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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 2: Personal Growth and Behaviors Lesson 2: Self-Awareness Exercise #2 – Self-Awareness Matrix Directions: In this exercise, you will determine which of your Winning Colors® are the strongest in different situations: planner, builder, relater, or adventurer. 1. Consider each situation on the left and decide which cluster(s) would dominate your behavior in each. Rank the colors you would exhibit in order from 1 (most likely) to 4 (least likely). 2. Record a brief example of something you would do or a way you might behave or feel that illustrates the behavior appropriately. This may not be a behavior you currently exemplify, but one that you can strive toward. Remember, though you will have a natural tendency toward one color or behavior, the goal of Winning Colors® is to strive for balance. Green/Planner Situation Doing Homework Handling Conflict Doing a Job Social Activity Blue/Relater Red/Adventurer (feel, dolphin) (act, tiger) (decide, bull & bear) Rank: 1 Rank: Ideal Example: i don't plan activites out but i act quick and fast on them Rank: 1 Ideal Example: when i'm with family, i decide what's to do Rank: best 3 Ideal Example: Ideal Example: i feel when i'm i act quick and fast around my family in any activites i have to do Rank: 4 Rank: 2 Ideal Example: i think about my homework and how to do it the best i can. Rank: 3 Ideal Example: i decide what homework to do first and what to Rank: 2 do. Ideal Example: i don't relate to my homework becuase it's just Rank: 4 work Ideal Example: i act slowly and smart to do my homework. Rank: 1 Ideal Example: i think about the conflict and what's best for everyone. Rank: 3 Ideal Example: i decide the best idea on how to handle the Rank: 2 situation Ideal Example: i act to end the conflict quickly and fast. Rank: 1 Ideal Example: i think about the job and how to use my skills to do the job 4 Rank: Ideal Example: i decide what to do on the job and how to do3 it. Rank: Ideal Example: i do take something away from the conflict Rank: 4 and make sure it doesn't Ideal Example: happen again. i don't use this skill because it's not needed. 2 Rank: Ideal Example: i don't think because i'm very good at getting along with everyone. Ideal Example: Ideal Example: i feel and relate i decide who to hang out with and so that they can where we're going. like me. (think, fox) Rank: Family Activity Brown/Builder 4 3 Rank: 2 Ideal Example: i act quickly so i can get the job over with Rank: 1 Ideal Example: i act and know what to do when it comes to socializing with Exercise adapted from Conflict Resolution Through Winning Colors® used with permission by authors Stefan Neilson and Shay everyone. Thoelke©1999. Unit 1: LET 1 – The Emerging Leader ...
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