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    • COLOUR PERSONALITY
    • A BRIEF INFO…  Research has shown that there are only four basic personality temperaments in the world.  If you know which color personality you are you may better understand yourself, your role in a team, how you react to certain situations and what you can do to improve your situation.
    • BLUE PERSONALITY An analyser  An organiser  An emotionally driven personality  need to be liked and accepted   It is one of the "needs" that can cause apprehension in your personality. polite, cooperative person who seeks to create conflict-free surroundings  possess highly developed powers of observation  Family is important to you and you sometimes find yourself in the role of being a caretaker. 
    • BLUE PERSONALITY Tendencies  1. Orderliness 2. Conscientious 3. Disciplined 4. Precise 5. Thorough 6. Diplomatic with people 7. Analytical Ideal Situation  1. Being able to concentrate on detail 2. Opportunities to critique 3. Stable surroundings and procedures 4. Exact job description, expectations 5. Opportunities for "careful" planning 6. Sufficient time to do things right 7. Opportunities for reassurance from authority
    • BLUE PERSONALITY Weaknesses  1. Indecisive (looking at all data) 2. Get bogged down in details 3. Rigid on the "how to's" 4. Avoids controversy 5. Low self esteem 6. Hesitant to try new things 7. Sensitive to criticism 8. Can be pessimistic Needs others to provide  1. Quick decision making 2. Optimism 3. Help in persuading others
    • GREEN PERSONALITY hopes, dreams and emotions are most important  looks at the big picture; not detail oriented  likes to explore possibilities and alternative ways of doing things  marches to your own drummer  frequently find it difficult to get on the same wavelength as others  has a rich imagination  thrives in an atmosphere that encourages the use of creative abilities and talent  has highly developed intuition  able to sense what others are feeling. 
    • GREEN PERSONALITY Tendencies Ideal Situation 1. Supportive 2. Agreeable 3. Loyal 4. Self control 5. Consistent 6. Good listener 7. Opportunity to develop personal relationships 1. Sincere appreciation by others 2. Minimal conflict between people 3. Security 4. Acknowledgement of work by others 5. Limited territory 6. Traditional procedures 7. Opportunity to develop personal relationships
    • GREEN PERSONALITY Weaknesses Needs others to provide 1. Resist change 2. Trouble making deadlines 3. Overly lenient with people 4. Procrastinates 5. Indecisive 6. Holds grudges 7. Overly possessive 8. Lacks initiative 1. Push to try new challenges 2. Help in solving difficult problems 3. Initiative and accepting change
    • RED PERSONALITY Logical and practical  do not display emotions easily  Because of your desire for structure, you seek control of both your environment and people  sometimes seen by others as domineering  Punctual  may become irritated if you think your time is being wasted  A natural leader and promoter  driven by the need for power and control  stressed by lack of organization and last minute changes. 
    • RED PERSONALITY Tendencies Ideal Situation 1. Getting immediate results 2. Making quick decisions 3. Persistence 4. Solving problems 5. Taking charge 6. Looking self reliant 7. Accepting challenges 1. New varied activities 2. Opportunity to really get things done 3. Continual challenges, multi-tasker 4. Difficult assignments 5. Freedom to act from their instinct 6. Control over the situations 7. Direct answers from others, no innuendoes
    • RED PERSONALITY Weaknesses Needs others to provide 1. Insensitivity towards others 2. Impatient 3. Overlook risks 4. Inflexibilty, demanding of others 5. Talks too much 6. Inattentive to details at times 7. Resenting of restrictions 1. Attention to routine tasks 2. Caution 3. Focus on details and facts
    • YELLOW PERSONALITY         Creators and performers Possess self-confident personalities challenge anything and everything: authority, rules and established ways of thinking interested in theories, abstractions, innovations and change a conceptual deep thinker enjoys getting "lost in your head" as a way of exploring new ideas and looking for innovative ways to make a difference a true "out-of-the-box" visionary and adept at multitasking Derives great pleasure in searching for the hidden meanings behind every day life
    • YELLOW PERSONALITY Tendencies Ideal Situation 1. Optimism 2. Enthusiasm 3. Makes good impressions 4. Verbally articulate 5. Likes to help others 6. Creates entertaining climate 1. Friendly and warm environment 2. Freedom from control 3. Public recognition of ability 4. Opportunity to talk 5. Positive reinforcement 6. Enthusiastic response to ideas
    • YELLOW PERSONALITY Weaknesses Needs others to provide 1. Following through 2. Overestimating results 3. Misjudging capabilities 4. Talks too much 5. Acts impulsively 6. Jumps to conclusions 7. Over commits 8. Acts first, thinks second 1. Follow through on details 2. Focus on tasks 3. Logical approach