7 HABITS OF EFFECTIVE PERSON - Food Science Universe
8 HABITS OF EFFECTIVE PERSON Shahwana Tehreem Roll #16 Fatima Javed Roll #36 Institute of Food Science and Nutrition Contents Principles of Personal Vision Principles of Personal Leadership
Principles of Personal Management Principles of Interpersonal Leadership Principles of Empathic Communication Principles of Creative Cooperation Principles of Balanced Self-Renewal Personality and Character Ethics Personality Ethic (post WWI) Personality, public image, attitudes & behaviors, skills and techniques, quick fixes Character Ethic (pre WWI)
Integrity, humility, fidelity, temperance, courage, justice, patience, industry, simplicity, modesty, the Golden Rule Not just What do I want? but Why do I want it? PERSONALITY ETHIC The literature of the last half of the 20th century largely attributed to personality traits, skills, techniques, maintaining a
positive attitude, etc. This philosophy can be referred to as the Personality Ethic. CHARACTER ETHIC . During 150years literature was character oriented. It emphasized the deeper principles and foundations of success. This philosophy is known as the Character Ethic, under which success is attributed more to such characteristics as integrity, courage, justice, patience, etc
The Character ethic (continued) Absolute principles that exist in all human beings. Examples of such principles are: fairness, honesty, integrity, human dignity, quality, potential, and growth. Character Ethic: primary traits Personality Ethic are secondary.
Secondary traits may help one to play the game to succeed in specific circumstances Long term success requires both Ralph Waldo Emerson: "What you are shouts so loudly in my ears I cannot hear what you say." Stages of 7 Habits Dependence: the paradigm under which we are born, relying upon others to take care of us.
Independence: the paradigm under which we make our decisions and take care of ourselves. Interdependence: the paradigm under which we cooperate to achieve something that cannot be achieved independently. The First Three Habits Focus on Independence Habit 1: Be Proactive Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind
Habit 3: Put First Things First Habit 1. Be Proactive: Principle of Personal Choice Being proactive means taking responsibility for every aspect of our life. We can either be proactive or reactive when it comes to how you respond to things. When you are reactive, you blame other people and circumstances for obstacles or problems.
Power to choose our response Self-awareness: choose to become angry or not Conscience: what you principles suggest Creativity: envision other responses Independent will Eliminate should How things should be is not under our control Change starts from within, and highly
effective people make the decision to improve their lives through the things that they can influence rather than by simply reacting to external forces. The ability to subordinate an impulse to a value is the essence of a proactive person Habit 2. Begin with the End In Mind: Principle of Personal Vision This is about setting long-term goals based on "true north" principles that will guide your
daily life. This is facilitated by a Personal Mission Statement Document your own vision in life This is very difficult but essential Activities 1. Develop a principle-centered personal mission statement. 2. Extend the mission statement into long-term goals based on personal principles.
3. Create a weekly plan including priorities 4. Assess your successes and failures 5. Analyze areas that represent failures Professional Goals: 5 year plan Strive to improve treatment of obesity and diabetes Mentor others and share my knowledge and philosophy Promote translational goals and functionbased drug development
Habit 3. First Things First: Principles of Integrity and Execution A framework for prioritizing work that is aimed at short-term goals Some tasks that appear not to be urgent, are in fact very important. Delegation is an important part of time management. Successful delegation focuses on results and
benchmarks that are agreed upon in advance, rather than prescribed as detailed work plans. Spend Time Implementing Your Personal Mission Identify the key roles that you value in life, and make time for each of them. What one thing could you do on a regular basis that would positively impact your personal life? Your professional Life?
Busy is not productive! Separate important and urgent tasks. Time Management Matrix Important I Not Important Urgent
III Not Urgent II Activities: Prevention, PC activities Relationship building Recognizing new
Interruptions, some calls Some mail, some reports Some meetings Proximate, pressing matters Popular activities Dr. Scott W. Kunkel University of San Diego Activities:
Activities: Trivia, busy work Some mail Some phone calls Time wasters Pleasant activities Activities Identify your important roles Identify each role you will play in your weekly plan
Identify items on your weekly plan that do not support your personal mission statement Delegate or delete such items How are your daily activities serving your long term personal mission The Next Three Habits Address Interdependence: Public Victories Habit 4: Think Win/Win Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood
Habit 6: Synergize Habit 4. Think Win/Win: Principle of Mutual Benefit An attitude whereby mutually beneficial solutions are sought that satisfy the needs of all parties involved. Based on your emotional bank account Understanding Attend to little things Commitments Clear expectations
Personal integrity Building Character Integrity, maturity, abundance mentality There is enough success for everyone In developing an organizational culture, be sure to reward win/win behavior among colleagues and employees and avoid inadvertently rewarding win/lose behavior. Habit 5. Seek First to Understand,
Then to be Understood: Principles of Mutual Understanding Giving advice before empathetically understanding will likely result in rejection of that advice. Presenting your own autobiography will decrease the chance of establishing a working communication. Seek First to Understand This habit is the most important principle of
interpersonal relations. Effective listening is not simply echoing what the other person has said through the lens of one's own experience. It is putting oneself in the perspective of the other person, listening empathically for both feeling and meaning. Habit 6. Synergize: Principles of Creative Cooperation Find ways of working in teams.
Apply effective problem solving. Apply collaborative decision making. Value differences. Build on divergent strengths. Leverage creative collaboration. Embrace and leverage innovation. Create a Whole that is Greater than the Sum of the Parts Through mutual trust and understanding, one often can solve conflicts and find a better
solution than would have been obtained through individual solution When synergy is pursued as a habit, the result of the teamwork will exceed the sum of what each of the members could have achieved on their own. The Seventh Habit Finally, the seventh habit is one of renewal and continual improvement, that is, of building one's personal capability.
To be effective, one must find the proper balance between actually doing and improving one's capability to do that which you value. Sharpen the Saw: Principles of Balanced Self-Renewal Take time out from doing to build the capacity to do what is important through personal renewal of the physical, mental, social/emotional, and
spiritual dimensions. Maintain a balance among these dimensions Human Maintenance The physical you: food, water, exercise The mental you: learning and education The social/emotional you: friends and relationships The spiritual you: beliefs and values Reward: increased energy, clear thinking,
commitment to values, connection to those who are important to you 6 Cancers that Inhibit Greatness Cynicism Criticism Comparing Competing Complaining Contending
The Eighth Habit Find your voice and inspire others to find theirs VOICE lies at the nexus of talent (your natural gifts and strengths) passion (those things that naturally energize, excite, motivate and inspire you) need (including what the world needs enough to pay you for) conscience (that still, small voice with that assures
you of what is right and that prompts you to actually do it). The 8 Habits are the Cure for the 6 Cancers that Inhibit Greatness Cynicism Criticism Comparing Competing Complaining Contending
Final words The habits we have learned from this presentation is still irrelevant from each other. However the knowledge and the need of all 8 habits can help further in our journey towards personal and organizational excellence. Summary
Habits is a prerequisite of our character, thus, it is through building these habits that we are given a perfect opportunity to do things for positive results! Be Proactive Synergize Begin with the End in Mind Sharpen your Saw Seek 1st to Understand Then to be Understood Think WinWin Put First Things First Keep Positive Enthusiasm
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