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  1. Real Colors® Dan Clark, M.S. Director Local Government Center Mary Fran San Soucie HR Coordinator MSU Extension

  2. Our Objectives • Explain theory/history behind Real Colors • Work through Real Colors Assessment tool • Work through Real Colors exercise

  3. Exercise #1 HOW MANY F’S ARE THERE IN THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE? FINISHED FILES ARE THE RESULT OF MANY YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC STUDY COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF SEVERAL YEARS.

  4. FINISHED FILES ARE THE RESULT OF MANY YEARS OFSCIENTIFIC STUDY COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF SEVERAL YEARS.

  5. #2 HOW MANY SQUARES ARE THERE?

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  21. Real Colors A means to help us better understand human behavior and enhance communication

  22. Real Colors • A tool to help us build productive relationships • Productive relationships contribute to our personal success and to the success of our organization.

  23. Real Colors • Grounded in the personality theory of Carl Jung • Validated through research of Myers-Briggs and Keirsey-Bates • Works to identify temperaments

  24. Real Colors - Theory Hippocrates – Four Types Sanguine, Choleric, Phlegmatic, Melancholic Carl Jung – Psychological Type Intuition, Feeling, Body (sensation), Intellect (thinking)

  25. Real Colors - Theory Myers-Briggs – 16 Type Indicators ISFP, ISTP, ESFP, ESTP, INFP, INFJ, etc., etc., etc. David Kiersey – Temperament Types Dionysian, Apollonian, Epimethian, Promethian

  26. Real Colors Real Colors Temperament Colors Gold, Blue, Green, Orange

  27. Real Colors • Is an understandable way to group people into four personality temperaments • Helps us learn to recognize, accept and value differences in others • Helps us, with practice, to work within another color-type

  28. Real Colors • Complete Assessment

  29. Working with Other Colors • What words and Actions are favored by the other colors?

  30. Scenario (if time) • You own a travel agency. A group of [Blue/Green] [Gold/Orange] Couples have come to our and asked you to create a perfect get away weekend for them. Money is no object.

  31. LET’S REVIEW WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED

  32. What is Temperament? Temperament (defined) • The manner of thinking, behaving or reacting characteristics of a specific person Temperament Theory: • A way of helping people better understand human behavior

  33. Think of Real Colors as a way of building common ground….. • To enhance communication • To “speak the language of others” • To help us work more effectively with people • To help us with an enhanced ability to understand how OTHERS process info • To help us modify our communication style to connect with others.

  34. Real Colorscan help us….. • Recognize our strengths and the strengths of others • Build greater rapport with others • Enhance our ability to understand how others process information • Recognize different thinking and learning styles of others

  35. REMEMBER!! Color is not an excuse for behavior! Learn to speak in the language of the listener Learn to listen in the language of the speaker

  36. THANK YOU!! Please contact us with any questions: Dan Clark, M.S. Director Local Government Center MSU Extension http://extn.msu.montana.edu Tel: (406) 994-6694 E-mail Daniel.clark@montana.edu Mary Fran San Soucie HR Coordinator, MSU Extension Tel: (406) 994-6648 E-mailmaryfran@montana.edu