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True Colors

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Ishbel Correa

on 16 July 2016

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Transcript of True Colors

Dealing with Blues:
Dealing with Golds:
Dealing with Oranges:
Dealing with Greens:
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What is your Color?
Activity time
What does your ideal house look like?
what does your
color mean?
Are you
Orange
,
Gold
,
Blue
or
Green
?
Blue:
True Colors will help you:
Understand people better
 Process information differently
 Communicate effectively
 Form successful partnerships/relationships
Green:
Gold:
General:
Loyal, Dependable, Prepared
Thorough, Sensible, Punctual
Faithful, Stable, Organized
Caring, Concerned, Concrete,
Organized, Responsible, Traditional
Characteristics:
Exhibit anxiety or worry
Could judge self and others harshly
Could display a negative attitude
Reacts easily to stress
Become narrowly focused and rigid
Stressors:
An internal drive to be dependable can cause gold's to take on too much
Lack of follow through
Not adhering to a schedule/plan
Change
Unclear expectations

See yourself as:
Stable
Dependable
Efficient
Realistic
Goal-Oriented
Responsible
Others may see:
Rigid
Restricted
Stubborn
Boring
System-Bound
Bossy
Orange:
General:
Witty, Charming, Spontaneous
Impulsive, Generous, Impactful
Optimistic, Eager, Bold
Characteristics:
May act with defiance
Breaks rules on purpose, mainly for change
May not remember to complete things
Could sometimes joke inappropriately
Lying or cheating behavior
Stressors:
Feeling trapped/lack of freedom
Strict guidelines or rules
No sense of humor
Routine
Details, paperwork
See Yourself As:
Straightforward
Easy-going
Good Negotiator
Mover and Shaker
Spontaneous
Friendly
Others May See:
Rude
Irresponsible
Selfish
Ignoring Rules
Impatient
Unprepared
General:
Enthusiastic, Sympathetic, Personal
Warm, Communicative, Compassionate
Idealistic, Spiritual, Sincere
Peaceful, Flexible, Imaginative
Characteristics:
Could misbehave to get attention
Withdraws, loses track of personal priorities
Cries often and appears depressed
Behaves in passive-aggressive ways
Places others before themselves; relationships before work
Stressors:
Conflict/ Negativity/Lack of Trust
Isolation or being left out
Spending too much time with other peoples problems
Their needs being ignored
See Yourself As:
Romantic
Spiritual
Having Faith
Nice
Flexible
Caretaker
Others May See:
Over-emotional
Mushy
Unrealistic
Nosy
Wishy-Washy
Manipulative
General:
Analytical, Global, Conceptual
Cool, Calm, Collected
Inventive, Logical, Perfectionistic
Abstract, Hypothetical, Investigative
Characteristics:
May behave indecisively
May act withdrawn
Can be very sarcastic
Could have a hard time communicating with others
Stressors:
No flexibility
Not enough information
Overly sensitive people
Incompetence
Redundancy
Ignored recommendations
See Yourself As:
98% Right
Innovative
Independent
Deep Thinkers
Able to Find Flaws
Witty
Others May See:
Intellectual Snobs
Arrogant
Emotionless
Unfeeling
Aloof
Critical
What they need:
Consistency, reliability, timelines, structure,
clear expectations, responsibility, respect,
rules & standards, organization, closure

You should try to be:
Accurate, consistent, rule-abiding,
fair, organized, thorough,
reverent of traditions, respectful,
reliable, conscientious.
Brightening a Faded Gold:
Be responsible
Be consistent
Provide clear expectations
Plan ahead
Give them responsibility
Honor their traditions
What they need:
Acceptance, empathy, harmony,
self-expression, inspiration, affection,
understanding, meaning, validation.
You can:
Count on them
Appeal to their strong sense of right and wrong
Be mindful in your use of resources
Offer opportunities for expression of traditional values
Show how much you value their efforts
They usually:
Maintain a pleasant environment
Point out how others will benefit
Grant opportunities for personal growth
Give personal attention
You should try to be:
Caring, communicative, humanistic,
nice, open, people-oriented, personal,
respectful of their feelings, sincere,
approachable
Brightening a Faded Blue:
A listening ear
Warmth and human contact
Avenues for growth and expressing creativity
Limit request (scale back commitments)
Trust
You can:
Expect some spice
Understand their impulse to take each moment as it comes
Allow them to show off their skills without condemning them to their process
Avoid slowing them down when the are on a quest
What they need:
Action and activity, freedom,
flexibility, make an impact, attention,
adrenaline rush, variety, physical contact,
fun & play, competition
You should try to be:
Dynamic, clear and direct, confident,
entertaining, flexible, open-minded, skillful,
spontaneous, ready for change
Dealing with a Faded Orange:
Understand their need to multitask
Allow them freedom and choices
Make goals/jobs a game
Supply immediate feedback
Appreciate their directness
Get out of their way
You can:
Honor their need for privacy
Understand their necessity to question your knowledge and facts
Realize they too have feelings
Appreciate their varied interests
What they need:
Intellectual stimulation, autonomy,
challenge, be able to ask question, time to ponder, information, competence, privacy, innovation, objectivity
You should try to be:
Rational, precise, ready for questions,
prepared to give facts, analytical, encouraging,
focused, logical, objective, open-minded
Brightening a Faded Green:
Provide information when they request it instead of getting defensive because they ask
Recognize the value and usefulness of their work
Understand their emotions are deep
Honor their privacy
Allow them independence
Provide explanations for rules/decisions
What were some difficulties you found while doing the activity?
How did your color come in to play?
How do you think you can best utilize your color within a group?
How does learning about what color you are help you with communicating and interacting with others?
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