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Copy of Four temperaments

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PERSONALITY TYPES
Four Temperaments CHOLERIC Ambitious & leader-like
A lot of aggression, energy, or passion
Be in charge of everything
Task oriented & are focused on getting a job done efficiently . Phlegmatic Guardian: Ralph From all the four temperaments, Ralph is represented by ‘’Guardian’’, because this type is more caring about leadership, working as a team, they’re moreover seen as ‘’ concrete cooperators’’. Too go more in depth, he’s a Guardian; supervisor. Introverted & thoughtful
Often are perceived as very considerate & cautious
They are Perfectionists & Highly creative in activities
Self-reliant & independent
Can get so involved
Preoccupied with the tragedy of the world Phlegmatic Relaxed & quiet
Kind & Content with themselves
Accepting & affectionate
Prefer stability to uncertainty & change
Consistent, calm, rational, curious, and observant
Prefer to observe and to think on the world around them while not getting involved
Passive-aggressive Four Temperaments Four Temperaments Talkative & not shy Warm-hearted, pleasant, & optimistic. Tend to be forgetful & sometimes a little sarcastic Compassionate & Romantic Sociable & Charismatic Impulsive & pleasure seeking The Sanguine Is The Life Of The Party Melancholic Represent someone's personality traits.
How someone acts & how they do things their own way. Sanguine Choleric Phlegmatic Melancholic Relaxed & quiet
Kind & Content with themselves
Accepting & affectionate
Prefer stability to uncertainty & change
Consistent, & rational
Prefer to observe and to think on the world around them while not getting involved
Passive-aggressive Teamwork and Innovation Consider the following when analyzing teams
Ineffective vs. Effective Teams Does the team have the best types of people to get the job done?
Are the right jobs within the team being done by the most effective types of people?
How will the team evaluate progress towards its goal?
Is there a team type that can effectively determine when the project is completed? Ineffective teams may be the product of inappropriate team composition. Deciding to use a team approach is only the first step. The ideal team should be highly diversified in the talents and knowledge each member contributes, while maintaining open, nonthreatening communication. Ineffective vs. Effective Cross-functional teams plays an important role in the quest for innovative solutions to today’s complex problems.
Personality types are an important factor in successful team performance.
Expected benefits of successful teams:
Increased motivation
Greater task commitment
Higher levels of performance
Ability to withstand stress
More innovative solutions
Decreased development time Ineffective teams may be the product of inappropriate team composition.
Deciding to use a team approach is only the first step.

The ideal team should be highly diversified in the talents and knowledge each member contributes, while maintaining open, nonthreatening communication. References Bradley, J.H. & Hebert, F.J. (1997). The effect of personality type on team performance. Journal of Management Development, 16(5), 337-353.
Lancellotti, M.P. & Boyd, T. (2008). The effects of personality awareness exercises on team satisfaction and performance. Journal of Marketing Education, 30(3), 244-254
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Personality_type
http://www.huddle.com/blog/team-building-activities/ Sanguine Characteristics of Productive Teams Heterogeneity Effective Leadership Intra-team Communication Group Cohesion Characteristics of Productive Teams The Effect of Personality Types on Team Work From Our Team To Yours
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