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Understanding Character. Identifying the Real You. Who Are You?. Four basic contributors to self-awareness : Who we think we are Who we would like to be Who others think we are Who we would like to be. Elements of Character: Positive. Integrity Trustworthy Loyal Respectful

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understanding character

Understanding Character

Identifying the Real You

who are you
Who Are You?
  • Four basic contributors to self-awareness:
    • Who we think we are
    • Who we would like to be
    • Who others think we are
    • Who we would like to be
elements of character positive
Elements of Character: Positive
  • Integrity
    • Trustworthy
    • Loyal
    • Respectful
  • Compassion
  • Thoughtfulness
  • Kindness
  • Attitude
    • Enthusiasm
    • Helpfulness
    • Optimism
  • Respectful Appearance
    • Appropriate to the situation

A respectful appearance

beauty or brand-name clothing

elements of character negative
Elements of Character: Negative
  • Attitude
    • Meanness
    • Laziness
    • Pessimism
  • Impatience
  • Disrespectful Appearance
    • Inappropriate to the situation
  • Deceitfulness
    • Dishonest
    • Disloyal
    • Disrespectful
  • Greediness
  • Impoliteness
  • Intolerance
  • Apathy
judging character in others
Judging Character in Others

DO

  • Have an open mind
  • Look for obvious characteristics
    • Lies
    • Exaggerations
  • Look for subtle characteristics
    • Body language
    • Attitude
    • How they treat others
  • Jump to conclusions
  • Base opinions on cultural differences
  • Be too trusting of strangers
  • “Leap before you look”
  • Challenge for the sake of challenging

DON’T