Coach: Jean Noel Macaque
A character is by definition a characteristic attitude
Character is the way an Individual
Thinks, Feels and Behaves
My Character is My Choice.
Day by Day
What I choose,?
What I think?
What I do?
My Identity and My Manner
My Personality and My Behavior
My Qualities and My Traits
Formed My Character
Persons with social character are directed
by the prevailing of Habits, Materials,
Fashions, Beliefs, Attitudes, Opinions and
Values of the society in which they live.
The conduct of persons with social character is
determined by the expectations of the society
They act and live within society norms
They thrive on Arrogance, Extravagance and
Individuals characters are those who developed
their Minds and formed characters of their own
Beliefs, Attitudes and Values are determined
internally by the Strength of their own Convictions
They elevates their conduct above the minimum
level demanded by present social norms
Character is the Formed Structure of
Personality based on internalized Values.
Character determines the Quality,
Intensity, Attitudes, Values and
Motives of the Individual as
expressed in Relationship to other
People and in Action.
People with Dynamic Character Grows-up
and Change by the end of their story.
They Takes Actions
They Changes Attitudes and Behaviors
People with Static Character don’t grow and
They stay the same
Character can be Good
Excellent Character Leads to a Fulfillment Life
Some Good Characters
Polite, Efficient, Serious, Active, Generous, Confident,
Fair, Awareness, Advocate, Resilient, Open-Minded,
Hard-Working, Organize, Realistic, Assertive……..
Character can be Bad
Bad Character Leads to Bad Habits
Some Bad Characters
Selfish, Impolite, Liar, Jealousy, Unfair, Rigid, Vulgar,
Unsatisfied, Dependent, Impatient, Undisciplined,
Dishonest, Suspicious, Rebellious, Incontrollable, Lazy,
Nervous, Superficial, Aggressive, Insincere, Arrogant…..
Good Character are made-up of Virtues
Virtues are Gifts of our Characters
Values Leads us to Good Living
Individuals can develop their own character strengths.
Leaders can help followers develop their character.
Organizations can and should enable character
development to take place.