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Personality Test – How to Find Your True Colors

Posted February 5, 2021 | By ale_bellot

Digital Education Programming Presented by the
Center for Health & Wellbeing

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It’s an incredible feeling to understand yourself and to be understood. But let’s face it — how successful and happy you are can be related to your personality type; it can truly affect your way of living and interaction with the world. In this program, Dr. Stacey Malaret, director of the University of Central Florida Lead Scholars Program, teaches attendees about four personality types and how to uncovering key social information about yourself and others using the True Colors Leadership Personality Assessment. Inspired by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, the True Colors Leadership Personality Assessment is a tool that helps you define your personality and understand how different personality types best interact with each other.

Understanding different personalities and the dynamic between them can be very powerful, especially when the success of your family, group of friends or organization depends on the effective communication within each other. In this presentation, you learn about your individual leadership and personality type, how your type works best in a team and how to get along with people who have a different type than you. After this session, you can apply this knowledge with your family, friends and coworkers!

About Your Program Presenter
Dr. Stacey Malaret is the director of the University of Central Florida (UCF) LEAD Scholars Academy, a leadership development program for undergraduate students. Dr. Malaret teaches leadership studies, student personnel and strategies for student success courses at UCF. She is also a dissertation chair and dissertation member for several students in the Educational Leadership program at CityU of Seattle.

Dr. Malaret is originally from Orlando, Florida and attended the University of Southern Mississippi for her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, graduating in 1996. She then graduated in 1998 from UCF with a Master’s degree in Student Personnel and in 2007 with her Doctorate in Educational Leadership. She has worked in the student development field since 1999. Dr. Malaret resides in Winter Park with her husband, Pedro, and their 12-year-old twins, Madison and Brandon, both of whom attend Glenridge Middle School.