HATCH! OPEN. #10 - Big Five Personality Traits

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HATCH! OPEN. #9 brings to the discussion this Saturday, April 6th, an interesting topic: the Big Five Personality Traits, delivered by Mr. Anthony Summers from British University Vietnam. These are the five broad dimensions of personality used to describe a human personality.
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  • What is Personality ? – These are key words, it should be explained for people to catch up if they don’t understand all the word
  • There are many Psychometrics that seek to measure personalityTypical examplesMyers Briggs Type IndicatorBelbin Team RolesStrength Deployment InventoryThe ‘Big Five’ Personality Framework aka ‘Five Factor’
  • HATCH! OPEN. #10 - Big Five Personality Traits

    1. 1. What is personality ? Presented by Anthony Summers (Mr.) in association with
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    3. 3. PSYCHOMETRICS “other personality test”MBTI Belbin Team RolesFive Strengthfactors Development Inventory in association with
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    5. 5. The Big Five Personality Traits• The Big Five dimensions are considered important in determining the behaviors of individuals in the workplace• Based on a taxonomy of traits• Follows the normal distribution model: O-C-E-A-N – Openness – Conscientiousness – Extraversion – Agreeableness – Negative emotionality (Neuroticism) in association with
    6. 6. Morality Trust Altruism AgreeablenessCooperation Sympathy Modesty in association with
    7. 7. OrderlinessSelf-Efficacy Dutifulness ConscientiousnessSelf-Discipline Cautiousness Achievement-Striving in association with
    8. 8. AngerAnxiety Depression Negative EmotionalitySelf-Consciousness Vulnerability Immoderation in association with
    9. 9. GregariousnessFriendliness Assertiveness Extraversion Activity Level Excitement- Seeking Cheerfulness in association with
    10. 10. Artistic InterestsImagination Emotionality OpennessAdventurousness Intellect Liberalism in association with
    11. 11. The Big Five Personality Traits• Summary• ‘Reality’ driven not facilitator driven• Follows the normal distribution model• More ‘critical/judgmental’ than MBTI/Belbin/SDI• The Five Traits recognised as an important & useful framework in association with
    12. 12. The Big Five Personality Traits High Agreeableness Agreeableness Low Agreeableness High Conscientiousness Conscientiousness Low Conscientiousness+ High Negative Emotionality High Extraversion Negative Emotionality Extraversion Low Negative Emotionality Low Extraversion - High Openness Openness Low Openness in association with
    13. 13. The Big Five Personality Traits Questions, Comments?Take a test at:http://www.personal.psu.edu/j5j/IPIP/ipipneo120.htm in association with

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