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  1. 1. Personality Development Assignment From, Elvis George , Date : 27-09-2012 Batch D 1 , FIAT , Place : Trivandrum Trivandrum. To , Mrs.Leena Nair , P D Fa c u l t y , F I AT , Tr i v a n d r u m .
  2. 2. Acknowledgment I would like to Express my deepest appreciation to our Personality Development faculty Mrs. Leena Nair and my Friends. Also I like to thank my parents and all others who helped me….. Thank you….
  3. 3. Introduction Our personality starts when we are born and first get aware of the outside world. Here when we open our eye, we see the world; our first impression starts here and we carrying it life long. The process goes on as you go deeper and deeper into the society, our mentality changes according to the situation. In these days its very Important to maintain our personality. In the society , in the family , in the working place. By developing our personality we can face any situation positively
  4. 4. Importance of personality Development A person’s personality is defined by their characteristics, behaviors, thoughts, and feelings. These aspects start developing during childhood, and are strengthened and molded as the person grows into adulthood I. Personality Development Helps You Improve yourself  No matter how ordinary we think we are, we can polish our traits and behaviors and shine through. We can transform our personality into one that makes to proud ourselves .
  5. 5. Importance of personality Development II. Personality Will Help You Build Strong Personal Relationships.  In family life, how you deal with your spouse, your parents, or your children also has something to do with the kind of person you are. Although the love of a family is unconditional, there are certainly times when challenges arise, and how you deal with each one affects the relationship you will have with your family.
  6. 6. Importance of personality Development III. Your Personality Will Dictate Success in Your Career.  As you might be well-aware of, emotional intelligence and personality go hand in hand. This is why personality development holds a very vital role in a person’s ability to succeed in whatever career he chooses to take. If you are easily frustrated, without the capability to handle stress brought about by work-related events, then it will be easy for you to give up during difficult times . Nice personality also entails knowing how to relate with others, knowing how to communicate effectively, and even how to dress appropriately makes you a professional.
  7. 7. Task-1
  8. 8. Task-I Task.1 Define personality  personality is the characteristic patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviors that make a person unique. In addition to this, personality arises from within the individual and remains fairly consistent throughout life.  Personality is displayed in more than just behavior. It can also be seen in our thoughts, feelings, close relationships and other social interactions.  Personality does not just influence how we move and respond in our environment; it also causes us to act in certain ways.
  9. 9. Task-I Task.2 Define SWOT  SWOT is an acronym for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. By definition, Strengths and Weaknesses are considered to be internal factors over which you have some measure of control. Also, by definition, Opportunities and Threats are considered to be external factors over which you have essentially no control. Environmental scanning Internal analysis External analysis Strength Opportunities Weakness Threats
  10. 10. Task-I Task.3 Define Perception, Emotional intelligence and its impact on personal and professional life  The process by which people translate sensory impressions into a coherent and unified view of the world around them. Though necessarily based on incomplete and unverified information, perception is equated with reality for most practical purposes and guides human behavior in general  Emotional intelligence refers to the ability to perceive, control and evaluate emotions. 1. Perceiving Emotions 2. Reasoning With Emotions 3. Understanding Emotions 4. Managing Emotions
  11. 11. Impact on Personal life  Emotional intelligence is linked with a person's moods, attitudes, empathy, and motivation. And these are powerful forces that can result in an individual's success in relations or social settings Impact on professional life  Self-awareness the ability to read one's emotions and recognize their impact while using gut feelings to guide decisions. Self-management involves controlling one's emotions and impulses and adapting to changing circumstances . Social awareness the ability to sense, understand, and react to others' emotions while comprehending social networks
  12. 12. Task- 2
  13. 13. Task-II Task.1 Importance of time management Time management is the act or process of planning and exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities, especially to increase effectiveness, efficiency or productivity. Time management may be aided by a range of skills, tools, and techniques used to manage time when accomplishing specific tasks, projects and goals complying with a due date. This set encompasses a wide scope of activities, and these include planning, allocating, setting goals, delegation, analysis of time spent, monitoring, organizing, scheduling, and prioritizing. Initially, time management referred to just business or work activities, but eventually the term broadened to include personal activities as well. A time management system is a designed combination of processes, tools, techniques, and methods. Usually time management is a necessity in any project development as it determines the project completion time and scope.
