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falih betti al-shawi

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Personal Profile
Foundation Chapter
Management Chapter
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Personal Details
falih betti al-shawi
head suction / mechanical south romula
falihbetty@roobasra.com
LD3 Aug 11th 2013
iraq/ basra
basra
iraq
o7705617978
Date Completed 13/07/2013
Date Printed 22/07/2013
Insights Learning and Development Ltd.
Jack Martin Way, Claverhouse Business Park, Dundee, DD4 9FF, Scotland
Telephone: +44(0)1382 908050
Fax: +44(0)1382 908051
E-mail: insights@insights.com
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Contents
Introduction 4
Overview 5
Personal Style 5
Interacting with Others 5
Decision Making 6
Key Strengths & Weaknesses 8
Strengths 8
Possible Weaknesses 9
Value to the Team 10
Communication 11
Effective Communications 11
Barriers to Effective Communication 12
Possible Blind Spots 13
Opposite Type 14
Communication with falih betti's Opposite Type 15
Suggestions for Development 16
Management 17
Creating the Ideal Environment 17
Managing falih betti 18
Motivating falih betti 19
Management Style 20
The Insights Wheel 21
Insights Colour Dynamics 22
Jungian Preferences 23
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Introduction
This Insights Discovery profile is based on falih betti al-shawis responses to the Insights
Preference Evaluator which was completed on 13/07/2013.
The origins of personality theory can be traced back to the fifth century BC, when Hippocrates
identified four distinct energies exhibited by different people. The Insights System is built
around the model of personality first identified by the Swiss psychologist Carl Gustav Jung.
This model was published in his 1921 work Psychological Types and developed in
subsequent writings. Jungs work on personality and preferences has since been adopted as
the seminal work in understanding personality and has been the subject of study for thousands
of researchers to the present day.
Using Jung's typology, this Insights Discovery profile offers a framework for
self-understanding and development. Research suggests that a good understanding of self,
both strengths and weaknesses, enables individuals to develop effective strategies for
interaction and can help them to better respond to the demands of their environment.
Generated from several hundred thousand permutations of statements, this profile is unique.
It reports statements which your Evaluator responses indicate may apply to you. Modify or
delete any statement which does not apply, but only after checking with colleagues or friends
to identify whether the statement may be a blind spot for you.
Use this profile pro-actively. That is, identify the key areas in which you can develop and take
action. Share the important aspects with friends and colleagues. Ask for feedback from them
on areas which seem particularly relevant for you and develop an action plan for growth
personally and interpersonally.
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Overview
These statements provide a broad understanding of falih bettis work style. Use this section to
gain a better understanding of his approaches to his activities, relationships and decisions.
Personal Style
falih betti is an innovator, always aware of new possibilities and different ways of doing
things. falih betti is stimulated by challenges and often shows ingenuity in meeting them. He
appears to thrive on a wide variety of tasks focusing on a motivating or promoting role. He
focuses attention on achieving success and acquiring status symbols as evidence of that
success. He needs work that makes use of his strongly creative drive.
Tasks that involve practical day-to-day maintenance tend to frustrate him. Fatigue and pressure
from over-commitment may trigger stressful reactions in him. Often his enthusiasmand drive
makes him overwork. He tends to see the environment as welcoming, challenging and
exhilarating, and if it is not, he tries to create that atmosphere. He prefers to improvise on the
spot and get started right away, instead of preparing and planning ahead. falih betti is a curious
and keen student of all that is going on around him.
falih betti has a natural instinct for spotting trends and future developments, often before others
are even remotely aware of them. Details and the deeper interpersonal skills are not his strong
points as he is mainly interested in seeing the possibilities beyond the present. At work he
often makes significantly more starts than finishes and he may need someone else to follow
through with the details. He can benefit from learning and applying time management and
personal organisation skills, rather than just giving the impression of having mastered the
system. He may lose interest and move on to the next thing, once a job becomes routine or dull.
