TRUE COLORS

    Personality Temperament  

The Power of Knowing Your True Colors

TRUE COLORS 

 

Don Lowry, founder and developer of True Colors realized over thirty years ago that each of us has a different and unique personality; however, there are commonalities that we share.

 

True Colors is an attempt to identify various personality styles and label them with colors.

 

This model of categorizing personality styles is based on many years of work by other researchers and psychologists.

 

Essentially it draws heavily on the work of Isabel Briggs-Myers, Katherine Briggs, and David Keirsey. Don Lowry, a student of Keirsey, developed the system called True Colors which uses four primary colors to designate personality types and behavioral styles.

 

Lowry’s objective was the application of temperament or personality style to facilitate deeper communications and understanding. He hoped it would result in positive self-worth and self-esteem.

 

The True Colors program was designed to maximize the application of psychological style in the workplace, in the family and in education and in other types of communities. The ease of understanding and use in all human relationships and interactions make this model very functional.  

 

Understanding True Colors will make a significant impact on your life that will better equip you to better understand yourself and others who you will teach, motivate, coach, mentor, etc. 

 

The belief is that with increased understanding of ourselves and others that conflict will decrease. Once you learn your color and that of your co-workers, you will have a better understanding of why they behave the way they do!

 

To learn more about True Colors, download attachments below.  ENJOY YOUR JOURNEY OF KNOWELDGE TO DISCOVER YOUR TRUE COLOR 

 

 

The True Colors Webinar Trainings are facilitated by founder Don Lowry, his core leaders to include Dr. Diana Clemons. Our goal is to guide the Dr. Munroe TEAM members on a journey that will help you to:

 

1. Discover the qualities and characteristics of their own particular personality style or type.

 

2.  Gain an understanding of other

     personality styles.

 

 

                    

 

 

To Become A Certified True Colors Instructor or you need a True Colors Trainer To Teach Your Leaders...

Contact Dr. Diana E. Clemons at (816) 985-1338

DISCOVER YOUR TRUE COLOR: 

Mary Miscisin, personality expert will teach you how to identify your personality traits by using four vivid colors; she will also provide the tools that will help you gain insight into why people behave the way they do.

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DISCOVERING YOUR TRUE COLOR

 

Each color is associated with certain personality traits or behaviors. Everyone has some degree of each color, but one color is predominant. The following assessement will identify your color spectrum. Print out the following two pages.

 

Follow the directions carefully and transfer your scores to the score sheet. If you have two colors with the same score, you pick which one you think more accurately describes you.  

 

There are two assessment to choose from that will have the same results based.  Choose One

   Discovering Your Personality Through Myers Briggs  

INTP? ENFJ? Discover your personality type according to the theory of Myers and Briggs. Learn about the four facets of personality, and discover the four-letter personality type that fits you best. 

 

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             Discovering Your Personality  

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       The True Colors Model – You Are UNIQUELY Differen

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To Learn about your True Colors, download the files below

 

ESFJ: Myers-Briggs®

Type and Teams

ESFJ personality preferences (Extraversion, Sensing, Feeling, Judging) and the implications for team building. MBTI® Master Practitioner, Patrick Kerwin provides an overview of ESFJ preferences, including strengths and potential challenges in a team context.

 

He  also offers tips and suggestions for developing ESFJ team members to their fullest.

 

Dr. Diana E. Clemons:  

True Colors:  Blue Gold

Matthew Kirsey and Myers Briggs:  ESFJ