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7 Habits of Highly Effective People Training

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This training was developed by Javier Juri, based on the book 7 habits of Highly Effective People, and divided into 2 modules.

This training was developed by Javier Juri, based on the book 7 habits of Highly Effective People, and divided into 2 modules.


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  • Hi. Loved your presentations. Would be very thankful to have the PPT versions of both - 7 habits and SL. Can you email to arahimcal@gmail.com Many thanks
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  • Reactive Behavior Reactive people allow outside influences (moods, feelings or circumstances) to control their responses. Theories of Determinism Reactive people blame their attitude and behavior on things they think they cannot control. They respond to stimulus, often attributing their behavior to three determinants : Genetic - Traits we inherited Psychic - Our upbringing Environmental - Our surroundings
  • The Four Human Endowments Self-Awareness – Examining thoughts, moods and behaviors Imagination – Visualizing beyond experience and present reality (work on alternatives) Conscience – Understanding right and wrong and following personal integrity Independent Will – Acting independent of external influence
  • Explain what is P and PC
  • Explain what is P and PC
  • Explain what is P and PC
  • Explain what is P and PC
  • Explain what is P and PC
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    • 1. WELCOME!
    • 2. WELCOME!
    • 3. WELCOME! This icon means you have to refer to the printed material. This icon means a reflection, debate, round- robin, etc.
    • 4. Time Management What is Time Management Start to walk Tools for Time How to Prioritize Eternalization Delegation Getting things done (GTD)
    • 5. Expectations• ‘better organization of my work’• ‘combine office work with crisis and interruptions• ‘plans and previsions not accomplished’• ‘being able to manage multiple tasks and functions’• ‘Organize better the time of my work shift’• ‘I don’t know where to begin’• ‘I get accumulation of pending tasks’• ‘I need tools and guidelines’• ‘I want to give better service to my client, an agile response’• ‘I want to optimize my time’• ‘I need to difference work and personal time’
    • 6. Learning Objectives When you have completed this module you will be able to define the key concepts associated with Time Management and you will be able to: •Identify the main obstacles to effective Time Management in your daily role •Understand the nature of Time Management
    • 7. Learning Objectives •Understand a range of tools, techniques and concepts for Time Management •Use these techniques to build an effective Time Management process that will enhance your productivity and lower your stress •Explain the benefits of having an effective Time Management process
    • 8. Managing Time? Significant people as OBAMA have the same time that you have, I mean… 1. 60 seconds in a minute 2. 60 minutes in an hour 3. 24 hours in one day 4. Y 168 hours in a week…. Time cannot be saved, or stored. It’s not about HOW MUCH we have….. It’s about HOW WE use it.
    • 9. Managing Time? It’s the management of our own activities, to assure they are developed in the available time or determined, considering time is a limited and continuous resource.
    • 10. Why should I manage my time? Principals reasons: 3. Gain performance over time (optimizing it) 4. To encourage and promote the initiative 5. Allows to make predictions 6. Reduces anxiety (stress)
    • 11. Barriers to success in Managing our time SELF-KNOWLEDGE AND KNOWLEDGE OF OUR GOALS Only through self-knowledge and what are our objectives, you can improve. DEVELOP AND MANTAIN AN ENOUGH FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE The calendar should work for you, not for the others. It should reflect only those things important to you.
    • 12. Fail Factors 2.Fear of change self-habits. 3.Uncertainty about how and when to start. 4.Time pressure, because to save future time you should invest present (and we all know how it’s our day to day…). 5.Lack of will.
    • 13. Enabling Factors 2.Improvement in the efficiency of your work. 3.Increase your productivity 4.Personal Development (work + leisure) 5.As a response to increased responsibilities.
