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  • 1. The New Y-CAPP Inc.
    “Wedon’t strive for excellence,
    that’s where we begin!”
  • 2. The New Y-CAPP Inc.
    Personality Assessment
  • 3. Personality
    The pattern of feelings, thoughts
    and activities that distinguishes
    one person from another.
  • 4. Personality Characteristics of an
    OWL
    Owls keep a close watch on their emotions.
    Owls “actually read” the instruction manuals and then alphabetically file them.
    They like to make careful and intentional decisions.
    They like to use their critical thinking skills to solve problems.
    Owls live by the motto “Let’s do this right!”
    Owls tend to turn anger inward.
    They tend to focus on the past.
    They like maps, charts and organization.
    Owls provide great quality control.
    They have deep feelings for those they love.
    They have high standards and like rules and consistency.
    Owls will slow down under pressure
    They need a non-critical atmosphere to do their best work.
    They need praise of their character as well as their accomplishments.
    Owls go “by the book.”
  • 5. Personality Characteristics of A
    Lamb
    Above all, Lambs are LOYAL.
    They have a strong need for personal relationships.
    They have a deep need to please others.
    Lambs have hearts full of compassion.
    They often react strongly to sudden changes.
    The typically “go with the flow.”
    Lambs hold stubbornly to what they feel is right.
    They will have only a few close friends, but they will have deep friendships.
    They can absorb incredible emotional pain and still remain committed.
    They can be indecisive.
    Lambs are great procrastinators.
    They are empathizers.
    They need to be prepared for change.
    Lambs are soft in attitude and action while processing courage & strength.
    They are quite relational.
    Words that may be an emotional “pebble” to a Lion can be a 101lb “weight” to a Lamb.
  • 6. Personality Characteristics of A
    Lion
    Lions are born leaders
    Lions like to accomplish things with immediate results.
    A lion’s time frame in NOW.
    Lions are decisive, but may not consult others.
    Lions just want to know the “bottom line” when communicating.
    They can feel threatened by questions.
    Lions are not afraid of pressure or confrontation.
    Lions are bosses (…..or at least they think they are)
    They love to solve problems.
    Lions want directives followed without questioning.
    Lions demand allegiance.
    They love to change things; while you’re away they might rearrange the room.
    Lions are doers.
  • 7. Personality Characteristics of A
    Chameleon
    Chameleons just want to have fun.
    Chameleons are great at motivating others to action.
    Chameleons tend to avoid confrontation at all cost.
    They focus on the future. (Trust me, it will all work out!”)
    Chameleons tend to avoid the fine print.
    They can adapt to any environment.
    Chameleons are tremendous net workers (but they don’t know anyone’s last name)
    They’re more susceptible to peer pressure.
    Chameleons are easily excitable.
    They are cheerleaders.
    They love to talk.
    They want to be involved in decisions.
    Chameleons tend to be optimistic.
    Chameleons enjoy off-the-wall humor.
    Their key phrase is “lighten up!”
    They have a strong desire to be liked.
    Chameleons are soft and encouraging with people.
    They can have 25 best friends.
  • 8. Which one are you?
  • 9. The New Y-CAPP
    The New Y-CAPP Inc.