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  • 1. SUBMITED BY,
    S.BACKIA LAKSHMI
    F1 BATCH
    PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
  • 2. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
    NAME :S.BACKIA LAKSHMI
    ACCESSOR NAME :SRISHAA
    BATCH:F1
    ASSIGNMENT:PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
  • 3. INTRODUCTION
    From the PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT I have learnt how to be a professional person with the body language, gesture, posture, language proficiency. So that I present myself as a professional one in front of other people in world.
  • 4. PERSONALITY
    Personality Development states growth in personal nature, character or persona, progress, make-up.
    Personality is the sum total of our outer personality and inner qualities
    An impressive personality wants everyone to outlive in this world.
    Personality helps us to improve - Our versatility. It helps us to set an objective on the basis of who we are & what we have.
    Personality should be developed because it’s helpful for every thing , specifically “The People Industry”
  • 5. SWOT ANALYSIS-BEFORE JOINING FRANKFINN
    STRENGTH: WEAKNESS:
    Confident sympathetic
    Loving , caring anger
    Jovial communication
    Outspoken
    Helping
    OPPURTUNITIES: THREATS
    Nil tension
    high competition
  • 6. SWOT ANALYSIS-AFTER JOINING FRANK FINN
    STRENGTH: WEAKNESS:
    Aviation sympathetic
    Hospitality anger
    Travel management
    Good communication
    OPPURTUNITIES: THREATS:
    In upcoming number high competition
    of airlines and hotels
  • 7. FACTORS TO DEVELOP PERSONALITY
    persistence: persistence is consistency,steadiness.and its continuing even in adverse circumstances failing, learning and doing again and again until one succeeds in the Endeavour. persistence is not only a thought it is the habit of taking action. through persistence you get success and with success you may even start to like your present dislikes
    empathy:it is the ability to put oneself into another person's situation and treat people the way you would like to be treated if you were them and more over it creates understanding.
    rationality: To be successful in life, some decisions have to be taken logically and reasonably to win in life.
  • 8.
    • Learning and knowledge: I realized that learning is weapon and knowledge is power. It is a growing self-reliant self image. I will also build up the quest to learn and the gain knowledge
    • 9. Attitude: attitude is nothing but a person's view points, which lead to a responses to different stimuli. it is a important to have a positive attitude which helps a person to move from failure to success.
    and some more factors are
  • PERCEPTION
    perception is an intellectual process where an individual organizes and interprets his sensory impressions to give meaning to the environment.
    Perception is tainted by attitude. Answer. Your attitude is the result of your perceptions. 2 people with different perceptions look at the same thing and thus think about it differently, and end up..
  • 12. Positive and Negative conditioning
    I have learnt to unlearn self destruction behavior and learn positive behavior e.g. - fear it can be unlearned
    Resistance to change –I was always safe in my comfort zone but now, I learnt that doesn’t work any more and so shifted or came out of comfort zone
    Discipline and commitment – it was tough but now I am disciplined and have committed to work
    Positive attitude – breaking and replacing old habits with new positive one
  • 13. Time management
    Time management is nothing but the person should utilize the given time in a proper way to produce a positive results and rejecting those activities which either waste time or produce negative results.
  • 14. Barriers that we came across for managing time efficiently
    likes and dislikes: peoples tend to do things which they like instead of do things which are important. such an attitude always leaves important work unfinished to produce negative results in life.
    Lack of discipline: success in life cannot be achieved without discipline. a disciplined person is also a good time manager.
    Procrastination: it is the negative habit of putting things off for a later time i.e. postponing the work
    Weak interest in life: therefore it produces weak personalities and poor time managers.
    Improper reference groups: a negative reference group will never allow productive activities to be performed
  • 15. To over come these types of barriers we should follow
    Prioritize
    Do it now
    Set goals, achieve goals
    Put things in writing
    Use wasted time.
  • 16. Importance of time:
    Time is a special resource that you cannot store or save it for a later use every one has the exact same amount of time of each day. Time once used cannot be retrieved.
    Through time management you can' the time you need, & not jus wait for it to come . By planning your time wisely , you will have more time to do more things.
  • 17. How individual can be a better planner in terms of time management?
    Keep everything in writing i.e. by using planner or diary and decide what is most important and do that first
    don't do things based on your likes and dislikes
    do the things first which is most important and useful.
    stop keeping works pending and postponing
    do the most difficult job first
  • 18. Leadership:
    It is the art or process of influencing people so that they perform assigned tasks willingly and in an efficient and effective manner. Leadership is, therefore crucial in motivating and inspiring the work force. Not every human being has leadership qualities and it s a unique talent that is available in a few people
  • 19. Basic qualities of leaders
    Good communication skill
    Honesty
    Visionary outlook
    Selecting a good team
    Action speaks louder than words
    Ability to motivate people around
    Consistency
    Ability to stand against critics
  • 20. What qualities were required by a leader to lead the project?
    Customer focus
    Oral communication
    Written communication
    Continuous improvement
    Decision making
    Flexibilities/ adaptability
    Organization/ planning/ priority setting
    Interpersonal skills
    Time management
  • 21. Five Most Important Leadership TraitsFor An Individual
    Honest
    Forward-Looking
    Competent
    Inspiring
    Intelligent
  • 22. Honesty as a Leadership Quality
    People want to follow an honest leader. Years ago, many employees started out by assuming that their leadership was honest simply because the authority of their position. With modern scandals, this is no longer true.