    • 14. Management Tools Check list ToDo Lists Priorities List Agenda Calendar Outlook 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Getting Things Done
    • 15. A really efective one
    • 16. Management Tools Check list ToDo Lists Priorities List Agenda Calendar Outlook 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Getting Things Done
    • 17. The 7 Habits •Methodology •Philosophy •Work or life •Applicable •Easy to understand •Principles centered
    • 18. To Acquire the 7 Habits Be willing to : •Learn It •Teach It •Do It Apply it to Your Life
    • 19. Definition of Habit1. A recurrent, often unconscious pattern of behavior that is acquired through frequent repetition.2. An established disposition of the mind or character.3. Customary manner or practice: a person of ascetic habits.4. An addition, especially to narcotic drugs.5. Physical constitution.6. Characteristic appearance, form, or manner of growth, especially of a plant or crystal.
    • 20. Components of a Habit Know - what - why Habit Skill Desire - how - want
    • 21. Character & Personality Although image, techniques and skills can influence your outward success, the weight of real effectiveness lies in good character.
    • 22. Foundation Personality Sea Level Sea Level Character
    • 23. Character & Competence Character A person with high character exhibits integrity, maturity and an Abundance Mentality. Competence A person with high competence has knowledge and ability in a given area. As people balance these two elements, they build their personal trustworthiness and their trust with others.
    • 24. The Outside View CHARACTER COMPETENCE •Integrity •Technical skills •Maturity •Qualifications •Abundance •Knowledge Mentality •Experience •Interdependency JUDGEMENT
    • 25. Ingredients for Trust and Effectiveness
    • 26. 4 Levels of Leadership Inter
    • 27. 3 Person Teaching rd Teach to a third person When people share the knowledge with another one, practices the third person teaching- First person Second person Third person First person, is the one that The second person, teaches the The third person receives the shares its knowledge with a new knowledge to a third person knowledge with added value. second one. using the proccess: capture, expand and apply. Capture – Get to know the basic content or idea. Expand – Analyze and add experience or personal knowledge. Apply – Live it, share application examples, real cases.
    • 28. Principles and Values Principles: Natural laws or fundamental truths. • Universal, timeless • Produce predictable results • External ourselves • They operate with or without our understanding and acceptance. • Self-evident and enable us when understood. Values: The value or priority we place on people, things, ideas or principles Beliefs and ideals, self-selected Internal, subjective, based on how we see the world Influenced by education, social and personal reflection
    • 29. Paradigm 1. The way and individual perceives, understands, and interprets the surrounding world. A mental map.
    • 30. Paradigm
    • 31. Paradigm
    • 32. Paradigm
    • 33. Paradigm
    • 34. Paradigm
    • 35. Paradigm
    • 36. Mental Map
    • 37. Perception
    • 38. Breaking Paradigms Paradigms Change If we want significative changes, first we need to change our paradigms. According to Thomas Kuhn, almost evert advance in science is first a break with the tradition, the old ways of thinking or old paradigms. Example of breakings. Think about a moment of your life when you experimented a Change of Paradigm. 3)What was the event or circumstance? 4)What did you learn that make you change the paradigm? 5)How affected your life this change of paradigms? 6)What conditions contributes to changes of Paradigms?
    • 39. The way we see others The Self-Fulfilled prophecy Our paradigms or perceptions about the others (and ourselves), influence the way we treat them, so, if we think someone is not able we tend to help and protect him. Worried about the failure, we may deny to that person the opportunities we give to others. Think about a person whose conduct worried you in a certain moment. Answer the question related to that person. 2)What do you believe about this person, that could limitate or stop the relationship? 3)How an non exact or non complete paradigm could influence your conduct? 4)Your paradigm and conduct to him, could be part of the problem? 5)Considering it’s possible your paradigm is non exact… How could you change your beliefs and thought about this person for a more exact reflextion of its potential?
