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2 Uses four colors to identify four distinct Uses four colors to identify four distinct perspectives and personalities perspectives and personalities Most of us have a dominant color with Most of us have a dominant color with shades of the other three colors (our color shades of the other three colors (our color spectrum) spectrum) Recognizing your personality preference will enable you to respond more appropriately and Recognizing your personality preference will enable you to respond more appropriately and concisely in various settings

3 Color Observation - Picture side up, set all 4 cards side by side. Select the best card that represents you and the things you prefer to do. Stack all cards from most like you to least like you.

4 GoldGreenBlueOrange Step Step 2 Step 3 Total

5 Evaluate Preference Turn cards to side with bordered colors. Re- order your preference based solely on what you read.

6 GoldGreenBlueOrange Step Step Step 3 Total

7 Preference Survey Turn to page 6 and complete the Preference survey. You will score from 4 to 1.

8 GoldGreenBlueOrange Step Step Step 3D 16B 29C 23A 32 Total

9 Identify Your Preference Total each column on page 7.

10 GoldGreenBlueOrange Step Step Step 3D 16B 29C 23A 32 Total

11 85% of US Military – Green/Gold LR

12 Form groups by brightest color Form groups by brightest color Brainstorm as a group identifying your ideal workplace and/or joys, values, strengths, needs Brainstorm as a group identifying your ideal workplace and/or joys, values, strengths, needs Capture your ideas on paper Capture your ideas on paper Each group will present to the group Each group will present to the group

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14 Green Traits Problem solver/Innovative Problem solver/Innovative “Why” mentality “Why” mentality Abstract, theoretical & conceptual Abstract, theoretical & conceptual Global thinker – will look for big picture Global thinker – will look for big picture Standard setter – visionary, futuristic, inventor Standard setter – visionary, futuristic, inventor Cool, calm, collected Cool, calm, collected Intellectual/Witty/Enjoy Word Puns & Dark Humor Intellectual/Witty/Enjoy Word Puns & Dark Humor Work is play and play is work Work is play and play is work Need for independence and private time Need for independence and private time Driven by competence Driven by competence Perfectionist Perfectionist Analytical Analytical Approaches interpersonal relationships in a logical Approaches interpersonal relationships in a logical manner manner

15 Stressors for Bright Green Lack of recognition of their ability Lack of recognition of their ability Elaborate use of adjectives Elaborate use of adjectives Not being in charge Not being in charge Lack of independence Lack of independence Subjective judgment Subjective judgment Emotional displays Emotional displays Incompetence Incompetence Small talk Small talk Routine Routine Social functions Social functions

16 Keys To Motivating Greens… Keys To Motivating Greens… Understand they express themselves through their ability Understand they express themselves through their ability to be competent in everything they do to be competent in everything they do Honor their need for privacy Honor their need for privacy Understand their necessity to question your knowledge Understand their necessity to question your knowledge or facts or facts Realize they too have feelings Realize they too have feelings Realize their stress comes from fear of appearing foolish Realize their stress comes from fear of appearing foolish Appreciate their varied interests Appreciate their varied interests Encourage & reward achievements by commenting on Encourage & reward achievements by commenting on their creativity, competence & ability their creativity, competence & ability Appreciate their need to be competent Appreciate their need to be competent Preserve their privacy to think & read Preserve their privacy to think & read Recognize their need for independence Recognize their need for independence

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18 Blue Traits Friendly Friendly Helpful Helpful Express emotion Express emotion Optimistic Optimistic Foster harmony Foster harmony Empathetic Empathetic Take time to relate Take time to relate Creative Creative Indirect Indirect Read between the lines Read between the lines Personal Personal Polite & compassionate unless personal Polite & compassionate unless personal values are violated values are violated

19 Stressors for Bright Blue Broken promises and too much negativity Broken promises and too much negativity Not being involved and lack of social contact Not being involved and lack of social contact Too much conformity Too much conformity Clock watching Clock watching Being compared to others Being compared to others Conflict Conflict Lying Lying Rejection Rejection Insincerity Insincerity Completing paperwork as priority Completing paperwork as priority Placing the “system” before people Placing the “system” before people

