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  1. 1. PERSONALITY<br />
  2. 2. What Is Personality?<br />Personality is an individuals unique pattern of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that are fairly consistent<br /><ul><li>Unique = Different from other’s
  3. 3. Consistent = Persist across time situations
  4. 4. One’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors may be</li></ul> dramatically different from others<br /> Thoughts = what one thinks<br /> Feelings = what one feels<br /> Behaviors = how one acts, displayed attributes<br />
  5. 5. Keirsey Temperament Sorter<br />David Keirsey; Keirsey Temperament Sorter<br />Four Temperaments; 16 Role Variants<br />Influenced by Carl Jung’s Psychological Types<br />Introversion vs. ExtroversionThinking vs. Feeling (Rational Functions)Sensation vs. Intuition (Irrational Functions)Coexistence of Principal and Auxiliary Functions<br />Isabel Briggs Myers and her mother Katherine Cooks Briggs extended and codified Jung’s ideas into a test with corresponding character trait results<br /> Where Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) comes from<br />
  6. 6. The Four Temperaments<br />Guardian<br />Artisan<br />do whatever works<br />do whatever’s right<br />Idealist<br />Rational<br />what the world could be<br />what the world should be<br />
  7. 7. Guardian<br />do whatever’s right<br />Follow the rules<br />Obey the laws<br />Caretaker<br />Protector<br />Duties & Responsibilities<br />Respect the rights of others<br />
  8. 8. Artisan<br />do whatever works<br />Thrillseeker<br />
  9. 9. Idealist<br />what the world should be<br />Positive moralistic view<br />
  10. 10. Rational<br />what the world could be<br />Efficiency & Productivity<br />
  11. 11.
  12. 12. INtrovert<br />Extrovert<br />How do we get our energy?<br />(Where is attention focused)<br /><ul><li>Energized by interaction with others
  13. 13. Spends his/her time with things around them
  14. 14. Focus on outer world of people and things, Outside the self
  15. 15. Gregarious
  16. 16. Talkative
  17. 17. Social/Outgoing
  18. 18. Expressive
  19. 19. Prefer larger groups
  20. 20. Distractible
  21. 21. Prefer social gatherings
  22. 22. Many friends
  23. 23. Assertive*
  24. 24. Energized by reflection within own mind
  25. 25. Spends his/her time in reflection
  26. 26. Focus on inner world of ideas and impressions, Inside the self
  27. 27. Independent
  28. 28. Quiet
  29. 29. Tends to keep to self
  30. 30. Private
  31. 31. Prefer smaller groups
  32. 32. Deliberate
  33. 33. Prefer reading, thinking, inventing
  34. 34. Fewer, more intimate friends</li></li></ul><li>iNTuition<br />Sensing<br /> How do we take in Information?<br />(Absorbing Input & Process Data)<br /><ul><li>Views the world in terms of facts and senses
  35. 35. Realistic
  36. 36. Factual
  37. 37. Concrete
  38. 38. Lives in the Present
  39. 39. Practical
  40. 40. Guided by Senses
  41. 41. Adept to fine Details
  42. 42. Views the world in terms of possibilities
  43. 43. Idealistic
  44. 44. Theoretical
  45. 45. Abstract
  46. 46. Future-focused
  47. 47. Inventive
  48. 48. Imaginative
  49. 49. Adept to complicated Patterns
  50. 50. Generally associated with scientific aptitude</li></li></ul><li>Feeling<br />Thinking<br /> How do we make Decisions?<br /> (Analyzing Data & Output)<br /><ul><li>Makes objective decisions based on facts
  51. 51. Objective
  52. 52. Decides with head
  53. 53. Driven by thought
  54. 54. Logical
  55. 55. Rational
  56. 56. Critical
  57. 57. Impersonal
  58. 58. Thick-skinned
  59. 59. Firm with others
  60. 60. Do what “works”
  61. 61. Utilitarian
  62. 62. Makes subjunctive decisions based on principles and values
  63. 63. Subjunctive
  64. 64. Decides with heart
  65. 65. Driven by emotion
  66. 66. Emotional
  67. 67. Empathetic
  68. 68. Gentle
  69. 69. Passionate
  70. 70. More sensitive
  71. 71. Caring of others
  72. 72. Do what’s “right”
  73. 73. Co-operative</li></li></ul><li>Perceiving<br />Judging<br />How do we organize our Lifestyle?<br /> (Recurring Patterns)<br /><ul><li>Lives life in a decisive, orderly manner
  74. 74. Structured
  75. 75. Organized
  76. 76. Likes closure
  77. 77. Follows routine
  78. 78. Makes Plans
  79. 79. Controlled
  80. 80. Scheduled
  81. 81. Good at finishing
  82. 82. Lives life in a spontaneous, flexible way
  83. 83. Adaptable
  84. 84. Disorganized
  85. 85. Likes keeping options open
  86. 86. Dislikes routine
  87. 87. Spontaneous
  88. 88. Care-free
  89. 89. Flexible
  90. 90. Can change tracks midway</li></li></ul><li>

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