1 The 7 Habits on Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change (Stephen R. Covey) SOURCE: YOUTUBE (LINK) ; HT TPS:// H T T P://WWW. AMAZON.COM/THE - HABITS-HIGHLY - EFFEC TIVE-PEOPLE/DP/
2 7 habits is not a quick fix program! Introduction What is the background of the 7 habits? What are the 7 habits? The purpose is to learn to live your life in the most effective way, to achieve both personal goals as well as professional goals. A habit is the intersection of knowledge (what to do?), skill (how to do it?) desire (wanting to do it?) 7 habits are common sense, but mind that common sense is not always common practice! The development of the 7 habits is the result of a study (1976) of popular success literature of the past 2 centuries, of which the basic finding was 150 years focus on character ethic (fidelity, respect, courage, service, etc.) Gradual shift to the personality ethic (techniques, technologies, etc.) (Model: to seem rather than to be ) However lately (in advanced information age) pragmatic survival forces us to go back to the character ethic! Inside out approach: first character, then techniques, this is the foundation of the 7 habits!
3 Sequential and progressive nature of the 7 habits! The maturity continuum: dependence: in need of others to get what one wants, depend on YOU, YOU take care of me, I blame YOU for this mistake, the paradigm of YOU independence: free of external influences; I can do it, I can choose, I am responsible, the paradigm of I interdependence: think in terms of WE, we can be a team, we can combine our talents, we can co-operate, the paradigm of WE Mind: Until you and I are independent, we cannot be interdependent! That s why the first habits focus on leading us from dependence to independence.
4 Sequential and progressive nature of the 7 habits! The first 3 habits character based, following them leads to independence of the I 1. Be Proactive 2. Begin with the End in Mind 3. Put First Things First Source:
5 Sequential and progressive nature of the 7 habits! The next 3 habits work on the interdependence, WE 4. Think Win-Win 5. Seek First to Understand, then to be Understood 6. Synergize The last habit 7. Sharpen the saw, is the habit of continuous improvement
6 Summary 5. Seek First to Understand 6. Synergize 7. Sharpen the Saw 4. Think Win-Win Interdependence leads to Public Victory 1. Be Proactive 2. Begin with the End in Mind 3. First Things First Dependence Independence leads to Private Victory
7 Foundational Concepts for the 7 Habits Principles and Paradigms Effectiveness Relationships Source: Google Search define x
8 Concept of a PRINCIPLE
9 Concept of a PRINCIPLE Principles are natural laws of effectiveness. Example: on a farm, first you need to work the land, sow the seeds, water the plants, pluck weeds, be patient and only then one can harvest the crops. A farm is a natural system governed by principles. All 4 dimensions of a human being are governed by Principles! Spiritual Mental Physical Emotional We are not in control! Principles are in control! So if we accept that principles are determining the outcome of our actions, then if we follow all principles we are in control! Example: Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, but if you learn him how to fish, you will feed him for years. Key is to align our Values, our Habits and our Behavior with Principles!
10 Concept of a PARADIGM
11 Concept of a PARADIGM A paradigm is a thought pattern a mental image of how the things are, an image which is determined and influenced by our social background we see the world the way we think it is, in our frame of reference A paradigm shift can greatly influence our attitude (how we see things / how we feel about something) and behavior (what we do). Therefore we should focus more on changing the paradigm rather than changing the attitude or behavior. Example: the man with the disturbing children on the tube.
12 Concept of EFFECTIVENESS being highly effective
13 Concept of EFFECTIVENESS being highly effective Definition: first get what you want, then get what you want in a way that you can get it over and over again. P-PC balance: balance between Production (desired results) and Production Capability (ability to produce it in a sustainable way) Ex. Maintenance of our body, lawn mower, car, marriage relationship Ex. Popular and successful restaurant, management changed, lowered the quality, short term increasing the revenue, however ultimately lowering the loyalty of the customer and in the end go bankrupt!
14 Concept of RELATIONSHIP
15 Concept of RELATIONSHIP Relations are the emotional bank account, a continuous relationship requires many, many, many positive deposits, but be aware of withdrawals!
16 Concept of RELATIONSHIP Try to truly understand a person to be able to know what a valuable deposit is for that person in his frame of reference
17 Concept of RELATIONSHIP Making and keeping a promise to a person. Mind always carefully consider the costs of promises, because not keeping promises is worse than making commitments) Not keeping promises.
18 Concept of RELATIONSHIP Simple kindness, gratefulness, curiosity, consideration, respect, etc. Small discourtesies, unkindness, disrespect, etc.; With the emotional bank account, small is big and big is small!
