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Know your-colleague

  1. 1. Know your Dude IMRAN S. MALIK
  2. 2. What is Personality?
  3. 3. SixteenPrimary Traits
  4. 4. Personality Types
  5. 5. Personality Types
  6. 6. What Are Emotions? Affect A broad range of emotions that people experience.Emotions MoodsIntense feelings that are Feelings that tend to bedirected at someone or less intense than emotionssomething. and that lack a contextual stimulus.
  7. 7. Felt versus Displayed Emotions
  8. 8. Ability
  9. 9. Attitudes
  10. 10. Attitudes in everyday life
  11. 11. Attitude structureAttitudes consist of three related components: 1. An emotional component consisting of emotional reactions toward, or feelings about the attitude object. 2. A cognitive component consisting of thoughts and beliefs about the attitude object. 3. A behavioural component consisting of actions toward the attitude object.
  12. 12. Attitude functionAttitudes will fluctuate in order to serve our current needs.Four major functions1. Utilitarian function - Helps person to achieve rewards and gain approval from others2. Knowledge function - Attitudes can be used as a “frame of reference” for organizing the world so that it makes sense (Katz, 1960). - For example, we perceive knowledge that contradicts our views with suspicion, thus forming a negative impression of that source of information
  13. 13. Attitude function3. Ego-defensive function - Helps to cope with emotional conflicts and protect and enhance one’s self-esteem. - E.g., one’s job not going well, can blame colleagues or his boss, this negative orientation towards the people he or she blames protects one from acknowledging painful truths.4. Value-expressive function - Help to express central values and core aspects of self- concept. - For example, if you are a person who firmly believes in fair treatment and equality towards others, you’ll most likely have a positive attitude towards particular political parties and a negative attitude towards others.
  14. 14. • Attitudes are evaluations• Attitudes guide people’s behaviours… sometimes• Attitudes can change … – but the same technique won’t work the same way for all people all of the time
  15. 15. Attitudes + Behaviour• Research using more complete models have provided a better account of the attitude behaviour relationship:• Attitudes are related to behaviours – but not directly.• Attitudes affect behaviour - in combination with norms, control beliefs, and intentions.• In addition to being a theoretical improvement, this approach has also proven to be very practical.
  16. 16. CONFLICTConflict is the emotional disturbance or disagreement resulting from a clash of opposing points of view. There are many causes for conflict.
  17. 17. Causes of Conflict • Personality differences • Value differences • Differences in Perspectives • Differences in Goals • Differences in Departmental Allegiance • Ambiguities about responsibilities
  18. 18. Resolving the Conflicts assertive Competing Collaborating ASSERTIVENESS COMPROMISINGunassertive Avoiding Accommodating uncooperative cooperative COOPERATIVENESS
  19. 19. Five Strategies to Conflict Resolution• Competition: when immediate, decisive action is needed, issues are imperative and unpopular• Collaboration: when need to find an integrative solution, objective is to learn or combine knowledge from people with different perspectives• Avoidance: when issue is insignificant, to let others cool down and regain perspective• Accommodation: when issues are more important to others, build social support for later• Compromise: opponent team members are committed to different means to similar end, arrive at an expedient solution under time pressure
  20. 20. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Personality Types Personality Types • •Extroverted or Introverted (E or I) Extroverted or Introverted (E or I) • •Sensing or Intuitive (S or N) Sensing or Intuitive (S or N) • •Thinking or Feeling (T or F) Thinking or Feeling (T or F) • •Perceiving or Judging (P or J) Perceiving or Judging (P or J)
  21. 21. Personality TypeMyers-Briggs Test Indicator (MBTI) • Based on Carl Jung’s Work • Distinguishes four different personality types
  22. 22. Extraverted vs.• Introverted Extraverted: (E) – Energy gained from surroundings, directed outward – Acts first, reflects later – More talkative, expressive – Like to be around people, social – Motivated by environment (people, things)• Introverted: (I) – Gain energy internally, directed inward – Quiet energy, thoughtful, perceptive – Reserved, private, cautious – Think before they act – Are more comfortable spending time alone - recharge
  23. 23. Sensory vs. Intuition• Sensory: (S) – Facts, details, and realities – Lives in the Present – Memory recall rich in details and past experiences – Have straightforward speech - Are more realistic – Want clear and concrete information• Intuition: (N) – Seek understanding in patterns, context, connections and theory – Are more future oriented – Admire creativity, imaginative – see possibilities – Focus on ideas & the big picture – Comfortable with ambiguous, roundabout thoughts
