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The influence of human personality upon the functional efficiency. of an organization and its personnel has been widely recognized The. personality can also be modified to a certain extent Accordingly recent. years have seen a variety of efforts by professionals in various fields to. design courses that will help develop certain positive trends in. personality The objective of such courses is to remove or screen out. those barriers or obstructions that stand in the way of the expression of. individual personality through a process of training. 2 The present module on personality development is. specifically design to cater to the demands of training courses. organized for senior officers in order to improve functional efficiency. The module covers 9 areas It was validated in two stages and contains. the distilled wisdom of this consultative process When effectively. operationalised the module should ensure that participants are given. adequate opportunity to gain skills that will help improve their. functional efficiency, 3 This project was undertaken by the Institute of Management. in Government IMG at the behest of the Department of Personnel. and Training DoPT Government in India, RUDHRA GANGADHARAN IAS. INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT IN GOVERNMENT, Thiruvananthapuram. 28th May 2003, ACKNOWLEDGEMENT, The successful completion of this module on Personality Development was. achieved through the wholehearted sincere and committed support of a number of. dignitaries whom I take this opportunity to acknowledge First of all let me express. my deep sense of gratitude to Shri Agarwal Joint Secretary Department of. Personnel and Training Government of India for entrusting me with the task of. preparing this module and I hope that the work has come upto his expectation level. and demand But for his encouragement this work could not have materialized. Next I wholeheartedly acknowledge Shri Rudhra Gangadharan Principal. Secretary and Director IMG for his valuable suggestions support and timely help. all of which have gone a long way in helping me to complete the work within the. stipulated time, I am thankful to Shri Venkatesan Joint Director DoPT for all the valuable help.
rendered by him, My thanks are also due to Dr Venkatapathy Director School of Management. Studies Bharathiar University Dr Mathew Manimalayil Professor IIM Bangalore. and Dr Ramachandran Nair Director IMK Kerala University who have. wholeheartedly conducted the evaluation of the module and offered meaningful. suggestions Their contributions have greatly helped me in perfecting the module. I also wish to acknowledge the sincere co operation of the experts in the field of. academic and administration who have attended the validation workshop and. offered valuable suggestions which were appropriately incorporated in the module. Finally I wish to acknowledge the sincere suggestions and encouragement of my. colleagues and well wishers, Dr Chandra Prasad Sreedhar. Page Number, 1 Package of Personality Development 1. 2 Leadership 4, 3 Interpersonal Relations 7, 4 Communication in organizations 9. 5 Stress Management 13, 6 Group Dynamics and Team Building 15.
7 Conflict Management 18, 8 Performance Appraisal 21. 9 Time Management 24, 10 Motivation 27, Package of Personality Development. The training module is aimed at the promotion of the strategies for the. personality development of the participants The rationale behind this. endeavor is the recognition of the multifaceted influence of the. personality of the employees upon organisational effectiveness. Objectives, The objective of the training programme is bring about personality. development with regard to the different behavioural dimensions that. have far reaching significance in the direction of organisational. effectiveness, Methodology, Lecture cum discussion. Group Discussion, Management Games, Case Studies, Participants.
The participants will consists of officers in the A B and C category. DURATION 5 days, Course content, Unit 1 Leadership Introduction to Leadership Leadership. Power Leadership Styles Leadership in, Administration. Unit 2 Interpersonal Introduction to Interpersonal Relations Analysis. Relations of different ego states Analysis of Transactions. Analysis of Strokes Analysis of Life position, Unit 3 Communication Introduction to Communication Flow. of Communication Listening Barriers, of Communication How to overcome barriers. of communication, Unit 4 Stress Introduction to Stress Causes of Stress Impact.
Management Stress Managing Stress, Unit 5 Group Dynamics Importance of groups in organization. and Team Interactions in group Group, Building Decision Taking Team Building Interaction. with the Team How to build a good team, Unit 6 Conflict Introduction to Conflict Causes of Conflict. Management Managing Conflict, Unit 7 Performance Introduction to Performance Appraisal. Appraisal Vertical Appraisal Horizontal Appraisal, 360 Performance Appraisal.
Methods of improving Techniques of, Performance Appraisal. Unit 8 Time Time as a Resource Identify Important Time. Management Wasters Individual Time Management, Styles Techniques for better Time. Management, Unit 9 Motivation Introduction to Motivation Relevance and. types of Motivation Motivating the subordinates, Analysis of Motivation. Day wise Breakup, Session I Registration Familiarisation and Inauguration.
and Introduction to the Course, Session II Problem identification report presentation. Day 1 and discussion, Session III Introduction to Leadership. Session IV Leadership Styles, Session I Interpersonal Relations. Session II Boss Subordinate Relations, Session III Introduction to Communication. Session IV Barriers of Communication, Session I Introduction to Stress and Causes of Stress.
Session II Impact of Stress and Managing Stress, Session III Group Dynamics. Session IV Team Building, Session I Introduction to Conflict. Session II Managing Conflict, Day 4 Session III Introduction to Performance Appraisal. Session IV Designing a Performance Appraisal System. Session I Time Management, Session II Managing time meaningfully. Session III Motivation, Session IV Action Plan Evaluation and Valediction.
