THE CHARACTER CHAMPION FRAMEWORK
The Character Champion Program is our framework that uses four colors for the basic personality principles, and a fifth element that combines all four colors to represent working together. The advice and tools used in this unique program, are based on a sound foundation of research study and experience. It may not to be considered as professional advice, but rather to be considered as personal coaching by an experience educator with a solid base knowledge and good will.
What’s Great About My First Character Champions® Temperment Color?
BLUE SKILLS/NEEDS• Seeks Happiness • Nice & Caring• Wants Harmony • Friendly• Helps Others • Peace-Maker• Giving • Sensitive• Tries to Get Along • Emotional• Likes Affection & Romance• Tries to See the Best in Others• Values Positive Relationships
GOLD SKILLS/NEEDS• Responsible • Hard Working• Reliable • On Time• Plans Ahead • Has Manners• Serious • Organized• Neat • Likes Order• Goes by the Rules• Make Commitments• Tries to Get Others to Do What Is Right
ORANGE SKILLS/NEEDS• Seeks Excitement • Clever• Wants to Be Free • Plays a Lot• Sense of Humor • Risk-Taker• Hates Rigidity • Spontaneous• Adventurous • Bold/Courageous• Does Not Like to Plan Ahead• Tries to Get Others to Loosen Up• Values Physical Skillfulness
GREEN SKILLS/NEEDS• Seeks Knowledge • Uses Logic• Wants to Be Right • Thinks a Lot• Shares Knowledge • Problem-Solver• Hates Stupidity • Critical• Curious • Inventive• Does Not Like to Share Feelings• Tries to Get Others to Be Smarter• Values Intelligence
Character Education should not be considered as just an add on to the current study programs, but as the foundation of curriculum, and later as a way of life.
It is a well established fact that individuals naturally perceive the world differently. The results of this screening inventory will give you greater insight for understanding yourself and others so that learning and communication are enhanced and differences are better understood.
When we feel or see an attack of the Extremes, we use the four S.O.A.R. Steps:
1. Stop the action. Take Perspective and calm yourself (deep breaths, take a walk, take a
time out, find someone to talk to, etc.)
2. Observe what you are feeling and thinking. Identify the problem and brainstorm
options for solving the problem.
3. Act out the chosen plan, using all your character colors to lead you.
4. Review the results of the plan. Did it solve the problem? If not, create a new plan by
starting the S.O.A.R. process all over again. Go back to step 1. Soar, don’t Sink!