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Session 1

The sum total of the ways in which an individual reacts and interacts with others.

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PERSONALITY

THOUGHT PATTERN

FEELINGS

BEHAVIOUR

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HERIDITY

PHYSICAL STATURE FACIAL FEATURES TEMPERAMENT ENERGY LEVELS ENVIRONMENT

ENVIRONMENT
CULTURE NORMS SITUATIONS

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Enduring characteristics that describe an individuals behaviour.


Shyness Aggressiveness Loyal Submissive nature Laziness Timid

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The Johari Window is a model for getting and giving feedback. It is a communication model. Model for self awareness, personal development

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Things you know about yourself Things others know about you ARENA

Things you dont know about yourself

BLIND SPOT

Things others do not know about you

FACADE

UNKNOWN AREA

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BIG 5 MODEL MBTI TEST

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EXTROVERT / INTROVERT SENSING/ INTUITIVE THINKING/ FEELING JUDGING/ PERCEIVING Eg : INTJ critical, independent, visionaries etc ESTJ realistic, logical , analytical ENTP innovative, versatile, resourceful in solving a complex problem. But can neglect a routine assignment.

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EXTROVERTS OUTGOING, SOCIABLE, ASSERTIVE INTROVERST QUITE, SHY

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SENSING PRACTICAL, PREFER A ROUTINE AND ORDER. THEY FOCUS ON THE DETAILS.
INTUTIVE RELY ON UNCONSCIOUS PROCESSES AND LOOK AT THE BIG PICTURE

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THINKING THEY USE REASON AND LOGIC TO HANDLE PROBLEMS.


FEELING RELY ON PERSONAL VALUES AND EMOTIONS.

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JUDGING THEY WANT CONTROL AND PREFER THEIR WORLD TO BE ORDERED AND STRUCTURED.
PERCEIVING FLEXIBLE AND SPONTANEOUS.

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EXTRAVERSION AGREEABLENESS CONSCIENTIOUSNESS EMOTIONAL STABILITY OPPENNESS TO EXPERIENCE

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TYPE A PERSONALITY IS AGGRESSIVELY INVOLVED IN CHRONIC, INCESSANT STRUGGLE TO ACHIEVE MORE AND MORE IN LESS AND LESS TIME AGAINST OPPOSING EFFORTS OF OTHER THINGS OR PERSONS.

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TYPE B PERSONALITY ARE RARELY HARRIED BY THE DESIRE TO OBTAIN A WIDELY INCREASING NUMBER OF THINGS OR PARTCIPATE IN AN ENDLESS GROWING SERIES OF EVENTS IN AN EVER DECREASING AMOUNT OF TIME.

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A SWOT analysis is a strategic business tool that can be applied to both individuals and organizations. You can use it to conduct a review of where you are now and where you could be.

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Your unique selling points , resources and

capabilities present.

What advantages do you have that others don't have (for example, skills, certifications, education, or connections)? What do you do better than anyone else? What personal resources can you access? What do other people (superiors, friends, relatives etc) see as your strengths? Which of your achievements are you most proud of? What values do you believe in that others fail to exhibit? Are you part of a network that no one else is involved in? If so, what connections do you have with influential people?
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Potential areas for personal development.


Gaps in experience or knowledge. What tasks do you usually avoid because you don't feel confident doing them? Do you have personality traits that hold you back in your field? For instance, if you have to conduct meetings or presentations on a regular basis, a fear of public speaking would be a major weakness. What will the people around you see as your weaknesses? Are you completely confident in your education and skills training? If not, where are you weakest? What are your negative work habits (for example, are you often late, are you disorganized, do you have a short temper, or are you poor at handling stress)? Do you have any negative personal characteristics?(eg low energy, poor motivation).
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External environment that you could take

advantage of.

Advances or growth in your discipline that provide opportunities to use your specialist skills. Opportunities for training and development so that you remain employable. Opportunities for advancement or promotion. Opportunities to collaborate with others in the same or different disciplines. Are any of your competitors failing to do something important? If so, can you take advantage of their mistakes? Opportunities to transfer your research skills to another area. Opportunities for self-employment.

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Development in the external environment -

outside your control, to take into account while planning.

Obsolescence of your specialism as new developments in technology or changes in commercial interest occur. Competitors - better qualified, more experienced, more skilled, better able to market themselves. Change in economic conditions leading to fewer jobs or development resources. Obstacles you currently face. Eg lack of flexible working opportunities, discrimination etc.

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Learning Outcome: Be able to assess personal and professional skills required to achieve strategic goals