Day One Forenoon, Registration Familiarisation and Inauguration 45 minutes. Introduction to the course 45 minutes, This session involves a detailed discussion pertaining to the aims and objectives. of the course in general The introduction of the total content areas is also. attempted in this session, Problem Identification 45 minutes. Suggested methodology Group discussion, During this session the participants will be divided into specific number of. groups and each group is expected to discuss the problems that they are facing in. their organisation Each group is to have a leader who is to present a. consolidated report of the problems faced by the members of his group. Report Presentation and discussion 45 minutes, After the presentation of the reports by each of the leaders in order to fulfil the.
requirement of this session in Problem Identification the course director will be. preparing a detailed list of all the problems cited The list of problems will then be. circulated to all the trainers who are handling the various sessions. Day One Afternoon Leadership, Objectives, To impart knowledge sharpen skills and orient attitudes of participants so that. they are capable of performing better in their roles as leaders based on the. Leadership importance and significance the concept leader vs manager. Are all leaders managers Are all managers leaders categories of leaders. entrepreneurial administrative political Leadership styles autocratic. authoritarian and paternalistic democratic laizzes faire Leadership style. the concept of situational leadership identification of individual leadership. styles and construction of personal leadership style profiles. Methodology Suggested, 3 Group Discussion, 4 Case Studies. Time Schedule, 1 Lecture cum discussion on, leadership concepts 45 minutes. 2 Exercise of tower building 60 minutes, and discussion. 3 TP Leadership style, questionnaire Construction, of Personal Leadership.
style profiles 30 minutes, 4 Experience sharing 45 minutes. Total 180 minutes, Instructions to Trainers, During the initial discussion importance and primacy of leadership should be. highlighted The concept of leader and manager should compared and. contrasted It should be made clear that while categorization of leadership is. based on what leaders do or what they are capable of doing best identification. of leadership styles is based on how leaders perform the tasks of. 1 making decisions, 2 implementing decisions, The tower building exercise if properly conducted can be a very powerful tool. to bring out participants leadership styles and even to compare their relative. merits and demerits, Two participants should be requested to volunteer to take up the roles of leader. and follower They should be requested to come to the front and shown the blocks. with which they have to build a tower They should also be told that the follower. will be blind folded and that she he will be allowed to use only one hand and will have. to build the tower based on the leader s instructions. It should also be told that they should try to build as high a tower as possible. Before announcement of work they should be asked to give their estimate of the. height of the tower they are going to build in terms of number of blocks These should. be recorded Care should be taken to note even minute details such as whether the. estimates given are based on mutual consultation or are individual opinions. After the briefing the follower should be blindfolded and made to stand on one. side of the table on which the blocks are kept and the leader should be instructed to. stand on the opposite side Then they should proceed to construct the tower Even. minute aspects of the behaviour of the leader and follower should be observed and. recorded such as, 1 leader s behaviour at the beginning especially goal setting.
2 whether the leader tries to encourage control and motivate the follower. 3 Does the leader provide feedback to the follower If yes is it sufficient. 4 How do they respond react in case the tower collapses during the. construction, 5 Leaders behaviour at Project completion. After the team completes the tower construction there should be a guided. discussion on all aspects of the teams performance viz goal setting leadership styles. communication empathy etc, The TP Leadership Questionnaire should be administered after the exercise of. tower building Required instructions are given on the Questionnaire Score. Sheet and Leadership style Profile Sheet, Based on the leadership style of individual participants discussions as to. whether any change in their styles is required etc can be made. Day Two Forenoon Interpersonal Relations, Transactional Analysis. Objectives, To create an awareness in the participants with regard to the different aspects of.
interpersonal relations based on the ideas envisaged in Transactional Analysis. and their relative significance in the context of the functional effectiveness of. organisations, Introduction, Analysis of different ego states. Analysis of Transactions, Analysis of Strokes, Analysis of Life position. Methodology, 1 Lecture Method, 2 Questionnaire method. Time Schedule, 15 minutes Introduction, 45 minutes Analysis of different ego states. 30 minutes Administor the questionnaire and analysis different ego. 30 minutes Analysis of Transactions, 30 minutes Analysis of Strokes.
30 minutes Analysis of Life position, Instruction to Trainers. 1 Introduction, In this section participants are to be provided with theoretical knowledge with. regard to nature types and outcomes of various interpersonal relationships in. relation with Transactional Analysis, 2 Analysis of Ego States. In this session Ego States are to be analysed with the help of concrete examples. in the organisational set up This session involves the use of a lecture cum. discussion method, After the analysis of ego status the questionnaire for identifying the same may. be administered to the participants and their responses scored in accordance with. the scoring schedule provided The scores are then analysed and interpreted in. order to provide the participants informations regarding this relative positions. with regard to different ego states, 3 Analysis of Transactions.
The participants should be made aware of the different types of transactions. such as complementary crossed and ulterior transactions and are then. encouraged to identify their predominant style of transaction Then the merits. and demerits of the different styls are evaluated and the need scope and method. of changing the styles as and when required is also discussed. 4 Analysis of Strokes, Strokes can be considered in the most simple way as forms of rewards. appreciations and punishments They can be either positive or negative and all. people need them for being and also for performing After providing the. awareness regarding the different stroking patterns to the participants they are. asked to make an evaluation of their stroking patterns and identify their merits. personality The objective of such courses is to remove or screen out those barriers or obstructions that stand in the way of the expression of individual personality through a process of training 2 The present module on personality development is specifically design to cater to the demands of training courses

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