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TBWF Business Summit 2012: Aligning Work-life to Personality Profile

TBWF Business Summit 2012: Aligning Work-life to Personality Profile

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Insight into the DISC Personality Profiling, Linking Talents and Purpose, Self Discovery through daily activities and more...
Insight into the DISC Personality Profiling, Linking Talents and Purpose, Self Discovery through daily activities and more...

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Oluyide Falusi

WIIFM
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At the end of these sessions Participants should be able to:
1. Pick useful and practical tips for self-discovery & actualization. 2. Pick useful tips for people and human resources management.

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Content
Introduction
In Search of Meaning & Fulfilment!

The Strength Paradigm DISC Personality Profiling
Model, Dimension & Intensity Index Classical Profile Pattern

Knowing is not Enough

Content
Introduction
In Search of Meaning & Fulfilment!

The Strength Paradigm
Educational System

DISC Personality Profiling
Model, Dimension & Intensity Index Classical Profile Pattern

Knowing is not Enough

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Content
Introduction
In Search of Meaning & Fulfilment!

The Strength Paradigm
Educational System

DISC Personality Profiling
Model, Dimension & Intensity Index Classical Profile Pattern

Knowing is not Enough

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Myths Busting

Myth 2
You will grow the most in your areas of greatest weakness.

Truth

You will grow the most in your areas of greatest strengths.

Myth 1

As you grow, your personality changes

Truth

As you grow, you become more of who you already are.

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Content
Introduction
In Search of Meaning & Fulfilment!

The Strength Paradigm
Educational System

DISC Personality Profiling
Model, Dimension & Intensity Index Classical Profile Pattern

Knowing is not Enough

DISC Model

DISC Model

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DISC Dimension

DISC Dimension

DISC Dimension

D=Dominance I=Influence C=Conscientiousness
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DISC Dimension

DISC Intensity Index

DISC Intensity Index

S=Steadiness
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DISC Classical Profile Pattern
1. Achiever 2. Agent 3. Appraiser 4. Counselor 5. Creative 6. Developer 7. Inspirational 8. Investigator 9. Objective Thinker 10. Perfectionist 11. Persuader 12. Practitioner 13. Promoter 14. Result-Oriented 15. Specialist

DISC Classical Profile Pattern

DISC Profile, Inclinations & Population
1. Ally 2. Architect 3. Coach 4. Detective 5. Diplomat 6. Entrepreneur 7. Expert 8. Innovator 9. Mobilizer 10. Motivator 11. Opportunist 12. Researcher 13. Sponsor 14. Strategist 05% 13% 09% 09% 09% 07% 06% 03% 03% 13% 02% 04% 16% 01%

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Content
Introduction
In Search of Meaning & Fulfilment!

The Strength Paradigm
Educational System

DISC Personality Profiling
Model, Dimension & Intensity Index Classical Profile Pattern

Knowing is not Enough!

Strengths & Weakness Strengths
Talents Skills Knowledge

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Capture
I Love
I feel strong

I Hate
I feel weak

Clarify
1. 2. 3. 4. Does it matter why I do this activity? Does it matter who I do this activity with/to/for? Does it matter when I am doing this activity? Does it matter what this activity is about?

Confirm S I G N

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Success

Instincts
Growth Needs

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U C C E S S
1. 2. I have been tremendously successful at this type of activity. Other people often tell me I have a gift for this type of activity. I have been given prizes or recognition for doing this type of activity.

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N S T I N C T
4. I do this type of activity every day 5. I often find myself volunteering for this type of activity

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This type of activity is a “gut reaction” to me

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G
R O T H
7. 8. 9. I pick up this type of activity quickly. I find myself thinking about this type of activity every day I can’t wait to learn new techniques for doing this activity

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E E D S
10. I always look forward to doing this type of activity 11. It’s fun for me to think back to when I was doing this type of activity 12. Doing this type of activity is one of my greatest personal satisfactions

Strong Weekly Plan

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Deliberate Practice

10,000
Talent is Overrated
Goff Colvin

Panic Zone

Learning Zone

Success is 10% aspiration & 90% perspiration
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Actively Designed Repeatable Feedback is available Highly demanding mentally It is not fun

Comfort Zone

Direct Practice Models
1. Music 2. Chess 3. Sport

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The RUN AROUND DILEMMA
Because we don’t know what is important everything seem important Because everything is important then we have to do everything Other people unfortunately see us as doing everything So they expect us to do everything But doing everything keep us so busy that we don’t have time to really think about what is important to us Anonymous

the RIGHT People inmostright PLACE, DOING People are the the important asset… the right things are the most important asset…

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08034417112; 07026495055; 08027338802
oluyide@patsway.co ; patswayconsulting@gmail.com

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