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© 2004 FranklinCovey 1 Welcome to Introduction to the 7 Habits ® of Highly Effective College Students
© 2004 FranklinCovey 2 Introductory Questions What is your name? Where are you from? What is one of your hobbies? What are your expectations from this program?
© 2004 FranklinCovey 3 Challenges What are the biggest challenges you face as a student?
© 2004 FranklinCovey 4 How to Get the Most from this Program Learn it Live it Give it
© 2004 FranklinCovey 5 The Four Concepts Concept 1—Effective habits are based on true principles. Concept 2—Effective habits bring positive results. Concept 3—Paradigms change habits. Concept 4—The 7 Habits ® lead to success.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 6 Principles Principles are natural laws or fundamental truths.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 7 Knowledge, Skill, Desire
© 2004 FranklinCovey 8 Paradigm A paradigm is the way an individual perceives, understands, and interprets the surrounding world— a mental map.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 9 See-Do-Get Get Do See
© 2004 FranklinCovey 10 INTERDEPENDENCE INDEPENDENCE DEPENDENCE Public Victory Private Victory Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood ® 5 Synergize ® 6 Think Win-Win ® 4 3 Put First Things First ® 2 Begin with the End in Mind ® 1 Be Proactive ® Sharpen the Saw ® 7 Maturity Continuum ®
© 2004 FranklinCovey 11 Habit 1 Be Proactive ® Habit 1
© 2004 FranklinCovey 12 Habit 1: See-Do-Get Get Do See I am responsible for my choices. I choose to act, not react. I am in control.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 13 Key Questions What is proactivity and reactivity? How can I gain more control over my life?
© 2004 FranklinCovey 14 Stimulus-Response
© 2004 FranklinCovey 15 Stimulus-Response
© 2004 FranklinCovey 16 Stimulus-Response © 2002 Franklin Covey Co. 16
© 2004 FranklinCovey 17 Proactive People Stop and Pause—Understand why you feel the way you do. Think—Make decisions based on your principles and beliefs. Do—Act upon your proactive choice.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 18 Control
© 2004 FranklinCovey 19 Expanding Your Influence
© 2004 FranklinCovey 20 Habit 2 Begin With the End in Mind ®
© 2004 FranklinCovey 21 Habit 2: See-Do-Get Get Do See I visualize results. I have a mission statement that documents my purpose in life. I live according to my mission.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 22 Key Questions Why is it important to have a plan? How do I create a Personal Mission Statement ® ?
© 2004 FranklinCovey 23 Quote “What lies behind us is nothing compared to what lies within us and ahead of us.” —Anonymous
© 2004 FranklinCovey 24 What are three dreams? What kind of career would I like to have? What kind of skills do I need to achieve my dreams and have the career I desire? What kind of education or educational experiences do I need to have to achieve my dreams and have the career I desire? What are my greatest interests? What do I hope to achieve in five years? What are all of the intangible things I value? (for example, strong relationships, success, good health, honesty, etc.)? What are the five intangible things I value most? Discover Yourself!
© 2004 FranklinCovey 25 Mission Statements Represent the best within you. Are the fulfillment of your unique gifts and capacity to contribute. Deal with values and vision. Are written to inspire you, not to impress anyone else. Describe who you want to be.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 26 Put First Things First ® Habit 3
© 2004 FranklinCovey 27 Habit 3: See-Do-Get Get Do See I focus on what’s important. I plan my time according to my priorities. I achieve my goals.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 28 Key Questions Which activities support what matters most to me? How do I stay focused on what matters most?
