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Restoring the Character Ethic Powerful Lessons in Personal change By: Stephen R Covey 23/09/2012 1
Restoring the Character Ethic
Restoring the
Character Ethic
Powerful Lessons in Personal change
Powerful Lessons
in Personal change
By: Stephen R Covey
By: Stephen
R Covey
Restoring the Character Ethic Powerful Lessons in Personal change By: Stephen R Covey 23/09/2012 1
Restoring the Character Ethic Powerful Lessons in Personal change By: Stephen R Covey 23/09/2012 1

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This presentation is an excerpts from the best selling management book, “The seven habits of

This presentation is an excerpts from the best selling management book, “The seven habits of highly effective people” by Stephen R Covey. Each of the Seven Habits has been described in the slide No-4 to slide No-

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In the next few slides, I have tried to share my past experience and knowledge & information gathered during my interaction with various management consultants, while undergoing various training, knowledge & information gathered from various management books, articles, & various world wide web sites pertaining to management education. Inculcating

these habits & implementing the HR practices can help personal

development as well as organisational development & help develop a

culture in consonance with organisational philosophy.

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Stephen Covey(Oct 24,1932 to July 16, 2012) was the well renowned international Management Guru, imparting
Stephen Covey(Oct 24,1932 to July 16, 2012) was the well renowned international Management Guru, imparting

Stephen Covey(Oct 24,1932 to July 16, 2012) was the well renowned international Management Guru, imparting training to most of the Fortune 500 companies. He is the author of several best selling Management books.

He was the co-chairman of Franklin Covey Company, an international firm devoted to

helping individuals, organisations, and families become more effective through the

application of proven principles of natural law. For many people, reading Covey's work, or listening to him, literally changes their lives.

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natural law. For many people, reading Covey's work, or listening to him, literally changes their lives.
natural law. For many people, reading Covey's work, or listening to him, literally changes their lives.
natural law. For many people, reading Covey's work, or listening to him, literally changes their lives.

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It is principle centered, character based, inside-out approach to personal and interpersonal effectiveness. Inside-out

It is principle centered, character based, inside-out approach to personal and interpersonal effectiveness.

Inside-out means to start first with self, even more

fundamentally, to start with the most inside part of self- with your paradigms, your character, and your motive.

The inside-out approach says that private victories precedes public victories, that making and keeping promises to ourselves precedes making and keeping promises to others. It says it is futile to put personality ahead of character, to try to improve relationships with others before improving ourselves.

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put personality ahead of character, to try to improve relationships with others before improving ourselves. 23/09/2012

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1) Ethics: - Ethics are that dimension of human thought & behaviour that is guided

1)Ethics:-

Ethics are that dimension of human thought & behaviour that is guided by standards & principles of appropriate conduct. It involves a commitment to do the right thing.

2)Values:-

Values are one's judgments about what is important in life.

Values tell people what is good, bad, right, wrong, beneficial,

important, useful, beautiful, desirable, appropriate.

3)Paradigm:-It is our perception about the world. It is the way we see the world-not in terms of visual sense of sight, but in terms of perceiving , understanding & interpreting the world.

4)Habits:- An acquired pattern of behavior that often occurs

automatically.

5)Principles:-These are guidelines for human conduct that are proven to have enduring, permanent value.

6)Proactive:- Tending to initiate change rather than reacting to events.

to have enduring, permanent value. 6) Proactive: - Tending to initiate change rather than reacting to
to have enduring, permanent value. 6) Proactive: - Tending to initiate change rather than reacting to
to have enduring, permanent value. 6) Proactive: - Tending to initiate change rather than reacting to

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 There are two types of ethics that define our success.  a) Character ethics

There are two types of ethics that define our success.

a) Character ethics:-Things like integrity, humility, fidelity, temperance, courage, justice, patience, simplicity through

which the people can only experience true & enduring success.

These attributes are the foundation stone of success. The character ethics teaches us that there are basic principles of effective living, and that people can only experience true

success and enduring happiness as they learn and integrate

these principles into their basic character.

