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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
Transcript of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
to be understood Synergize Sharpen the saw In his book Covey presents 7 steps to living a life of integrity, dignity, and service to others. These principles are dynamic enough to be applicable even when there are changes happening all around us. Covey feels that these 7 habits will be even more significant when changes are difficult and challenging. HABIT 1 HABIT 2 HABIT 3 HABIT 4 HABIT 5 HABIT 6 HABIT 7 FIRST 3 HABITS This means going a step further than just taking initiative. Being proactive means
to take charge of our own lives. This habit is about starting any activity with a clear end goal in mind. This habit is about starting any activity with a clear end goal in mind. This is a mind-set that looks for mutual benefit in every interaction This habit is about an empathetic listener and knowing how to be understood This is the habit of
creative cooperation This habit is about preserving and renewing the four domains in your life: physical spiritual mental social. Once you become independent, the other
4 habits come into play The first 3 habits deal with mastering yourself HABIT 4,5,6 are based on the guidelines of interpersonal leadership, creative cooperation, and empathetic communication Therefore, these habits are based on emotion rather than intellect. By basing their lives on the 7 habits, readers will find they have the power to make their lives effective, productive, and peaceful. Covey has described the technique for being able to exercise the 4th habit: Think win/win. To arrive at a win/win situation, Covey recommends this approach: 1.Examine the issue from the other perspective
2.Identify major areas of concern and problems of the stakeholders
3.Find out what kind of an outcome would lead to a solution that is fully acceptable to all stakeholders
4.Determine new alternatives to accomplish the desired outcome
According to Covey the elements in a win/win situation are: 1. desired results 2. Guidelines 3. Resources 4. Accountability And.... 5. Consequences