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  2. 2. PERSONALITY • Personality can be defined as consistency in a person’s way of being — that is, long-term consistency in their particular ways of perceiving, thinking, acting and reacting as a person. • Organized patterns of thought and feeling and behavior. • Personality has to do with individual differences among people in behavior patterns, cognition and emotion.
  3. 3. MY PERSONALITY • My personality revolves a lot around doing good for all the people around me and making them happy. • And also I want to be completely independent without drawing a border for myself. • I believe in the concept of “ Survival of the Fittest “ that means ,” I should handle and show success with whatever situation I am put up with”.
  4. 4. CHANGES IN PERSONALITY • According to me , one’s personality tends to change by the following factors, – Time – Parental care – Our Own Actions – Influence by the Society • There are two different ways of classifying personality changes over a lifetime, – A rank-order change refers to a change in an individual's personality trait relative to other individuals – A mean-level change refers to an absolute change in the individual's level of a certain trait over time.
  5. 5. SWOT - DEFINITION • SWOT Analysis is an effective method for the development of one’s personality. • SWOT has formed from the initials of Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats. • It is as much applicable in the process of personality development of an individual as it is for a business that needs to grow and develop while it strives to have better avenues and prospects.
  6. 6. STREGNTHS  I am able to adapt myself to any work environment and put best efforts to climb up my career.  I believe in “Nothing is impossible” I am very friendly and very amicable wherever I go ultimately ending up with lot of friends. I am good as any CRO since I have learnt it from my last job and that will be very much helpful to pursue this career I will be loyal & highly committed to the work I do and I like a lot to learn and scale up my knowledge. I deal all my problems with a positive attitude WEAKNESSES  I am not punctual  I am lazy at times. OPPORTUNITIES  I have used my travel desk opportunity at Hotel Carlton which gave me lots of self confidence, exposure and customer handling in the most effective way. And the current job in Tupperware has also given me the confidence to handle any work environment and I have created a niche for myself by being highly committed. THREATS
  10. 10. PERCEPTION • Perception may be defined as the process by which an individual selects, organizes and interprets stimuli into a meaningful and coherent picture of the environment in which he lives.
  11. 11. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE • Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to monitor one's own and other people’s emotions to discriminate between different emotions and label them appropriately, and to use emotional information to guide thinking and behavior.
  12. 12. PERCEPTION – IMPACT IN PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL LIFE • There are a number of things that influence our perception. – First, our heredity can be major influencers of our perception. Height, skin color, and gender influence the way we see the world. – Our needs impact our perception as well. Physiological needs, such as food and water (or lack thereof), can influence how we feel about certain situations. – Our peer group can also impact our perception. – Our interests impact our perception. – Our expectations are another driver of our perceptions. – A halo effect or reverse halo effect can also alter our perceptions.
  14. 14. EI – IMPACT IN PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL LIFE  Intra-Personal Emotional Self- Awareness Assertiveness Self-Regard Self-Actualization Independence  Inter-Personal Interpersonal Relationship Empathy Social Responsibility Adaptability Problem Solving Flexibility Reality Testing Stress Management Stress Tolerance Impulse Control General Mood Optimism Happiness
  15. 15. TIME MANAGEMENT • Time is finite – Time is a special resource that you cannot store or save for later use. Everyone has the exact same amount of time each day. Time not well used cannot be retrieved. • You’re more efficient – Work smarter, not harder, and definitely not  longer  than  you  have to. • You feel calmer and more in control – Learning time management skills matters because it will reduce the amount of unhealthy stress you feel. • You’re more fulfilled – When you know what matters and you do it efficiently, it’s time well spent. How you function affects how you feel about the whole of your life.
  16. 16. TIME MANAGEMENT • You have more energy – Strange but true -- the act of finishing tasks often brings a level of satisfaction and energy that makes you feel good. • You develop more qualities – Patience, persistence, self discipline and learning to be assertive, all get developed. As you develop your awareness of time, your ability to manage it improves, too. • You achieve what you want to and need to – faster – Better time management means you find that you finish more of what you start, sooner. • You enjoy your life more – Managing how you use your time is a means to an end, but it brings enjoyment and satisfaction in it's own right as well.
  17. 17. TIME WASTERS • Talking too long on the phone • Too frequently browsing social media sites • Incessantly preparing and not taking action • Failing to say no to unrelated tasks • Failing to ask for help or follow directions • Waiting until late in the day to do tasks • Having a disorganized office • Focusing on smaller, less important tasks
  18. 18. OVERCOMING TIME WASTERS • Schedule phone calls with end times when possible • Set a time limit for non-task-related Internet browsing • Map or outline your most pressing task • Make a short daily to-do list and say no to tasks not on that list • Set deadlines and alarms for you to complete tasks • Close your Internet browser or unrelated windows to avoid distraction • Set your Chat status to “Busy” or go offline • Place your phone on “Do Not Disturb”
  19. 19. OPEN SELF PERSONALITY • Open self personality is a personality in which a person is well aware of his own strengths, weaknesses, his abilities and other people around him- can be his team members or ones he interacts with- are well aware of those. • An open personality is not mysterious or hidden or even deluded. • One who believes in sharing his traits with others so as to make his self open to earn trust and lasting relationships with those around him. • Having an open self personality , – puts people near you at ease – makes you less of a threat as you reveal things easily. – makes you trustworthy and easy to confide to.
  20. 20. TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS • Transactional analysis (TA to its adherents), is a psychology idea that humans are social creatures and that a person is a multi-faceted being that changes when in contact with another person in their world.
  21. 21. EGO STATES
  22. 22. MY EGO STATE • I am mostly in Adult Ego State. – I judge person based on how they behave with me and not on any person’s advice . – I am a person who believes “ Experience is the teacher of all things”
  23. 23. JUSTIFYING – WITH AN EXAMPLE • I am from Kodaikanal and Chennai is totally a new city for me. • I am only an year and a half for Chennai. • But now I know all the nooks and corners here. • I was totally naïve about purchasing and bargaining. • But my work demanded me to buy lot of stuffs for corporate and that developed me from unskilled to a purchase dept head now. • In my workplace, I have colleagues who are born and brought up in Chennai , and they too were also given chances for that post but none have made it. • I am happy in excelling my skill , being different from them and scaling up my career.
  24. 24. THANK YOU