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Personality Characteristics

Why Personality Characteristics?

We all know extroverted people and others who are introverted. We are aware of people who are creative by nature and others who are more analytical. We know people who demonstrate highly varied behavioral characteristics depending on the social environment. So how do these varied “types” apply to a transactional approach?

Through most of human history, it has been posited that human beings generally fall into one of four basic personality or behavioral types or temperaments. The earliest record of this was written in 400BC by Hippocrates, who noted that the four basic temperaments of human behavior were idea-oriented, theory-oriented, action-oriented, and fact-oriented.

Complete the form below to to see the four personality groupings that we teach in our programs.

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