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The 10 Social Competences of the Character Development Model that a each one of us should have: 1.

Social Competence skill - Respect 2. Social Competence skill - Empathy 3. Lack of Blame 4. Emotional Intelligence skill - Humility 5. Emotional Intelligence skill - Emotional Mastery 6. Emotional Intelligence skill - Responsibility 7. Emotional Intelligence skill - Accountability 8. Emotional Intelligence skill - Self-Confidence 9. Emotional Intelligence skill - Courage 10. Social Competence skill - Focus on the whole 1. Respect The person, that demonstrates Respect show’s unconditional high regard for others, acknowledging their value as human beings, regardless of their behavior (and isn't that what it is we wish from others). The respect comes through in all situations, even during times of conflict or criticism. Demonstrating respect for others requires developing and refining the following core personal qualities (not faking it). 2. Social Competence skill - Empathy Treating everyone in the organization with empathy helps leaders earn trust. Leaders who are empathetic create strong bonds and are seen as less political. The person who demonstrates the core quality of empathy: • Can understand others’ points of view, including the views of those who are different • Shows genuine concern for others • Listens with understanding • Is respectful even when he or she has nothing to gain from the relationship 3. Lack of Blame The person who doesn’t blame others is not defensive. They are able to reflect honestly on their own behavior and are willing to admit mistakes. When things go wrong, they don't spend time assigning blame; they spend time fixing the problem. A person who demonstrates the core quality of lack of blame: • Admits fault when appropriate – even to customers • Does not look for a scapegoat in a crisis • Spends time fixing problems, not assigning them 4. Humility Humility is a lack of pomposity and arrogance. It is the recognition that all persons are fallible, that we are all combinations of strengths and weaknesses. Each one of us who demonstrate humility, as someone has said, "don't think less of themselves; they just think more of others." Arrogance derails more leaders than any other factor. A person with the core quality of humility: • Listens to others with an open mind

• Doesn't brag or name drop • Clearly sees and admits their own limitations and failings • Is not afraid to be vulnerable 5. Emotional Intelligence skill - Emotional Mastery Persons’ who have developed emotional mastery recognize that, as Epictetus said 2000 years ago, "It's not the facts and events that upset man, but the view he takes of them." For those in positions of formal power, the most important aspect of emotional mastery may be controlling anger. Outbursts of anger have no spot in the workplace, and can quickly destroy a sense of organizational equity and partnership. A person with the core quality of emotional mastery: • Says what he or she thinks, but never berates others • Stays calm even in crisis situations • Doesn't let anxiety interfere with public speaking or with other things that need to be done • Reflects before reacting and is able to consciously choose an appropriate response 6. Responsibility Responsibility is the acceptance of full responsibility for personal success and for the success of the chosen partner and kids. 7. Accountability The person who is truly accountable expand their view of organizational responsibility. At all levels, accountable person do what they can to get done what needs to get done, no matter where in the organization they have to go. They NEVER say, "It's not my job." They also hold themselves accountable for making relationships work - they don't say, "Well, I'll go halfway if they will." They take 100% responsibility for making any relationship work. A person with the core quality of accountability: • Takes the initiative to get things done • Is not afraid to hold others accountable • Is willing to cross departmental boundaries to help with a meaningful project • Takes personal responsibility for organizational success 8. Emotional Intelligence skill - Self-Confidence The person who is self-confident feels that they are the equal of others, even when those others are in positions of much greater formal power. The person who is self-confident also recognize the value of building the self-confidence of others and won't be threatened by doing so. Self-confidence in everyone builds a sense of partnership and helps the organization get maximum effort and ideas from everyone. A Persons’ with the core quality of self-confidence: • Has a self assured bearing • Is flexible and willing to change • Easily gives others credit • Isn't afraid to tell the truth 9. Emotional Intelligence skill - Courage

The person with courage is assertive and willing to take risks. They ask forgiveness rather than permission, and are willing to try even though they might fail. They are willing to risk conflict to have their ideas heard, balancing that with the respect that makes constructive conflict possible. A person with the core quality of courage: • Champions new or unpopular ideas • Talks to others, not about others, when there is a problem • Accepts feedback and really hears what others say • Takes the ball and runs with it, even when there are obstacles 10. Focus on the whole The person that focuses on the whole think in terms of the good for the entire organization, not in terms of what's good for them, their team or their department. They can see interdependencies and can see beyond what is immediately observable. They have an understanding of and enthusiasm for the business and an understanding of their industry. For example, if working on a software project, they consider the implications of the whole project and commit to an outcome that works for the customer rather than focusing on just their piece of the project. A person who demonstrates the core quality of focusing on the whole: • Realizes that they represent their company to customers • Sees how the work in their area affects the entire project and the entire organization • Gathers information from all stakeholders when making decisions • Shares information throughout the company and understands the value of a knowledgeable workforce

What makes a person successful? What makes them motivated, prosperous, a great leader? These questions fired the writing of each book covered in 50 Success Classics, and it is possible to draw out some common threads as answers. The following is only a brief and partial list, but may whet your appetite to discover for yourself some of the principles of success. Optimism Optimism is power. This is a secret discovered by all who succeed against great odds. Nelson Mandela, Ernest Shackleton, Eleanor Roosevelt - each admitted that what got them through tough times was an ability to focus on the positives. They understood what Claude Bristol called 'the magic of believing'. Yet great leaders also have an unusual ability to face up to stark reality, so creating a single powerful attribute: 'tough-minded optimism'. Optimistic people tend to succeed not simply because they believe all will turn out right, but because the expectation of success makes them work harder. If you expect little, you will not be motivated to even try. Definite aim, purpose or vision

