Each human being is unique and complex. However there are also many similarities and generalised behaviour patterns or personality programmes that can be observed.
By the age of three to five years old, we have each formed many impressions and attitudes regarding how we interpret and interact with our environment. Most of us never choose to go back and review these attitudes, so spend the rest of our lives acting within these “behavioural prisons”.
In the part of the course that covers Personality Programmes, we review the basic personality types, their associated behaviours and attitudes, as well as how to recognise the degree to which these programmes are present by observing facial features and characteristics. Each of these personality styles have both comfortable and uncomfortable aspects and we discuss how the underlying belief systems are formed. Additionally, we will explore ways to most effectively interact with the various programmes – socially, professionally and personally.