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									Becoming More Effective
       The 7 Habits


            Dave Carter
   Special Programs and Projects
                AFM
Even Eagles Need A Push!
For most people,
the biggest
obstacle is their
own habits!
     Confident, Empowered
            People
   Self-appreciation
   Vision
   Purpose
   Commitment
   Contribution
  What lies behind us,
 And what lies before us,
Are tiny matters compared
            to
   What lies within us!
   Oliver Wendell Holmes
The 7 Habits of Highly
Effective People
1.   Be Proactive
2.   Begin with the end in mind
3.   Put first things first
4.   Think win-win
5.   Seek first to understand, then be
     understood
6.   Synergize
7.   Sharpen the Saw
1. BE PROACTIVE

   Responsibility
 1. BE PROACTIVE

    Responsibility


Response      Ability
Viktor Frankl
    1940
Viktor Frankl
 1905 - 1997
Circle of Concern
            Circle of
            Influence




Circle of
Concern
            Circle of
            Influence




Circle of
Concern
2. BEGIN WITH THE END
      IN MIND
“Would you tell me, please,
which way I ought to go
from here?”
  "That depends a good
deal on where you want to
get to," said the Cat.
  "I don’t much care
where," said Alice.
  "Then it doesn’t matter
which way you go," said the
Cat.
Vision
3. PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST


   What is most
 important in your
       life?
    PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST
               Urgent         Not Urgent
                   I                 II
                 Crisis          Planning
Important      Deadlines       Relationships
               Meetings           Values
                  III                IV
             Interruptions         Trivia
Not
                Reports         Junk mail
Important
            Some meetings    Some phone calls
    PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST
                 Urgent         Not Urgent
                    I                  II
            30%               15%
                  Crisis           Planning
Important       Deadlines        Relationships
                Meetings            Values
            50%    III         5%      IV
              Interruptions          Trivia
Not
                 Reports          Junk mail
Important
             Some meetings     Some phone calls
    PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST
                 Urgent         Not Urgent
                    I                  II
            25%               80%
                  Crisis           Planning
Important       Deadlines        Relationships
                Meetings            Values
            15%    III         -1%     IV
              Interruptions          Trivia
Not
                 Reports           Junk mail
Important
             Some meetings     Some phone calls
4. THINK WIN-WIN




Emotional Bank Account
   Emotional Bank Account

WITHDRAWALS         DEPOSITS
 Angry words     Understanding
 Unforgiving         Apology
  Cruel joke Attention to little things
   Ignoring   Keeping commitments
  Excluding       Consideration
ABUNDANCE
       MENTALITY


What do you do
around here?
 ABUNDANCE
        MENTALITY

Anything I can to make the
organization work better!
  Courage and Consideration

          High
                       I         II
                   YOU LOSE   YOU WIN
                   THEY WIN   THEY WIN
CONSIDERATION
                      III         IV
                   YOU LOSE    YOU WIN
                   THEY LOSE THEY LOSE
                Low                  High
                          COURAGE
5. SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND,
         THEN BE UNDERSTOOD
Listening
   Ignoring
   Pretend listening      Your own frame
   Selective listening    of reference

   Attentive listening


   Empathetic listening
                            Within the other
                            person’s frame
                            of reference
  Listening


Don’t
jump to conclusions!
6. SYNERGIZE
7. SHARPEN THE SAW
Recharge Your Batteries
   Physical
       Exercise, nutrition, stress management
   Emotional – Social
       Relationships, service, empathy,
        security
   Mental
       Reading, planning, visualizing, writing
   Spiritual
       Values, commitment, study, meditation
Glenn Brenner
  1948 - 1992
      Everyday of Your Life

          Be the person you want
          to be!


Make someone happy!

								
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