20 Keys To Motivating Blues… Keys To Motivating Blues… Acknowledge them before diving in Acknowledge them before diving in Recognize their need to contribute, include them Recognize their need to contribute, include them Show appreciation Show appreciation Be open and responsive Be open and responsive Realize stress comes from disharmony Realize stress comes from disharmony Help them more after a setback Help them more after a setback Pay attention to congruency in body language Pay attention to congruency in body language Have patience, listen for feelings Have patience, listen for feelings Let them share what they know Let them share what they know Hear them out Hear them out Be tactful when offering feedback Be tactful when offering feedback

21 Green & Blue Opposites in temperament Opposites in temperament What would it be like working with your opposite? What would it be like working with your opposite? Similar in the way they collect data, Similar in the way they collect data, Intuitive Intuitive – Look at big picture – Focus on relationships & connections between facts – Want to grasp patterns – Especially attuned to facts

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23 Gold Traits Gold Traits Communicate in writing Communicate in writing Purposeful Purposeful Task focused Task focused Appropriate Appropriate Loyal Loyal Predictable Predictable Chronological Chronological Detail orientated Detail orientated Status quo – speak of how “It has always been” Status quo – speak of how “It has always been” Make judgments – right or wrong Make judgments – right or wrong Need closure Need closure Accountable Accountable

24 Stressors for Bright Gold Stressors for Bright Gold Incomplete tasks Incomplete tasks Disorganization Disorganization Irresponsibility Irresponsibility Changing details Changing details Lack of direction Lack of direction Ambiguous tasks Ambiguous tasks Waste Waste Non-Conformity Non-Conformity Lack of structure Lack of structure Haphazard attitude Haphazard attitude Too many things going on at once Too many things going on at once People who don’t follow through People who don’t follow through

25 Keys To Motivating Bright Golds… Keys To Motivating Bright Golds… Be specific, do some reasonable planning Be specific, do some reasonable planning Outline priorities Outline priorities Don’t interrupt Don’t interrupt Apologize when appropriate Apologize when appropriate Appeal to strong sense or “right” & “wrong” Appeal to strong sense or “right” & “wrong” Stay on task or target Stay on task or target Praise their responsible actions & hard work Praise their responsible actions & hard work Acknowledge their stability, recognize contributions Acknowledge their stability, recognize contributions Be punctual Be punctual Offer to help so they don’t feel the need to “do it all” Offer to help so they don’t feel the need to “do it all” Follow through on commitments Follow through on commitments Save surprises or novelty Save surprises or novelty

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27 Orange Traits Confident Confident Loud Loud Casual Casual Speak in the moment Speak in the moment “Now” orientated “Now” orientated Quick & Brief Quick & Brief Straightforward Straightforward In motion In motion Flexible Flexible Varied Varied Involved Involved

28 Too much responsibility Too much responsibility Rules & regulations Rules & regulations Being stuck at a desk Being stuck at a desk Abstract concepts Abstract concepts Reading manuals Reading manuals Imposed structure Imposed structure Repetition and routine Repetition and routine Personal criticism Personal criticism Deadlines Deadlines Inactivity Inactivity Following detailed directions Following detailed directions Lack of Fun and lack of variety Lack of Fun and lack of variety Stressors for Bright Orange

29 Keys To Motivating Bright Oranges… Keys To Motivating Bright Oranges… Recognize the need for freedom Recognize the need for freedom Value playfulness Value playfulness Realize stress comes from lack of excitement Realize stress comes from lack of excitement Building fun into activities Building fun into activities Praise their skills Praise their skills Encourage them to take action, match their speed Encourage them to take action, match their speed Be direct & to the point Be direct & to the point Appreciate their flair, recognize contributions Appreciate their flair, recognize contributions Move with them Move with them Give them an audience Give them an audience Offer options Offer options Make it a challenge Make it a challenge

30 Opposites in temperament, how they Opposites in temperament, how they process information process information What would it be like to work with your opposite? What would it be like to work with your opposite? Similar in how they collect information, Similar in how they collect information, Sensing Sensing – Take in information that is real & tangible – Observant about the specifics of what is going on around them – Observe and remember specifics Gold & Orange

