Paradigms

In this video from The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People work session, Stephen R. Covey explains the significance of paradigms and how they affect the way we behave and the results we achieve.

"We think we see the world as it is, when in fact we see the word as we are." - Stephen R. Covey

________________

Unconscious biases are hard to identify, much less know their true impact. Before you can take steps to operate more fairly and effectively at work, you need to get your bearings. Download our latest guide: Seven Misconceptions About Unconscious Bias. 

About the Author

Stephen R. Covey

Over his lifetime, Stephen inspired millions with the power of universal principles. As he traveled the globe many times over, his message was a simple one: for true success and meaning in life, we must be principle-centered in all areas of life. A teacher at heart, he often taught, "There are three constants in life: change, choice and principles." From the oval office, the board room, community halls and to the school house and family room, Stephen taught the mindset, skillset and toolset found in The 7 Habits of Highly effective people, his seminal work. His legacy is woven in The 7 habits, and, just as these habits are universal and timeless, so is Stephen R. Covey, who is admired around the world for his simple, yet powerful, universal, timeless teachings. Recognized as one of Time magazine’s 25 most influential Americans, Stephen R. Covey was one of the world’s foremost leadership authorities, organizational experts, and thought leaders.

Follow on Twitter Visit Website More Content by Stephen R. Covey
Previous Article
Habit 6: Synergize®
Habit 6: Synergize®

Habit 6: Synergize is the highest activity in all life - the true test and manifestation of all the other h...

Next Article
Habit 7: Sharpen The Saw®
Habit 7: Sharpen The Saw®

Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw is about taking time for self-renewal. It makes all of the other Habits possible. ...

×

Sign Up for Our Weekly Newsletter

First Name
Last Name
Country
FranklinCovey does not share, sell, rent or trade personally identifiable information with third parties for promotional purposes. Privacy policy
!
Thank you!
Error - something went wrong!