; this to him is the essence of synergy, the mental, the emotional, and the psychological differences between people. And the key to valuing those differences is to realize that all people see the world, not as it is, but as they are.
Part four: RENEWAL Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw
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then the sum of its parts. Trust + cooperation + bonding + teamwork. Valuing the differences is the essence of synergy: mental, emotional, psychological. Value your differences as they add to your knowledge and understanding of reality.
7. Sharpen the saw
Balanced self renewal, personal production...
Key processes: Apply win-win thinking (habit 4) and empathic communication (habit 5) to seek synergistic outomces, including the Third Alternative (habit 6). Use synergy ground rules to discover the Third Alternative.
Process of synergising
The essence of synergy...
/Win and reflects highest level of trust. Valuing the differences is the essence of synergy- the mental, the emotional, the psychological differences between people.
7. Sharpen the Saw- It focuses on balanced self-renewal techniques and is more personal in nature. It applies to four dimensions...
security sufficient to handle the risks of being open and therefore vulnerable. In addition, by learning to use the left brain, logic, with the right brain, emotion, we develop psychic synergy that is suited to reality, which is logical and emotional.
Valuing the Differences
The essence of synergy...
intent to understand or we may listen three times more than we talk. The sixth habit is “Synergize”; it is the habit of creative cooperation. Furthermore, it is teamwork and open-mindedness. Also valuing the difference is the essence of synergy: mental, emotional, and psychological. The seventh habit...
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. This was habit 5: Seek first to be understanding,
then to be understood,
Synergize is habit 6 this habit basically is what it sounds like. The whole is greater than
the sum of its parts. [n practice, this means you must use "creative cooperation,, in social
interactions. Value differences...
or when there is already a very high level of trust in the relationship. |
|HABIT 6: SYNERGIZE |
|To put it simply, synergy means "two heads are better than one...
Principle which focuses on the greatest potential within and between people.
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. It is valuing the differences – to respect them, to build-on strengths, to compensate for weaknesses.
VII. Principle of Balanced Self-renewal...
one time is vital in achieving Win / Win solutions.
Covey addresses Habit 6 with discussion of synergy; synergy in the classroom; synergy in business; synergy in communication; the third alternative; negative synergy; valuing differences; and force field analysis. The 6 Habit is Synergy...
. Our differences are no longer stumbling blocks to communication and progress. Instead they become the stepping stones to synergy.
Principles of Creative Cooperation
The exercise of the other habits prepares us for synergy.
Synergy means the whole is greater than the sum of...
The “Habit 6” and “Habit 7” sections from Stephen R. Covey’s The 7 habits of Highly Effective People were very informative and interesting. “Habit 7: Synergize” was about communicating and working well with others to achieve higher goals. Covey said “The whole is greater than the sum of its...
. Practice empathic listening.
HABIT 6 – Synergize
The essence of synergy is to value differences – to respect them, to build on strengths, to compensate for weaknesses. And the key to valuing those differences is to realize that all people see the world not as it is, but as they are.
as when another person specifically asks for help from your point of view or when there is already a very high level of trust in the relationship.
Habit 6: Synergize
To put it simply, synergy means "two heads are better than one." Synergize is the habit of creative cooperation. It is teamwork...
. Valuing differences is the essence of synergy. I personally gained a lot from reading and studying the habit of synergy. It made me think that I don’t fully utilize the resources that I have available to me in my line of work far as much as I should. I work closely with a very diverse group of people...
legal and conceptual problems over the years and much time has been spent litigating the parameters around which these clauses can operate. In essence, the litigation has involved claims by unpaid suppliers of goods to insolvent companies to recover either the goods or proceeds resulting from those...
5. Win thinks in terms of securing an end, and leaving others to secure their own.
6. Win/Win or No Deal suggests that we can't come to a mutually beneficial solution, then there is no deal.
Win/Win is the habit of interpersonal leadership. There are five dimensions of the...
in their eyes one plus one is always equal to two or more. “Valuing the differences is the essence of synergy- the mental, the emotional, the psychological differences between people” (Covey 277). Synergy creates the optimum playing field for all the other habits. Many individuals don’t see the...
the actual project work to be accomplished.
5. Scope definitions are usually brief with only one or two pages being typical for small projects.
6. The ideal approach to estimating project time and costs is to use both the top-down and the bottom-up approach.
7. Nodes on an AON project network...
a standard of the respect for differences, the development of trust in teams, and the promotion of valuing the differences in others. When the expected behavior is not complied with, leaders should take suitable action to communicate that disrespectful behavior will not be tolerated. The last trap...
Beecham, before merging) 13
Risk-return analysis (GlaxoSmithKline, after merging) 14
Steps to gain synergy 16
Steps to gain synergy 16
Achieved synergy 20
Stock price performance 25
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present your own ideas clearly, specifically, visually and in the context of the paradigms of your audience, you significantly increase the credibility of your ideas.
Habit 6: Synergy
What is Synergy?
Synergy means that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts
Which means that the...
global workforce diversity is approached by non-US MNCs in a host environment characterized by signiﬁcant institutional, cultural and demographic differences from the previously dominant Anglo-Saxon contexts. Third, the adoption of a longitudinal case-study design allows deeper insights to be gleaned into...
-win attitude (habit 4), seek to understand before to be understood (habit 5), and believe you can achieve more together than alone (habit 6). Moreover, valuing the differences is the essence of synergy. To synergize, one needs to acknowledge and appreciate the differences between people. To believe...
Diversity management is a process intended to create and maintain a positive work environment where the similarities and
differences of individuals are valued. The literature on diversity management has mostly emphasized on organization culture;
its impact on diversity openness;...
How We Tend to Categorize People
|Worker Characteristics |Personal Characteristics |Traditional Differences Characteristics |
|Seniority |Sexual orientation |Race ...
will begin to interact together, they will open to each other's influence, and they will begin to gain new insight. The capability of inventing new approaches will increase exponentially because of differences. Valuing differences is what really drives synergy. Synergy is exciting. Creativity is...
treating others, as you would like to be treated yourself. Don’t be impatient, complain, or bad-mouth someone, unless you want the same treatment.
6. Sometime soon, find a quiet place where you can be alone. Think about what matters most to you.
7. Listen carefully to the lyrics of the music you...
7 Habits of Highly Effective People
Habit #1: Be Proactive
• We are free to use the space between stimulus and response to make choices that best reflect our values.
• Despite past choices and the impact of others’ choices and negative behaviors, we are free to continue making choices based...