Character is like a tree & reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it, the tree is the real thing-

Abraham Lincoln

reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it, the tree is the
reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it, the tree is the
reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it, the tree is the
reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it, the tree is the

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 b) Personality ethics:- In such type of ethics more importance is given to the

b) Personality ethics:-In such type of ethics

more importance is given to the personality of a

person rather than the character, for achieving

success. This emphasises more on quick-fix influence techniques, communication skills & positive attitude.

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This emphasises more on quick-fix influence techniques, communication skills & positive attitude. 23/09/2012 7
This emphasises more on quick-fix influence techniques, communication skills & positive attitude. 23/09/2012 7
This emphasises more on quick-fix influence techniques, communication skills & positive attitude. 23/09/2012 7

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Private Victory:-The first three habits move a person from

dependence to independence. These are the essence of the

character growth. These habits are called habits of self-mastery.

Principles of personal vision

Habit 1

Be

Proactive

Habits

for

Private

Victory

Principles of personal leadership

Habit 2

Begin with the end in mind

of personal leadership Habit 2 Begin with the end in mind H a b i t
of personal leadership Habit 2 Begin with the end in mind H a b i t
of personal leadership Habit 2 Begin with the end in mind H a b i t
of personal leadership Habit 2 Begin with the end in mind H a b i t

Habit 3

Put first

things

first

Principles of personal management

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Principles of interpersonal leadership Habit 4- Think Win/Win Habit 5- Seek first to understand &
Principles of interpersonal leadership
Principles of
interpersonal
leadership

Habit 4-

Think Win/Win

Habit 5- Seek first to understand

& then to be understood

Principles of Empathetic communication
Principles of
Empathetic
communication
Principles of Creative Cooperation
Principles of
Creative
Cooperation

Habit 6-

Synergize

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Principles of Balanced self renewal Habit 7- Sharpen the Saw 23/09/2012 10
Principles of Balanced self renewal
Principles of
Balanced self
renewal

Habit 7- Sharpen the Saw

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Principles of Balanced self renewal Habit 7- Sharpen the Saw 23/09/2012 10

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Principles of Balanced self renewal Habit 7- Sharpen the Saw 23/09/2012 10
Principles of Balanced self renewal Habit 7- Sharpen the Saw 23/09/2012 10
 What is proactivity? It is more than taking initiative. This is the ability to

What is proactivity? It is more than taking initiative. This is the ability to control one's

environment, rather than have it control you,

as is so often the case. Self determination, choice, and the power to decide response to stimulus, conditions and circumstances.

We have the initiative and the responsibility to make things happen.

Highly proactive people recognize that responsibility.

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and the responsibility to make things happen.  Highly proactive people recognize that responsibility. 23/09/2012 11

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Circle of influence & Circle of concern:-Excellent way to become more self aware regarding our
Circle of influence & Circle of concern:-Excellent way to become more self aware
regarding our own degree of pro-activity is to look at where we focus our time &
energy.
Circle of Concern: Identify those concern on which you don’t have any influence & minimise
Circle of Concern: Identify
those concern on which you
don’t have any influence &
minimise this circle of
concern
Circle of
Influence
:Increase this
circle of
influence to
increase your
pro activity.
Highly Proactive people focus their efforts on
circle of influence.

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 We have lot of concerns in our lives. In some cases we have no

We have lot of concerns in our lives. In some cases we have no control over those concerns & in some cases

we have control. We have to identify those concerns only where we have some control & enlarge our circle

of influence to bring out a change.

How to enlarge the circle of influence?

a) Be a light not a judge. b) Be a model, not a critic.

c) Be part of the solution, not part of the problem.

d) Don’t get into blaming, accusing mode.

e) Work on things you have control over.

problem.  d) Don’t get into blaming, accusing mode.  e) Work on things you have
problem.  d) Don’t get into blaming, accusing mode.  e) Work on things you have
problem.  d) Don’t get into blaming, accusing mode.  e) Work on things you have
problem.  d) Don’t get into blaming, accusing mode.  e) Work on things you have

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 At the very heart of our circle of influence is our ability to make

At the very heart of our circle of influence is our ability to make and

keep commitments and promises.

