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Please review again the article of the seven habits of highly effective people (https://blog.hubspot.com/sales/habits-of-highly-effective-people-summary), in particular, habit 2.
Identify your center and explain why you feel comfortable with this center. Next break down different roles in your life – like professional, personal and community and list in the perspective of your center, three goals you want to achieve for each.
- Minimum of 300-words for your original post, use your own words only and reference your sources.
Please review again the reading of Leadership Development & Personal effectiveness, pg. 4-53
- go to pg. 12 and complete the questionnaire about your ideal self
- next, go to pg. 20 and complete the questionnaire about your real self
- Ask 3 people (1 friend, 1 family and 1 colleague) for open and honest feedback on your answers to the questions in the questionnaire. This is so-called 360-degree feedback.
- Analyze your findings of your ideal self, your real self, and the 360-degree feedback and then go to the learning agenda on pg. 28 and complete the questionnaire on how to build your strengths and reduce the gaps between your ideal and your real self.
Next, write an essay about your analysis and your plan how to build your strengths and reduce the gaps between your ideal and your real self.
Paper requirements: 2-3 typed pages, well-organized and all references properly cited in APA format.
Please complete the learning style inventory (pg. 53-60) in the document Leadership development & Personal effectiveness and write a brief reflection (200-words) about the outcome in your learning journal. Do you recognize your learning style and do you agree with the outcome?
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