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Different types of Personality Traits

Group Presentation By:


Amita Malhotra Ankita Nagpal Ayush Gupta Esha Malhotra Arvind Prem

The Big five personality Model


The resulting four emotionally stable traits of a nurturing personality can be characterized as:

Agreeableness:

It refers to how individuals relate with others and how considerate they are of their feelings and opinions Agreeable people see others as mostly honest and trustworthy; they are straightforward and frank; willing to help out; yielding rather than aggressive in conflict; modest and unpretentious; and caring, nurturing, and supportive.

The Big five personality traits

Extraversion

It is characterized as outgoing, gregarious, physically active, charming, and socially dominant. Extraverted individuals seek out excitement and are readily engaged in new activities. They tend to assume leadership roles, especially in leadership vacuums when nobody else wants to take charge.

The Big five personality traits

Openness to New Experiences

People who are open to new experiences are flexible and broadminded. They are creative, imaginative and intellectual. They like to try new options, seek out variety, and find emotional rewards in learning and developing new ideas. They avoid situations that are highly structured, rigid, or controlled.

The Big five personality traits


Conscientiousness

Conscientious people are goal-oriented and get things done. They are dependable, on-time, well-organized, deliberate, methodical, focused, and efficient. Since they are rule-oriented, they avoid disorder and impulsive behavior.

The Big five personality traits


Neuroticism

It is a fundamental personality trait in the study of psychology. It is an enduring tendency to experience negative emotional states. Individuals who score high on neuroticism are more likely than the average to experience such feelings as anxiety, anger, guilt, and depressed mood.

Types of personalities:
Healthy and Nurturing Defective

Healthy and Nurturing Personality

Who has a healthy and nurturing personality? Individuals who


Have an attitude of support, stability, and acceptance of others Seeks to sustain relationships by fostering feelings of respect and courtesy, and they enjoy providing emotional support to others. Have nurturing personality traits such as empathy, sensitivity, and understanding. Have a genuine sense of responsibility, and they feel satisfied with themselves.

Healthy and Nurturing Personality At workplace


A healthy and nurtured Manager will listen to positive commands in the right manner. For Example:

Being Perfect:
A healthy nurturing personality will always try to improve itself but will never be obsessed with it.

Pleasing Everyone:

A healthy nurturing personality understands that is practically impossible to please everyone but at the same time they try to maintain cordial relations with everyone. At instances they can say NO to people firmly but politely

Healthy and Nurturing Personality


Hurrying Up:

A healthy nurturing personality manages its time well and take up one job at a time.

They understand that there is no use of hurrying up as it leads to unnecessary tension and the quality of work also suffers.

Trying Hard:

This is about converting your efforts into tangible or intangible results. A healthy and nurturing personality will go for realistic targets.

Healthy and Nurturing Personality


Being Strong:

A healthy nurturing personality knows what emotions are to be concealed and what are to be expressed.

Generally emotions should not be suppressed as they can lead to psychosomatic disorders.

Defective Personality
Defective personality individuals are emotionally unstable with respect to the four positive traits:

Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, Openness to new experiences, and Extraversion.


We can label these people as follows:

Passive

This trait represents extreme lack of Extraversion. Passive people would see confrontation and rejection as threats; they do not stand up for their views.

Defective Personality
Headstrong

This trait represents extreme lack of Agreeableness Headstrong people see loss of influence and control as threats and handle them with confrontation They lack interpersonal skills

Defective Personality
Rigid

This trait represents extreme lack of Openness Rigid people see change, uncertainty, and disorder as a threat Often they lack the skills to adapt to new situations They handle perceived threats to predictability by adhering to rules and structure

Distractible
This

is the extreme lack of Conscientiousness

Distractible

people lack the skills to get organized and disciplined. They are threatened by excessive structure.

Defective Personality
A defective personality generally becomes so obsessed with drivers that positive commands turns out to be negative commands for them. Thus these drivers play the role of stoppers also called injunctions.

For Example: Being Perfect

A defective personality would be always a guilty conscious of being not perfect.

The feelings can go to an extent that they feel themselves totally worthless and useless.

Defective Personality
Hurrying Up

A defective personality always tries to finish all the work in the minimum time and thus they set unrealistic goals. In order to achieve these unrealistic targets they hurry up and start many jobs simultaneously and end up in doing no job even up to bare minimum expectations and not even the stipulated time. These factors may generate unnecessary anxiety in them

Pleasing Everyone:

A defective personality always feels dejected for not being able to please everyone and continuously accuses itself.
The results could vary from that they start remaining aloof to a quarreling nature.

Defective Personality
Being Strong:

A defective personality will never be intimate to anyone because of the fear of showing their emotions.

There EQ being less they dont know when to suppress their emotions and when to express.
At times they could be too emotional and sometimes they may suppress their emotions to an extent that it can lead to psychosomatic disorders.

Defective Personality
Trying Hard:

This kind of attitude too is related with setting of unrealistic goals and defective personality people try hard to achieve them and at the end of the day feel dejected for not achieving them.

Sometimes this feeling grows to level that they feel committing suicide.