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PostSubject: SEVEN HABITS FOR HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE   Tue Mar 11, 2008 5:57 pm

No company can succeed until individuals within it succeed. No group can achieve its objectives until its people achieve theirs.

That's what FranklinCovey's 7 Habits programme is about--making people effective so that they, in turn, can make their organisations effective.

Nothing less can ensure survival and prosperity in these tumultuous times. The whirlwind of technological advances; the changing tide of global, national, and local markets; the storms of mergers, downsizing, and structural changes--these are just some of the proliferating challenges that organisations face today.





In today's business environment, it's not enough to do things differently. You must do different things. The 7 Habits programme will help you and the people in your organisation change the fundamental way they approach their jobs, relationships, even problems and opportunities by:

Breaking common ineffective behaviours and tendencies
Creating high levels of trust
Developing strong interdependent relationships
Once you see and think differently, you will act differently. And those actions will produce superior results. This sort of transformation is the key to turning organisations into places where effective people create lasting results.

The 7 Habits...and What They'll do for Your Organisation The Results of 7 Habits Training
Be Proactive Fosters courage to take risks and accept new challenges to achieve goals
Begin with the End in Mind Brings projects to completion and unites teams and organisations under a shared vision, mission, and purpose
Put First Things First Promotes getting the most important things done first and encourages direct effectiveness
Think Win-Win Encourages conflict resolution and helps individuals seek mutual benefit, increasing group momentum
Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood Helps people understand problems, resulting in targeted solutions; and promotes better communications, leading to successful problem-solving
Synergise Ensures greater "buy-in" from team members and leverages the diversity of individuals to increase levels of success
Sharpen the Saw Promotes continuous improvements and safeguards against "burn-out" and subsequent nonproductivity



Organisations of all sizes report significant improvements in attitudes and behaviours from:

"Seeking first to be understood" to "seeking first to understand."
"Blaming" and "fingerpointing" to "win-win" and "Third Alternative" thinking.
"Adapters" and "survivors" to "change agents."
"I" to "we."
"Me" to "team."


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PostSubject: Re: SEVEN HABITS FOR HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE   Wed Mar 12, 2008 7:37 am

Qualitative change in Human Resource is a crying need of our times, which is possible through investment on training and R&D apart fromproviding horizontal & vertical mobility to all tiers of management starting from the lowest rung and going upto top management.This approach not only would be acknowledging merit rather than seniority, but woud also provide job satisfaction by providing better working conditions. Mobility would also involve delegation of responsibility, but also increased power for taking management dicision of far reaching consequences. The golden principle would always be
'corresponding authority for the responsibility entrusted to a given person.
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