Personality devolopment

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Personality devolopment

  1. 1. PERSONALITY It is derived from the Greek term ‘per sonare’ which translates as ‘to speak through’ DESINGED BY, MR.P.SURESH, LECTURER
  2. 2. PERSONALITY • A person’s personality is a relatively stable set of characteristics which influence and lend consistency to his or her behaviour.
  3. 3. PERSONALITY FLOYD L RUCH states that: • The human personality includes: • External appearance and behaviour • Inner awareness of self as a permanent organising force • The particular pattern or organisation of measurable traits, both inner and ter
  4. 4. PERSONALITY Gordon Allport: • Personality is the dynamic organisation within the individual of those psychological systems that determine his/her unique adjustment to the environment.
  5. 5. PERSONALITY ENVIRONMENT Social , cultural, situational DEVELOPMENT OF BEHAVIOUR SELF HEREDITY
  6. 6. INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOUR P – THE PERSON S – THE SITUATION INSIDE THE PERSON OUTSIDE THE PERSON FUNCTION OF AND B = f { P * S }
  7. 7. Superego (Conscience) Ego (Reason) Id (Desire) PERSONALITY DYNAMICS & LEVELS OF CONSCIOUSNESS PSYCHOANALYTICAL MODEL IMMORAL URGES UNACCEPTABLE SEXUAL DESIRES SELFISH NEEDS IRRATIONAL WISHES FEARS VIOLENT MOTIVES FUNDAMENTAL / NATURAL URGES PERCEPTIONS THOUGHTS IN SERVICE OF REALITY MEMORIES STORED KNOWLEDGE
  8. 8. HIGH SELF CONCEPT ! INFLATED ?
  9. 9. WHAT IS PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT?
  10. 10. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT • In more detail: • a. Improvement in cognition i.e. perception, affect and response • b. Improvement physique, instincts, emotions, intelligence, perspective and spirit • c. Improvement in cognitive, affective, psychomotor and productive domain • d. Improvement in personal, family and social relations and contributions toward society
  11. 11. THE FIRST IMPRESSION
  12. 12. KEY FACTORS IN PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
  13. 13. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT • Develop your communication skills: • Speaking • Listening • Reading • Writing
  14. 14. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Attire • Attire can really make or break a person’s impression. Always make sure you wear an appropriate dress for the event. When in doubt, err on the side of being too formal. Sensible dressing does go a longer way in making a great impression that one would think.
  15. 15. Grooming • Personal grooming and hygiene is also equally important. Having well-groomed and neat hair, nails and a tidy appearance will create a positive image of you. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
  16. 16. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Smile • A smile from the heart can do wonders. Smile openly and happily, let it shine through . A winning smile is an unavoidable weapon when you want to charm someone.
  17. 17. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Eye contact • Eye contact is very important when you first meet someone. It says that you are open and honest, and gives a nice impression of you. Make sure you maintain eye contact.
  18. 18. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Body Language Keep your body language confident and open. Do not fidget and do not display a defensive or offensive stance.
  19. 19. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Confidence Being calm and confident will surely make others take a liking to you. On the other hand, if you appear diffident and nervous, it will make people feel unsure about you and make them ill at ease too. So be cool ,collected and confident.
  20. 20. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Positivity Reflect optimism and positivity, both in good times and, perhaps even more importantly, in bad times. Have a pleasant disposition and positive mental attitude [PMA]. Keep away from comments.
  21. 21. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Listening Keep your ears open for what others have to say. Most people love to hear their own voice, so a good listener immediately gets an entry to their good books. Resist the temptation to boast or tell long stories about yourself, and let the other person talk. This does not mean being silent though. Ask questions, be interested in the other person and do join in the conversation.
  22. 22. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Etiquette and Manners Politeness and courtesy are very important. Make sure you are well-mannered and do not make rude comments or racist/sexist jokes.
  23. 23. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Punctuality Be on time. No one feels considerate towards people who keep them waiting, so be a few minutes early. Being late for your commitments will cause irreparable damage.
  24. 24. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Control over emotions: • Exercise control over your emotions. Do not indulge in throwing temper tantrums, yelling spells, name calling, nervous breakdowns or guilt trips. Keep your emotions under check. Never ever lose your cool. Try to develop a high EQ (emotional quotient).
  25. 25. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Posture Standing and sitting straight is an important non-verbal cue you send out to others. It helps project an image of confidence and capability.
  26. 26. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Being yourself Do not try too hard. Try to relax and be yourself, and don't think too much. Tell yourself that the people you meet are all human beings after all, and that you will be just fine.
  27. 27. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Time Management: Manage your time in such a manner that apart from being able to perform well at your work, you have time to nurture quality relationship with loved ones and indulge in hobbies which enrich you.
  28. 28. Food for Thought • Does having wealth translate into having a good personality?

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