القيادة المرتكزة على مبادئ

Learn the powerful principles Stephen R Covey has taught to many of the world s top executives and most influential leaders Align your organization s resources and structures to increase long term per

  • Title: القيادة المرتكزة على مبادئ
  • Author: Stephen R. Covey ستيفن آر. كوفي
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  • Page: 486
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  • القيادة المرتكزة على مبادئ

    Learn the powerful principles Stephen R Covey has taught to many of the world s top executives and most influential leaders Align your organization s resources and structures to increase long term performance and create a high trust culture the ultimate competitive advantage.

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    1. Tony

      This has been one of the best books on life I have read in some time. I would agree with many of the other reviewers that this was a fairly repetitive book, and normally I would have only given something like this 4 stars, but the difference for me was that the concepts are powerful enough that it deserves a lot of praise. The book is a good companion to Covey's phenomenal 7 Habits book, by acting as a new lens through which to view the 7 Habits concepts. This book illustrates how the use of sol [...]

    2. Greg Strandberg

      This book was pretty good, but I got a little tired of reading it and decided to take it back to the library. I think it has some good tips on being effective in life and business and leadership, while also having good habits. The first couple of chapters, Covey reiterates what he said in his book "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People." I never read that, but enjoyed the recap.All in all, if you want good motivational business/leadership books, this is a good one to look at.

    3. Glen Babington

      Characteristics of principle centered leadersContinually learning - question self improvingService orientatedradiate positive energy - be peacemaker, Hermosa or reverse destructive energyBelieve in other people - the unseen potential - don't carry grudgesLead balanced lives- actions proportionate to the situationSee life as an adventure - have flexibility as a key principleSynergistic - complement with the strengths of othersExercise for self renewal - physical, mental, emotional, spiritual7 Hab [...]

    4. Heather

      This is an excellent book that shows how to implement the 7 Habits of Highly-Effective People in organizations and relationships. I think that this book gives great insights into effective human resource planning and strategy. You have to look at your organization as a whole and people as a whole. What motivates? What inspires to do better? A mission and common goal are important. I found the chapters on managing expectations, and involving and empowering people very interesting.cially because o [...]

    5. Maen

      كتاب ضعيف لكاتب مميزلا أنصح بقراءتهكلام كثير برايي الشخصي اللي قرأ العادات السبعة للناس الأكثر فعالية مالو بحاجة هاد الكتابواللي ما قرأ العادات السبعة ما حيفهم هاد الكتاب

    6. حاتم عاشور

      من المحزن أن أكتب هذا الكلام من بعد وفاة ستيفن كوفي بيوم واحد ! الكتاب في وصفه الأول "كثير حكي" يمكن كان اختصار الكثير من المقدم وإعطاء خلاصات مفيدة بشكل أجمل، يحتوي على الكثير من النظريات والجانب الذي يتحدث فيه الكتاب مبني على البعد العملي تماماً.تشعر في لحظات أنك ضائع في صفح [...]

    7. Aaron Hutmacher

      This book was very good. However, the concepts and topics were very in depth and honestly deeper then my limited understanding could comprehend. Most books of this type take me a few weeks to read. I have been reading this book for a few months. I would read a few paragraphs and then have to digest what it said. I underlined or highlighted several key points and will likely keep this book on my bookshelf to refer to in the future.

    8. Aram

      I love Covey; he really goes in depth while keeping everything plain and simple. This book basically goes over four levels of Leadership; Personal, Interpersonal, Managerial and Organizational and how you will succeed at each level by applying the key corresponding principles; Trustworthiness, Trust, Empowerment and Alignment.If you are familiar with Covey you will tie a lot of these principles with other of his concepts, I felt this gave me an extra layer of understanding. Read It!

    9. Ameera H.Al-mousa

      يحتوي على مجموعة من المبادئ التى ترتكز عليها القيادة الناجحة , في المشاريع والأعمال والإدارة . يُلم بعض الجوانب والقيم الإجتماعية والصفات والطبائع الشخصية التى قد تُعد من العقبات لشخصية القائد في الإدارة .بعض اللمحات أيضا فيما يتعلق بالقيادة ومدى تكوين علاقات جادة ومفيدة ف [...]

    10. Ginette Smith

      Who would not like our political leaders to practice the type of leadership described in this book, especially in the contentious climate that seem to be the rule these days? As for the book itself, the constant repetition of the same ideas becomes tedious after a while, though I understand that it is a compendium of articles written for different audiences.

    11. Margaret

      Excellent. Everyone in any type of management position should read this book. Actually, I listened to itover and overd then bought the cd. Simple, thoughtful and encouraging. I want to buy a copy for those who don't think they need it.

    12. Jay

      Page 154: WTF?"How do we serve and eat the lunch of champions (feedback) and then the dinner of champions (course correction) within the context of the breakfast of champions (vision)?"

    13. Michael David

      Don't get me wrong: Principle-Centered Leadership is a great book. It was among the things that buoyed me in an extremely stressful week, because even my pastime of playing computer games was marred with unfortunate disconnections and further tragedy. I admit, it's so easy to blame others for their blatant mistakes, especially for a particularly rigorous game like DotA 2. However, most of us (especially me), are often too lenient with ourselves. We often like to push the blame towards other peop [...]

