Family / Group Interactions
The Supportive Disposition person is likely to appreciate being noticed for:
- ability to create friendly atmospheres
- ability to give emotional support
- attention to their needs
- sense of team work
- “class spirit”
Link to interactive PREZI: Supportive Disposition Family/Group Contributions
How others see people with a Supportive Disposition:
- Spontaneous Disposition people might see them as unable to relax, too interested in what other others are doing, nosy.
- Organized Disposition people might see them as unable to get work done because they are too involved with the problems of others.
- Curious Disposition people might see them as overly sensitive, unable to be alone.
- Imaginative Disposition people might see them as very talkative, annoying, unable to be quiet.
Link to interactive PREZI: Supportive Disposition Family/Group How Others See You
How people with a Supportive Disposition see others:
- They might see Spontaneous Disposition people as out of control, rude, not serious.
- They might see Organized Disposition people as too strict, too serious.
- They might see Curious Disposition people as too unemotional, “uncaring” and too interested in being smart.
- They might see Imaginative Disposition people as in their own world and spending too much time alone.
Link to interactive PREZI: Supportive Disposition Family/Group How You See Others
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