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  • PRANAV DHANANIWALA RAVI TEJA
  •        PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT ABILITY AND APTITUDE BIG FIVE PERSONALITY THEORY PERSONALITY PROFILING USING DISC METHODOLOGY FIRO-B FOUR TYPES OF PROBLEM SOLVING BEHAVIOURS
  • Personality is often defined as an organized combination of attributes, motives, value, and behaviours unique to each individual.     Relatively stable pattern of behaviors and consistent internal state Internal and external elements Common in both and what makes that particular person unique Longer we know the individual, we can recognize his personality in different situations View slide
  • Heredity: we cannot help it. General Appearances: we can do a little only. Culture: We can change our society & atmosphere to change culture. Experience: It counts valuable point to enhance personality. Education & Training: Education & Training can help one to enhance his personality. View slide
  • ABCRL FORMULA  A. Accuracy  B. Brevity  C. Clarity  R. Relevance  L. Logic
  • Don't compare your life to others'. You have no idea what their journey is all about. Don't have negative thoughts or things you cannot control. Instead invest your energy in the positive present moment Don't overdo; keep your limits Don't take yourself so seriously; no one else does Don't waste your precious energy on gossip Dream more while you are awake
  • Dress Sharp Walk Faster Compliment other people Sit in the front row Speak up
  • • • Personality of an individual plays an important role in the process of recruitment and promotion It also looks into confidence, attitude, ability to provide good service to customers.
  • Scientists who have argued just as strongly that traits do exist and these lead people to behave consistently across time and in different settings. The way we behave in a situation because of personality, pressures or both!
  •  Dynamic relationship between the set of expectations with which people join organization and what they will get return from the organization
  •   Ability is the capacity to do physical and intellectual task. Aptitude is the capacity to learn the ability to do physical and intellectual task.
  • Formula for every step of life negative Approach Motivation No Inferior Complex Appreciation SelfConfidence Success Right work at righttime
  • • Locus of Control • Authoritarianism • Dogmatism • Risk Propensity • Self Esteem • Self Monitoring
  •      Individualism: Extent to which people choose their own affiliations and stand for themselves Collectivism: Stresses the importance of human interdependence where people like to work in groups. Centralized v/s diffused power Strong v/s weak uncertainty avoidance Masculinity v/s feminity
  •      Openness to experience Extraversion Conscientiousness Emotion Stability Agreeableness
  •        Proposed by Dr.Marston Passive voice and active voice 2*2 matrix Dominance Influence Steadiness Compliance
  •     Characteristics of Dominance Profile: Immediate results, get things done, accepts challenges, demanding others, impatient Influence: Optimistic,Partipaction,friendly,generates enthusiasm, Jump to conclusion, over commits, need time management Steadiness: good listener, loyality, patience, longer time to decide, not very reliable Compliance: Checks for accuracy, quality, analytically, suspicious, too rigid, overly cautious, fault finding.
  •  Thomas proposed based on Marston Theory  Evaluates performance  Building Teams  Career Mapping
  •     Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation Behavior helps to find out how a person’s personal needs affect his/her orientation towards other people in life Inclusion: Need for recognition, participations Control: Needs of an individual to lead and influence others Affection: Need for closeness, warmth towards others.
  •   Expressed Behavior: Refers what a person actually want to do in a given set of situations Wanted Behavior: Degree to which an individual is recognized by others or how well he is recognized. Benefits of FIRO-B     Individual Development Team Building and Development Selection and Placement Relationship Building
  •      Differentiation between Introversion and extroversion Perceivers and Judges Cognitive style describes how individual perceive and process information Two opposite ways of gathering information: Sensing method and intuition Two opposite ways of evaluating information: Thinking and feeling