The commitments we make to ourselves and to others, and our

integrity to those commitments, is

the essence and clearest manifestation of our pro activity.

and our integrity to those commitments, is the essence and clearest manifestation of our pro activity
and our integrity to those commitments, is the essence and clearest manifestation of our pro activity

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and our integrity to those commitments, is the essence and clearest manifestation of our pro activity
and our integrity to those commitments, is the essence and clearest manifestation of our pro activity
Habit 2 is based on the principle that all things are created twice. It is

Habit 2 is based on the principle that all things are created twice. It is based on principles of personal leadership, which means that the Leadership is the first creation and Management is the second creation.

Leadership and management are the two creations.

Management is a bottom line focus.

According to Peter Drucker :-Management is doing the things right , Leadership is doing the right things.

The most effective way to nurture Habit 2 is to develop a personal

mission statement. It focuses on what you want to be(character) and to do(contributions and achievement) and on the values or principles upon which being and doing are based. A good mission

A good mission statement should incorporate socially meaningful and measurable criteria addressing such areas as the moral/ethical position of the individual, the personal improvement to be developed and the expectations of growth and personal development.

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the personal improvement to be developed and the expectations of growth and personal development. 23/09/2012 15
the personal improvement to be developed and the expectations of growth and personal development. 23/09/2012 15
the personal improvement to be developed and the expectations of growth and personal development. 23/09/2012 15

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Stephen R. Covey's Mission Statement : To inspire, l i f t an d provi

To inspire, lift and provide tools for change and growth of individuals and organizations throughout the world to significantly increase their performance capability in order to achieve worthwhile purposes through understanding and living principle-centered leadership.

T.K.Dhar’s Mission Statement To strive relentlessly to bring a change in environment and society through sharing knowledge and resources at my disposal, spread joy, unconditional love and compassion and lead a life with highest degree of moral values and integrity.

joy, unconditional love and compassion and lead a life with highest degree of moral values and
joy, unconditional love and compassion and lead a life with highest degree of moral values and
joy, unconditional love and compassion and lead a life with highest degree of moral values and
joy, unconditional love and compassion and lead a life with highest degree of moral values and

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 This is the principles of personal management.  Habit 1 says you are the

This is the principles of personal management. Habit 1 says you are the creator. It is based on the four unique endowments of imagination, conscience, independent will and particularly self awareness. Effective management is put first things first. While leadership decides what first things are, it is the management that puts them first.

things first. While leadership decides what first things are, it is the management that puts them
things first. While leadership decides what first things are, it is the management that puts them

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things first. While leadership decides what first things are, it is the management that puts them
things first. While leadership decides what first things are, it is the management that puts them
 It is the habit of interpersonal leadership.  It involves the exercise of each
 It is the habit of interpersonal leadership.  It involves the exercise of each
 It is the habit of interpersonal leadership.  It involves the exercise of each

It is the habit of interpersonal leadership.

It involves the exercise of each of the unique human endowments- self awareness, imagination, conscience, and independent will in our relationship with others. Character is the foundation of win/win and everything else builds on that foundation. Win/Win is a total paradigm of human interaction. It comes from a character of integrity, maturity, and the abundance mentality. It grows out of high trust relationship. Lack of respect & trust destroys relationship & puts the organisation always in urgency mode. Achievements are largely dependent on co- operative efforts with others.

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 Seven common mistakes the leader makes which prevents the leader from being trusted by
 Seven common mistakes the leader makes which prevents the leader from being trusted by
 Seven common mistakes the leader makes which prevents the leader from being trusted by

Seven common mistakes the leader makes which prevents the leader from being trusted by the followers:

The leader withhold trust in others.

The leader asks much, yet fail to

acknowledge effort.

The leader behaves badly.

The leader does not admit his mistakes.

The leader spin the truth.

The leader duck people & performance

issues.

The leader does not walk the talk.

And finally, they assume that their position alone makes them worthy of other’s trust.(Author- Dennis and Michelle Reina- Co-founder of the Reina Trust Building Institute)

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 Seek first to understand involves a very deep shift in paradigm. We typically seek

Seek first to understand involves a very deep shift in paradigm. We typically seek first to be understood.

Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.

In order to seek first to understand we have to be

empathetic listener.

What is empathy ?