    • 40. Effectiveness P/PC Balance : The Principle of Effectiveness Production The desired results produced Production Capability Maintaining, preserving and enhancing the resources that produces the desired results
    • 41. P/PC Production The Golden eggs Production Capability Golden Eggs Chicken
    • 42. P/PC 1. At work, What goals are you responsible for? 2. How these resources help to produce the desired results? Physicals: _______________________________________________ Financials: ______________________________________________ Humans: ________________________________________________ Technologicals: ___________________________________________ 3. What are you and your organization doing, to mantain these resources? 4. How effective is you P/PC Balance? What are the consequences?
    • 43. The Maturity Continuum
    • 44. Your EBA KEEP PRO MISES E GIZ APOLO UNDERS TA OTHERS ND CLAR EXPECTAIFY TIONS TREAT OTHER TO KINDLY LOYALITY NT THE ABSE EMOTIONAL BANK ACCOUNT
    • 45. Emotional Bank Account • The most important resource in a company is the relationship between the people. •To build trust in a relationship is to “open” a bank account in that relationship. Deposit Withdrawal Kindness Rude Courtesy Crude/blunt Keeping promises Breaking promisesLoyalty to the absent Disloyalty Making apologies Pride, conceit, arrogance
    • 46. Emotional Bank Account Making deposits and withdrawals Think about a partner, with whom you have frequent contact. Then put a mark on the box (deposit, neutral, withdrawal) that shows better how would do you perceive the conduct of the other person. If he or her: WITHDRAWAL NEUTRAL DEPOSIT Takes you to a fast food restaurant, to talk about businesses. Ask you to take its place in a business meeting, while he/she is taking the afternoon free. Congratulates you for your birthday, late. Notice that you are having problems with a work task and show to you what you’re doing wrong Gives you tickets for the opera, because noticed that you have been working until late the last t
    • 47. Emotional Bank Account Filling the Emotional Bank Account 3. Indentify an important relationship. In the -10 to +10 scale, mark where you believe you are in the balance of EBA with this person. Relationship: ………………………………………………………………………………………….. Over drawee Balance Extremely High 0 -10 Balance +10 2. Next, describe 3 things you believe this person would consider as a deposit. Then describe 3 things this person would consider withdrawals. Possible Deposits (To make in the future) 1. __________________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________________ Possible Withdrawals (To make in the future) 1. __________________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________________ You can use this approach to business relationships, clients, vendors, key persons, etc.
    • 48. Concern & Influence CIRCLE OF INFLUENCE
    • 49. Concern & Influence CIRCLE OF INFLUENCE
    • 50. The Maturity Continuum Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence
    • 51. The 7 Habits Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence
    • 52. #1 : Introduction Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence The Habit of a Personal Vision Responsibility = Response + Ability Effective people take responsibility of their own actions. Their behavior is a product of their own decisions.
    • 53. #1 : Introduction Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence Characteristics of a Proactive Person Respond according to values Accept responsibility for their own behavior Focus on their Circle of Influence
    • 54. #1 : Be Proactive Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-WinI am the programmer Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind DependencePrinciple I have the freedom to chooseParadigm I am responsible for my choices I expand my freedom and influence by being proactiveProcesses Reactive versus proactive responses Circle of Influence
    • 55. #1 : Reactive vs. Proactive Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Reactive: Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence Stimulus Response Proactive: Freedom to choose Stimulus according Response to values
    • 56. #1 : Circle of Influence Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 Proactive Reactive H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence Circle of concern (no control) Circle of Circle of Influence Influence I choose to go I have to go I control my feelings He make me so mad Let’s explore alternatives There’s nothing I can do I can … If only …
    • 57. #1 : Proactive Model Freedom to H#5 Empathize Interdependence Public H#6 Synergize choose Victory Stimulus Response H#4 Think Win-Win Independence according H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence to values
    • 58. The 7 Habits Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence
    • 59. #2 : Introduction Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence The Habit of Personal Leadership: Mental Creation Precedes Physical Creation To start with a clear understanding of your destination. Write your MISSION STATEMENT Choose a Life Center
    • 60. #2 : Introduction Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence
    • 61. #2 : Introduction Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Principle-Centered Dependence Someone who is principle-centered bases decisions on principles that govern human effectiveness. Principles are the ideal core because they allow us to seek the best alternative through conscious choice, knowledge and values. Principle-centered people try to : Stand apart from the emotion of a situation and from other factors that would act on them. Make proactive choices after evaluating options.
