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Seven habits of highly effective people ziane bilal


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The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

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Seven habits of highly effective people ziane bilal

  1. 1. Abdelmalek Essaâdi University.Faculty of Science and Technology Tangier. THE SEVEN HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE .PEOPLE Presented by : ZIANE Bilal
  2. 2. •Over 20 million books sold (in 38 languages)•The 7 Habits of Highly EffectivePeople was named the #1 MostInfluential Business Book of theTwentieth Century
  3. 3. Stephen Richards CoveyAuthor of the best-selling bookCovey earned a B.S in business administrationfrom the University of Utah,an MBA from Harvard University,and a Doctor of Religious Education (DRE) from Brigham Young University
  5. 5. INTRODUCTIONCAN WE CREATE A HABIT? - We are what we repeatedly do. - Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit - We are not the habits, hence we can change them
  6. 6. INTRODUCTIONWHAT IS EFFECTIVENESS? - Production : The desired results produced. - Production capability: production capacity, Maintaining, preserving and enhancing the resources that produces the desired results.
  7. 7. HABIT 1: Be proactive.
  8. 8. HABIT 1: Be proactive. What happens to a bottle of soda when you shake it up? It Explodes. Reactive Person.
  9. 9. HABIT 1: Be proactive.You are respons-able: able to choose your respons.
  10. 10. HABIT 1: Be proactive.
  11. 11. rn ce C on Circle of Influence Concern e ncCircle of fInflue o C ircle f eo Circl PROACTIVE FOCUS REACTIVE FOCUS (Positive energy enlarges (Negative energy reduces the Circles of Influences) the Circles of Influences)
  12. 12. HABIT 2: Begin with the End in Mind You are the programmer and write the program. Write your MISSION STATEMENT
  13. 13. HABIT 3: Put first things first
  14. 14. HABIT 3: Put first things first Things which matter most should NEVER be at the mercy of things which matter least.
  15. 15. HABIT 3: Put first things first
  16. 16. HABIT 4: Think win-win
  17. 17. HABIT 4: Think win-win Human interactions: -Win/win -Win/lose -Lose/win -Lose/Lose
  18. 18. HABIT 4: Think win-win
  19. 19. HABIT 5: Seek to understand then to be understood.
  20. 20. HABIT 5: Seek to understand then to be understood. • high levels of consideration • Deep understanding of the problem first • It’s listening with intent to understand (changing our perceptions)
  21. 21. HABIT 5: Seek to understand then to be understood. • Get inside another persons’ frame of reference and see things the way he sees it • It ensures people’s psychological survival (psychological air) • It is diagnosing before prescribing
  22. 22. HABIT 6: SYNERGIZE
  23. 23. HABIT 6: SYNERGIZE LEVELS OF COMMUNCIATION High Synergistic (Win/Win) Respectful (Compromise) TRUST Defensive (Win/Lose or Lose/win) Low Low High COOPERATION
  24. 24. HABIT 6: SYNERGIZE The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Synergy takes place when two or more people produce more together than the sum of what they could have produces separately.
  26. 26. HABIT 7: SHARPEN THE SAW Sharpen the Saw is a daily process of renewing for four dimensions of our nature : Physical, Mental, Spiritual and Social. These four dimensions sustain and increase our capacities and help us discipline our mind, body and spirit. This daily private victory is a victory over self. Not only does the daily Private victory stimulate growth, but it also helps us to achieve the Public Victory. As we achieve these victories through renewal, we cultivate and nurture the other six habits.
  27. 27. CONCLUSION: The Seven Habits center on timeless and universal principles of personal, interpersonal, managerial, and organizational effectiveness.