Personality attributes and types

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  • 1. M.Venkata Sandeep AH14071P.Kalyan Srinivas AH14085Rohit Agrawal AH14099Sourabh Bhale AH14113U. Ravi Shankar AH14127

2. PERSONALITYis a way of describingYOUR UNIQUE TRAITShow you THINKwhat you VALUEhow you like to LIVE 3. Personality Definition Personality means how people affect others and howthey understand and view themselves, as well as therepattern of inner and outer measurable traits and theperson situation interaction. How people affect otherdepends primarily on there external appearance andtraits. 4. Personality Determinants The Role of Heredity and The Brain Self Esteem Person-Situation Interaction The Socialization Process 5. Myers-Briggs typeindicator(MBTI) WHAT Designed to understand differences in how people willperceive the world and make decisions. WHO MBTI is based on Carl Jungs psychological type theories.First test was published by Katharine Briggs and her daughterIsabel Briggs WHEN Carl Jung's initial personality theories were first published in1921. WHY For better understand of each other strength and weakness. 6. This theory propose personality is made up of4dimensional characteristics 1] Energy styleEXTROVERTED INTROVERTED 7. EXTROVERT are those which focus their attention andenergy on outward. They will be more Talkative outgoing enjoy works in groups use gestures while speaking dominate conservations 8. INTROVERTS focus there attention and energy inward They will be Quite private High concentration Prefer to work alone Hate being put on spot Think before they speak 9. THINKING STYLESENSING INTUITIVE 10. SENSORS think about things in factual way. They will be Factual and detailed oriented Precise & practical Prefer regulations Follow directions 11. INTUITIVE think about things in an abstract &imaginative way. See the big picture Innovative & creative Work in bursts of energy Trust their gut feelings and hunches Prefer to learn new skills. 12. VALUES STYLETHINKING FEELER 13. THINKERS make decisions based on impersonalobjective & logical criteria. Task oriented & objective Analytical Appear unemotional Motivated by achievement Decide with their head 14. FEELERS make decisions based on their personalvalues & how they feel about the choices People oriented Friendly Sensitive Decide with their hearts 15. LIFE STYLEJUDGING PERCIEIVING 16. JUDGER prefer a structured & fairly predictableenvironment to settle things. Structured & organized Punctual Plan ahead Work first Prefer schedules. 17. PERCEIVERS prefer to experience the world ,so theykeep their options open and are comfortable adapting. Flexible Less aware of time Like freedom & spontaneity Play first ,work labour 18. A personality test taps for characteristics & classifiespeople in to 1-16 personality types 19. Big Five Personality Traits The MBTI has lack of valid supporting evidence . In the field of organizational behavior and humanresource management the BIG FIVE these traitshave held up as accounting for personality in manyanalyses over the years and even across cultures. It is also called five factor model (FFM). 20. THE FIVE TRAITS 21. IMPACTS OF BIG -5 TRAITS In addition to providing a unifying personalityframework , research on BIG FIVE also has foundimportant relationship between personalitydimensions and job performance. Conscientiousness shows a positive correlation withjob performance - individuals who are dependable,goal directed are higher performers ; viewednegatively those who are careless ,irresponsible. High extraversion - associated with managementand sales success 22. Agreeableness handle customer relations and conflict . Openness Tend to have job training proficiency andmake better decision in a training problem solvingsimulation. High emotional stability - more effective in stressfulsituations. The research shows that these five traits are more stable. Personality theorists would tend to agree that after about30 years of age , the personality will change little over time.