  24. 24. Thinking vs. Feeling• Thinking – Search for facts and logic to make decision – Objective, Direct – Analytical and systematic – Naturally critical – Motivated by achievement• Feeling – Employ personal feelings and impact on others to make decision – Warm & friendly – Sensitive & diplomatic – Try hard to please others – Are motivated by being appreciated
  25. 25. Judgment vs. Perception • Judgment – Are serious and formal – Are time conscious – Like to make plans – Work first, play later – Like to finish project best • Perception – Playful & casual – Unaware of time or date – Like to wait-and-see – Play first, work later – Like to start project best
  26. 26. What is your MBTI? • ISTJ • ESTPExtraverted(E) / Introverted (I) • ESFP • ISFJ • ENFPSensing (S) / Intuitive (N) • INFJ • ENTP • INTJ • ESTJ • ESFJThinking (T) / Feeling (F) • ISTP • ENFJ • ISFP • ENTJJudging (J) / Perceiving (P) • INFP • INTP
  27. 27. ISTJ - Introvert Sensing Thinking JudgingFor ISTJs the dominant quality in their lives is an abiding sense of responsibility for doing what needs to be done in the here-and-now. Their realism, organizing abilities, and command of the facts lead to their completing tasks thoroughly and with great attention to detail. Logical pragmatists at heart, ISTJs make decisions based on their experience and with an eye to efficiency in all things. ISTJs are intensely committed to people and to the organizations of which they are a part; they take their work seriously and believe others should do so as well. Return to presentation 
  28. 28. ISFJ – Introvert Sensing Feeling JudgingFor ISFJs the dominant quality in their lives is an abiding respect and sense of personal responsibility for doing what needs to be done in the here-and-now. Actions that are of practical help to others are of particular importance to ISFJs. Their realism, organizing abilities, and command of the facts lead to their thorough attention in completing tasks. ISFJs bring an aura of quiet warmth, caring, and dependability to all that they do; they take their work seriously and believe others should do so as well. Return to presentation 
  29. 29. INFJ - Introvert Intuitive Feeling JudgingFor INFJs the dominant quality in their lives is their attention to the inner world of possibilities, ideas, and symbols. Knowing by way of insight is paramount for them, and they often manifest a deep concern for people and relationships as well. INFJs often have deep interests in creative expressions as well as issues of spirituality and human development. While their energy and attention are naturally drawn to the inner world of ideas and insights, what people often first encounter with INFJs is their drive for closure and for the application of their ideas to people’s concerns. Return to presentation 
  30. 30. INTJ - Introvert Intuitive Thinking JudgingFor INTJs the dominant force in their lives is their attention to the inner world of possibilities, symbols, abstractions, images, and thoughts. Insight in conjunction with logical analysis is the essence of their approach to the world; they think systemically. Ideas are the substance of life for INTJs and they have a driving need to understand, to know, and to demonstrate competence in their areas of interest. INTJs inherently trust their insights, and with their task-orientation will work intensely to make their visions into realities. Return to presentation 
  31. 31. ISTP - Introvert Sensing Thinking PerceivingFor ISTPs the driving force in their lives is to understand how things and phenomena in the real world work so they can make the best and most effective use of them. They are logical and realistic people, and they are natural troubleshooters. When not actively solving a problem, ISTPs are quiet and analytical observers of their environment, and they naturally look for the underlying sense to any facts they have gathered. ISTPs often pursue variety and even excitement in their hands-on experiences. Although they do have a spontaneous, even playful side, what people often first encounter with them is their detached pragmatism. Return to presentation 
  32. 32. ISFP - Introvert Sensing Feeling PerceivingFor ISFPs, the dominant quality in their lives is a deep-felt caring for living things, combined with a quietly playful and sometimes adventurous approach to life and all its experiences. ISFPs typically show their caring in very practical ways, since they often prefer action to words. Their warmth and concern are generally not expressed openly, and what people often first encounter with ISFPs is their quiet adaptability, realism, and "free spirit" spontaneity. Return to presentation 
  33. 33. INFP - Introvert Intuitive Feeling PerceivingFor INFPs the dominant quality in their lives is a deep-felt caring and idealism about people. They experience this intense caring most often in their relationships with others, but they may also experience it around ideas, projects, or any involvement they see as important. INFPs are often skilled communicators, and they are naturally drawn to ideas that embody a concern for human potential. INFPs live in the inner world of values and ideals, but what people often first encounter with them in the outer world is their adaptability and concern for possibilities. Return to presentation 
