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THE 8TH HABIT : 

THE 8TH HABIT PREPARED BY GROUP NO: 09 GROUP MEMBERS SUNNY SAURAV JAMUAR(35) SADHNA SARGAM(29) PARIMAL SAURABH(20 ) NEHA(15) BY:- STEPHEN R. COVEY

ABOUT THE AUTHOR : 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR STEPHEN COVEY is cofounder and vice chairman of FranklinCovey, a global professional services firm. Acknowledged by Time Magazine as one of the 25 most influential Americans. Dr. Covey is the author of seven books including:- > The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, > First Things First > Principle-Centered Leadership. Dr. Covey holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Utah, an MBA from Harvard and a Doctorate from Brigham Young University. . Covey is an internationally respected leadership authority, family expert, teacher, organizational consultant, founder of the former Covey Leadership Centre. PREPARED BY GROUP 9 2

ABOUT 7TH HABITS : 

ABOUT 7TH HABITS The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, first published in 1989, is a self-help book written by Stephen R. Covey 1. Be proactive 2. Begin with the end in mind Dependence 3. Put first things first 4. Think win/win Independence 5. Seek first to understand... Then to be understood 6. Synergise 7. Sharpen the saw Interdependence PREPARED BY GROUP 9 3

ABOUT THE BOOKTHE 8TH HABIT : 

ABOUT THE BOOKTHE 8TH HABIT The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness is a book written by Stephen R. Covey, published in 2004. MAIN IDEA The eighth habit is to "Find your voice and inspire others to find their voice". THIIS BOOK TELLS US HOW WE CAN REACH TO GREATNESS FROM EFFECTIVENESS The book is divided into two sections: > The first few chapters focusing on finding your voice, (means how we can find our voice) > Latter chapters are about inspiring others to find their voice. (it guides us how we can inspire other people to find their voice) PREPARED BY GROUP 9 4

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Find your voice 1. Discover your own voice 2. Express your voice > Vision > Discipline > Passion > Conscience Inspire others to find their voices FOCUS-MODELING AND PATH FINDING > Expand the influence > focusing upon trustworthiness > Building trust > Blend other’s voices > Create a common voice EXECUTION-ALIGNING AND EMPOWERING > Aligning goals and systems for results > Empowering others voice > Using our voice wisely to serve others PREPARED BY GROUP 9 5 CONTENT OF BOOK

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Find Your Voice (Discover your voice) To find your voice means to engage in work that genuinely taps your talents and fuels your passion. It means to do something significant with your career – to sense an unmet need and then to fully harness all your talents and passion to meet that need. To find your voice means to take the path to greatness rather than settling for mediocrity. PREPARED BY GROUP 9 6

Components of a person’s voice : 

Components of a person’s voice PREPARED BY GROUP 9 7 Components of a person Basic needs Key attributes dimensions Intelligences/ capacities To live To learn To love Discipline vision passion conscience conscience need Talent passion To leave a legacy mind sprit Body heart Physical (PQ) Mental (IQ) Emotional(EQ) Spiritual(SQ)

Express Your Voice : 

Express Your Voice All of history’s greatest achievers have only one thing in common. Through long-term effort and intensive inner struggle, they have greatly expanded their talents, passions, needs and conscience. By doing this, they have enhanced the power of their voices PREPARED BY GROUP 9 8 YOUR VOICE PASSION CONSCIENCE TALENTS NEEDS

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In order to express your voice more decisively and distinctively, you need to work at building your capacities in each of these four dimensions: 1. Vision – being able to see a future state in your mind’s eye before it materializes in the flesh. Vision is simply applied imagination, as most things are created mentally before being brought into physical reality 2. Discipline – which is effectively willpower embodied. Discipline is needed to actually make things happen. To be disciplined means to accept reality, become totally immersed in the facts and then move forward from there. 3. Passion – the unrelenting drive which comes from the heart. People with passion are motivational to be with because they believe the best way to predict the future is to take part in shaping it. 4. Conscience – your moral sense of what’s right and what’s wrong. Every religion and every culture of the world has an accepted set of values which dictates a sense of fairness and the concepts of honesty, respect and contribution. PREPARED BY GROUP 9 9

INSPIRE OTHERS TO FIND THEIR VOICE : 

INSPIRE OTHERS TO FIND THEIR VOICE The Leadership Challenge PREPARED BY GROUP 9 10 WHAT DO SUCCESSFUL LEADERS DO? SET DIRECTION ENGENDER ORGANISATIONAL CAPABILITY MOBILIZE INDIVIDUAL COMMITMENT DEMONSTRATE PERSONAL CHARECTER

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For an Organization to express its voice, its leaders must fulfill these roles: PREPARED BY GROUP 9 11 1.modelling:-For any organization to work in a perfect way the most important factor is to have faith and trust upon each other. it is very important for a leader to be a model both in character and competence. Just in fruit of trustworthiness of both people and organization. The personal character plays a vital role in trust upon someone. 2. Path finding: - The organisation must jointly develop a viable strategy which will allow it to move from where it is now to where it wants to be in the future. Path finding creates order without demanding it.

