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  • Personal Effectiveness
    • Personal effectiveness means making the most at all personal resources at our disposal - our personal talents, energy and time relative to what's most important to us.
    Personal Effectiveness At Work
    • Personal effectiveness Creates Success.
    • So be a star performer we don’t need only degrees & medals but also self improvement
    Need of this Program
    • Develop ability to think clearly and logically
    • Structure thoughts and present ideas cohesively and effectively
    • Increase levels of confidence in conducting oneself with internal and  external customers
    Benefits
    • Positive Impact
    • Setting Goals
    • The trust Factor – Creating Win-Win Relationship
    • Self mastery – A Plan for Personal Success
    • Workplace Etiquettes
    • Communication
    • Time Management
    • Stress Management
    • Conflict resolution
    • Addressing Emotions at work
    Topics
    • Set of behaviors that are beneficial at all levels of the organization
    • How to be the type of employee successful companies fight to keep, by applying seven high- performance behaviors to their professional life .
    Positive Impact
    • Taking Initiative
    • Stand Out at work
    • 7 habits of Highly effective People by Steven Covey :-
    • 1)Be Proactive
    • 2)Begin with the end in mind
    • 3)Put first thing first
    • 4)Think win – win
    • 5)Seek first to understand, than to be understood
    • 6)Synergize
    • 7)Sharpen the saw
    Set of Behaviors
    • Career development is not always about moving up in the organization.
    • It's more about constantly improving yourself and getting the most out of your job and work life.
    • To stand out in a good way, you need to be aware of the consequences of what you think, say, and do
    Stand Out At Work
    • Think You can (and will) succeed
    • People have confidence in us when we have confidence in ourselves,
    What To think, or Not
  • We gain confidence when Skill & knowledge grow
  • Try New Things Make self development plans
    • Energy
    • Enthusiasm
    • Attitude
    Think about your work as more than a Job
    • Doesn't it feel great to get through the day without challenging ourselves to learn something new or do something great?
    • Go beyond the minimum effort, easy way and the safe path.
    • Work hard
    Think Excellence
  • Don’t complain & Argue too much Don’t use inappropriate language (like swearing ) What to say or not
  • Don't talk about personal problems Don’t talk Politics & Religion
  • What to Do, or Not Look and act professional Be professional by meeting commitments & respecting your responsibilities to others & yourself
  • Have fun at work, and at the same time, let people know you can handle difficult situations with a level head
    • Watch your appearance by being well groomed (bathed, trimmed, combed, etc.) and well dressed (accepted clothing for the position you want, tucked in shirt, clean shoes, matching socks, etc.).
    • Be mature by behaving like a reliable grownup.
    • Build Relationships
    • Learn From your mistakes
    • Be flexible - "That's not my job." "I don't want to do that
    Create growth opportunities for yourself
    • S = Specific
    • M = Measurable
    • A = Attainable
    • R = Realistic
    • T = Timely
    Setting Goals
  • Specific – What, Why and How? Measurable – If you can’t measure it , you can’t manage it Attainable – Goals you set which are too far out of your reach, you probably won't commit to doing. Realistic -  This is not a synonym for "easy." Realistic, in this case, means "do-able." Timely :-   Set a timeframe for the goal: for next week, in three months, by fifth grade. Putting an end point on your goal gives you a clear target to work towards.
    • Develop your communication and behavior skills to create a climate of trust, collaboration and goodwill with coworkers
    Creating Win–Win Relationship
    • Learn a set of principles and personal management skills that will change how you view your life and enable you to grow in personal confidence and effectiveness
    Self mastery – A Plan for Personal Success
  • Say Hello, how are you Your Physical and Verbal behavior Etiquettes at work
  • Sit up straight Your appearance Etiquettes at work
    • Be Self aware – Self-awareness is a critical component to etiquette in any situation.
    • Taking particular note of coworker annoyance is good place to start . Use them as rules of thumb for behavior that you find particularly obtrusive and make a concerted effort not to do the same.
    • Use common sense, try not to be too loud and unpleasant
    • Avoid Strong Cologne & Perfume – Use light and Soft ones
    • Mind your own business –
    Some more Tips
  • Don’t talk loudly across partitions Keep cell phone ringers low Answers phone promptly, don’t let it ring several times Use speakerphone only for conference calls Keep Your noise to yourself
    • This is basic; but many overlook it
    • Cover your mouth when you sneeze & Cough
    • Failure to do so is rude, inconsiderate and stupid
    Keep your germs to yourself
  • Speak with more confidence and listen carefully to build rapport Analyze and utilize body language to your advantage Communication
  • Realize that time management is a myth – We have only 24 hours in a day. Time doesn’t change. All we can actually manage is ourselves and what we do with the time that we have Find out where you’re wasting time - Many of us are prey to time-wasters that steal time we could be using much more productively. Do you spend too much time 'Net surfing, reading email, or making personal calls? Time Management
    • Prioritize ruthlessly -
    Learn to delegate and/or outsource. Time Management
  • Stress Management
    • Avoid people who stress you out
    • Avoid hot-button topics
    • Pare down your to-do list
    • Listen first; talk second
    Keep people and problem separate Conflict Resolution
  • Make sure that good relationships are the first priority Use active listening skills to ensure that you hear and understand other’s positions and perceptions. When you talk use an adult, assertive approach rather than a submissive or aggressive style
  • Addressing Emotions At Work Kick habits that hurt you. Habits such as procrastinating, overeating, being disorganized, avoiding conflict…etc Learn how to stay calm and clearheaded when you start to lose your temper Eliminate over-reactive behaviors and replace them with reasonable behaviors Learn behavior modification skills that people will notice—and will likely want to copy themselves Take ownership of your emotions and your reactions
    • Always keep a positive attitude
    • Talk nicely and be nice
    Attitude
  •