Presentation on personality: By : VISHAL, MEHAK, SAHIL, ABHIMANYU, NITISH& AZAR. Dept. of Management Studies SEMESTER-1 Presentation on personality What is PERSONALITY ?: Characteristic patterns of thoughts. Feelings, and Behaviors, that make a person unique. Personality arises from within the individual and remains fairly consistent throughout life. What is PERSONALITY ? PERSONALITY THEORIES: The most logical grouping of Personality theories seems to be:- Psychoanalytic Theory. Socio-psychological Theory. Trait Theory. Self Theory. PERSONALITY THEORIES PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORY: This Theory is based on the notion that man is motivated more by the unseen forces than he is controlled by the conscious and rational thought. Clinical techniques were used by “FREUD” primarily to develop psychoanalytic theory and, the finding led him to conclude that the major motivating force in man was unconscious framework. Framework contains three aspects, they are:- The Id-Instinct satisfaction. The Ego The Super Ego Socio-psychological Theory:- PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORY TRAIT THEORY: The Two Assumptions of this theory are:- Common to many individual and vary in absolute amounts between individuals. Relatively stable and exert fairly universal effects on behavior regardless of the environmental situation. TRAIT THEORY SELF THEORY: This theory consists of four factors are as follows:- Self-Image – the way one see oneself. Ideal- Self – denotes the way one would like to be. Looking glass-self – perception of a person about how others are perceiving his qualities and characteristics. Real-self – What one really is. SELF THEORY PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT: “ Personality Development is a tool which bring out our capabilities and our strengths making ourselves aware of our inner self and become more confident to face the outside world ”. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT It is a continuous process. It starts since the child is in fetal stage. After birth, the child develops and learns and this continues throughout life. It can be seen through different stages of age of an individual. The different stages are:- 1. Freudian stages. 2.Neo-freudian stages. : It is a continuous process. It starts since the child is in fetal stage. A fter birth, the child develops and learns and this continues throughout life. It can be seen through different stages of age of an individual. The different stages are:- 1. Freudian stages. 2.Neo-freudian stages. Freudian Stages: Acc. to Freud, personality develops as a result of interaction of four main sources of stress. These are physical growth process, frustration, conflicts, and threats. These sources affects differently at each stage of the life of a person. These stages are: Oral Stage – (birth to 18 months) Anal Stage – (18 months to 3 years) Phallic Stage – (3 TO 7 years) Latency Stage – (7 to 12 years) Genital Stage – (12 to 20 years) Freudian Stages NEO-FREUDIAN THEORY: NEO-FREUDIAN THEORY Oral Sensory stage (0-1) Mascular anal stage (1-2) Locomotor genital stage (3-5) Latency stage (6-puberty) Puberty & adolescence (12-19) Early adulthood (E-20s) Young & Middle adulthood (Late-20s) Mature Adulthood (30s) Trust vs. Mistrust Autonomy vs. doubt Initiative vs. Guilt Industry vs. Inferiority Identity vs. confusion Intimacy vs. Isolation Generativity vs. stagnation Integrity vs. Despair Determinants of Personality: Determinants of Personality PowerPoint Presentation: Biological factors:- Heredity. Brain. Physical Features. Family & Social Factors:- Home environment. Family Members. Social Groups. Cultural Factors:- Situational Factors:- PowerPoint Presentation: PERSONALITY MEASUREMENT Projective Method:- Rorschach ink Block Test. Thematic Apperception Test. Personality Method. Interview Method. Case history Method. Observation Method. PowerPoint Presentation: Personality trait affecting behavior The main big five Personality traits are:- Agreeableness Conscientionness Negative emotionality Extroversion Openness PowerPoint Presentation:
Organizational Application of Personality Matching jobs & individual. Designing
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