THE 7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE. 44th ABMTS OF AIM-IRS AUGUST 6-9, 2013 Las Vegas, NV Darwin K Eldridge, Presenter. Objectives. By the close of this learning experience, you should be able to: Identify where change begins, Identify the stages habits move through, and
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THE 7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE 44th ABMTS OF AIM-IRS AUGUST 6-9, 2013 Las Vegas, NV Darwin K Eldridge, Presenter
Objectives • By the close of this learning experience, you should be able to: • Identify where change begins, • Identify the stages habits move through, and • Recite and explain the 7 habits of highly effective people
Where Change Begins • Inside-Out: Change Starts from Within • Changing Inside Behavior is not effective • Requires a Paradigm shift from Personality Ethic to Character Ethic
Where Change Begins • Personality Ethic • Personality traits • Skills • Techniques • Positive Attitude These are secondary traits.
Where Change Begins • Character Ethic—collection of habits • Integrity • Courage • Justice • Patience These are Primary Traits.
Stages of our Habits • Dependence—birth paradigm • Independence—our personal care paradigm • Interdependence—cooperation paradigm to achieve a goal.
Private Victory • Self Mastery • It is achieving the private victories to move from dependence to independence. • Is Rooted in your personal mission
Habit 1—Be Proactive • Assessing the situation and developing a positive response for it. • Act or Be Acted upon • Your Sphere of Concern vs. Your Sphere of Influence
Habit 2—Begin with the End in Mind • Begin today with the paradigm of the end of your life as your frame • Behaviors of today and the future are determined by what the end will be • There are two creations to everything—mental and physical
Habit 3—Put First Things First • Determine the Urgency and Importance of things • Learn when and how to say, “NO” • Gofer vs. Stewardship Delegation
Public Victory • Follows the Private Victory • Fosters Effective Interdependence by Independent people • Embodies the Principles of Interpersonal Leadership
Habit 4—Think Win/Win • Win/Win • Win/Lose • Lose/Win • Lose/Lose • Win • Win/Win or No Deal
Habit 5—Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood • Diagnose Before You Prescribe • Understanding and Perception • Then Seek to be Understood • One on One
Habit 6—Synergize • The sum of the whole is greater than the sum of its parts • Fishing for the Third Alternative • Negative Synergy • Valuing the Differences
Habit 7—Renewal—Sharpen the Saw • Four Dimensions: • Physical • Spiritual • Mental • Social/Emotional
CONCLUSION • Now that we have completed this learning experience, you should be able to: • Identify where change begins, • Identify the stages habits move through, and • Recite and explain the 7 habits of highly effective people.