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Aspects of individual's personality

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Aspects of individual's personality

  1. 1. ASPECTS OF AN INDIVIDUAL’S PERSONALITY
  2. 2. ASPECTS OF AN INDIVIDUAL’S PERSONALITY  Mental  Emotional  Social  Physical  Moral  Spiritual
  3. 3. MENTAL ASPECT  This refers to his intellectual capacity. How a person talks, the range of ideas he expresses, and the things he talks about, as well as his values and mental alertness give evidence of his mental capacity.  The mental aspects depend upon the intelligence. Also, the better the education, the better the personality.
  4. 4. EMOTIONAL ASPECT  A person’s emotional makeup is shown in his likes and dislikes, whether he is aggressive or docile.  How he responds when things become difficult, how quickly he is given to anger, or whether he can take a job or not.
  5. 5. SOCIAL ASPECT  This is seen in how well a person conducts himself with other people and how well he observes the rules of etiquette that govern society.  Social attitudes and behavior are affected by physiological conditions and changes, mental alertness, and the extent of emotional maturity.
  6. 6. PHYSICAL ASPECT  Heredity and environment determine the entire physiological system of an individual. Posture, body build and size, complexion and facial expressions, as well as the appropriateness and condition of clothes, comprise the physical appearance of a person.
  7. 7. MORAL ASPECT  This aspect of personality has to do with a person’s awareness of the difference between what is wrong or right.
  8. 8. SPIRITUAL ASPECT  People are generally religious but they differ in what they worship and how they worship.  The spiritual aspect is the consciousness of the higher values in life. Religion expresses spiritual value.
  9. 9. EXTRAVERSION FOCUSES ON THE COMFORT LEVEL OF AN INDIVIDUAL IN INTERACTION WITH OTHERS.  Assertive  Outgoing  Talkative  Open  Timid  Quiet  Reserved
  10. 10. AGREEABLENESS REFERS TO AN INDIVIDUAL’S BEHAVIOR TOWARDS OTHERS WHILE INTERACTING WITH THEM.  Good Natured  Co-operative  Trusting  Cold  Antagonistic  Distant
  11. 11. CONSCIENTIOUSNESS REFERS TO THE EXTENT TO WHICH INDIVIDUALS SHOW CONSISTENT & RELIABLE BEHAVIOR WHILE WORKING IN THE ORGANIZATION.  High Responsible  Dependable  Organized  Persistent  Unreliable  Disorganized  Inconsistent  Easy-going
  12. 12. EMOTIONAL STABILITY REFERS TO THE ABILITY OF AN INDIVIDUAL TO CONTROL HIS/HER EMOTIONS AT THE TIME OF CRISIS.  Calm  Self-confident  Secure  Nervous  Depressed  Insecure
  13. 13. OPENNESS TO EXPERIENCE MEASURES THE INDIVIDUAL’S ABILITY TO BE OPEN TO ANY KIND OF EXPERIENCE THAT HELPS HIM/HER TO DO THE JOB EFFECTIVELY.  More Approachable  Creative  Imagination  Curiosity  Uncomfortable  Practical  Traditional  Down-to-earth  Conservative

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