The Seven Habits Of Spectacularly Unsuccessful Executives [Thread 382034] - CiteHR
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The Seven Habits of Spectacularly Unsuccessful Executives

1. Habit # 1: They see themselves and their companies as dominating their environment

2. Habit #2: They identify so completely with the company that there is no clear boundary between their personal interests and their corporationís interests

3. Habit #3: They think they have all the answers

4. Habit #4: They ruthlessly eliminate anyone who isnít completely behind them

5. Habit #5: They are consummate spokespersons, obsessed with the company image

6. Habit #6: They underestimate obstacles

7. Habit #7: They stubbornly rely on what worked for them in the past

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Dear sir,
When browsed the hyper link given above it was found that the 7 habits are suitable for CEOs of a company. But the above habits are widely found in almost all levels of employees of a company. The above habits are mostly found in Government and PSUs in India.
Hey Sanjeev, Excellent find very good, it gives a new dimension to seven habits of effective managers.. a very good antonym good work buddy
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