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  • 1. 1:49:38 AMPERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT 1

2. Personality is defined as the enduring personalcharacteristics of individuals. The term personality is derived from the Latinword persona, meaning the mask which the actorswore on the Greek and Roman stage to distinguishtheir roles and amplify their voices. Personality Development is the developing apersonality cult so as to create a strong positiveimpression about self with the targeted group, or ingeneral; and more pertinent aspect of suchpersonality is to maintain and prove in a long run.1:49:38 AM 2 3. FACTORS TO BECONSIDERED Leadership Interpersonal relations Communication in organization Stress management Group dynamics and team building Conflict management Performance appraisal Time management Motivation 1:49:38 AM3 4. LEADERSHIP Phenomenon of one person influencingthe thinking or action or both ofanother person or groups of persons One should identify where his/her predominant leadership skill lie and as far as possible try to seek tasks which are in tune with them.1:49:38 AM4 5. Categories of leadersBased on functions they perform: Initiation and structuring, highly motivated self starters.1.EntrepreneurialNo is not an answer. Build organization ( trade unions, hospitals, schools etc.) In charge of running an organization.2.Administrative Plan, organize, staff, direct and control. Environmental scanning and do SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats)3.PoliticalRepresenting a group Ad hoc appears when problem crops up. 1:49:38 AM 5 6. ContBased on how a leader performs his/her tasks: mode of decision making; manner of implementation1. Autocratic2. Democratic3. Laissez faire (free rein ) LEADER AND FOLLOWERRELATION 1:49:38 AM 6 7. INTERPERSONALRELATIONSIrrespective of your level, you have to interact with others- peers, superiors and subordinates.TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS is a tool and a complete theory of personality, containing techniques of psychotherapy for personal and social growth. Concerns with understanding verbal and non verbal communication b/w people.STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS EGO STATES. PARENT EGO CHILD EGO ADULT EGO1:49:38 AM7 8. COMMUNICATION INORGANIZATION WHO SAYS WHAT AND WHY TO WHOM THROUGH WHICH CHANNEL WITH WHAT EFFECT ABCs- attractiveness, brevity, clarity. Effective, efficient, creative and productive. Categories: Effective and impressive Effective and unimpressive Ineffective but impressive Ineffective and unimpressive1:49:38 AM8 9. READING MAKE A FULLMAN, WRITING AN EXACTMAN AND CONFERENCE AREADY MAN Communication skills can be improved by: Listening speaking1:49:38 AM9 10. STRESSMANAGEMENT A persons adaptive response to a stimulus that places excessive psychological or physical demands on that person. COST OF STRESS8060BILLION $4020 0 lose of work heart disease illness AMERICA75 3035 BRITAIN 5024 40 RUSSIA 46.5 27 331:49:38 AM10 11. Sources of job stress1. Job characteristicsRole ambiguityRole overloadRole under loadRole conflict2. Interpersonal relationshipsAmount of contact with othersAmount of contact with people in other departmentOrganizational climatePersonal factors 1:49:38 AM 11 12. Consequences of job stress1. Physical health2. Psychological3. PerformanceCoping with4. Decision job stress making 1.Work focused 2.Emotion focused 1:49:38 AM12 13. GROUP DYNAMICSAND TEAM BUILDING Existence of group influence the behavior of individualsin organization. Types: formal and informal The leader has to possess required knowledge and skillsand exhibit the right attitudes to facilitate group taskachievement.Group processes issues: Cohesiveness Norms Decision making in groups Intragroup relations in a work team Intergroup relations in organization 1:49:38 AM13 14. CONFLICTMANAGEMENT Essence of conflict seems to be disagreement, contradiction, or incompatibility.Goal conflictTypes : Cognitive conflictAffective conflict1. Intrapersonal ( within an individual)2. Interpersonal ( between individuals)3. Intergroup ( between groups)4. Intra organizational ( within organization)1:49:38 AM14 15. PERFORMANCEAPPRAISAL Formal process determined by the performance. Absolute standards Relative standards Objectives1:49:38 AM15 16. TIME MANAGEMENT Controlling the use of your most valuable resource and refuse excessive workloads. Effective Efficient Effortless Absence- last minute rushes to meet deadlines.1:49:38 AM16 17. MOTIVATION Motivation represents an unsatisfied need which creates a state of tension or disequilibrium, causing the individual to move in a goal directed pattern towards restoring a state of equilibrium, by satisfying the needMASLOWS HIERARCHY1. Physiological needs2. Security and safety needs3. Love and social needs4. Esteem needs5. Self-actualization needs1:49:38 AM 17 18. Strong negative aspects tospoil personality: Hurting attitude Unhygienic Useless approach Non-beneficial communicationUntrustworthy, Irresponsible, Lack ofintegrity Below average performance Powerless egoism Financial indiscipline Mismanagements Uncontrolled burst of negative emotions. 1:49:38 AM18 19. PersonalityDevelopment Tips: Appearance Intelligence Smartness Trustworthy, High integrity andResponsibility Knowledge, in depth Management Effective Communication & Efficiency Economic independence Morality/Character Being beneficial/advantageous 1:49:38 AM19 20. THANK YOU Re f e re nce : Chandan, J.S., O rg anizatio nal Be hav io r. Vikas Publishing Ho use PVT LTD 1994 Statt, D .A. Using Psy cho lo g y in Manag e me nt Training , Tay lo r and Francis Inc.2000 Arno ld , JHC Fe ldman, D .C. O rg anizatio nal Be hav io ur IRWIN/M cG RA W - H I LL 1986 Luthans F, O rg anisatio nal Be hav io ur, IRWIN/ M cG R A W - H IL L 1998. 1:49:38 AM20