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ASSIGNMENT

ON
“PERSONALITY”

SUBMITTED TO : department of business


administration uhf nauni
SUBMITTED BY : VIKAS DOGRA
MEANING OF PERSONALITY
 DERIVED FROM A LATIN WORD, ‘PER-SONARE’
WHICH MEANS ‘ TO SPEAK THROUGH.’
 THE LATIN WORD DENOTES THE MASKS
WHICH THE ACTORS USED TO WEAR IN
ANCIENT GREECE OR ROME.
 PERSONALITY CAN BE DEFINED AS , “THE
DYNAMIC ORGANISATION WITHIN AN
INDIVIDUAL , OF THOSE PSYCHOLOGICAL AND
PHYSICAL SYSTEMS WHICH DETERMINES HIS
UNIQUE ADJUSTMENTS TO HIS
ENVIRONMENT.”
PERSONALITY AS A PROCESS
OF CHANGE AND
DEVELOPMENT
 BONNER, PROVIDES SIX PROPOSITIONS
TO CLARIFY THE NATURE OF
PERSONALITY WHITHIN THE CONTEXT
OF CHANGE & DEVELOPMENT :
 1) human behaviour is composed of acts
 2) personality visualised as a whole actualises
itself in a particular environment
 3) it is distinguished by self –consistency
 4) personality is a goal directed behaviour
 5) it forms a time integrating structure
 6) it is a process of becoming
SIGNIFICANCE OF
PERSONALITY
 IT APPEARS THAT PERSONALITY
CHARACTERISTICS ARE OF UTMOST
SIGNIFICANCE FROM THE STANDPOINT
OF HUMAN RELATIONS AND
ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR.
MEASUREMENT OF
PERSONALITY
 THE MOST COMMONALY USED TESTS
INCLUDE :
 1) PERSONALITY INVENTORIES
 2) PROJECTIVE TECHNIQUES
 3) SITUATIONAL TESTS
DETERMINANTS OF
PERSONALITY
CLASSIFICATION BY SCOTT AND
MITCHELL
 1) PHYSIOLOGICAL INHERITANCE
 2) GROUPS

 3) CULTURE
THE SELF CONCEPT
FORMS A SIGNIFICANT PART OF AN
INDIVIDUAL’S PERSONALITY . IT
INVOLVES TWO ASPECTS – ‘I’ (OR
THE SELF CONCEPT) AND ‘ME’ (OR THE
SOCIAL CONCEPT) .WHILE ‘I’ REFERS TO
THAT SELF WHICH ONE BELIEVES TO BE ,
AND ‘ME’ RELATES TO THE MANNER AN
INDIVIDUAL APPEARS TO OTHERS.
SUMMARY
 PRESONALITY IS THE TOTALITY
INTRACTION WITH ITS SUB-SYSTEM LIKE
ENVIRONMENT AND SITUATION.
INDIVIDUAL’S EXTERNAL APPEARANCE
AND TRAIT, THEIR INNER AWERNESS OF
PRESONALITIES.
 SOME PRESONALITIES ARE CLASIFIED AS
INTROVERT AND EXTROVERT
HEALTHY FEEDBACK AND
POSTIVE CRITICISUM ARE
WELCOMED

VIKAS DOGRA
REFERENCES
 1) E.R. Hillgard, R.C. Atikinson and R. L.
Atikinson: Introduction to psychology,
oxford & IBH, NEW DELHI.
 2) Floyd L. Ruch: Presonality and life,
Scoot Foreman.
 3) Gordon W. Allport : Presonality, Henry
Holt, NEW YORK.
 4) S.S. Khanka : Organisational Behaviour,
S.Chand & Company LTD. NEW DELHI.
THANK YOU
GOOD LUCK TO ALL AND
HAVE A NICE DAY