  34. 34. INTP - Introvert Intuitive Thinking PerceivingFor INTPs the driving force in their lives is to understand whatever phenomenon is the focus of their attention. They want to make sense of the world—as a concept—and they often enjoy opportunities to be creative. INTPs are logical, analytical, and detached in their approach to the world; they naturally question and critique ideas and events as they strive for understanding. INTPs usually have little need to control the outer world, or to bring order to it, and they often appear very flexible and adaptable in their lifestyle. Return to presentation 
  35. 35. ESTP - Extravert Sensing Thinking PerceivingFor ESTPs the dominant quality in their lives is their enthusiastic attention to the outer world of hands-on and real-life experiences. ESTPs are excited by continuous involvement in new activities and in the pursuit of new challenges. They tend to be logical and analytical in their approach to life, and they have an acute sense of how objects, events, and people in the world work. ESTPs are typically energetic and adaptable realists, who prefer to experience and accept life rather than to judge or organize it. Return to presentation 
  36. 36. ESFP - Extravert Sensing Feeling PerceivingFor ESFPs the dominant quality in their lives is their enthusiastic attention to the outer world of hands-on and real-life experiences. ESFPs are excited by continuous involvement in new activities and new relationships. They also have a deep concern for people, and they show their caring in warm and pragmatic gestures of helping. ESFPs are typically energetic and adaptable realists, who prefer to experience and accept life rather than to judge or organize it. Return to presentation 
  37. 37. ENFP - Extravert Intuitive Feeling PerceivingFor ENFPs the dominant quality in their lives is their attention to the outer world of possibilities; they are excited by continuous involvement in anything new, whether it be new ideas, new people, or new activities. Though ENFPs thrive on what is possible and what is new, they also experience a deep concern for people as well. Thus, they are especially interested in possibilities for people. ENFPs are typically energetic, enthusiastic people who lead spontaneous and adaptable lives. Return to presentation 
  38. 38. ENTP - Extravert Intuitive Thinking PerceivingFor ENTPs the dominant quality in their lives is their attention to the outer world of possibilities; they are excited by continuous involvement in anything new, whether it be new ideas, new people, or new activities. They look for patterns and meaning in the world, and they often have a deep need to analyze, to understand, and to know the nature of things. ENTPs are typically energetic, enthusiastic people who lead spontaneous and adaptable lives. Return to presentation 
  39. 39. ESTJ - Extravert Sensing Thinking JudgingFor ESTJs the driving force in their lives is their need to analyze and bring into logical order the outer world of events, people, and things. ESTJs like to organize anything that comes into their domain, and they will work energetically to complete tasks so they can quickly move from one to the next. Sensing orients their thinking to current facts and realities, and thus gives their thinking a pragmatic quality. ESTJs take their responsibilities seriously and believe others should do so as well. Return to presentation 
  40. 40. ESFJ - Extravert Sensing Feeling JudgingFor ESFJs the dominant quality in their lives is an active and intense caring about people and a strong desire to bring harmony into their relationships. ESFJs bring an aura of warmth to all that they do, and they naturally move into action to help others, to organize the world around them, and to get things done. Sensing orients their feeling to current facts and realities, and thus gives their feeling a hands-on pragmatic quality. ESFJs take their work seriously and believe others should do so as well. Return to presentation 
  41. 41. ENFJ - Extravert Intuitive Feeling JudgingFor ENFJs the dominant quality in their lives is an active and intense caring about people and a strong desire to bring harmony into their relationships. ENFJs are openly expressive and empathetic people who bring an aura of warmth to all that they do. Intuition orients their feeling to the new and to the possible, thus they often enjoy working to manifest a humanitarian vision, or helping others develop their potential. ENFJs naturally and conscientiously move into action to care for others, to organize the world around them, and to get things done. Return to presentation 
  42. 42. ENTJ - Extravert Intuitive Thinking JudgingFor ENTJs the driving force in their lives is their need to analyze and bring into logical order the outer world of events, people, and things. ENTJs are natural leaders who build conceptual models that serve as plans for strategic action. Intuition orients their thinking to the future, and gives their thinking an abstract quality. ENTJs will actively pursue and direct others in the pursuit of goals they have set, and they prefer a world that is structured and organized. Return to presentation 

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