  14. 14. Task-II Task.2 The time Wasters and the ways to overcome it. Television • By watching news I makes it useful Daytime time • By doing exercises I avoid day time sleep sleep • By Chatting with foreign friends. It help Social websites me to improve my communication skill • Being Active and concentrating on Day dreaming useful things Spending Time • By giving excuses and for some with Friends telling the fact
  15. 15. Task-3
  16. 16. From, Althaf.S, Amal.N.G, Elvis George, Batch D1. Trivandrum. To, Mrs. topic: Leadership P.D Faculty Frankfinn Airhostess Training Center, Personality Development Trivandrum. Project
  17. 17. ACKNOWLEDGMENT We would like to express my special gratitude to our PD faculty as well as my friends who helped us to do this project on the topic of “Leaders of 20th century”. Which also helped us in doing a lot of research and we came to know about so many new things. We are very thankful to them. Secondly we would like to thank our parents who helped us. By doing this project our knowledge is improved. “THANKS AGAIN TO ALL WHO HELPED US”
  18. 18. Qualities of a Leader 1.Should take the Initiative 2.Should bring team together 3. confidence 4.Fairness in judgment 5. Kind and good hearted 6.Clear about his/her fundamentals 7.Mentally strong and firm but should have an open mind 8.Daring and Fearless 9.Should be open to new ideas and concepts 10.Should be ready to experiment 11.Should be a good speaker and also a good listener
  19. 19. Introduction Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh alias Osho was born in 11 December 1931 at Kuchwada Village, Madhya Pradesh, India. He was an Indian mystic, guru, and spiritual teacher who garnered an international following. A professor of philosophy, he travelled throughout India in the 1960s as a public speaker. His outspoken criticism of socialism, Mahatma Gandhi and institutionalized religions made him controversial. He began initiating disciples (known as neo-sannyasins) and took on the role of a spiritual teacher. In his discourses, he reinterpreted writings of religious traditions, mystics, and philosophers from around the world. Moving to Poona in 1974, he established an ashram that attracted increasing numbers of Westerners. His synergetic teachings emphasize the importance of meditation, awareness, love, celebration, courage, creativity and humor—qualities that he viewed as being suppressed by adherence to static belief systems, religious tradition and socialization. Osho's teachings have had a notable impact on New Age thought and their popularity has increased markedly since his death.
  20. 20. Family Chandra Mohan Jain (Osho), the eldest of eleven children of a cloth merchant, at his maternal grandparents' house in Kuchwada; a small village in the Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh state in India.His parents Babulal and Saraswati Jain, who were Taranpanthi Jains, let him live with his maternal grandparents until he was seven years old. By Osho's own account, this was a major influence on his development because his grandmother gave him the utmost freedom, leaving him carefree without an imposed education or restrictions.[ When he was seven years old, his grandfather died, and he went to Gadarwara to live with his parents. Osho was profoundly affected by his grandfather's death, and again by the death of his childhood girlfriend and cousin Shashi from typhoid when he was 15, leading to a preoccupation with death that lasted throughout much of his childhood and youth. In his school years he was a rebellious, but gifted student, and acquired a reputation as a formidable debater.