19 Concept of RELATIONSHIP Clarifying expectations; define clear roles and goals Ambiguous expectations (if two people have different expectations, then this can quickly become a difficult situation, especially when people take the easy assumption that other people deliberately violate their promises.)
20 Concept of RELATIONSHIP Be loyal to the absent ; always talk about people as if the person is present. If you want to retain the people present, be loyal to the people absent! Bad mouth; duplicity, disloyalty A double-minded person is unstable in all his ways Mind: be aware that a lot of people enjoy talking about other people s weaknesses!
21 Socrates triple filter test Do you know what I just heard about your friend? No No, on the contrary No, not really Before telling me anything I'd like you to take a little test. The triple filter test. Have you made sure that what you are about to tell me is true? Is what you are about to tell me regarding my friend something good? Is what you want to tell me about my friend going to be useful to me? Source: If what you want to tell me may not be true, is not good nor even useful, then why tell it to me at all?
22 Concept of RELATIONSHIP Giving and receiving feedback! Mind always do this in the form of an I-message.
23 Concept of RELATIONSHIP Show patience and persuasion, empathic listening to get things done. Mind that patience is an active verb! Use of power to make things happen! This is a serious violation of relationship, it creates dependency from the other to you!
24 Concept of RELATIONSHIP Ability to apologize. We should constantly apologize because we constantly make mistakes. Justify bad behavior, only apologize halfheartedly, insincerity
25 Concept of RELATIONSHIP Learn to forgive and forget. People do not easily forgive because they expose their vulnerability. Holding a grudge.
26 Foundational Habits, leading to Private Victory 1. Be Proactive Habit 1: Be Proactive 2. Begin with the End in Mind 3. First Things First Source: findingmemo.newmediaservices.com.au
27 Foundational Habit 1: Be Proactive Your life is a product of values, not of your feelings, a product of your decisions, not of external conditions! You are the creative force of your life You are the programmer of your future Awareness that you have control if you take responsibility! (if you are response-able) Focus on the circle of influence! Opposite is to be re-active : Focus on the circle of concern!
28 Foundational Habit 1: Be Proactive Study of Dr. Viktor Frankl, an Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist as well as a holocaust survivor. Stimulus Space Response What happens to us? How we react! Source:
29 Foundational Habit 1: Be Proactive Space stands for the power to choose our own response to any condition, to anything that happens, no matter the circumstances Space to some degree the response to the stimuli will affect the stimuli the freedom to choose our response, this determines our growth and happiness Whatever your situation calls for, you will find creating space is an incredibly powerful part of becoming the person you aspire to be. Dr. Leslie Becker-Phelps Source:
30 Foundational Habit 1: Be Proactive Events / circumstances can be classified into not under your control under indirect control under your direct control Proactive people focus on the circle of influence Be patient and persuasive and the inner circle will start to expand Have the courage to act upon your values Re-active people focus on the circle of concern Example: Ben, the Go-For guy Circle of Influence Circle of Concern No concern
31 Foundational Habits, leading to Private Victory 1. Be Proactive 2. Begin with the End in Mind 3. First Things First Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind The Huck and Tom Technique: Imagine yourself hiding at your own funeral and listening in (like Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer). What would you want people to say? What do you think they would actually say? Your goal: to reduce the difference between the two. Source: See also:
32 Habit 2: Start with the End in Mind This habit is about the goal of our life. Our vision of the end. This habit is about personal and purposeful leadership. Ask yourself the question: what is your life about? This habit is about the blueprint for the house, first design then start building. If habit 1 Be Proactive is telling us You are the programmer of your own life, then habit 2 is saying write the program. This habit applies to everything we do, privately as well as professionally!
33 Habit 2: Start with the End in Mind Define a powerful and personal mission statement! A good mission statement should contain vision and principles. Vision is What are you about? What is this company about? What makes it so great! Principles explain How you will go about it? What does the company value? Writing a good mission statement requires patience, openness, humanity, imagination, use of conscience, collaboration, etc. Source:
34 Habit 2: Start with the End in Mind Basic characteristics of a good Mission Statement: Timeless, situationless and changeless Write the mission statement as if nothing will change from now to the end Off course over time you will need to adapt your mission statement It should deal with Ends and Means It should deal with the 4 basic Needs Life Learn Love Legacy (spiritual meaning of life) It should be implicitly and explicitly clear to all
35 Habit 2: Start with the End in Mind Some no-no s: Do not rush! Do not just announce a Mission Statement, but involve from the start all people that need to follow the Mission Statement Don t ignore your Mission Statement, but always act upon it!
