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True Colors

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True Colors

  1. 1. True Colors<br />Stony Brook University <br />Fraternity and Sorority Conference<br />October 23, 2010 <br />
  2. 2. What is true colors?<br />True colors is an inventory designed to help you better understand yourself and others<br />True colors is an activity used to promote the appreciation of individual differences<br />True colors is a self-awareness activity enabling individuals to become aware of their personality styles<br />True colors is a team-builder helping members to understand the preferred styles of people they work with<br />
  3. 3. Points To remember<br />Each color is reflective of your personality<br />You will identify a primary and secondary color. These are preferred styles<br />The colors you do not choose will have some characteristics that are representative of you; however, it is not your preferred style.<br />True colors is valuable for improving, your effectiveness in working with others; however, as a short, self report assessment it is not 100% accurate. <br />
  4. 4. Describe Yourself<br />Prioritize each grouping of words across the row<br />Use “4” to indicate MOST like you, “1” to indicate LEAST liike you<br />Each row MUST have a “1” through “4”<br />Add columns down for a color total<br />
  5. 5. The Four True Colors<br />Blue<br />Relationship oriented<br />Gold<br />Structure oriented<br />Green<br />Cognitive Oriented<br />Orange<br />Impulse Oriented<br />
  6. 6. WHAT’S YOUR COLOR? <br />
  7. 7. Leadership Style and Color<br />
  8. 8. Blue<br />Expects others to express views<br />Assumes “family spirit”<br />Works to develop other potential<br />Individuals oriented<br />Democratic, unstructured approach<br />Encourages change VIA human potential<br />Change time allows for sense of security<br />Expects people to develop their potential<br />
  9. 9. Gold<br />Expects punctuality, order, loyalty<br />Assumes “right” way to do things<br />Seldom questions tradition<br />Rules oriented<br />Detailed/thorough approach threatened by change<br />Prolonged time to initiate any change<br />Expects people to play their roles<br />
  10. 10. Orange<br />Expects quick action<br />Assumes flexibility <br />Works in the here and now<br />Performance oriented<br />Flexible approach<br />Welcomes change<br />Institutes change quickly<br />Expects people to “make it fun”<br />
  11. 11. Green<br />Expects intelligence and competence<br />Assumes task relevancy<br />Seeks ways to improve systems<br />Visionary<br />Analytical<br />Encourages change for improvement<br />Constantly “in process” of change<br />Expects people to follow through<br />
  12. 12. Group Processing<br />What are the needs of your primary color?<br />What frustrates you about other colors?<br />What frustrates your about your color?<br />What traits of your color serve as an asset to your chapter?<br />How could knowing about your color (personality style) and colors (personality styles) of members of your chapter benefit those working relationships?<br />
  13. 13. Questions?<br />