  21. 21. Education  University of Sagar(1957),  D. N. Jain College (1955),  Hitkarini Dental College & Hospital Out of the his education osho was mostly influenced by the persons and concepts like Human Potential Movement, Zen Buddhism, Tantra, Sufism, Bhagavad Gita, Gautama Buddha, Mahavira, Bodhidharma, Lao Tzu, Guru Nanak, Kabir, G. I. Gurdjieff, Jiddu Krishnamurti
  22. 22. Selected works  The way of white clouds  Hammer on the Rock  The silent Explosion  Above All, Don't Wobble  Dimensions Beyond the known  Nothing to Lose but your Head  Roots and Wings  Be Realistic: Plan for a Miracle  Meditation: the Art of Inner Ecstasy  The Cypress in the Courtyard  The Orange Book  Get Out of Your Own Way  Meditation: The First and Last  Beloved of my Heart Freedom  A Rose is a Rose is a Rose  Learning to Silence the Mind  Dance your way to God  Until You Die  The Passion for the Impossible  Just Like That  The Great Nothing  God is not for Sale  The Shadow of the Whip Over 600 books, several  Blessed are the Ignorant thousand audio and video  The Buddha Disease discourses…..  Being in Love
  23. 23. Conclusion By doing this project about on the topic of “leader” we came to know the importance of leadership qualities as well as to prepare our self as a professional s and techniques to improve our leadership qualities.… We would like to thank all who helped us… “THANK YOU”
  24. 24. Task-4
  25. 25. Task-IV Task.1 Open self personality  when a person knows one's own personality and is willing to share ideas, thoughts, feelings and values with others, that person is called as an open self personality.  Open self personality refers to someone who has no problem being social and communicating self-disclosure. An extroverted personality...someone who translates thoughts into speech and behavior easily
  26. 26. Task-IV Task.1 Johari ’s Window Blind Open Known by others Known by all only Hidden Unknown Known by self Not known to self only and others
  27. 27. Task-IV Task.2 Transactional Analysis Transactional Analysis is a reflection of personality and the image of self and its relation with others
  28. 28. CHAKDE! Director: Shimit Amin Screenplay: Jaideep Sahni Awards: Zee Cine Award for Best Film, Filmfare Best Actor Award Producers: Yash Chopra, Aditya Chopra
  29. 29. Task-V Task.1 Well assimilated character in the movie Balbir Kaur (Tanya Abrol) In the movie Chakde India Ms.Tanya Abrol played the character Balbir Kaur, a Punjabi girl with a hulk like stand and always looking for a fight. But after the training session and getting Yellow card and penalty she started to change…in the end of the movie we can see the changes in her . She started to control her anger that’s why I believe she is a well assimilated character.
  30. 30. Task-V Task.2 Positive and Negative conditioning in the movie Positive Conditioning Komal Chautala (Chitrashi Raut), Preeti Sabharwal (Sagarika Ghatge) the two strikers in the team. They were having some issues in between and they wont pass the ball to each other. But they changed and started to play for the team . That a positive conditioning . Negative Conditioning In the movie Chakde India Ms.Tanya Abrol played the character Balbir Kaur, a Punjabi girl with a hulk like stand and always looking for a fight. But after the training session and getting Yellow card and penalty she started to change…in the end of the movie we can see the changes in her . But the match against Argentina Coach was asking her to play roughly . And that is negative conditioning.
  31. 31. Task.3 Character need to improve in the Task-V movie Anjan Srivastav as Mr. Tripathi, the head of hockey official, needs improvement. He is a stubborn character. He is a person who don’t accept anyone. And he like to stick to his decisions. So I think he need to improve his character .
  32. 32. Task.1 Goal achieving skills in the Task-V movie  Hard Work  Motivation  Team Work  Empathy  Discipline  Unity  Equality  Care  Courage
  33. 33. Task.2 Time Management Task-V in the movie To achieve a goal there must be a effective time management.. In the movie character Kabir Khan, the coach of the Indian team was forcing the players to practice more time because it is essential to win matches.
  34. 34. Task-V Task.2 Own experience in Time Management  When I was working I use to set alarms on my cell phone with a “to-do” list. It helped me to be punctual.  I use to exercise with friends so that we can build a strong relationship and I won’t feel bored.  When am free I try to follow a time table but I failed.
  35. 35. Task-V Task.3 Leadership Qualities in the movie  Motivation  H a r d Wo r k  Dedication  Ambitious  Discipline  Te a m Wo r k  Planning
  36. 36. Task-V Task.3 How to Develop Leadership Qualities  By understanding its Importance of leadership  By learning from others  By being Empathetic  By interacting with people  By helping  By developing our own qualities  By changing our weakness in to strength
  37. 37. Task.3 Person with Leadership Task-V Qualities in our class and his Qualities  My colleague Mr. Baiju and Mr.Ashwin.M.Das is my leaders in my class. Because they are person’s with motivational skills, helping mentality, humor sense. By their humors sense and polite personality they impressed me. They try to understand people and they know how to behave to different people.
  38. 38. Task.3 Examples of four types of Task-V characters according to Johari’s window Open self • Mr.Kabir Khan is a open self person because he shares his ideas and he knows his strength and person weakness • Ms.Bindia Naik is blind about her strength. In Blind the movie she is the only player who knows to play against man to man marking • Ms. Balbir kaur is a caring person but its Hidden hidden because of her anger Unknown • Not known to self and others
  39. 39. Task-V Task.3 The four ego states in the movie chakde India • In the movie, character Komal Child Choutala is showing childish ego state behavior. Adult • Vidhya Sharma is a character who have adultery ego state behaviors . Parent • Kabir khan is a character who have parent ego state behaviors.