It is the awareness of other’s feelings, needs, and

concerns. Empathy is our social radar. It is the ability to

sense what others feel without their explicitly saying so.

is our social radar. It is the ability to sense what others feel without their explicitly
is our social radar. It is the ability to sense what others feel without their explicitly

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 Empathy is demonstrated in the way we listen or do not listen. Most of

Empathy is demonstrated in the way we listen or do not listen. Most of us listen with the intent to reply. We do not listen with the intent to understand. In order to become empathetic listener we have to refrain from the following types of behaviour and responses:-

Changing the topic

I know better than you. Judjmental

Advising

Telling our own stories

the topic  I know better than you.  Judjmental  Advising  Telling our own
the topic  I know better than you.  Judjmental  Advising  Telling our own

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 Before the problem come up, before you try to evaluate and prescribe, before you

Before the problem come up, before you try to evaluate and prescribe, before you try to present your own ideas- seek to understand. It is a powerful habit of effective independence.

When we really, deeply understand each other, we open the door to creative solutions . Our differences are no longer stumbling blocks to

communication and progress. Instead they become

the stepping stones to synergy.

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stumbling blocks to communication and progress. Instead they become the stepping stones to synergy. 23/09/2012 23
stumbling blocks to communication and progress. Instead they become the stepping stones to synergy. 23/09/2012 23
stumbling blocks to communication and progress. Instead they become the stepping stones to synergy. 23/09/2012 23

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 What is Synergy? It means that the whole is greater than the sum of

What is Synergy? It means that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

Synergy, in general, may be defined as two or more

agents working together to produce a result not

obtainable by any of the agents independently.

Synergy is the essence of principle centered leadership. It catalyzes, unifies, and unleashes the greatest powers within people.

The essence of synergy is to value differences-to respect them, to build on strengths, to compensate for weakness.(Envy, jealousy, selfishness are the main negative

attributes of a human being which becomes the main

bottlenecks in synergy)

are the main negative attributes of a human being which becomes the main bottlenecks in synergy)
are the main negative attributes of a human being which becomes the main bottlenecks in synergy)

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It is the renewal of following four dimensions of our nature:-  i) Physical:-Exercise, nutrition,

It is the renewal of following four dimensions of our nature:-

i) Physical:-Exercise, nutrition, stress

management.

ii) Spiritual:-Value clarification, commitment, study & meditation.

iii) Mental:- Reading, Visualising, Planning, Writing.

iv) Social/emotional:-Service, empathy.

 iii) Mental:- Reading, Visualising, Planning, Writing.  iv) Social/emotional:-Service, empathy. 23/09/2012 25
 iii) Mental:- Reading, Visualising, Planning, Writing.  iv) Social/emotional:-Service, empathy. 23/09/2012 25

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 Proactive people can figure out many, many ways to educate themselves.  a) There

Proactive people can figure out many, many ways to educate themselves.

a) There is no better way to inform and

expand your mind on a regular basis than to get into the habit of reading good literature.

b) Writing is another powerful way to sharpen the

mental saw.

c) Organisation as well as individual effectiveness

requires development and renewal of all four

dimensions(mentioned in previous slide) in a

wise and balanced way.

development and renewal of all four dimensions(mentioned in previous slide) in a wise and balanced way.
development and renewal of all four dimensions(mentioned in previous slide) in a wise and balanced way.
development and renewal of all four dimensions(mentioned in previous slide) in a wise and balanced way.
development and renewal of all four dimensions(mentioned in previous slide) in a wise and balanced way.

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Self awareness- Habit 1- Self Commitment Imagination, conscience, emotions, conduct Be Proactive Development
Self awareness-
Habit 1-
Self
Commitment
Imagination,
conscience,
emotions, conduct
Be Proactive
Development
-Reading, writing,
socialising,
Leadership-
Habit 2
Babit-7
Mission, values,
exercising, work
Sharpen the Saw
Begin with the
end in mind
Contribution,
Judgment, inspire,
life balancing.
innovate, Lead by
example, mentor
Seven Habits of
Highly Effective
Collaboration-
People-Stephen
Management-
Habit 3
Team work,
Habit 6-
R Covey
Group effort,
Synergize
Put first things
first
Delegation
Motivate,
Accomplish, Do
things right.
Empathy-
Habit 5
Relationship-
Listen, Understand,
Seek first to
understand then
to be
understood
Habit 4
Love, Respect,
Care, Support
Think Win/Win
Trust

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Self Actualisation

The best modern organisations have started realising that

sustainable success is built on a serious and compassionate commitment to helping people identify, pursue and reach their own personal unique potential & aligning the individual potential to

achieve the corporate objective.(satisfaction of self actualisation at

the top of the pyramid shown in slide-28) When people grow as people, they automatically become more effective and valuable as employees.

