7 Habits Of Highly Effective People

Course Overview:

Highly industrious and successful people have these seven habits that set them apart from the rest of the rat pack. These are the leaders, the innovators, the people who change the world, and the people whose names inevitably go down in history.

They are Proactive. They begin with the end in mind. Think Win-Win situations, and work towards them. They seek first to understand, then to be understood. They seek to synergize, therefore coming to conclusive decisions where everyone gets the largest piece of the pie. And last but not least, they sharpen the saw, in the act, learning how to perfect everything that they do.

Stephen Covey came out with these principles in his 1989 book, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People”, the first non-fiction book that has sold more than 25 million copies worldwide since its first publication. In this book, he wrote about what he believed to be “true north principles”. Principles that he believed, applied to successful and highly effective people universally.

Who Can Enroll:

Anyone can, who wants to be successful and efficient. The Covey approach to being successful and efficient is made for people who actually want to be so. There is a significant difference in wanting to, and knowing you need to better yourself, improving efficiency every step of the way.

Learning Outcome:

  • Being Proactive – Being proactive is something you need to feed into your thought process every step of the way. And that is the first thing the course teaches you.
    How to be proactive.
  • Beginning with the end in mind – This is a work ethic that has to be imbibed, as well as a philosophy. No project hitherto foreseen, has ever seen its way to completion by being just an idea. Everyone has ideas! The idea here is to turn those ideas into reality.
  • Giving priority to the things that matter – How to properly use the Eisenhower Matrix, among other things.
  • Win Win Situations – Where everyone gets the largest slice of the pie, and how to think along those lines. Where every interpersonal decision you take provides mutually advantageous outcomes.
  • Understanding comes first, being understood next – The mindset that drives every successful man. Completely understanding the person you are interacting with. And then, making yourself understood by that person.
  • Synergize – Synergy is at the core of any successful endeavor. Most, if not all, successful people know how to properly synergize. They collaborate with peers, collating the powers of the group to reach farther, faster.
  • Growth – Something Covey called Sharpening the Saw. How to grow your mental, physical and spiritual health. Much like Kaizen, but also much more.

Course Features:

  • Comprehensive practical training to enforce theoretical principles.
  • Limited Registrations, effective presentations.
  • Course can be customized to the needs of different businesses and LOGO added to presentations.
  • Course cost covers training sessions, a set of comprehensive notes, support material, templates and hand-outs with soft copy.
  • Professionally planned, prepared and presented.
  • Internationally recognized certificate for lifetime validity of training completion. (For this, Participants must achieve 80% in the CHOOLS exam)
  • Support from subject matter experts. Query Handling Facility
    Industry related project support. Career guidance and candidate promotion.

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Course Outline:

By learning these principles set out by Stephen Covey, you will have all the tools necessary to be efficient, readily at your disposal.

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