    14. Felix Alabi

      Okay I read this book just to improve my personal relationship with people and my intimate life. I actually found the book profitable and rewarding after spending a couple of days eating and biting its nourishing contents.The book starts by emphasizing that everything starts first with you and we should never make promises we can't keep.Stephen advised that you avoid some deadly sins in the world, one of which is looking for the get rich quick scheme. He introduced the law of the farm. The idea [...]

    15. K.G.

      Stephen Covey's Principle-Centered Leadership paradigm is a very good read. Yes, he's a bit repetitive in this book but I believe he did this to reinforce deep concepts. I love that his ideas are based on universal natural systems, principles or what his calls the "law of the farm" and not the latest sexy, quick fix or power-centered fad of the day. He makes the point that there are four possible paradigms focused on different needs. Covey's own paradigm is spirit and meaning-based teaches one t [...]

    16. BewareTheWildAnimals

      I listened to the audio copy of this book. It was read by the author and even though he has great knowledge, he is not a great narrator. The information in the book is easy to understand: create an organization, find people who fit your morals and ideals, get them to work together and create their own vision that is in line with your so they take ownership of it. The ideas and examples are clear and thankfully the book is short.

    17. Pat

      As a Senior Manager/leader for 25 years, this was the definitive and absolutely best book I ever read to help me become self-reflective and intentional in my leadership practice. Highly recommend it to all those in leadership roles.

    18. Neil Coulter

      I find it interesting how famous the name Stephen Covey is in leadership literature--because when I read his books, I find his writing drier than a caucus-race, sometimes trite (I mean, he has the "Give a man a fish" quote on the cover of the book!), and often repetitive. That was certainly the case with Principle-Centered Leadership, which has been on my shelf for several years and which I chose to read in small 1-to-3-chapter-a-day chunks over the past month or so. If you're tired of corporate [...]

    19. EB

      This had good information on building a strong team culture (starting with you) by focusing on principles and not processes. He argues that a business (or any group) is not a machine with interchangeable parts. It's an organic system that must be cultivated like a farm. Leaders should focus on finding people's strengths and using those and making their weaknesses irrelevant. He also talks about the difference between management and leadership. I found lots of interesting things in it. I dropped [...]

    20. Ahmed Hassan

      بعيدا عن اني استفدت من محتوي الكتاب جدا وان بالكتاب ده ستيفن كوفي بقي م الكتاب المتميزين بالنسبالي جدا بس الكتاب ده كسر بالنسبالي حاجز نفسي مهم جدا بالنسبالي اني خلصته من اوله لآخرة الحكاية اني بدات في الكتاب ده وانا في مركز التدريب خلصته اول ما روحت الكتيبة وفي حوالي شهر وده [...]

    21. Sean Gilmore

      This book is directed to an all-inclusive target audience. It book discusses the principle-centered leadership paradigm as it relates to businesses and organizations, as well as to individual and family relationships. Any individual, from the CEO of a large organization to a newlywed stay-at-home parent, can apply the concepts explained in the book. I would emphasize that it will be difficult to grasp all of the concepts from the book after one reading. Multiple readings will be necessary to und [...]

    22. Jim

      Even thinking about adding a review of this landmark book reminds me of how far we have fallen since 2008 when it was revealed that nothing was real and everything we thought we knew was wrong.For the pre-Bush/Obama Bail Out world of no moral hazard, this Reagan/Clinton era Covey classic observes that principle-centered leaders have common characteristics including:* continual learning* service orientation* radiate positive energy* belief in other people* leading balanced lives* seeing life as a [...]

    23. John Johnson

      This book is really just a collection of smaller essays Covey has written, and it is not put together very cohesively. I read this as part of a study circle, and we spent an enormous amount of energy interpreting what we thought he was really trying to say (instead of what he does say.)The ideas in the book itself are strong ones, though. If you seriously want to learn his ideas about leadership, just skip this one and go straight to the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, which is far more cog [...]

    24. Linda

      While it has a good message, I found it to be somewhat drawn out."Don't manage people manage things""Law of the farm" "Law of the school" (you cannot cram on the farm)If you tell someone the methods you cannot hold them accountable for resultsCompetency- professionalCharacter -personalTo develop a competency, explain the principlesmission statements include these aspects:social economic sprirtualpsychological paradigm is a way of thinking ,a map, if you changing your way of thinking is more impo [...]

    25. Alissa

      Finally picked this up after reviewing my notes from Synergy - the leadership experience I attended four years ago. I really like it in the beginning but then it got a bit repetitive at the end. I liked that it was divided into home and work section, and that it related back to the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, which I think I need to read again. The chapters are short and more like mini essays so that helped with readability. But again it does get repetitive in the end, and I felt like i [...]

    26. Spacek Kim

      This book presents a lot of principles and ideas on leadership. Some of the principles may be based on experience rather than research. That in itself is not negative, however, can lead the reader to believe what is presented is a formula for success. In everything we do as humans we must interact with those around us. It is most important to develop relationships with those we work as that is how people are motivated to do their best.

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