    When you start a leadership position, you need to assume that people will think you are a little dishonest. In order to be seen as an honest individual, you will have to go out of your way to display honesty. People will not assume you are honest simply because you have never been caught lying.
  • 23. Forward-Looking as a Leadership Trait
    The whole point of leadership is figuring out where to go from where you are now. While you may know where you want to go, people won’t see that unless you actively communicate it with them. Remember, these traits aren’t just things you need to have, they are things you need to actively display to those around you.
    When people do not consider their leader forward-looking, that leader is usually suffering from one of two possible problems:
    The leader doesn’t have a forward-looking vision.
    The leader is unwilling or scared to share the vision with others.
  • 24. Competency as a Leadership Quality
    People want to follow someone who is competent. This doesn’t mean a leader needs to be the foremost expert on every area of the entire organization, but they need to be able to demonstrate competency.
    For a leader to demonstrate that they are competent, it isn’t enough to just avoid displaying incompetency. Some people will assume you are competent because of your leadership position, but most will have to see demonstrations before deciding that you are competent.
  • 25. Inspiration as a Leadership Trait
    People want to be inspired. In fact, there is a whole class of people who will follow an inspiring leader–even when the leader has no other qualities. If you have developed the other traits in this article, being inspiring is usually just a matter of communicating clearly and with passion. Being inspiring means telling people how your organization is going to change the world.
  • 26. Intelligence as a Leadership Trait
    Intelligence is something that can be difficult to develop. The road toward becoming more intelligent is difficult, long and can’t be completed without investing considerable time. Developing intelligence is a lifestyle choice. Your college graduation was the beginning of your education, not the end. In fact, much of what is taught in college functions merely as a foundational language for lifelong educational experiences.
  • 27. Some of my leadership qualities are
    Oral communication –communicating verbally with customers
    Written communication –communicating thoughts and ideas through reports, email etc
    Continuous improvement – understanding the goals and the objective of the program that we are doing
    Decision making – gather information understand it and quickly and efficiently make decisions on how to proceed
  • 28. Transactional analysis:
    Method for determining how people interact
    When we interact, behavior can be:
    passive
    aggressive
    assertive
    Performance is greater with this behavior
    TA is a method of understanding behavior in interpersonal dynamics
  • 29. We operate from three ego states.
    Parent –behaviors ,thoughts and feelings are copied from parents or parent figures.
    Adult-behaviors ,thoughts and feelings are direct responses to here and now.
    Child-behaviors ,thoughts and feelings are replayed from childhood.
  • 30. Steps taken by an individual to become an open self personality:
    Open self personality plays a very important role in our life. if a person know owns personality and is willing to share ideas,thoughts,feelings and value with others. he should know himself better than other know about him. that person is called an open self personality. having open self personality you can interact with people very easily you can share your dream desire and thought.
  • 31. Analyze your own interpersonal skills and state where you need to change and your plan of action for the same
    Empathy- it is valued currency this means the ability to put our self in the other person’s shoes to see things from his or her point of view
    Building trust – a shared belief that you can depend on each other to achieve a common purpose
    Active listening- having a direct friendly and relaxed expression on our face conveys a message that you are listening
  • 32. Action plan
    Empathy-
    By willingness to let the other person dominate the discussion
    Attentiveness to what is being said
    Care not to interrupt
    By using open-ended question
    Building trust-
    Being open and honest
    Validating others
    Accepting risk collectively
    Active listening- by keeping eye contact, relaxed attention, open mind, no interruptions or solutions and by giving feedback
  • 33. My interpersonal skills and beliefs are
    Iam open self because I share all the things with my friends related to anything. first i cant able to talk in front of everyone but after my pd classes i had removed my hesitation but then after i have to work hard upon many things like hidden self, blind self etc.
  • 34. Ego state:
    My ego state: Adult
    My ego state is adult because if someone give me a task then I think that I have to complete as fast as possible then I think upon it and reach to my destination but sometimes I use child ego state.
  • 35. Life stroke:
    my life stroke is : Iam OK/you are OK aim not OK/you are not OK
    changes want to bring in myself are: My hidden self, unknown self, into my open my self and as well as my stroke.
    How can I develop?
    • by proactive all the time
    • 36. by communicating
    • 37. by share my ideas,desires,hobbies and ambition
  • JOHARI WINDOW
  • 38. COMMUNICATION
  • 39. What is communication?
    It’s a process of convey the messages from sender to receiver threw the channel and receiver sends feed back to sender.
  • 40. Most important part of communication
  • 41. Verbal communication
    The basis of communication is the interaction between people . Verbal communication is one way for people to communicate face to face. Some of the key components of verbal communication are sound, word, speaking and language.
  • 42. Non verbal communication
    It is usually understood as the process of communication through sending and receiving wordless message. Non verbal communication can be communicated through gesture, body language or by facial expression and eye contact.
  • 43. Evaluate your own communication skills and suggest improvement for same.
    STRENGTH WEAKNESS
    Positive attitude Lack of knowledge
    Assimilation Lack of communication skills
    Confident Nervousness
    Removing of above barriers:
    Work upon communication skills.
    Removal of personal barriers.
    By reading books and news papers.
  • 44. Conclusion
    I am feeling great for the strong support and the guidelines provided to me by my personality development teacher SRISHAA who helped me through this personality development class to make me as a perfect one. I am really thankful to her.
  • 45. THANK YOU