He will lose interest quickly and lack the self-discipline necessary to complete what he has
started unless the project can continue to excite his vision. Lively and entertaining, and with
infectious energy, he needs change and variety in order to be at his best. His energy comes
from a variety of new projects and interests. He may show interest in so many different things
that he has difficulty focusing on priorities. He needs to learn to see things through to
completion or get other people to finish what he has started. His social gatherings are frequent
and worth attending, particularly when they mark important events.
His imaginative perception gives him the energy to start lots of new projects, and keep a large
number of balls in the air. He prefers to deal with a variety of situations, people and events, all
at the same time. He is inventive, independent and can be extremely perceptive of the potential
contained within the views of others. With contagious enthusiasm and a world full of
possibilities, he sees so many ideas he may have great difficulty concentrating on one. His
interest lies in seeing possibilities beyond what is already present and known, by using his
insight, ingenuity and intellect.
Interacting with Others
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People see falih betti as enthusiastic, ingenious, imaginative and dynamic, with highly
developed interpersonal skills. Visualising future programmes or outcomes that seem
impossible now, he may well see them come to fruition months or even years later. An Ideas
person who likes to engage in several tasks at a time, he hates uninspired routine and finds
slow moving projects and people extremely difficult to relate to Some events for him quickly
turn into special occasions for everyone. Because he is so interested in possibilities, falih betti
sees significance in everything while preferring to keep lots of options open.
He encourages freedom and independence and is good at getting things done through other
people when he slows down and takes the time to delegate. Energetic, gregarious and sociable,
his intuition heightens his insight, vision, curiosity and desire for new ideas. He prefers
creating a busy and exciting world around him. He may sometimes present himself as an
expert, fully knowledgeable on a subject and eager to educate others about it. This can
sometimes prove embarrassing when challenged by a more qualified expert. falih betti's
preferred focus is on the positive, harmonious and uplifting aspects of people and human
relations.
falih betti loves challenge, and is far-sighted and enthusiastic. While constantly striving to
increase his competence and personal power, he is outgoing, talkative and can cope with a
large number of different projects. He attracts many friends and acquaintances. He deals
imaginatively with social relationships which generate a large variety of acquaintances. He is
a networking expert. falih betti's feelings play a prominent role in his life and he manages to
inject a friendly element into any work he is assigned to or involved in. falih betti has a
remarkable ability to get people to follow his lead.
Decision Making
falih betti finds problems stimulating and is ingenious in tackling complex situations. He is
driven to think up many alternatives for a project or system due to his ability to constantly see
the big picture. As an extraverted, future oriented person, he may fear failure but knows how to
turn it on its head into something positive, if the event occurs. Constantly generating ideas, he
sometimes has trouble focusing on just one thing at a time and can find difficulty in making
consistent and lasting decisions. He is a good, practical judge of character, and tends to use
intuition where both people and decisions are concerned. Decisions made on the basis of logic
alone are not highly valued by him.
falih betti's many accomplishments are achieved mainly through determination and
perseverance in reaching or exceeding his high standards. He is stimulated by difficulties and
is most ingenious in solving them. He has a tendency towards making higher risk decisions.
People occasionally see falih betti making decisions that appear to fly in the face of logic. He
may lack sustained focus on the problem in hand.
His direct, sometimes erratic approach tends to work against himbeing totally consistent on a
day to day basis. He is happiest in a role which allows him to exercise his ingenuity to tackle
one project after another. He sees so many possibilities that he sometimes has difficulty
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selecting the best activity or interest to pursue, or in keeping to the agreed track. With his
enthusiasm and spontaneity, falih betti brings a refreshing approach to decision making. He is
a quick decision maker and considers people within the context of the result of the task.
Personal Notes
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Key Strengths & Weaknesses
Strengths
This section identifies the key strengths which falih betti brings to the organisation. falih betti
has abilities, skills and attributes in other areas, but the statements below are likely to be some
of the fundamental gifts he has to offer.
falih bettis key strengths:
Excellent communication and presentation skills.