In fact virtually all personal growth, whether in a hobby, a special talent or

interest, or a new experience, produces new skills, attributes, behaviours and

wisdom that is directly transferable to any sort of job role. The best modern organisations recognise this and as such offer development support to their staff in any direction whatsoever that the person seeks to grow and become more fulfilled.

support to their staff in any direction whatsoever that the person seeks to grow and become
support to their staff in any direction whatsoever that the person seeks to grow and become
support to their staff in any direction whatsoever that the person seeks to grow and become
support to their staff in any direction whatsoever that the person seeks to grow and become
support to their staff in any direction whatsoever that the person seeks to grow and become

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Aligning all the employees with the organisational

philosophy

In order to survive, most of the organisations today are more concerned with the improvement of top line & bottom line. But little attention is paid to the development of the organisational

culture, which is equally important for sustainable growth & getting enduring success. Most of them have beautifully drafted vision statement, mission statement, core values, organisational philosophy. But little attention is paid to align all the employees

with those values & philosophy of the organisation. This leads to

mismatch between the philosophy of the organisation & their employees.

the organisation. This leads to mismatch between the philosophy of the organisation & their employees. 23/09/2012
the organisation. This leads to mismatch between the philosophy of the organisation & their employees. 23/09/2012
the organisation. This leads to mismatch between the philosophy of the organisation & their employees. 23/09/2012
the organisation. This leads to mismatch between the philosophy of the organisation & their employees. 23/09/2012

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HR practices which can help in developing sustainable

organisational culture in the long term

1)

Johari Window model:-It was developed by American psychologists Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham in the 1950s.This model can be used to increase self awareness, personal development and group development. The Johari Window actually represents information - feelings, experience, views, attitudes, skills, intentions, motivation, etc - within or about a person - in relation to their group, from four perspectives.

2)

360 degree feedback process:-This can be used for leadership development or development of interpersonal behaviours. As per Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, Co-founder of Marshall Goldsmith Partners & Coach, senior management team at many of the world’s leading companies like American Express, GE, Johnson & Johnson, UBS use 360degree feedback as a part of an overall process to help align corporate values with individual behaviour.

3)

Code of ethics/conduct:-Writing code of Ethics applicable for all level of employees helps in developing sustainable organisation culture . A code of ethics should be tailored to the needs and values of the organization. Display/circulation of code of ethics/conduct. This require every one to acknowledges & understands the responsibility to comply with it. Best practices is to include it in employee orientation programme.

4)

Organisation structure:-Review of organisation structure, its effectiveness & the best prevalent practices, keeping in view the long term objective & values of the organisation.

5)

Vision, Mission, Core Values:-Sharing/displaying Organisation Vision , Mission, Core values with all employees, specifically the new entrants(making it a part & parcel of welcome kit) and igniting passion to live by values.

the new entrants (making it a part & parcel of welcome kit) and igniting passion to
the new entrants (making it a part & parcel of welcome kit) and igniting passion to
the new entrants (making it a part & parcel of welcome kit) and igniting passion to
the new entrants (making it a part & parcel of welcome kit) and igniting passion to

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Johari Window model for increasing self

awareness, understanding relationship, personal

development, group development

The Johari Window processes of serious feedback solicitation,

disclosure, and striving to uncover one's unknown area relate to Maslow's 'self-actualization' ideas contained in the Hierarchy of

Needs.(depicted in slide No.28) Today the Johari Window model is especially relevant due to modern emphasis on, and influence of, 'soft' skills, behaviour,

empathy, cooperation, inter-group development and

interpersonal development. This model can help in increasing

self awareness which in turn will help nurture & inculcate Habit-4

described in Slide No-20.

self awareness which in turn will help nurture & inculcate Habit-4 described in Slide No- 20.
self awareness which in turn will help nurture & inculcate Habit-4 described in Slide No- 20.
self awareness which in turn will help nurture & inculcate Habit-4 described in Slide No- 20.
self awareness which in turn will help nurture & inculcate Habit-4 described in Slide No- 20.