36 Habit 2: Start with the End in Mind Remember when defining a Mission Statement, be patient! Realize that writing a Mission Statement is a creative, inspirational and meaningful exercise, that leads to great motivation of all people involved and impacted by a great Mission Statement! A Mission Statement is a prerequisite for empowerment of the team and makes micro management obsolete! A Mission Statement is your compass for difficult weather!
37 Foundational Habits, leading to Private Victory 1. Be Proactive Habit 3: First Things First 2. Begin with the End in Mind 3. First Things First Source:
38 Habit 3: First Things First This habit is about effective time management. If habit 1 Be Proactive is about the programmer and habit 2 Begin with the End in Mind is about writing the program, then habit 3 is about executing the program! Habit 3 is a test of your integrity! Can you walk by those first things? Can you show the discipline and commitment to live by those first things? Remember the relational paradigm: always put people first!
39 Habit 3: First Things First The paradigm of Time Management It is a misconception that we can manage time! If it doesn t work, let s try to do it more efficiently, faster, maybe skips parts of the process that do not seem to bring value, etc. Did you try to manage your problems, your issues at home with your wife or children also as fast as possible? Did it work out? Actually what we should not try to manage time, but manage ourselves! Source: readytomanage.com
40 Habit 3: First Things First The Time Management Matrix We spend time along two dimensions: 1. Urgency This is determined by the environment Things which require your immediate attention 2. Importance Value based principles Important are the actions and tasks that immediately contribute to your Mission, Values and your high priority goals Not practicing habit 2 Begin with the End in Mind then we would only respond to urgent items!
41 Habit 3: First Things First The Time Management Matrix Fact: management attention goes to quadrant 1 and 3 Do it now! High importance High urgency 1 Interruptions 3 Crises Proximate pressing Pressing problems matters Deadline driven Some Meetings projects Some report Low importance Suppose that your boss asks you to do a task from Q3? Remember that what is important to a person who is important to you, is by definition also important to you! Plan to do it! Prevention Relationship building Planning Preparation Irrelevant phone calls Unimportant mails Pleasant activities Time wasters 2 4 Low urgency Learn to say NO to quadrant 3 and 4!
42 Habit 3: First Things First The six step process to effective personal time management: 1. Connect to your mission 2. Study the roles you have in your life (at home, at work, at the community,...) 3. Select the goals around each of the identified roles 4. Organize on a weekly basis and make a weekly planning (part of a larger plan, but make it small and workable and a week seems to be the minimal timeframe for a plan) The key is not to prioritize what is on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities! 5. Exercise integrity on a daily or even hourly basis on a moment of choice (in other words schedule softly) 6. Evaluate, stand back and reflect on your execution of the past week, adjust and adapt the plan when and where needed!
43 Habit 4: Think Win-Win Habits leading to public victory! 4. Think Win-Win 5. First Seek to Understand, then to be Understood. 6. Synergize Source:
44 Habit 4: Think Win-Win Habit 4 is based on the Principle of Mutual Benefit and Respect, it is the vital factor in leadership and in all of our relationship! It is the habit of Abundance: do not be afraid to hire smarter people, to share knowledge, to share recognition, to share gain and profit, etc. Why? Because of abundance!
45 Habit 4: Think Win-Win Paradigm of Scarcity versus Paradigm of Abundance Most people live according to the paradigm of scarcity. They think in terms of EITHER and OR, they think of loose-win or win-loose, which can ultimately turn into a looseloose if the relationship deteriorates and people do not even care anymore about winning, they are just focused on making the other loose. Too much ego leads to winlose/lose-lose. So we need to think more in turns of Abundance. Everybody can win! It increases knowledge and power. We need to create an environment where this culture is nurtured. Win-Win is a way of thinking about all relationships! Making a Win-Win deal is tough! Mind from the beginning be clear, if no Win-Win, then agree to disagree! If no Win-Win, then no deal! The roots of habit 4 lie in the Public Victory, realized with the first 3 habits. Habit 4 is the seed that leads to Habit 6: Synergize!
46 Habit 4: Think Win-Win The Stewardship Agreement or Win-Win deal 1. Clear description of the desired results, if possible a visual picture Be patient, take your time, help them to write down the description! Best way to know if there is a common understanding of the desired result. 2. Teach people the guidelines, including the no-no s Identify the possible pitfalls (do not reinvent the wheel, let them learn from your mistakes) Tell what to do, not the methods to do it so allow them to take accountability Don t tell them how to do it (Let them learn from their own mistakes) 3. Identify the resources (human, things and financials) 4. Identify the accountability and how it will be checked (criteria) 5. Identify the consequences both in case of success and in case of failure Let them choose / determine the evaluation criteria If the relationship is good, then people will be very tough on themselves!
