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SEQUENCE

PERSONALITY MAYERS BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR BIG FIVE MODLE OF PERSONALITY EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE MAJOR PERSONALITY ATTRIBUTES HOLLANDS THEORY

PERSONALITY
The pattern of collective character, behavioral, temperamental, emotional, and mental traits of a person: The quality or condition of being a person. It is specific person.

THIN-LINNING

THINK

SAY

ACTION

CHARACTER

PERSONALITY

BEHAVIOUR

MAYERS BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR

KATHERINE BRIGGS MAYERS

ISABEL BRIGGS MAYERS

MBTI
Is a personality assessment tool proven valid for about 50 years by psychologists worldwide Katharine Briggs developed idea in the

1920s
KB and daughter Isabel Briggs Myers spent

20 years researching until they produced an


accurate and valid questionnaire

THE FOUR MBTI SCALES

SOCIAL INTERACTION

GATHERING DATA

DECISION MAKING

STYLE OF DCISION

SOCIAL INTERACTION EXTROVERT INTEROVERT


Lets talk. Give me a minute to think.
Focus their energy and process information through reflection and introspection

Focus their energy and process information by interaction with their external environment

Extroverts:
Talk louder; stand closer

Introverts:
Prefer more personal space Appreciate a quieter environment May energize more by working in solitary for extended periods Interaction with groups is ultimately draining, even if valued; need time to recoup

Often enjoy noisier environment


May experience energy drain working in solitary for extended periods Interaction with people and things is energizing, even when they are tired

GATHER INFORMATION AND DATA SENSUATIVE INTUITIVE


Just the facts, please.
Focus readily on facts and details
May have less regard for or simply overlook underlying patterns or overall pursuits More interested in the facts

What if
Focus on meanings, relationship
Tend to pay more attention to implications, possibilities, and relationships between ideas than to facts and details alone

More interested in understanding the big picture or what could be; the idea is foremost

Sensuitives:

iNtuitives:

Enjoy working with information and tasks that are organized and presented in an orderly sequential format

Prefer solving conceptual problems and developing new skills Less tolerant of routines or sequential tasks (easily bored by them)

Tolerant of routine

DECISION MAKING THINKING FEELING


What is right? Focus on logic and analysis What is fair? Focus on the effects on people

right means rigidity

FAIR means rules are broken if appropriate

Thinkers:
Less comfortable with emotions First consider the pros and cons of ideas, information, and opinions

Feelers:
More comfortable with emotion Understand and appreciate others values

STYLE OF DECISION MAKING JUDGING PERCIEVING


Just do it. Done is beautiful
Wait and see. Ill get to it.

Make decisions as soon as possible to gain closure Show initiative in planning and organizing their world

Defer judgments in order to gather more information Act spontaneously and leave things to the last minute

Judgers:

Perceivers:

Value routines, order and structure Plan ahead; accept change more slowly

Value flow and flexibility

Flexible and adaptable; embrace change more comfortably The journey is the reward

The destination is the reward

MODLE OF PERSONALITY

BIG FIVE MODEL OF PERSONALITY


Emotional stability
(Stable, confident, effective) (Nervous, self-doubting, moody)

Extra version
(social , energetic, talkative) (Shy, unassertive, withdrawn)

Conscientiousness
(Planful, persistent, dependable) (ill planed, careless, irresponsible)

Agreeableness
(Warm, coperative, considerate) (Independent, cold, rude)

Openness to experience
(Imaginative, curious, original) (noncreative, unimaginative, literal-minded)

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Ability to manage emotions in ones self and in others in order to reach desired outcomes

The Two Sides of Emotional Intelligence


Personal Competence how we manage ourselves Self Awareness knowing your strengths and weaknesses Self management managing own impulses and emotions, self Motivation - persist, commitment, initiative, optimism Social Competence - how we handle relationships Empathy - awareness of others feelings and concerns Social skills influencing others by handling their emotions

Golemans Competencies Model

PERSONALITY ATTRIBUTE

MAJOR PERSONALITY ATTRIBUTES INFLUENCING INDIVIDUAL BAHAVIOUR IN AN ORGANISATION


Core Self-Evaluation
Self-Esteem
Locus of Control

Machiavellianism Narcissism Self-Monitoring

Risk Taking
Proactive Personality

Core Self-Evaluation: Two Main Components


Self-Esteem
Individuals degree of liking or disliking themselves

Locus of Control
The degree to which people believe they are masters of their own fate
Internals (Internal locus of control) Individuals who believe that they control what happens to them Externals (External locus of control) Individuals who believe that what happens to them is controlled by outside forces such as luck or chance

Machiavellianism

Degree to which an individual is pragmatic, maintains emotional distance, and believes that ends can justify means

Narcissism
A Narcissistic Person
Has grandiose sense of self-importance
Requires excessive admiration Has a sense of entitlement Is arrogant

Self-Monitoring
A personality trait that measures an individuals ability to adjust his or her behavior to external, situational factors

Risk-Taking
High Risk-Takers
Make quicker decisions Use less information to make decisions Operate in smaller organizations

Low Risk-Takers
Are slower to make decisions Require more information before making decisions Exist in larger organizations with stable environments

PROACTIVES

Identifies opportunities, shows initiative, takes action, until meaningful change occurs
Creates positive change in the environment, regardless or even in spite of constraints or obstacles

HOLLANDS THEORY

JOHN HOLLANDS THEORY OF VOCATIONAL PERSONALITIES AND WORK ENVIRONMENTS


Holland

THEORY
Relationship between personality type
and work environment influences job

satisfaction, job performance, and


job stability.

HOLLANDS SIX PERSONALITIES


Realistic Investigative Artistic Enterprising Social Conventional

HOLLANDS TYPOLOGY OF PERSONALITY CONGRUENT OCCUPATIONS

WHY ARE WE STUDYING ALL THIS

PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS
ENHANCE YOUR MANAGERIAL SKILLS. RECOGNITION INCORPORATION

IDENTIFICATION

CLOSING WORDS

My personal opinion is that life is not about being better than anyone else. Life is about being the best we can be.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS