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Table of Contents 1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................... 1 1.1 Personality ............................................................................................................. 1 1.2 Type of Personality ............................................................................................... 1 1.3 Importance of Personality development ............................................................... 2 2 Body ...................................................................................................................................... 5 2.1 Favorite Personality .............................................................................................. 5 2.2 Research ................................................................................................................ 6 2.3 Traits ..................................................................................................................... 6 3 Findings ................................................................................................................................. 7 3.1 Interview ............................................................................................................... 7 3.2 Experience of interview ........................................................................................ 9 4 Conclusion .......................................................................................................................... 10 5 References ........................................................................................................................... 11 6 Appendices .......................................................................................................................... 12 6.1 Questionnaire ...................................................................................................... 12 6.2 Marks allocation and evaluation ......................................................................... 13 6.3 Workload Matrix ................................................................................................. 13 3
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Personality Development 1 Introduction 1.1 Personality The term "personality" is derived from the Latin word persona, which means "mask." Among the Greeks, actors used a mask to hide their identity on stage. This dramatic technique was later adopted by the Romans to whom persona denoted "as one appears to others" not as one actually is. The personality pattern is composed of traits that are organized and integrated into a pattern in which the concept of self is the core or center of gravity. The pattern is founded on the person's hereditary endowment, which is shaped by environmental experiences in the home and, later, outside the home. It is thus possible to control the environment forces to ensure the development of a desired personality pattern or to change a pattern that is likely to lead to poor personal and social adjustments. [Eli76] 1.2 Type of Personality There are specially tree type of personality. Extrovert Personality: In the big 5 theory of personality, extrovert (often known as extraversion) is one of the five core traits believed to make up human personality. Extroversion is characterized by sociability, talkativeness, assertiveness and excitability. People who are high in extroversion tend to seek out social stimulation and opportunities to engage with others. These individuals are often described as being full of life, energy and positivity .[Fei15] 1
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Personality Development Introvert Personality: Introvert is one of the major personality traits identified in many theories of personality. People who are introverted tend to be inward turning , or focused more on internal thoughts, feelings and moods rather than seeking out external stimulation. Introversion is generally viewed as existing as part of a continuum along with extraversion . Introversion indicates one end of the scale, while extravert represents the other end. [Rau03] Ambivert Personality: Ambivert personality is who have extrovert and introvert personality. People don’t stays to going out with a lot of friends, club, mass, people also like to stay at home alone and read book. They have both extrovert and introversion personality. 1.3 Importance of Personality development Personality is very important in the life of an individual. Everyone is influenced by an attractive personality. Whether it is an interview for job or having a conversation within your friend circle, there are certain traits and characteristics that you must possess to make you mark and have an impressive conversation.
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