Takes advantage of opportunities.
Articulate and competitive self starter.
Constantly strives towards self improvement.
Can act spontaneously.
Imaginative problem solver.
Seeks variety in both tasks and relationships.
Understands the importance of style in presentation.
Adaptable and adventurous.
Conceptual thinker, sees the big picture.
Personal Notes
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Key Strengths & Weaknesses
Possible Weaknesses
Jung said wisdom accepts that all things have two sides. It has also been said that a
weakness is simply an overused strength. falih betti's responses to the Evaluator have
suggested these areas as possible weaknesses.
falih bettis possible weaknesses:
His outwardly directed energy can be overpowering to some.
May not dot all the is and cross all the ts.
Will set unrealistic deadlines for himself and others.
Can be perceived as manipulative or coercive.
His confidence can sometimes be interpreted as arrogance.
May see the world through rose-tinted glasses.
May be prone to embellishing the truth.
Dislikes and avoids routine tasks.
Agrees at the time, then conveniently forgets later!
Has to work hard to maintain a specific focus.
Personal Notes
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Value to the Team
Each person brings a unique set of gifts, attributes and expectations to the environment in
which they operate. Add to this list any other experiences, skills or other attributes which falih
betti brings, and make the most important items on the list available to other team members.
As a team member, falih betti:
Is flexible, co-operative, versatile and easy going.
Uses his highly-developed relationship skills.
Initiates the group dynamics.
Initiates and self-starts the projects.
Brings boundless energy to any situation.
Initiates, justifies, actions and defends.
Creates considerable activity.
Provides inspiration and perspiration.
Can become a persuasive, inspirational leader.
Motivates others with contagious enthusiasm.
Personal Notes
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Communication
Effective Communications
Communication can only be effective if it is received and understood by the recipient. For
each person certain communication strategies are more effective than others. This section
identifies some of the key strategies which will lead to effective communication with falih betti.
Identify the most important statements and make them available to colleagues.
Strategies for communicating with falih betti:
Maintain a positive and open stance.
Talk about him and areas he finds stimulating.
Indulge in speculation and offer opinions readily.
Share in and promote his ideas and visions.
Don't always expect brief, specific answers.
Be clear on completion details.
Be prepared to make allowances for his occasional mistakes.
Recognise both him and his achievements.
Be tolerant of his need to switch topics without notice.
Support his goals with suggestions for achievement.
Generate inspiration by recalling past successes.
Support his need for new ideas, material and challenges.
Personal Notes
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Communication
Barriers to Effective Communication
Certain strategies will be less effective when communicating with falih betti. Some of the
things to be avoided are listed below. This information can be used to develop powerful,
effective and mutually acceptable communication strategies.
When communicating with falih betti, DO NOT:
Expect to rail road him - without a fight.
Speak too slowly or hesitantly.
Be curt-lipped, sharp, prickly or abrasive.
Assume he has heard you.
Engage in laboriously long meetings.
Criticise, condemn or suppress his enthusiasm.
Reduce the pace of a free-flowing conversation.
Isolate him or disregard his involvement.
Assume you will complete all of your agenda.
Talk with him using a low-key voice tone.
Restrict his ability to take action.
Act aggressively or reject his ideas without explanation.
Personal Notes
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Possible Blind Spots
Our perceptions of self may be different to the perceptions others have of us. We project who
we are onto the outside world through our persona and are not always aware of the effect
our less conscious behaviours have on others. These less conscious behaviours are termed
Blind Spots. Highlight the important statements in this section of which you are unaware
and test them for validity by asking for feedback from friends or colleagues.
falih bettis possible Blind Spots:
When he doesn't see the logic in others' feelings, falih betti can appear argumentative and
difficult to approach, and may not seek or accept common-sense advice. Prone to anger, he has
a strong, active conscience and may become upset if others simply do not follow his lead.
