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Winter 2015 true colors powerpoint

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Winter 2015 true colors powerpoint

  1. 1. TRUE COLORS: • History of True Colors: The theory behind True Colors can be traced back to when Hippocrates (460BC) identified four different temperaments of humans: Sanguine, Choleric, Phlegmatic, and the Melancholic and in Plato’s (428BC) ideas about character and personality. • Today we are using a sample of True Colors • Everyone has some degree of each color. However, most people have a dominant main color. There are no bad or good colors • Increasing the understanding of ourselves helps in decreasing conflict. • True colors was created by researchers and psychologists:  Isabel Briggs Meyer  Katherine Briggs  David Keirsey  Don Lowry
  2. 2. TRUE COLORS: • The True Colors test will help you discover the qualities and characteristics of your personality and temperament. • True Colors is divided into four different colors— which represent four different personality types: * Orange * Blue * Gold * Green
  3. 3. 3 2 4 1 1 3 4 2
  4. 4. ADD UP THE BOXES BASED OFF OF THE LETTERS:
  5. 5. If the scores in the colored boxes are less than 5 or greater than 20 you have made an error. Need help?
  6. 6. Leadership Style: GREEN: Excellent Problem Solvers Your Leadership Style is: Calm, logical , intellectual Your Strengths as a Leader are: • Pride in technical decisions • Does not base decision on emotion • Considers all possible solutions GREEN Expectations: • Analytical approach • Encourages change/improvements • Follow-through on tasks
  7. 7. Leadership Style: Orange: Natural Negotiators Your Leadership Style is: Competitive, action-oriented, exciting Your Strengths as a Leader are: • Attracts people • Makes tasks fun • Flexible/versatile ORANGE Expectations: • Quick action • Focus on the “here and now” • Keep the energy of a task fun
  8. 8. Leadership Style: GOLD: Natural Leaders Your Leadership Style is: Traditional, Trustworthy, Detail-oriented Your Strengths as a Leader are: • Organization/structure • Punctual and precise • Follows rules. GOLD Expectations: • Loyalty/commitment • Respect • Be on time
  9. 9. Leadership Style: BLUE: Excellent Relationship Builders Your Leadership Style is: Harmonious, Caring/concerned, Democratic Your Strengths as a Leader are: • Inspirational • Creative • Positive/optimistic BLUE Expectations: • Express opinions • Sensitivity to others • Individual development
  10. 10. TRUE COLORS: MISCONCEPTIONS BLUE Over-emotional Smothering Hopelessly naïve Talks to much Ignores policy GREEN Intellectual snob Heartless Critical Unrealistic Unappreciative ORANGE Irresponsible Manipulative Indecisive Scattered Unfocused GOLD Rigid Controlling Judgmental Bossy Too Predictable
  11. 11. TRUE COLORS: STUDENT ORGS. True Colors is important for student organizations because: 1) It helps members understand student organization members’ strengths and weaknesses. 2) Good for decreasing conflict because you understand what each personality type values and you can bypass stepping on members’ “pet peeves” 3) Great for team building 4) Teaches you about your leadership philosophy 5) Teaches you about areas you need to grow in 6) Teaches you how to motivate, appreciate, and relate to other people who have different personalities than you. 7) You need the foundation of knowing your strengths and weaknesses to lead others effectively.
  12. 12. TRUE COLORS: O*NET CODES • Match your true color to careers • Identifying 1st, 2nd, 3rd top colors • Link to careers that often utilize these personality types http://www.truecolorsassociation.org/career.html • Click one of these for an example: * Orange Jobs * Blue Jobs * Gold Jobs * Green Jobs
  13. 13. TRUE COLORS: O*NET CODES Example: 1st color: Orange 2nd color: Blue 3rd color: Gold Career Examples:
  14. 14. TRUE COLORS: O*NET CODES Example: 1st color: Orange 2nd color: Blue 3rd color: Gold Career Examples:
  15. 15. Copy and paste the code into the O*NET website: http://www.onetonline.org/ This will lead to the summary report for that particular job. TRUE COLORS: O*NET CODES
  16. 16. Summary Report Includes: Tasks Tools & Technology Knowledge, Skills, Abilities (KSAs) Work Activities/Context Education Credentials Interests Work Styles/Values Related Occupations Job Openings Wages and Employment Trends TRUE COLORS:O*NET CODES
  17. 17. TRUE COLORS: • Answer these 3 questions: 1) What do you wish others understood about your true color? 2) What do others need to know about working with your true color? 3) Why is knowing your true color important for this student organization?
  18. 18. TRUE COLORS QUOTE: Successful people know who they are and what their True Colors are… when you know what your core values and needs are and feel good about them, you can perform at your highest potential in every area of life. And when you share a working, mutual understanding of other’ core values and needs, you have the basis to communicate, motivate, and achieve common goals with utmost dignity, efficacy, and mutual respect.” -Don Lowry, creator of True Colors.

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