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The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People About Books &dquo;the intersection of habit, knowledge, The Seven and desire.&dquo; skill, Habits of He concludes the Highly introductory section with a brief overview of the Effective People. seven habits and an of explanation the two major organizing concepts: R. By Stephen Covey. and private victory public victory. The of self- achieving process New York: Simon and Schuster, awareness and increased indepen- dence defines the while the former, as latter is defined increasingly Don’t be fooled the this by title; toward the notion of inter- moving book is not about the habits of suc- dependence. cessful fast food or moguls corporate Those habits that the comprise CEOs. It is about all who would elements of are private victory seek to be leaders. in the second of the explained part to take the moral Covey attempts book. Leaders are to be encouraged in a holistic high ground structuring active (habit in their 1) analyzing model of and personal professional Circle of Influence over (things that is growth principle-centered which have and their control) they and character-based. He succeeds in Circle of Concern (things beyond this effort and the reader to urges their control). develop personal improvement The of a development http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png NASSP Bulletin: Official Journal of the National Association of Secondary School Principals SAGE

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SAGE
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Copyright © by SAGE Publications
ISSN
0192-6365
eISSN
1930-1405
DOI
10.1177/019263659207654222
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Abstract

About Books &dquo;the intersection of habit, knowledge, The Seven and desire.&dquo; skill, Habits of He concludes the Highly introductory section with a brief overview of the Effective People. seven habits and an of explanation the two major organizing concepts: R. By Stephen Covey. and private victory public victory. The of self- achieving process New York: Simon and Schuster, awareness and increased indepen- dence defines the while the former, as latter is defined increasingly Don’t be fooled the this by title; toward the notion of inter- moving book is not about the habits of suc- dependence. cessful fast food or moguls corporate Those habits that the comprise CEOs. It is about all who would elements of are private victory seek to be leaders. in the second of the explained part to take the moral Covey attempts book. Leaders are to be encouraged in a holistic high ground structuring active (habit in their 1) analyzing model of and personal professional Circle of Influence over (things that is growth principle-centered which have and their control) they and character-based. He succeeds in Circle of Concern (things beyond this effort and the reader to urges their control). develop personal improvement The of a development

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NASSP Bulletin: Official Journal of the National Association of Secondary School PrincipalsSAGE

Published: Mar 1, 1992

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