V.Raghunathan
Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Asudhir17
Agm Ehs And Project Management
Ram K Navaratna
Hr Consultancy
Rldurga
Hr & Management
+3 Others

Dear All, Please find attached here with a good ppt on effectiveness 7 habits. This is very good for Trainings. Hope it is usefult o you. Thanks & Regards, Sudhir
From India, Nasik

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File Type: ppt EFFECTive.PPT (1.24 MB, 2519 views)

Dear Sudheer Lot of efforts you have put in. Good and congratulations. With your kind permission I use your PPT as and when required. Thanks Ram K Navaratna Bangalore
From India, Bangalore
Hi Sudhir,
Your attempt is laudable.But you say time management is important but you appear to have not followed it here.There are certain slides which are incomplete. And they are too lengthy. You have a wish to tell all you know in one go!! A trainer would be guided by what the participants require than what the trainer knows.
If I want to catch a fish, and If I put chocolates (which I like) into the hook and put it under water, no fish will come. I must put what the fish likes - the earthworms - then only fish will come eat it and get entangled. Participants are very important for a trainer and you must know the time available for you to do the presentation and segregate important and essential from unimportant and non-essential things.Only the former should be given to them. A lot of home work needs to be done before we attempt a ppt.
Hope you will take all these in positive frame of mind. All these suggestions are for your consumption and improvement.
M.J. SUBRAMANYAM, MUMBAI

From India, Bangalore
i hav this book but i never went further aftr 2 habit!! thank you.
please tell me how all people wid gr8 presentation skills manage to get pics as per the topic??? still scratching my head!! hope to hear from you soon.
once again thanks a lot.

From India, Hyderabad
Hi,
That was the precise idea behind sharing.
If the ppt or any part of it, is used by some one to add value to their organisation is the success of citehr.
I shall be the happiest person.
Thanks & Regards,
Sudhir

From India, Nasik
Dear Sudhir
I am a Trainer in 7 Habit ( Actually 8 Habits now).
What you have presented is very good indeed. Sime inputs - u need to blend with the audience ( levels differ therefore approach should also be different)
You could porbably use this as a base - change as and when needed.
Examples given shoudl be audience specifiec. Throw in both personal & professional examples to be able to corelate as 8 Habits is actually about the individual that has many roles and 1 being the "worker"
Wish you all the best
Durga

From India, Madras
Hey Sudhir, It was a gr8 ppt in the effectiveness i had seen ever. Thanks for sharing & a great job. Definitely it helps many of us in training purpose. Thanks Saurabh
From India, Patna
Hi,
Thanks for the suggestions.
While uploading the ppt, some slides are deleted.
These slides contain some hints for me to remember which example is to be given.
You are correct, some slides are changed depending upon the audience.
Request to share the ppt you use.
Thanks & Regards,
Sudhir

From India, Nasik
Sudhir,
Appreciate the effort that you made for the presentation. It is an awesome presentation.
Thanks for sharing!
Can i use it for my presentation, whichever is applicable? and can i make revisions on it so that it can be applicable to my organization.
Thanks a lot!
Roland

From Philippines, Angeles City
Hello Mr Sudhir,
It was a good revision.
Nice to see that Stephen Covey's points being supplemented.
V.Raghunathan..................................... ............................... Navi Mumbai

From India
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