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Color Outside the Lines

Rotary Youth Leaders Academy (RYLA) of District 7500 NJ USA
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Bryan O'Donnell

on 1 July 2018

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Transcript of Color Outside the Lines

Color Outside
the Lines

Bryan O'Donnell, Becca Riley, Krissy Horn and Rob Cowan
Directions for completing the assessment
5 rows of word clusters:
Treat each row and word cluster on the row separately

Identify the most relevant word clusters:
Rank the group of words on each row from 4 to 1. 4 = Word Cluster on row that describes you best. 1 = Word Cluster on row that describes you least.

Complete ranking for each row:
Each of the five rows should have a 4, 3, 2, and 1.
Next to each letter, place the number value you gave it when completing the survey and total your columns.
Primary Color:
The highest score - the kind of preferences, social style or personality you mainly operate in.
Shadow Color:
The lowest score - the kind of preferences, social styles or personality you will work harder to deal with and understand.
Interpreting the
results
How to score your assessment
Identify your tendencies
Learn to appreciate each color:
You will strengthen your own presence and connection to others.

Find the value of your shadow color:
It will foster your ability to work through difficulties and remain harmonious with others.
Value our differences
Each of these preferences are present in EVERYONE'S personality.

We tend to operate in higher DEGREES of other preferences than our primary ones - depending on fun, stress, relaxation, and sickness.
REMEMBER:
Get to know the colors
In your groups, discuss the following questions about your preferences:
Did you complete the assessment based on how you act at home, work or at school?
Which characteristics do you identify with most?
Whats your shadow color and why?
What are your greatest strengths?
What motivates you to work harder?
Blue's Clues
You might want to value their...
Unique
contributions
Personal
achievements
Personal
characteristics
that are valued and meaningful
Honesty and
sincerity
Loving
touch
Contributions
to the group/organization
How others have been
helped
by their performance
Social Style Movie Trailer
As a group, use the next 30 minutes to create a 2 - 3 minute Movie Trailer about your group's color and preferred social style.
Feel free to be creative and use humor and jokes to explain to the audience how it feels to be a person with your social preferences and tendencies. Both the positive and the negative.
Also feel free to include topics regarding the typical interaction a person of your social style might have with other types.
Some common trailer phrases:
“In a world/town/dungeon/Motel 6...”
“Based on a true story…”
“She/He was just doing her/his job…”
“On a mission they weren’t expected to survive…”
“From the people who brought you…/ From the producers of…”
Why is this useful?
Understand
yourself and others better.
Process
information and cues.
Communicate
with confidence.
Form
strong bonds.
SELF REFLECTION & AWARENESS
They tend to be...
Loving
Ethical
Adaptable
Compassionate
Artistic
But may be...
Untruthful
Unrealistic
Emotional
Self-Absorbed
Withdrawn
They may get stressed out by...
Broken
promises
Too much
criticism
Not discussing
what is occurring
Structural
demands
Paperwork
as a priority
Clock watching
Too much
conformity
Lack of
social
contacts
Insincerity
and deception
Orange you glad we tried this?
You might want to value their...
Process
over the product
Ability to
describe
what was done and how
Note their:
Cleverness
Skill
Quickness
Impact
Action
Spontaneity
They tend to be...
Enthusiastic
Adventurous
Competitive
Dynamic
Charming
But may be...
Aggresive
Loud
Rude
Impatient
Impulsive
They may get stressed out by...
Being
stuck
at a desk
Too many
responsibilities
Redundancy
Deadlines
Rules
and regulations
Non-negotiable
imposed
structure
Lack of freedom
to function/perform
Reading
manuals
and following "how-to's"
The Golden Rule
You might want to value their...
Honesty
and
specificity
about what has been done.
Thoroughness
and sense of
responsibility
Ability to
manage
a project.
Appreciation needs to be
sincere
Understanding of the
importance
of the task at hand.
Role as an
integral
part of the group
They tend to be...
Determined
Responsible
Consistent
Loyal
Traditional
But may be...
Demanding
Self-righteous
Fussy
Compulsive
Offensive
They may get stressed out by...
Incomplete
tasks
Ambiguous
tasks, answers or reasoning
Disorganization
Too many things going on at the
same time
People who do not
follow through
Waste
Irresponsible
people
The Green Machine
You might want to value their...
Competence
and
quality
of work
New
information
or
understanding
Cleverness
Analysis
of situation
Independent
completion of a job
More
opportunities to exhibit competence
is the best reward
Clear, logical
explanation of what the person has done
Vocabulary
They tend to be...
Able
Visionary
Clever
Logical
Analytical
But may be...
Perfectionist
Critical
Skeptical
Sarcastic
Rebellious
They may get stressed out by...
Lack of
control
Lack of
independence
Repetitive
conversation
Elaborate use of
adjectives
Incompetence
on the part of those around him/her
Emotionality
Lack of
options
Unclear
picture
Small
talk
Subjectivity
@RYLA_D7500 #COTL #RYLA7500
Plan a party!
Who is hosting it?
Who's coming?
Where is it being hosted?
What are you celebrating?What are you doing?
Party favors?
What music is playing?
How will it be paid for?
Ready...Set...Party.
Have fun!
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