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PREPARED BY GROUP 9 12 3. Aligning :– the organisation has to put in place structures,processes and systems which will engender the behaviour which is desired and keep everyone on course. Aligning produces a form of institutionalised moral authority to act. Alignment nourishes both vision and empowerment without enshrining them as imperatives. 4. Empowering :– focusing the organisation’s talent on the results needed rather than the methods used and then getting out of people’s way. Empowering is all about execution. In an empowered organisation, leaders give help and direction only when requested. Empowerment unleashes human potential without externally motivating it.

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Focus embodies both the modeling and path finding roles in helping organizations find their voice and achieve greatness. PREPARED BY GROUP 9 13 YOUR ORGANISATION’S VOICE MODELING PATHFINDING FOCUS

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PREPARED BY GROUP 9 14 TO BUILD FOCUS

1. Expand Your Influence : 

1. Expand Your Influence Before you respond to a situation, decide whether or how to use the voice of influence. The boss may be a jerk, but you can choose your response. The key question: What’s the best thing you can do under these circumstances? You choose which level of initiative to use on the basis of how far the task lies within or outside your “circle of influence.” This choice takes sensitivity and judgment,but gradually your circle will expand. PREPARED BY GROUP 9 15 7 LEVELS OF INITIATIVES / SELF-EMPOWERMENT DO IT DO IT AND REPORT PERIODICALLY DO IT AND REPORT IMMEDIATELY “I INTEND TO “ MAKE A RECOMMENDATION ASK WAIT UNTIL TOLD TRUST TRUSTWORTHINESS

2. Be Trustworthy : 

2. Be Trustworthy Trust is the key to all relationships — and the glue of organizations. It’s not true that all we need for success is talent, energy and personality. PREPARED BY GROUP 9 16 Trustworthiness comes from personal character Personal integrity Maturity Abundance Mentality Technical competence Conceptual knowledge Awareness of interdependency

Blending Voices: Searching forThe Third Alternative : 

Blending Voices: Searching forThe Third Alternative The “third alternative” is a higher middle position, better than either of the other two ways. It’s a product of creative effort. It emerges from our willingness to really listen. We don’t know where it’s going to end up. All we know is that it’ll be better than it is now. PREPARED BY GROUP 9 17

One Voice: Pathfinding SharedVision, Values and Strategy : 

One Voice: Pathfinding SharedVision, Values and Strategy “Pathfinding” is uniting diverse people into one voice, one great purpose. One way to do this would be to announce the vision, values and strategy to people, without any real involvement on their part. or to reasonably involve people in the process of developingthe vision, mission and strategy, in a culture of trust. PREPARED BY GROUP 9 18

The Empowering Voice : 

The Empowering Voice The empowering role of leadership means creating win-win agreements about goals that align with the company’s vision, and then holding people accountable for results. PREPARED BY GROUP 9 19

The Four Disciplines of Execution (4DX) : 

The Four Disciplines of Execution (4DX) PREPARED BY GROUP 9 20 1. Always focus on the one thing that is wildly important. 2. Create a compelling scoreboard everyone will want to use. 3. Translate lofty goals into very specific actions. 4. Hold each other accountable for results all the time.

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PREPARED BY GROUP 9 21 Personal Greatness Leadership Greatness Organisational Greatness The 8th habit sweet spot 4DX

Using Our Voices Wisely to ServeOthers : 

Using Our Voices Wisely to ServeOthers I slept and dreamed that life was joy I awoke and saw that life was service I acted and behold, service was joy RABINDRANATH TAGORE These three lines says the whole thing i.e. our voice is useless if we not serve to others by our means. We should come out of I and should think about WE i.e. mankind because serving mankind will give bliss and this will act like a tonic for our body ,mind, heart and spirit which again in turn will make us a whole person which should be our ultimate goal. PREPARED BY GROUP 9 22

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PREPARED BY GROUP 9 23 Find your voice and inspire others to do so Find your voice Inspire others to find their voice Focus Execution In summary, the 8th Habit is all about finding your voice as an individual, as a team and as an organisation. SUMMARY

RECOMMENDATION : 

RECOMMENDATION This book is worth for everyone who finds it difficult to achieve their goal, the uniqueness of the 8th Habit is that it can be applied effectively to individuals, groups and organizations equally. PREPARED BY GROUP 9 24

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PREPARED BY GROUP 9 25 THANK YOU

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