The Organized Disposition person is likely to appreciate being noticed for:
- respect for rules and procedures
- ability to do what you say you will do
- ability to turn things in on time
- ability to create routine and order
- careful attention to details
Link to interactive PREZI: Organized Disposition Family/Group Contributions
How others see people with an Organized Disposition:
- Spontaneous Disposition people might see them as too strict, too serious, no fun.
- Curious Disposition people might see them as boring, “up-tight.”
- Supportive Disposition people might see them as inflexible and caring more about rules than people.
- Imaginative Disposition people might see them as boring, uninteresting, stuck in old thinking.
Link to interactive PREZI: Organized Disposition Family/Group How Others See You
How people with an Organized Disposition see others:
- They might see Spontaneous Disposition people as too disorganized, “flaky,” “flighty.”
- They might see Curious Disposition people as disorderly, in their own world.
- They might Supportive Disposition people as too involved in the lives of others, emotional, “busybodies.”
- They might see Imaginative Disposition people as not serious about getting things done, “moody”, spacy.
Link to interactive PREZI: Organized Disposition Family/Group How You See Others
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