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1 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 1 true colors building: -teams -communications -leadership

2 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 2 Purpose of workshop Strengths of differences Not good or bad Shadow energy, brightening process Dynamic not static factor Situational Wide individual variations Aware of biases

3 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 3 Purpose of workshop Doesn’t explain everything Misuse Self selected process Interactive group work

4 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 4 True Colors objectives Discover the qualities and characteristics of your personality. Gain an awareness and appreciation of personality differences. Learn to appreciate and build community through a knowledge of diversity of personalities. Learn to identify the strengths, values, joys, needs and stressors associated with each personality.

5 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 5 Evolution of true colors Jung, derived philosophies from literature, mythology, philosophy and psychopathology Meyers - Briggs, 1940s - personality types and jobs Kiersey, 1970s - personality or temperament styles Lowery, 1980s - metaphor of colors

6 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 6 “Maybe it’s Maybelline” innate behavior versus learned behavior

7 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 7 Gold attribute summary “be prepared!” loves to plan detail oriented service oriented values family traditions helpful and trustworthy conservative and stable strive for security “should” “should not” belief in policies, procedures, rules value order and status quo duty, loyalty a right way punctual, precise

8 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 8 Blue attribute summary mediators optimistic caretakers passionate true romantic cause oriented need to feel “special” has a kind word peace, harmony enjoy the symbols of romance strong sense of spirituality sensitive to the needs of others motivate and encourage others cooperative rather than competitive

9 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 9 Green attribute summary “should be able to” “why” intellectual and theoretical idea people and independent philosophical and complex perfectionists standard setter visionary / futurist can never know enough cool, calm and collected work is play - play is work often not in the mainstream

10 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 10 Orange attribute summary playful and spontaneous energetic and competitive charming and a risk taker “Just do it!” test limits quick witted and impulsive master negotiator creative / inventive natural entertainer high need for mobility natural non-conformist stimulates the economy wants immediate feedback

11 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 11 Orange - What to look for when you’re out of esteem rudeness and defiance breaking rules intentionally running away and dropping out use of stimulants acting out boisterously lying and cheating physical aggression

12 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 12 Green - What to look for when you’re out of esteem indecisiveness refusal to comply or cooperate extreme aloofness and withdrawal snobbish, put-down remarks, sarcasm refusal to communicate; the silent treatment perfectionism due to severe performance anxiety highly critical attitudes toward self and others

13 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 13 Gold - What to look for when you’re out of esteem complaining and self-pity anxiety and worry depression and fatigue psychosomatic problems malicious judgements about yourself or others herd mentality exhibited in blind following leaders authoritarianism and phobic reactions

14 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 14 Blue - What to look for when you’re out of esteem attention-getting behavior lying to save face withdrawal fantasy, day-dreaming, trancing out crying and depression passive resistance yelling and screaming

15 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 15 Succeeding with golds remember to be on time try to be extra organized and efficient they are generous but like things returned do what you say you will do be dependable, loyal respect their need for security

16 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 16 Succeeding with greens be aware of their curiosity about life give things that challenge their problem- solving abilities respect their need for independence know they are caring even though they may not show it respect their inventions and ideas give them time to process information

17 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 17 Succeeding with blues spend quality time one-on-one with them be aware they wear their heart on their sleeve listen to them as they listen to you be supportive share your thoughts and feelings praise their imagination and creativity

18 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 18 Succeeding with oranges be active with them, don’t slow them down be spontaneous and fun, not a heavy compete in fun when appropriate be adventuresome and optimistic be energetic and ready to go

19 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 19 FAMOUS GOLDS Santa Claus Harry Truman Archie Bunker Joan Rivers LBJ Lucy (Peanuts) George Washington Florence Nightingale Gerald Ford Henry Ford Lone Ranger Mr. Rogers Nancy Reagan Johnny Carson Joe Friday Alex Keaton (Family Ties) Queen Victoria

20 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 20 FAMOUS ORANGES Lee Iacocca Amelia Earhart JFK George Patton FDR Oliver North Teddy Roosevelt Lucille Ball James Dean Winston Churchill Rhett Butler Garfield Charlie Brown John Wayne St. Francis of Assisi Gracie Allen Ernest Hemmingway Edith Bunker Burt Reynolds

21 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 21 FAMOUS GREENS Columbo Oscar Madison Quincy John DeLorean Socrates Moses Frank Lloyd Wright Ayn Rand Mrs. Keaton (Family Ties) Carl Jung Benjamin Franklin Thomas Edison Katherine Hepburn Douglas MacArthur Sherlock Holmes Dwight Eisenhower Eleanor Roosevelt Rosalyn Carter Madame Curie

22 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 22 FAMOUS BLUES Mother Teresa Mozart Pope John XXII Cinderella Sigmund Freud Kevin (Wonder Years) Jimmy Carter Dorothy (Wizard of Oz) Martin Luther King, Jr. Julius Ceasar Napoleon Beverly Sills Ghandi Brigham Young Mohammed Ali President Clinton Thomas Jefferson Emily Dickinson Garrison Keillor Isabel Myers Briggs Abraham Lincoln Carl Rogers Mr. Keaton (Family Ties)

23 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 23 Reframing gold Others see gold as: rigid controlling dull, boring stubborn, pigheaded opinionated system-bound unimaginative Choose to see gold: stable providing security dependable firm always have a view on an issue efficient realistic

24 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 24 Reframing green Others see green as: arrogant, heartless don’t care about people ruthless unrealistic eccentric, weird, poor dresser emotionally controlled, repressed think they are superior Choose to see green: right a remarkable amount of the time tough-minded, efficient powerful creative, visionary original, unique eminently reasonable avoid things they don’t excel at

25 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 25 Reframing blue Others see blue as: overemotional bleeding heart mushy not of this world flaky, unrealistic hopelessly naïve too tender hearted a pushover, weak too “touchy-feely” just pathetic Choose to see blue: warm caring, compassionate romantic spiritual idealistic see potential for people willing to work for a cause unselfish comfortable with touch

26 True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership 26 Reframing orange Others see orange as: irresponsible flaky,wishy-washy not serious when they should be only do what they enjoy disobeying rules slippery, not to be trusted doesn’t consider the past or the future Choose to see orange: fun-loving, enjoy life spontaneous flexible carefree proficient, capable problem-solver good negotiator present time focus


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