness.<br />Mercy.<br />Will Power.<br />Thankfulness.<br />
  • 61. Public speaking skill<br />Public speaking skill <br />Think about the scripts before you start the speech .<br />Make a note of subjects major points, then its easier for the listener to remember what you said.<br />Know the outcome you want from your speech.<br />For good speech , plan in advance(make some scripts) what you want to say & what you want to deliver clearly.<br />Control fear<br />Take a deep breath , relax , & be Confident.<br />Control your negative thoughts, think positive before delivering the speech.<br />
  • 62. Think and Talk (T&T)<br />Pause ,think & consider what you want to say.<br />Choose appropriate words that clearly express your message.<br />Know your audience & if possible , their viewpoints & level of subject understanding about the subject matter.<br />Voice Modulation<br />Decide on your tone, you want from your interchange.<br />
  • 63. Values are usually influenced by the changing philosophical ideologies, cultural and religious perspectives, social, political and geographical conditions.<br />Values are the guiding principles, decisive in day to day behaviours as also is critical life situations. Values are a set bring of principles or standards of behaviour.<br />Value education refers to a programme of planned educational action aimed at the development of value and character.<br />Importanace of Moral Values<br />
  • 64. According to Father of Indian Nation M.K.Gandhi<br />"If wealth is lost nothing is lost"<br />"If health is lost something is lost"<br />"If character is lost everything is lost"<br /> BEST OF ALL THINGS IS CHARACTER<br />From our Father of the Nation<br />
  • 65. Interpersonal Skills VS Values<br />Interpersonal Skills are the foundation when building successful relationships. <br />This skill set is essential to become an effective communicator and develop your interpersonal experiences into valuable relationships.<br />Most people associate personality as part of the skill set to create many valuable relationships.<br />f you ask most people "Which one of your friends is the most effective interpersonal relationship builder?" Most immediately point to their acquaintance with the most social personality.<br />
  • 66. Interpersonal Skills + Values = Interpersonal Relationships<br />The Interpersonal Process<br />
  • 67. Professional values are the principles that guide your decisions and actions in your career. <br />Although some values are considered more important than others in certain professions, there are some universal values that should be, and usually are, held and practiced in all of them.<br />Do No Harm<br />Keep It Simple<br />Honesty Is the Best Policy<br />We are All in This Together<br />Balance<br />Professional values<br />
  • 68. www.google.co.in<br />www.en.wikipedia.com<br />www.psychologytypes.com<br />www.images.google.com<br />Frankfinn Module<br />www.osra.org/2002/chastukhina.pdf<br />www.psychology.wikia.com/wiki/Transactional_analysis<br />References<br />
  • 69. Conclusion<br />
  • 70. I am feeling great for the strong support and the guidelines provided to me by my PD staff Miss Sirisha who helped me through this PD class to make me as perfect. I am really thankful to her.<br />My Thought<br />
  • 71. Thank You ! ! !<br />Thank You ! ! !<br />

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