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360 degree Feedback

There are tools like 360 degree feedback process, where the peer, superior, subordinate gives feedback about each one of them. This system works on the premise that “There is no challenge more challenging than improving yourself”.

360-degree feedback process was developed in order to

improve the manager/employee relationship. In present day organizations, 360-degree feedback process

is used mostly for leadership development.

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In present day organizations, 360-degree feedback process is used mostly for leadership development. 23/09/2012 33
In present day organizations, 360-degree feedback process is used mostly for leadership development. 23/09/2012 33
In present day organizations, 360-degree feedback process is used mostly for leadership development. 23/09/2012 33

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Code of Ethics/Code of conduct

Code of Ethics is required:-

a) To define accepted/acceptable behaviours in line with organisational philosophy.

b) To promote high standards of practice.

c) For self evaluation & act as a benchmark for employees to

use.

d) To establish a framework for professional behaviour and responsibilities.

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benchmark for employees to use. d) To establish a framework for professional behaviour and responsibilities. 23/09/2012
benchmark for employees to use. d) To establish a framework for professional behaviour and responsibilities. 23/09/2012
benchmark for employees to use. d) To establish a framework for professional behaviour and responsibilities. 23/09/2012

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From Effectiveness to Greatness

From Effectiveness to Greatness In 1992, because of his selfless humanitarian endeavors, JRD Tata was awarded

In 1992, because of his selfless humanitarian endeavors, JRD Tata was awarded India`s highest civilian honor, the Bharat Ratna-one of the rarest instances in which this award was granted

during a person`s lifetime. In the same year, JRD Tata was also bestowed with the United Nations Population Award for his

crusading endeavors

movement in India, much before it became an official government policy.

towards initiating and successfully implementing the family planning

Some valuable insights:-
Some valuable insights:-

Good leaders are followed chiefly because people trust and respect them,implementing the family planning Some valuable insights:- rather than the skills they possess. Leadership is about

rather than the skills they possess. Leadership is about behaviour first, skills second.

Great and enduring leaders are anchored by their conscience or spiritualpossess. Leadership is about behaviour first, skills second. intelligence.- Stephen R Covey A Cardinal principle of

intelligence.- Stephen R Covey

A Cardinal principle of Total Quality escapes too many managers:conscience or spiritual intelligence.- Stephen R Covey You can not continuously improve interdependent processes

You can not continuously improve interdependent processes until you progressively perfect interdependent interpersonal relationshipHenry Ford.

interdependent interpersonal relationship — Henry Ford . “An organisation’s ability to learn and translate it

“An organisation’s ability to learn and translate it into action rapidly is the ultimate competitive advantage”-Jack Welch

ability to learn and translate it into action rapidly is the ultimate competitive advantage” - Jack
ability to learn and translate it into action rapidly is the ultimate competitive advantage” - Jack
ability to learn and translate it into action rapidly is the ultimate competitive advantage” - Jack
ability to learn and translate it into action rapidly is the ultimate competitive advantage” - Jack

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Basic Principles of Leadership

“Practice what you preach”

This will help earning the respect & trust of the followers. Gandhiji realised that untouchability is an evil to the

Indian society. So he preached to eradicate this evil

from the Indian society. He used to stay with the Harijan’s in their hut to show the world that they are not untouchable.

He used to stay with the Harijan’s in their hut to show the world that they
He used to stay with the Harijan’s in their hut to show the world that they
He used to stay with the Harijan’s in their hut to show the world that they
He used to stay with the Harijan’s in their hut to show the world that they

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CMA T. K. Dhar Your feedback, comments & valuable suggestions solicited. tkd_kol@yahoo.co.in For insightful

CMA T. K. Dhar

Your feedback, comments & valuable suggestions solicited.

tkd_kol@yahoo.co.in For insightful thoughts of life & leadership thoughts, visit my blogsite www.grab.synthasite.com

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