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					Presented by:
                Muhammad Atif
                Tahir Aziz
It is the total of behaviors of an individual with a
given tendency system interacting with a
    sequence of situations…

The overall human conduct while he
is facing different situations is
known as personality.
The Person which shows different behavior in one
  or same situation is known as having split
  personality.
   Personality reflects individual differences
   Personality is consistent & enduring
   Personality can change
Personality                    The
   traits                  Environment




               Behavior

              B = f(P,E)
THINKER         LEADER




SUPPORTER   ENTERTAINER
THINKER



   COMFORT ZONE: WORKING ALONE

   PRECISE. CLEVER. BRILLIANT.

   WORKS AND WORKS AND WORKS

   ENJOYS “PUBLISHING” BUT
    REQUIRES FULL DATA FIRST

   TREASURER, ASTRONOMER, BLOGGER,
    DIARIST, MATHEMATICIAN, PhD.
                            LEADER

MANDATE: GETTING THINGS DONE
THROUGH THE EFFORTS OF OTHERS

COMFORT ZONE:
 GIVING TASKS TO OTHERS

PEOPLE GENERALLY FOLLOW

SPENDS TIME RESOLVING CONFLICTS

CAN “SEE” INTO THE FUTURE
  COMFORT ZONE:
   IN HARMONY WITH THE LEADER

  SKILLED, KNOWLEGEABLE

  LOYAL, ACCEPTS TASKS, PRODUCTIVE

   NATURAL ALLY OF THE LEADER,
   YOUR BEST ASSET




SUPPORTER
COMFORT ZONE: “ON   STAGE”

TALENTED

PEOPLE LISTEN

CAN “PRESENT” AT A MOMENT’S
NOTICE, EVEN WHEN UNPREPARED

SINGERS, SKILLS-COACHES,
TEACHERS AND TRAINERS

REALLY ADD TO QUALITY OF LIFE



                       ENTERTAINER
  Biological Factor
                     Inherited Factors
 the way you talk, walk all behaviors just reflect
   your parents nature…
 Physical Environment

                          All those physical
   objects which make the environment. E.g.
   Personality depends on area, weather, culture,
   people etc.
    Culture
               Everything socially learned & shared
                    OR
    Complex hole of knowledge, values, beliefs, art,
     moral required by a man as a member of
     society is known as culture. Culture has great
     impact on the personality of an individual & it
     plays an important role in the development of
     personality.
   Group Experience
                       Every individual’s
    personality grows in a group experience. E.g.
    Family, social class, friends, teachers, people
    living in surroundings etc.
   Unique Experience
                        Every individual has a
    unique experience which can’t be copied by
    any one, so every person has its own different
    personality.
 Learning the basic skills, values, beliefs, and
         behavior patterns of society.



                    SELF
Awareness of possessing a distinct identity that
      separates us from others in society.
Tabula Rasa – Clean Slate

  - Born without a personality
  - Acquire it as a result of socialization
  - Humans can be molded
Looking Glass Self

3 Step Process
     1. Imagine how we appear to others.
     2. Compare reactions with perceptions.
     3. Change to get reactions we want.

           SOCIETY IS OUR MIRROR!
Trait Theory - understand individuals by breaking
   down behavior patterns into observable traits
Psychodynamic Theory - emphasizes the
   unconsciousness of behavior
Humanistic Theory - emphasizes individual growth
   and improvement
Integrative Approach - describes personality as a
   composite of an individual’s psychological
   processes
                  Locus of Control
    Internal                     External
I control what                  People and
 I control what
happens to me!                  circumstances control
 happens to me!
                                my fate!
      Feelings of Self Worth



Success tends            Failure tends
to increase              to decrease
self-esteem              self-esteem
Behavior based on cues from people & situations

   High self monitors            Low self monitors
       flexible: adjust              act from internal
        behavior according             states rather than
        to the situation and           from situational
        the behavior of                cues
        others                        show consistency
       can appear                    less likely to
        unpredictable &                respond to work
        inconsistent                   group norms or
                                       supervisory
                                       feedback
        Strong
personalities
will dominate
     in a weak
      situation
Projective Test - elicits an individual’s
  response to abstract stimuli
Behavioral Measures - personality
  assessments that involve observing an
  individual’s behavior in a controlled
  situation
Self-Report Questionnaire - assessment
  involving an individual’s responses to
  questions

				
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