© 2004 FranklinCovey 29 Life Management Quadrants Study for tomorrow’s exam. Pay overdue cell-phone bill. Work on project due today. Visit a roommate or family member who has been in in an accident. Go on a date with a friend. Work on an essay due in 30 days. Call home. Visit with academic advisor. Engage in idle conversations. Respond to all instant messages. Respond to all phone calls. Spend time on trivial questions. Engage in too much TV, Web surfing or video games. Engage in time- wasters. Become absorbed in escape activities. Procrastinate.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 30 The Bermuda Triangle of Time
© 2004 FranklinCovey 31 Saying Yes and No Yes No
© 2004 FranklinCovey 32 goal n 1: the object to which effort or ambition is directed; the destination of a journey Oxford English Dictionary Goal Definition
© 2004 FranklinCovey 33 Keys to Achieving Your Goals 1. Create goals based on your values. 2. Write down your goals. 3. Give your goals deadlines. 4. Break down your goals into manageable tasks. 5. Schedule your tasks in your planner. 6. Commit daily to achieving these tasks.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 34 Sample Goal Planning
© 2004 FranklinCovey 35 Planning Your Tasks
© 2004 FranklinCovey 36 Public Victory ® Public Victory
© 2004 FranklinCovey 37 Reteach Person 1 Review one key point from Foundational Principles Person 2 Review Habit 1 Person 3 Review Habit 2 Person 4 Review Habit 3
© 2004 FranklinCovey 38 Think Win-Win ® Habit 4
© 2004 FranklinCovey 39 Habit 4: See-Do-Get Get Do See I get better results by cooperating rather than competing. I persist in looking for win-win outcomes. I have more trusting relationships.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 40 Key Questions How do I balance my needs against someone else’s needs? What choices help me create win-win situations?
© 2004 FranklinCovey 41 Four Paradigms Win-Lose Lose-Win Lose-Lose Win-Win
© 2004 FranklinCovey 42 Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood ® Habit 5
© 2004 FranklinCovey 43 Habit 5: See-Do-Get Get Do See If I listen to understand, I’ll be understood. I use Empathic Listening ® skills. I gain stronger relationships.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 44 Key Questions What barriers affect communication? How does Empathic Listening strengthen communication?
© 2004 FranklinCovey 45 Common Barriers to Listening It is hard to listen if: You’re worried about problems. You listen faster than people speak. You’re tired or bored. You’re thinking about what you’re going to say back to the other person. You’re distracted.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 46 How You Communicate Words you use Nonverbals/ body language How you say words/ sounds you make
© 2004 FranklinCovey 47 Levels of Listening Ignoring Pretend listening Selective listening Attentive listening Empathic Listening ®
© 2004 FranklinCovey 48 Steps to Empathic Listening 1. Listen with you eyes, heart, and ears. 2. Stand in the other person’s shoes. 3. Practice mirroring.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 49 Synergize ® Habit 6
© 2004 FranklinCovey 50 Habit 6: See-Do-Get Get Do See I value differences in others. I seek the Third Alternative. I achieve better results.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 51 Key Questions What does synergy mean? What are the advantages of valuing differences? How do I achieve synergy?
© 2004 FranklinCovey 52 Synergy Practice Rules Write down all of the 10 body parts that have only three letters in their name. No crude answers allowed. No partial words allowed.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 53 Synergy Synergy is when two or more people: Produce more together than the sum of what they could produce separately. Use their differences to produce something that neither one could have produced alone.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 54 Synergy Model
© 2004 FranklinCovey 55 People Who Value Differences Act as role models. Act with courage and consideration. Do not prejudge others. Discuss conflicts privately with the person or persons involved. Are direct and honest. Desire success for others. Have a strong self-image. Enjoy the rewards of hard work. Make sure their words and actions show respect for all team members. Listen to understand.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 56 Getting to Synergy ® Action Plan Define the Problem or Opportunity Their Way (Seek first to understand the ideas of others.) Brainstorm (Create new options and ideas.) My Way (Seek to be understood by sharing your ideas.) High Way (Find the best solution.)
© 2004 FranklinCovey 57 Sharpen the Saw ® Habit 7
© 2004 FranklinCovey 58 Habit 7: See-Do-Get Get Do See I continually improve as I take time for myself. I set and achieve goals and plan time for myself. I am recharged.
© 2004 FranklinCovey 59 Key Questions How do I Sharpen the Saw? How well do I Live the 7 Habits?
© 2004 FranklinCovey 60 Four Dimensions BodyMind HeartSoul
© 2004 FranklinCovey 61 “The single most powerful investment we can ever make in life is investment in ourselves, in the only instrument we have with which to deal with life and to contribute.” —Stephen R. Covey Invest in Yourself!
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