    • 62. #2 : Introduction Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Mission Statement Dependence A powerful document that expresses your personal sense of Purpose and meaning in life. It acts as a governing Constitution by which you evaluate decisions and choose behaviors.
    • 63. #2 : Have the End in Mind Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-WinI write the programme Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind DependencePrinciple Sound principles in the centre of our lives drives the choices we make.Paradigm I create a vision of the future (mission statement). I see the end results before beginning any activity.Processes All things are created twice: first mentally, then physically
    • 64. #2 : Have the End in Mind Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-WinBE Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence* What am I all about?* Upon what principles do I operate my life? DO * Contributions & accomplishments that tie to your purpose and values. BE Have * Results you want to achieve DO Have
    • 65. The 7 Habits Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence
    • 66. #3 : Introduction Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence The Habit of Personal Management: Importance An activity is importance if you personally find it valuable, and if it contributes to your mission values, and high-priority goals. Urgency An activity is urgent if you or others feel that it requires immediate attention.
    • 67. #3 : First Things First Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win I run the programme Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence Principle Effectiveness requires balancing important relationships, roles and activities. Paradigm I will act on important goals in my key roles to fulfil my mission. Processes Quadrant II activities : plan, plan and plan Focus on the truly important and say no to the unimportant
    • 68. #3 : First Things First Urgent Not Urgent H#5 Empathize Interdependence Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win H#6 Synergize QI Q II Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence • Crisis • Preparation Important • Pressing problems • Prevention • Deadline driven • Values clarification projects, meetings, • Planning preparations • Relationship building • Empowerment Q III Q IV • Interruptions – mails, • Trivia, busywork Unimportant phone calls • Time wasters • Reports, meetings • “Escape” activities • Pressing matters • Irrelevant mails • Popular activities • Excessive TV
    • 69. #3 : How I Spend my time Urgent Not Urgent H#5 Empathize Interdependence Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win H#6 Synergize Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence Important Unimportant
    • 70. #3 : How I Spend my time Crisis Urgent Not Urgent H#5 Empathize Interdependence Public Victory H#4 H#6 SynergizeManagement Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence Important Attach to Mission Unimportant Time WastersDistraction
    • 71. #3 : Put 1 things 1 st st Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind “Effective people have genuine Quadrant 1 Dependence crises and emergencies that require their immediate attention, but the number is comparatively small. They keep P and PC in balance by focusing on the important, but not urgent, activities of Quadrant II”
    • 72. #3 : Put 1 things 1 st st Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least. The Key is not to prioritize your schedule but to schedule your priorities.
    • 73. #3 : Put 1 things 1st st Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Put First things First involves a six-step, QII process Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence That will help you act on the basis of importance. Importance, in the context of Put first things First, is defined By your mission statement and confirmed by your conscience. The six steps can be used in weekly planning or as often as needed. Connect to Mission Review Roles Identify Goals Organize Weekly Exercise Integrity Evaluate
    • 74. #3 : Main ingredients in Q2 planning Interdependence H#5 H#6 Empathize Synergize Public Victory H#4 Think Win-Win Independence H#3 Put First Things First Private Victory H#2 H#1 Begin With End Be Proactive In Mind Dependence VS
    • 75. Revision Introduction - Definition - Importance of the Character - Emotion Bank account : deposit vs. withdrawals H#1 : Take Responsibility (Be Proactive) - Reactive versus proactive response - Circle of Influence not circle of concern H#2: Have the End in Mind - Principle centered life - Mission with passion H#3: First Things First - Q2 : Plan, plan and plan - Big rocks versus pebbles

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