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1Based on a book by Lori Randall What Shoe Are You?Based on a book by Lori Randall
2The Four Temperaments & Personality Tests This division of personalities into 4 types has existed since Biblical times.Examples include:Ezekiel (590BC): Ox – Man – Lion – EaglePlato (340BC): Artistic – Sensible – Intuitive - ReasoningCarl Jung: Introverted – Sensing – Thinking – JudgingDavid Kiersey: Guardian – Idealists – Rationals - ArtisansTrue Colors: Gold – Green – Blue – OrangeMerrill – Reid: Analytic – Amiable - Driver – ExpressiveNo perspective is ever completely accurate and reliable. The more perspectives we have, then the more clearly we see and understand ourselves and others.
3Why it’s Important to Understand Your Temperament (and Others): Build stronger relationships by identifying strengths and weaknesses in themselves and others.Connect with each Temperament quickly and efficiently while reducing the possibility of misunderstanding and angry encounters that cause members to fade away. Understand that not everyone thinks or acts just like them. Once they learn how to adapt to and interact with the different personalities of their customers and those within the organization production will soar.
4Why it’s Important to Understand Your Temperament (and Others): Discover how to reduce tension, virtually eliminate issues, concerns and objections by learning what motivates each of the temperaments Build camaraderie in a team that literally marches to the beat of four different drummers.
5What Shoe are You? By Lori Randall Lori Randall, former Mrs. Oklahoma 2002 and Mrs. Christian World 2005Currently lives in Meeker, OKHas taught this seminar to a variety of groups
6Let’s Find Out! What Shoe are You? Clown Shoe Business Shoe House Shoe Combat BootLet’s Find Out!
7THE CLOWN SHOE Basic desire: to have fun Greatest need: attention/approvalClothing clues: flashyBody language: large arm movements, hugsLikes: fame, compliments, meeting new peopleDislikes: no recognition, no audience, organizationEncourage by: being their audience
8THE BUSINESS SHOE Basic desire: perfection Greatest need: order/sensitivityClothing clues: tailored, understatedBody language: poised, gracefulLikes: organization, using their talentsDislikes: loose ends, ill-prepared peopleEncourage by: complimenting them and trying to bring order to chaos
9THE COMBAT BOOT Basic desire: control Greatest need: achievement Clothing clues: power suits in power colorsBody language: pointing, purposeful walkingLikes: power, proving they’re rightDislikes: saying they’re wrong, small talkEncourage by: give them control and let them lead
10THE HOUSE SHOE Basic desire: peace Greatest need: respect, self-worth Clothing clues: comfort above fashionBody language: leaning, relaxed, slowLikes: routine, rest & relaxation, blending inDislikes: pressure to perform, rigid schedulesEncourage by: giving them a peaceful atmosphere. Let them know you value their opinion.
11What do you need to be happy? What makes you feel successful?What kinds of things scare or worry you?How do you feel about rules?
12Getting Along with the Clown Shoe Remember that they need to say things out loud.Don’t expect them to be on time.Laugh and play with them.Be their audience.Loosen your organizational standards.Remember that they are not strong finishers.Give them approval.
13GETTING ALONG WITH THE BUSINESS SHOE Remember they are introverts.Become more detailed and tidy.Don’t spring things on them. Give them plenty of notice and a specific due date.They live in a continual state of perceived failure (because they like to be perfect) so give them the praise they deserve.No harsh kidding. It hurts their feelings because they are trying to be perfect.
14Getting Along with the Combat Boot They are extroverts and will speak their thoughts aloud.Pick your battles carefully. They like to argue and they need to win.Get to the point and don’t take offense when they say “is this story going somewhere?”Get moving or get out of their way.Don’t be overly sensitive to their words or actions.Ask them advice.Show appreciation for their leadership skills.
15GETTING ALONG WITH THE HOUSE SHOE Remember they are introverts. They are pretty shy.They may not have a lot of self-motivation, so could often use a gentle push.Prepare to give them a little extra time. Phrases like “get a move on” seldom help the process.Find someone else to argue with. They don’t want to get involved.Don’t push them to take a public stance.Loosen your tidiness standards.
16Life is a tranquil journey. TheClownShoeThe Business ShoeLife is a work of perfection.Life is a circus.The House ShoeTHE COMBAT BOOTTHE COMBAT BOOTLife is a tranquil journey.Life is a mighty conquest.