What he perceives as his own flamboyant behaviour can sometimes be seen by others as
crudeness and may alienate the very people he is trying to impress. He tends to be seen by
others as dictatorial and can be aggressive in arguing his position. To avoid making mistakes,
he should digest all the information before acting.
People can see that he doesn't always take a rational or objective view of the world. Although
he can do certain detailed work he will tend to be less careful and more restless in longer term
projects. He may jump to conclusions without gathering all the necessary information or taking
the time to really understand the situation. Slowing down to consider the ramifications of his
actions on others will make him more effective. Because he is fascinated with solving
problems, he tends to be impatient with routine details and may lose interest in a project if it
requires intensive follow-through.
falih betti's tendency to become distracted from finishing the tasks he starts sometimes may
make him appear indifferent or disinterested to some. Tending to overlook other people's
feelings and becoming blunt and insensitive in his desire to be frankly honest, falih betti rushes
from one experience to another. falih betti's reluctance to see one thing through stems in part
from a concern that in so doing he may be missing other, more appealing opportunities.
Personal Notes
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Opposite Type
The description in this section is based on falih betti's opposite type on the Insights Wheel.
Often, we have most difficulty understanding and interacting with those whose preferences are
different to our own. Recognising these characteristics can help in developing strategies for
personal growth and enhanced interpersonal effectiveness.
Recognising your Opposite Type:
falih bettis opposite Insights type is the Coordinator, J ungs Introverted Sensing type.
The Coordinator is a careful, cautious, conventional person who is diplomatic and sincere.
Coordinators tend to be very loyal, precise and disciplined with high standards and
expectations of self. Coordinators may appear to lack self-confidence and prefer to operate in a
structured and ordered manner, focusing on established guidelines rather than future
possibilities.
falih betti will often observe the Coordinator procrastinating on a decision until all of the facts
and details are available. falih betti may also see the Coordinator as a critical and ideological
thinker who will be quiet and reserved around strangers. Coordinators do not like stress or
chaos and tend to be rather private, requiring support and reassurance. They prefer to build
close relationships with small groups of people and like to retain the familiar and predictable.
The Coordinator becomes stubborn if pressured, particularly by falih betti!
Coordinators are concerned with what is right and, to falih betti, appear slow in decision
making. They prefer a steady-paced environment with little interpersonal aggression and they
tend to distrust outgoing people. They are motivated by schedule and order and are among the
most private of the Insights types. falih betti sees the Coordinator as ever concerned with
efficiency, becoming stressed when others do not stick to tightly laid down schedules and
plans.
Personal Notes
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Opposite Type
Communication with falih betti's Opposite Type
Written specifically for falih betti, this section suggests some strategies he could use for
effective interaction with someone who is his opposite type on the Insights Wheel.
falih betti al-shawi: How you can meet the needs of your Opposite Type:
Deal with him privately and on a one-to-one basis when appropriate.
Ensure he has all the facts he needs before pressing for a decision.
Encourage him to consider flexibility and change.
Give him time to express himself.
Respect his knowledge of the job.
Let him organise his thoughts.
falih betti al-shawi: When dealing with your opposite type DO NOT:
Expect rapid acceptance of new ideas.
Fail to be attentive to his suggestions.
Go to a meeting with him without adequate facts and figures.
Dismiss his work, ideas or opinions lightly.
Interrupt his thought processes.
Be too loud and hearty.
Personal Notes
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Suggestions for Development
Insights Discovery does not offer direct measures of skill, intelligence, education or training.
However, listed below are some suggestions for falih bettis development. Identify the most
important areas which have not yet been addressed. These can then be incorporated into a
personal development plan.
falih betti may benefit from:
Not expecting others to always share his optimistic stance.
Trying to really understand and relate to quiet, thoughtful people.
Questioning people about their assumptions.
Being less vocal at group meetings.
Analysing procedures to identify overlaps and possible conflict.
Solving problems more slowly and methodically.
Setting deadlines - then sticking to them.
Not seeking to relate all new ideas to his own situation.
