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  • 1. PERSONALITY
  • 2. What Is Personality?
    Personality is an individuals unique pattern of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that are fairly consistent
    • Unique = Different from other’s
    • 3. Consistent = Persist across time situations
    • 4. One’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors may be
    dramatically different from others
    Thoughts = what one thinks
    Feelings = what one feels
    Behaviors = how one acts, displayed attributes
  • 5. Keirsey Temperament Sorter
    David Keirsey; Keirsey Temperament Sorter
    Four Temperaments; 16 Role Variants
    Influenced by Carl Jung’s Psychological Types
    Introversion vs. ExtroversionThinking vs. Feeling (Rational Functions)Sensation vs. Intuition (Irrational Functions)Coexistence of Principal and Auxiliary Functions
    Isabel Briggs Myers and her mother Katherine Cooks Briggs extended and codified Jung’s ideas into a test with corresponding character trait results
    Where Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) comes from
  • 6. The Four Temperaments
    Guardian
    Artisan
    do whatever works
    do whatever’s right
    Idealist
    Rational
    what the world could be
    what the world should be
  • 7. Guardian
    do whatever’s right
    Follow the rules
    Obey the laws
    Caretaker
    Protector
    Duties & Responsibilities
    Respect the rights of others
  • 8. Artisan
    do whatever works
    Thrillseeker
  • 9. Idealist
    what the world should be
    Positive moralistic view
  • 10. Rational
    what the world could be
    Efficiency & Productivity
  • 11.
  • 12. INtrovert
    Extrovert
    How do we get our energy?
    (Where is attention focused)
    • Energized by interaction with others
    • 13. Spends his/her time with things around them
    • 14. Focus on outer world of people and things, Outside the self
    • 15. Gregarious
    • 16. Talkative
    • 17. Social/Outgoing
    • 18. Expressive
    • 19. Prefer larger groups
    • 20. Distractible
    • 21. Prefer social gatherings
    • 22. Many friends
    • 23. Assertive*
    • 24. Energized by reflection within own mind
    • 25. Spends his/her time in reflection
    • 26. Focus on inner world of ideas and impressions, Inside the self
    • 27. Independent
    • 28. Quiet
    • 29. Tends to keep to self
    • 30. Private
    • 31. Prefer smaller groups
    • 32. Deliberate
    • 33. Prefer reading, thinking, inventing
    • 34. Fewer, more intimate friends
  • iNTuition
    Sensing
    How do we take in Information?
    (Absorbing Input & Process Data)
  • Feeling
    Thinking
    How do we make Decisions?
    (Analyzing Data & Output)
  • Perceiving
    Judging
    How do we organize our Lifestyle?
    (Recurring Patterns)