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1Christopher Raj Anthony ►►EQ for Self Management &Relationship BuildingChristopher Raj Anthony
21 2 3 Perceived (See/ Feel) HIGH TRUST 4 5 6 Perceived (See/ Feel) Characteristics that reflect Emotional StabilityHIGH PERFORMANCEPROGRESSION456Perceived(See/ Feel)LOW TRUSTCharacteristics that reflect Emotional InstabilityLOW PERFORMANCEREGRESSION
3Positive Characteristics/ Emotional Stability promote High Performance Learning PointsWe all have a common belief thatPositive Characteristics/ Emotional Stability promote High PerformanceHigh Performance
4Positive Indicator for development/growth Learning PointsHow do we see Regression?BAD or GOOD?RegressionPositive Indicator for development/growthDevelopment/ Growth
5help make that realization/ awareness happen Learning PointsEmotional Excellencehelp make that realization/ awareness happen
6Learning PointsCommon belief: Positive Characteristics/ Emotional Stability promote High PerformanceRegression in itself can be seen as a Positive Indicator of the need for development/ growthEmotional Excellence help make that realization/ awareness happen.
7Let’s Explore PERCEPTION This brings us to the challenging question of “How accurate is my appraisal of other behavioral styles?”
8OUR INTERPRETATION OF WHAT WE “SEE” OR “HEAR” (SENSE) PERCEPTIONOUR INTERPRETATION OF WHAT WE “SEE” OR “HEAR” (SENSE)
9May not be always ACCURATE PERCEPTIONMay not be always ACCURATE
10INTERPRETATION INPUT / STIMULUS Emotions Actions Thoughts How does perception work?In reality, we are subjected to various inputs and stimulus. These inputs are processed (interpreted) and result in subsequent action.The experience is different for everyone of us.EmotionsActionsThoughts
11You are responsible for your Thoughts and Behaviours PERCEPTIONYou are responsible for your Thoughts and Behaviours
12Differs from Person to Person PERCEPTIONDiffers from Person to Person
13PERCEPTION You are responsible for your Thoughts and Behaviours May not be always ACCURATEYou are responsible for your Thoughts and BehavioursDiffers from person to person
14If perception differs from person to person, what about our personality?
15Personality Inventory ThePersonality InventoryLEONARDThe LEONARD Personality Inventory is based on the most recent understanding of human behaviors – the Five Factor Model.
16OPENNESS ►Strengths ►Weaknesses likes to try new approaches, enjoys art, drama & appreciates beautycomes up with unusual ideas & does not like traditional ways of doing thingsis creative & has a strong imaginationtends to be curiousis inventive & flexible in solving problems►Weaknessestends to argue when ideas from others are perceived as low qualitylikes to breaks rules & finds it difficult to work in teamsis perceived as strange & is easily misunderstood by othersgets bored easily, always wants to do new things & can be too curious inquisitivetends to do own things
17NEUTRAL ►Strengths ► Weaknesses is a good listener, likes to support others and very concerned for the welfare of otherslikes to do things in a systematic way which others accept and is not pushylikes to have a relaxed friendly atmosphere to work bestlikes to follow than to lead and easily accepts others’ suggestions and ideasis a calm person and likes simplicity► Weaknessestends to give – in (compromise) with others to avoid confrontation and conflictslacks assertiveness and shrinks from difficult situationsworries easily and easily gets hurt by what others do or saylacks self – confidenceconstantly needs acceptance from others and others to saynice things to them
18ANALYTICAL ► Strengths ► Weaknesses prefers to be quiet, by themselves (reserved) and make friends carefullyis careful, precise and likes to have established procedures to followlikes information to be in black and whitethinks carefully before making decisions and does not liked to be rushed into making decisionsmakes changes only after careful planning► Weaknessesdoes not talk even when necessary and not willing to share feelings with othersmay be slow to respond to new ideas and may not flexibletends to impose (put) high standards on otherstends to feel anxious, worries easily & easily hurt by criticisms from otherstends to be indecisive & seen by others as slow
19RELATIONAL ► Weaknesses ► Strengths needs to always have attention is restless, always seeking for new fun – filled activitieseasily forgets and not careful when speakingtends to exaggerate (talks too much) and may over commit to impress othersmay be quite disorganized and often not punctual► Strengthsenjoys talking with others, makes friends easily and enjoys meeting peopleis cheerful, spontaneous (quick) and is a fun person to be withhas enthusiasm (motivated) and can be persuasiveis optimistic about life and is able to inspires otherslikes to have compliments and is well – liked by others
20DECISIVE ► Strengths ► Weaknesses is decisive, wants quick results and likes to take initiativegets things done on timelikes to have freedom & power (authority) to complete a joblikes to take risk, is confident of self and does not give up easilylikes to compete, loves challenges and likes to win► Weaknessescan be stubborn & insists on their waycan be impatient with people who are slow, gets easily irritated & may scold peopleseen by others as being proudmay be too aggressive and override others opinionmay be insensitive to the feelings of others