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This ppt is based upon Stephen Covey's 'Seven Habits of Highly Effective People'. I have also added inputs from different other presentations on self-development.

This ppt is based upon Stephen Covey's 'Seven Habits of Highly Effective People'. I have also added inputs from different other presentations on self-development.

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  • Source: Thomas Gordon, Parent Effectiveness Training, New York: Peter H. Wyden, 1970, pp 41-47, 108-117, 321-27

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  • 1. EXPLORING SELF
  • 2. SELF- DEVELOPMENT TIPS
  • 3.
      • Be proactive
      • Begin with end in mind
      • Put first thing first
      • Think win-win
      • Seek first to understand, then to be understood
      • Synergise
      • Sharpen the saw
  • 4. Be proactive
    • Not just react on what is happening around
    • Inculcate forward thinking
    • Anticipate
    • Plan
    • Expand boundaries
    • Act
    The game of nine dots to explain proactive thinking
  • 5. Game of 9 Dots
    • Connect all nine dots
    • by drawing four straight lines
    • without lifting your pen
  • 6.
    • Develop vision
    • Formulate mission statement
    • Set goal
    • Sub-divide goal into objectives
    • Plan activities to achieve objectives
    • Act
    Begin with the end in mind
  • 7.
    • Short
    • Measurable
    • Action oriented
    • Realistic
    • Time bound
    SMART OBJECTIVES
  • 8. An adaptation of the Jo-Harry window Put first thing first Urgent Not urgent Important Not important
  • 9. Put first thing first
    • Emphasis on
    • Planning
    • Relationship management
    • Prioritization
    • Eliminating the redundant and unproductive practices
  • 10. Think Win-Win
    • Work in team
    • Help others speak out
    • Help others develop
    • Help others contribute
    • Develop relationship
    • Do not try to win at the cost of others, let others win and you win in the process
    • You win, others lose
    • You lose, others win
    • You lose, others lose
    • You win, others win
  • 11. Win - Lose
    • you vs. me
    • victory or defeat
    • personalized
    • narrow viewpoint
    • poor listening
    • judgmental
    • independent of each other
    • closed-minded
    • positional
    • compliance
  • 12. Win – Win
    • lots of options
    • explore interests
    • interdependent
    • relationship focused
    • process valued
    • de-personalized
    • mutual air time
    • active listening promoted
  • 13. Seek first to understand, then to be understood: 10 Commandments for active listening
    • Stop talking
    • Put the speaker at ease
    • Show you want to listen
    • Remove distractions
    • Be patient
    • Manage your anger
    • Go easy on argument and criticism
    • Empathize
    • Paraphrase
    • Ask questions
  • 14. Communication ‘Spoilers’
    • Criticizing
    • Name-calling
    • Diagnosing
    • Praising
    • Evaluatively
    • Ordering
    • Threatening
    • Moralizing
    • Excessive/
    • Inappropriate Questioning
    • Advising
    • Diverting
    • Logical Argument
    • Reassuring
  • 15. Shift your internal stance from “ I understand ” to “ Help me understand ”…. everything else follows from that. - Source Unknown
  • 16. Shift Judgement to Curiosity
    • Instead of asking yourself... “ How can they think that!? ”
    Ask yourself... “ I wonder what information they have that I don’t? ” ?
  • 17. Active Listening
    • Listening doesn't mean sitting still with your mouth shut.
    • It is an active process that requires us to participate – burn some calories!
    • To fully understand another person we usually have to:
    • prove our understanding;
    • ask questions; and
    • give feedback.
  • 18. Active Listening Techniques
    • Encouraging
    • Paraphrasing
    • Empathizing
    • Open Questions
    • Reframing
    • Summarizing
  • 19. Syenrgise
    • Work in unison with others
    • Encourage open discussion
    • Encourage positive ideas
    • Brainstorm
    • Develop synergy
  • 20. Sharpen the saw
    • Follow principle-centric paradigm
    • Reflect
    • Retrospect
    • Self analyze
    • Modify
    • Improve upon
  • 21. PERSONALITY WINDOWS Known to Self Unknown to Self Known to Others Unknown to Others OPEN DARK BLIND HIDDEN