47 Habit 4: Think Win-Win Article: The seven myths of win-win negotiations Win-Win concept has often been misunderstood! 7 myths of win-win are identified and recommendations are given to overcome these pitfalls! Source:
48 Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, then to be Understood! Habits leading to public victory! 4. Think Win-Win 5. First Seek to Understand, then to be Understood. 6. Synergize
49 Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, then to be Understood! Key of this habit is the sequence in the two parts of the sentence: 1. Understand 2. Be Understood Most people listen with the intend to reply, not to understand! Key to human influence, is first to be influenced! People want you to be influenced by them, before they will be open to be influenced by you! Understanding requires emphatical listening, putting yourself in the shoes of somebody else, getting into their frame of reference! Example: the Indian Talking Stick;
50 Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, then to be Understood! Do not try to be efficient in this habit. Efficiency is counterproductive to be able to understand, because understanding requires time, energy, empathy, risk of exposure, etc. Especially nowadays with , sms, twitter, Facebook, listening and understanding has become extremely difficult. Habit 5 requires emotional strength, patience, openness, time, but in the long run it will be more efficient! Sometimes we spend much more time correcting problems that originated from not listening, not understanding in the first place!
51 Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, then to be Understood! Source:
52 Habit 6: Synergize Habits leading to public victory! 4. Think Win-Win 5. First Seek to Understand, then to be Understood. 6. Synergize Compromise means = 1 ½ or less. Synergy means that may equal 10 or 100 or even 1, Stephen Covey -
53 Habit 6: Synergize If habit 4 Think Win-Win is the root and habit 5 First Seek to Understand is the route, then habit 6 is the fruit! Synergy means: gaining new insights from diversity or even from conflict, creative cooperation, passionate team work! The key of habit 6 is about valuing and celebrating differences, in differences lies a creative dynamic as long as there is a common vision and a common set of principle based values and a deep buyin! In other words it required habits 1 to 3! Example: the 3rd alternative approach at work!
54 Habit 6: Synergize Mind: if no positive synergy, then at best compromise, at worst chaos and negative energy! Compromise is only valuable in an environment of low trust! If no time to resolve a problem synergistically, then do not go into the discussion and spend no energy! Agree upfront to say honestly how important this is for you, and go for the choice of the person that feels strongest about the issue! Since anyway a good relationship is more important than being right, in other words think win-win!
55 The habit of constant renewal 7. Sharpen the Saw Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw
56 Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw Habit 7 is the habit of constant renewal! Example: Do you try to saw down an entire tree without stopping to sharpen the saw? or Have you ever been too busy driving to stop and get gas? This habit is about constant enrichment of the four human dimensions / needs: 1. Physical (body) 2. Mental (mind) 3. Spiritual (soul) 4. Socio-emotional (heart) All four dimensions must be equally developed and nurtured!
57 Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw Dimension I Physical (Body) exercise, run, walk, swim, etc. eat healthy nutrition good stress management: stress is the opposite of having a sense of meaning of integrity Ultimately it creates eustress (Hans Selye). See: The main benefit of spending time to the physical dimension increased self esteem and personal control! Stephen Covey Source:
58 Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw Dimension II Mental (Mind Brain) read books, play games, meet interesting people, etc. do not watch too much TV, or only educational TV, news, entertainment write (writing is a very beneficial exercise for the mind, because it causes to think empathically!) constant commitment to learn continuous learning!
59 Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw Dimension III Spiritual (soul) Make a personal mission statement as if it is made forever, but review it from time to time try to find inspirational reading, to try to understand how other people think read biographies of people you look up to, you connect with build a conscience!
60 Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw Dimension IV Social / Emotional relationship with yourself in relation to other restore that broken relationship today, it will affect all other relationships with other people in your life spend time at home, listen empathically, lift other up
61 Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw Quote: Habit Seven may only take a few hours of your week but it will effect every other hour of your week. Stephen Covey Don t ever neglect sharpening the saw Stephen Covey
62 Conclusions 7 habits of highly effective people Stephen R. Covey ( ) Share the 7 habits with other people, when you teach once, your learn twice! Start with those things which are most important to you to work on! Be patient, never give up! Choose to live your life based upon principles! The power of the 7 habits is in the doing! Example: the Chinese Bamboo tree.
63 Conclusions 7 habits of highly effective people Stephen R. Covey ( ) Source:
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