31 Self Assessment – Page 15

32 CADB E I Extroverted Introverted 13 17

33 - Listening Behavior - Typically Golds and Greens - Like quiet time - Rather think a plan completely through before speaking on the subject before speaking on the subject - “Recharged” Internally

34 - Talkative behavior - Typically Oranges and Blues - Life is for talking about & people are for talking to talking to - Likely to formulate your plans & ideas out loud as they are coming to you loud as they are coming to you - “Recharged” by People

35 Typical Blue Occupations  Blues enjoy jobs that allow them to concentrate on people and relationships.  Drawn towards occupations that focus on service and the health and welfare of other people.  Work best in warm, supportive, harmonious environments where workers are free to cooperate and communicate with each other.  Imaginative, enthusiastic, and concerned about the personal welfare of those around them.  Dislike competition, conflict, bureaucracy, and domineering authority figures.  Promote creativity, flexibility, individuality, and personal expression.

36 Blue Workers  Are authentic and caring  See the good and visualize the possibilities  Use uplifting, enthusiastic communications  Add value by keeping you (and others) close  Create highly individualized workspaces  Need a pat on the back  Size up situations by what has gone before  Adjust to accommodate individual needs  Make decisions using empathy and personal values  Are sensitive and idealistic

37 Typical Gold Occupations  Prefer jobs that allow them to be thorough, accurate, and systematic.  Prefer to work in situations where they can see a job through to the end, and then touch and feel the results.  Practical, efficient, and cooperative workers that respect authority, discipline, and punctuality.  Want to work in environments that are traditional, structured, orderly, and filled with other hard-working people.  Have a compelling need to follow established procedures and routines, and do things the “right” way.  Stable, honest, and dependable workers who generally put the needs of the company above their own.

38 Gold Workers  Work to serve; serve to work  Are fastidious, protective, dependable  Stabililize, reinforce, improve by increments  Honor performance and service in team-building ways  Find it easier to criticize than reward  Organize contagiously  Have as their credo: “In plans we trust”  Need timelines, deadlines, measurements  Hate last-minute hurries  Give attention to the little stuff

39 Typical Green Occupations  Driven towards work that involves an analytical and creative focus.  Visionary and independent workers who can tune out the world as they work on things that capture their interest.  Most productive when they can perfect an idea, then move on and leave the project to be maintained and supported by others.  Work well with complex strategies, abstract concepts, and theoretical models.  Prefer a work environment with minimal structure and little bureaucracy.  Don’t mind taking risks in order to test their innovative ideas.  Biggest asset is their drive to be competent, logical and accurate.

40 Green Workers  Crave competency; thirst for knowledge  Are “idea people”  Lust for mental challenges and things to learn  Seek mental stimulation in their work  Start strongly, but may finish weakly, or not at all  Are often unaware of others’ feelings  Attracted and responsive to new ideas  Are objective to a fault  Ask a million questions  Need you to be precise

41 Typical Orange Occupations  Tackle their work with enthusiasm so they can quickly move on to other pursuits  Great at working under pressure and prefer to work on jobs that are lively, risky, and unpredictable  Grow restless with jobs that tie them down and limit their personal freedom  Straightforward, realistic, and practical workers who bring flair, energy, and excitement to the workplace  Talented, resourceful, skillful, and adaptable  Upbeat and sociable natures, usually present a positive image of themselves and their company  Action-oriented workers who know how to get the results they desire

42 Orange Workers  Need speed, action, freedom  Never borrow trouble  Can switch between options easily  Find nothing is too strange if it works  Are risk seeking  Call plays from the field  Have verbal meetings  Do the work, allow the structure to emerge from the process  Make it look easy  Set things up for the big finish

43 How to Enjoy Any Job  Every profession usually includes representative of every color Find a way to bring your own natural talents and skills to the job Choose a job inherently interesting Find jobs that are easy for you Do a job that advances a cause you believe in Do a job that contributes to the good of those you care about

44 QUESTIONS - COMMENTS LORI PASSMORE NSA BETHESDA FLEET AND FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER


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