  40. 40. Task.3 Open self personality in the Task-V movie and his qualities  In the movie Chakde India the character named Kabir Khan have a open self personality. In the movie he always ready to help and share his ideas. Qualities  Motivating  Good planning  Discipline  Dedication  Anger management
  41. 41. Personality Development Field Activity V i v a n t a B y Ta j , Kovalam, Trivandrum .
  42. 42. Task-VII Task.1 Experience of field activity  Place visited : Vivanta by Taj, Kovalam  Date : 10-09-2012  Group Leader : Nihas Sainudeen  Group members : Amal.N.G Amal.M.Nair Althaf Ashwin.M.Das Baiju.K.M Elvis George Rahul.R
  43. 43. Introduction We would like to thank Our PD faculty Mrs.Leena Nair who prepared us for the visit and we also thank Frankfinn institution to allowing us. We visited the five star hotel Vivanta by Taj , Located in Kovalam, Trivandrum. We like to thank them also. Specially Mr. Mahesh.R who is the Learning and Development manager of Vivanta by Taj, who helped us to understand things there.. “THANK YOU ALL”
  44. 44. Departments And There Duties House Security Front Office(FO) Engineering(EN) Keeping(HK) All the arrangements Maintenance of Caring the hotel’s Check in and check and decorations are Machine's and security out of the Guest done by the HK troubleshooting the team Hardware problems Handling Keeping the list of Cleaning and Maintenance of the Reservations with visitors with the gardening and software and Lan maketing, Allocating details allocating rooms system the rooms with HK
  45. 45. Departments And There Duties F&B Service Purchasing Marketing All the Serving the food Purchasing for Marketing the Making food and in restaurants the hotel going hotel and there beverages and in rooms through accounts products and purchasing Preparation of Explaining and Handling Handling food for functions introducing new agreements with reservation and and parties recipes other companies publicity
  46. 46. Other minor Departments And There Duties Learning & Bell Desk Observation Spa & Pool Developing Observing the Handling department’s Giving Training Spa treatments Languages activities Accompanying Finding the guest and solutions and Improving the Pool introducing the introducing new activities Maintenance . services ideas
  47. 47. Conclusion By doing this project we learned about the systems of a hotel and we learned how to communicate with people who are in different positions. As well as we came to know about our own weaknesses in making effective communication and the lack of knowledge about manners. We would like to thank our PD faculty who helped us to improve our personality and communicational skills also we like to thank our Institution and the Vivanta by Taj team who helped us…
  48. 48. Task-VIII Task.1 What are Barriers of communication and How to overcome it Barriers Verbal like tone ,clarity , pronunciation and Non-verbal like Body movement , eye contact , expression all these are barriers in communication process . Solutions By conditioning and taking effort .
  49. 49. Task-VIII Task.2 Barriers of communication and How to overcome it Personal Barriers Verbal : Pronunciation , Tone , Speed , Clarity Non-Verbal : Face expressions , Body language , Eye contact Solutions Verbal : By talking and reading we can improve the pronunciation, tone , speed , clarity I have to take some effort . Non-Verbal : By imitating and conditioning .
  50. 50. Task.3 Who needs to improve and Task-VIII How to Help him My friend Mr.Rahul needs improvement because he is very shy and he is not comfortable with the English language . He have many skills like pleasant tone, easy way of talking, nice smile, open mentality, he’s friendly. By talking to him and making him feel that no one is perfect..he have to be confident . I can encourage him but not sure how its gonna work .
  51. 51. Task.1 Moral values we learned from Task-VIII parents and How its going to Help us • It will help us to make a good relationship Love with people around us. • Caring people makes us to respect and Care accept the people the way they are • Its really important how we communicate To communicate with people specially in hospitality • It’s the way how we behave in different Manners situations . Honesty • It will help us to make our self proud.
  52. 52. Task.2 Moral values observed while Task-VIII the field activity Care Sharing Honesty Attachment Understanding Compromising
  53. 53. Task.3 How Moral values help a person Task-VIII to develop interpersonal relations • Helps to keep the relation strong Honesty , long and pure. We can act for one year but not for ten year. • Helps to adjust , accept , help , care Love and trust. All our moral values are is fake without love • That is what we are, behavior is the Behavior source how others know us so it’s a important thing .
  54. 54. Thank you Thank you