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Copy of True Colors

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Green
True Colors
Orange, Blue, Gold or Green--
which color are you?

Purpose
None of us fit into just one color category- we tend to have preference towards one color and also have traits of secondary colors
Activity &
Reflection
Activity
Identifying your personality type, leadership, learning and work style.
Gold

Identify your personality style, work style through preferences

Recognize your strengths and weaknesses

Understand your color at work and school

Understand behaviors and motivations of yourself and others

Build positive and satisfying relationships and teams
range
Traits
Action Oriented
Spontaneous
Risk-taker
Performs well under pressure
Performer
Take Charge
Bold
Enjoys competition
Energetic
Enjoy hands-on activities
Turns work into game to make it fun
BLUE
Traits
Seeks unity and harmony
Care taker
People Person
Engages others
Intuitive
Romantic
Artistic
Inspirational
Cooperative and collaborative
Traits
Inventive
Systematic
Logical
Intellectual
Improvement oriented
Explores all possibilities before deciding
Checks for accuracy
Fact oriented and technical
Might be computer savvy
Good Memory
Famous 'Blues'
Mahatma Ganhdi
Mozart
Dorthy (Wizard of Oz)
Emily Dickenson
Piglet (Winnie the Pooh)
Martin Luther King Jr.
Oprah
Traits
Respects Authority
Likes Routine
Prepared
Dependable
Work before play
Orderly
Practical
Values traditions that work
Evaluates actions as right or wrong
Famous 'Golds'
Famous 'Oranges'
JFK
Tigger
Lucille Ball
Elvis Presley
Garfield
Bugs Bunny
Donald Trump
Bart Simpson
Amelia Earhart
Famous 'Greens'
Carl Jung
Thomas Edison
Sherlock Holmes
Benjamin Franklin
Frank Loyd Wright
Dwight Eisenhower
Marie Curie
Steve Jobs
Bill Gates
Einstein
Henry Ford
George Washington
Mr. Rogers
Rabbit (Winnie the Pooh)
Barbra Walters
Hermione Granger (Harry Potter)
Mother Teresa
Group into your color category
Write 5 of your strengths as a group
Write 5 things you find challenging (or what you might consider your weaknesses)

* Consider your strengths and weaknesses when you're at work, when you're on a team, or even in class
At Work:

I am bored and restless with jobs that are routine and structured
I am satisfied in careers that allow me independence and freedom, while utilizing my physical coordination
I am a natural performer
Leadership Style
Expects quick action
Works in the here and now
Performance oriented
Flexible approach
Welcomes change
Expects people to make it fun
At Work:
I have a strong desire to influence others so they may lead more significant lives
I often work in the arts, communication, education and helping professions
I am adept at motivating and interacting with others
Leadership Style:
Expects others to express views
Assumes "family spirit"
Works to develop others' potential
Democratic, unstructured approach
Encourages change via human potential
Expects people to develop to their potential
At Work:
I am a conceptual and independent thinking.
For me, work is play
I am drawn to constant challenges in careers, and like to develop models, explore ideas that satisfy by need to deal with innovation
Once I have perfected an idea, I prefer to move on, leaving the project to be maintained and supported by others
Leadership Style:
Expects intelligence and competence
Assumes task relevancy
Seeks ways to improve systems
Visionary
Analytical
Encourages change for improvement
Constantly 'in process' of change
Expects people to follow through
At Work:
I provide stability and can maintain organization
My ability to handle details and to work hard makes me the backbone of many organizations
I believe that work comes before play, even if I must work overtime to complete the task
Leadership Style:
Expects punctuality, order, loyalty
Assumes 'right way' to do things
Seldom questions tradition
Rules oriented
Detailed/ thorough approach
threatened by change
prolonged time to initiate change
Expects people to 'play' their roles
Resources:
http://www.lonestar.edu/departments/studentactivities/True_Colors_Exploring_Leadership_Styles.pdf

Quiz provided by: http://medicine.tamhsc.edu/audiences/faculty-staff/resource-team/meetings/docs/2011/jun-retreat/true-colors-test.pdf

http://herizoncoaching.ca/personality-dimensions/
Outcomes
Understand yourself and your leadership style
Learn traits and dimensions of other people
Enhance your team/group communication and understanding of each other
We all show traits of each color
Use each other's strengths
True Colors Assessment

•Rank each set of word clusters in each row from 1 to 4
•Once you have them ranked, total your answers at the bottom.
•The color with the highest score is your primary color
•The color with the second highest score is your secondary color
•If you have a tie for either, choose the one with which you most identify
Example
3
2
4
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Colors
Blue:
People Oriented
Green:
Independent thinkers
Orange:
Action Oriented
Gold:
Pragmatic Planners
If I do not want what you want, please try not to tell me that my want is
wrong.
Or if I believe other than you, at least pause before you correct my view.
Or if my emotion is less than yours, or more, given the same
circumstances, try not to ask me to feel more strongly or weakly.
Or yet if I act, or fail to act, in the manner of your design for action, let me
be.
I do not, for the moment at least, ask you to understand me. That will come
only when you are willing to give up changing me into a copy of you.
I may be your parent, your friend, or your colleague. If you will allow me
any of my own wants, or emotions, or beliefs, or actions, then you open
yourself, so that some day these ways of mine might not seem so wrong,
and might finally appear to you as right – for me. To put up with me is the
first step to understanding me. Not that you embrace my ways as right for
you, but that you are no longer irritated or disappointed with me for my
seeming waywardness. And in understanding me you might come to prize
my differences from you, and, far from seeking to change me, preserve and
even nurture those differences because you value what they bring to our
relationship and our team.
DIFFERENT DRUMMERS
Excerpted and adapted from Please Understand Me II
Copyright © 1998 by David Keirsey
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