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Page 1: Personality Styles
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Tak KenalMaka Tak Sayang

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Understanding

PersonalityJulia Jasmine & M Nordhani

Psychology UI

May 2016

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TODAY TOPICSWhat are we going to discuss today?

Knowing

Me

Knowing

Others

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TODAY TOPICS

TODAY MENU

What are we going to discuss today?

Knowing

Me

Knowing

Others

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Every people is different.

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Every people is different.

But they are predictably different.

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Personality (n.)

the combination of characteristics or

qualities that form an individual's

distinctive character.

Personality is a spectrum

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Get to Know

Yours!

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HOW TO DO THE TEST?

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Personality Theories

Extrovert

Introvert

Task

OrientedPeople

Oriented

D(Dominance)

I(Influence)

C(Compliance)

S(Steadiness)

DISC Personality Theory

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Personality Theories

Extrovert

Introvert

Task

OrientedPeople

Oriented

D(Dominance)

I(Influence)

C(Compliance)

S(Steadiness)

DISC Personality Theory

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DISC Personality Style

Driven

Direct

Decisive

Strong-willed

Self-confident

Daring

Determined

Fast-paced

D for Dominance

Motivated by winning, competition and success.

Values competency, concrete results, personal

freedom.

“What’s the point of

playing if winning isn’t

the goal?”

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Personality Theories

Extrovert

Introvert

Task

OrientedPeople

Oriented

D(Dominance)

I(Influence)

C(Compliance)

S(Steadiness)

DISC Personality Theory

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DISC Personality Style

Charming

Collaborative

Energizing

Trusting

Enthusiastic

Impulsive

Optimistic

Persuasive

I for Influence

Motivated by social recognition, group activities, and

relationships

Values coaching and counseling, freedom of

expression and individuality

“Whoever is happy will make

others happy too.”

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Personality Theories

Extrovert

Introvert

Task

OrientedPeople

Oriented

D(Dominance)

I(Influence)

C(Compliance)

S(Steadiness)

DISC Personality Theory

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DISC Personality Style

Calm

Patient

Predictable

Deliberate

Stable

Warm

Passive

Loyal

S for Steadiness

Motivated by cooperation, opportunities to

help and sincere appreciation

Values loyalty, helping others, and security

“The invariable mark of

wisdom is to see the

miraculous in the common.”

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Personality Theories

Extrovert

Introvert

Task

OrientedPeople

Oriented

D(Dominance)

I(Influence)

C(Compliance)

S(Steadiness)

DISC Personality Theory

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DISC Personality Style

Cautious

Systematic

Private

Objective

Analytical

Diplomatic

Accurate

Reserved

C for Compliance

Motivated by opportunities to gain knowledge, showing their expertise, and quality work.

Values quality and accuracy.

“It takes less time to do a thing

right than to

explain why you did it wrong.”

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Take a Peek on

Your Result!

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HOW TO READ THE GRAPH?

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TODAY TOPICS

TODAY MENU

What are we going to discuss today?

Knowing

Me

Knowing

Others

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Guessing Game!

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Guessing Game!

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Guessing Game!

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Guessing Game!

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Guessing Game!

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Guessing Game!

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Research has

shown is that people

who are able to

better understand

and react to

people’s

personalities tend

to be happier in the

workplace

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Research has

shown is that people

who are able to

better understand

and react to

people’s

personalities tend

to be happier in the

workplace

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Let’s Discuss!How to communicate with

D I S C ?

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Communicating with

Dominance

Give them the bottom line.

Be brief and speak up.

Focus your discussion narrowly.

Avoid making generalizations.

Refrain from repeating yourself.

Focus on solutions rather than

problems.

“What’s the point of playing if winning isn’t the goal?”

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Communicating with

Influence

Share your experiences.

Allow them time to ask questions and

talk themselves.

Focus on the positives.

Avoid overloading them with details.

Don't interrupt them.

“Whoever is happy will make others happy too.”

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Communicating with

Steadiness

Be personal and amiable.

Express your interest in them and

what you expect from them.

Take time to provide clarification.

Be polite.

Avoid being confrontational or too

aggressive.

“The invariable mark of wisdom is to see the

miraculous in the common.”

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Communicating with

Compliance

Focus on facts and details.

Minimize "pep talk" or emotional

language.

Be patient, persistent, and

diplomatic.

“It takes less time to do a thing right than to

explain why you did it wrong.”

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Keep in mind to:

- Think beyond introvert and extrovert!

- Consider how people are likely to

react

- Becoming conscious of the

personality traits you tend to notice

first and then allowing yourself to think

beyond those traits is one way to

better assess and respond to

personality.

There’s no such thing as

‘knowing people in a

glimpse’.

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Thank You!