Appreciating that there are circumstances where order and structure are essential.
Slowing down and thinking things through.
Personal Notes
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Management
Creating the Ideal Environment
People are generally most effective when provided with an environment which suits their
preferences and style. It can be uncomfortable to work in an environment which does not.
This section should be used to ensure a close match between falih bettis ideal environment
and his current one and to identify any possible frustrations.
falih bettis Ideal Environment is one in which:
Bright, motivational, inspirational posters and prints abound.
The daily battle can be fought on a large field with few boundaries.
His ideas are heard and encouraged.
Activities, variety and change are constantly taking place.
Modesty is not a pre-requisite.
He does not have to sit quietly in reflection for longish periods.
Detail and routine tasks are carried out by someone else.
Certificates of achievement and quality awards can be seen.
The surroundings may be comfortably and classily furnished and decorated.
There may be noise, i.e. music or a general buzz of excitement.
Personal Notes
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Management
Managing falih betti
This section identifies some of the most important strategies in managing falih betti. Some of
these needs can be met by falih betti himself and some may be met by his colleagues or
management. Go through this list to identify the most important current needs, and use it to
build a personal management plan.
falih betti needs:
Freedom to experiment with his own visions.
Support for his style by providing back-up.
Experience of working with peer groups to develop perspective and balance.
Support in completing tasks he starts.
Worthy and talented competition.
Encouragement and empathy when his visions turn sour!
Occasional performance reviews and a sharp shock to maintain his focus.
To be aware of his frenetic work pace and recognise the effect this may have on others.
To hit the most balls in the shortest amount of time.
Regular reinforcement of goals, activities and timeframes.
Personal Notes
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Management
Motivating falih betti
It has often been said that it is not possible to motivate anyone - only to provide the
environment in which they will motivate themselves. Here are some suggestions which can
help to provide motivation for falih betti. With his agreement, build the most important ones
into his Performance Management System and Key Result Areas for maximum motivation.
falih betti is motivated by:
A key role within a successful team.
The availability of support staff to assist with some of the paperwork.
Setting stretching goals for himself and others to achieve.
Freedom to articulate wild ideas.
Seeing the results of his efforts.
Participation in lively arguments, debate and discussions.
Authority to match his responsibilities.
Having large mountains to climb.
Career prospects that appear unlimited.
Discovering and exploiting competitive weaknesses.
Personal Notes
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Management Style
There are many different approaches to management, most of which have different situational
applications. This section identifies falih bettis natural management approach and offers
clues to his management style, highlighting both gifts and possible hindrances that can be
further explored.
In managing others, falih betti may tend to:
Be optimistic and sometimes over-confident of the abilities of his staff to perform
effectively.
Motivate others through his creativity and imagination.
Support a friendly, participative environment.
Prompt people who naturally work at a slower pace.
Project a high profile image of self and team.
Worry about having to depend on people whose main interest lies in the detail.
Be good at initiating and developing team contacts.
Appear superficial and rather flamboyant to some.
Show great pride in, and demand recognition for, his team.
Have difficulty separating being liked as a manager from being liked for oneself.
Personal Notes
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The Insights Wheel
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Conscious Wheel Position
145: Creative Inspiring Motivator (Accommodating)
Personal (Less Conscious) Wheel Position
104: Creative Directing Motivator (Focused)
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Insights Colour Dynamics
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Persona
(Conscious)
BLUE
3.80
63%
GREEN
2.99
50%
YELLOW
4.12
69%
RED
3.28
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BLUE
1.88
31%
GREEN
2.72
45%
YELLOW
2.20
37%
RED
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Preference
Flow
44.6%
(Conscious) (Less Conscious)
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Jungian Preferences
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Attitude/Orientation:
Introversion (I) Extraversion (E)
100 100 0
Rational (Judging) Functions:
Thinking (T) Feeling (F)
100 100 0
Irrational (Perceiving) Functions:
Sensing (S) Intuition (N)
100 100 0
(Conscious) (Less Conscious)