Success requires concentration of effort. Most people disperse their energies over too many things and so fail to be outstanding in anything. In the words of Orison Swett Marden, "The world does not demand that you be a lawyer, minister, doctor, farmer, scientist, or merchant; it does not dictate what you shall do, but it does require that you be a master in whatever you undertake." Have higher aims and goals and doggedly pursue their realisation. As the Bible says, "Where there is no vision, the people perish". Willingness to labor Successful people are willing to engage in drudgery in the cause of something marvellous. The greater part of 'genius' is the years of effort to solve a problem or find the perfect expression of an idea. With hard work you acquire knowledge about yourself which idleness never reveals. A law of success is that, once first achieved, it can create a momentum that makes it easier to sustain. As Talleyrand put it, "Nothing succeeds like success". Discipline Enduring success is built on discipline, an appreciation that you must give yourself orders and obey them. Like compound interest, this subject may be boring, but its results in the long term can be spectacular. The great achiever knows that while the universe is built by atoms, success is built by minutes; he or she is a master when it comes to their use of time. Integrated mind Successful people have a good relationship with their unconscious or subconscious minds. They trust their intuition, and because intuitions are usually right, they seem to enjoy more luck than others. They have discovered one of the great success secrets: that the non-rational mind infallibly solves problems and creates solutions when trusted to do so. Prolific reading Look into the habits of the successful, and you will find that they are usually great readers. Many of the leaders and authors covered in this book attribute the turning point in their lives to picking up a certain book. If you can read about the accomplishments of those you admire, you cannot help but lift your own sights. Anthony Robbins remarked that 'success leaves clues', and reading is one of the best means of absorbing such clues. Curiosity and the capacity to learn are vital for achievement, thus the saying "Leaders are readers". The person who seeks growth, Dale Carnegie said, "must soak and tan his mind constantly in the vats of literature." Risk-taking

The greater the risk, the greater the potential success. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Have a bias for action. The power of expectation Successful people expect the best, and they generally get it, because expectations have a way of attracting to us their material equivalent. Since our lives correspond pretty much to the expectations we have of it, the achiever will argue, why not think big instead of small? Mastery The advanced being can turn any situation to their advantage. They are 'masters of their souls, captains of their fate.' When other parties are involved, they will seek solutions in which gains are maximised for all. In the words of Catherine Ponder, "You do not have to compromise in life, if you are willing to let go of the idea of compromise." Well-roundedness Achievements mean little if we are not a success as a person. The capacities to love, listen and learn are vital for our own well-being, and without them it is difficult to have the fulfilling relationships that we need to both renew us and inspire achievement.
Path self devlp: The path to personal and professional development is different for everyone. Depending on what your interests, dreams, and goals have become, your path to personal and professional development will be different than anyone else. Personal development and professional development are undoubtedly linked. Without professional development and success, you cannot achieve personal development and your personal dream. Because of this, there are some typical similarities on the path to personal and professional development. The first step on the path to personal and professional development is to decide what exactly you want to do with your life and your career. To do this, you must examine your strengths, weaknesses, interests, skills, and talents. Discovering more about yourself and what you want from life will help you to find your way to a rewarding and fulfilling career that will take you where you most want to go.

Once you have decided what career path you want to take, you have to figure out how to get there, and how you will obtain your ultimate dream. Most personal and professional development requires some kind of furthering education beyond high school. If your career can be started without education, you

may want to start your career and continue your education while working. There are many ways that you can do this. There are part time and nigh classes available through most community colleges and small universities. One great way to continue your personal and professional development is through online colleges and universities. These learning institutions allow you to advance in personal and professional development on a flexible schedule that allows you to work around your career.

Another part of personal and professional development is recognizing your obstacles, and how you need to overcome them. For example, resources such as Federal Financial Aid or your local community college financial aid department will be able to assist you in overcoming obstacles such as payment of high tuition and book costs for college courses. Another example of overcoming obstacles might be surrounding yourself with a positive and motivating support system, while removing yourself from negative comments of current family and friends. A large section of your path to personal and professional development is setting goals and a timeline for achieving them. Having a dream is great. But that dream will be much easier to achieve if you set obtainable, periodic goals, rather than focusing on the larger goal of your dream. Setting goals and creating a timeline for success is a great way to advance your personal and professional development. Once you have set your goals, created a timeline for success, and made those first steps toward achieving your first minor goal, you will be well on your way down the path to personal and professional development. There are many books, websites, and magazines that will help you on your way. For additional help and information, you may wish to look into hiring a personal and professional development coach, trainer, or consultant. These professionals can greatly help you in your self assessments, as well as goal setting and finding resources to help you meet your goals for success.

Self-Development is taking personal responsibility for one's own learning and development through a process of assessment, reflection, and taking action.

The Concept of Personal Development Personal Development is understanding where
you are, knowing where you would like to be and the action of bridging this gap. Before you embark upon something new you really need a successful attitude to make the most of everything in your business and personal lives.

5 Steps Toward Achieving Personal Growth

Trying to improve yourself in many different realms of life requires a great deal of patience as well as the ability to overcome obstacles that may stand in your way. Personal growth and success have been attributed as simply destinations in life, but stand to represent mere processes in the long run. Growth is indicative of a movement forward in life, not simply an end point, and represents progress. Change has become the only constant in life, and if we have the right relationship to change, we turn it into growth, which leads to constant opportunities in which to learn and grow. Throughout the many changes in your life, you need to learn how to balance the different aspects of change: your body cannot grow without your mind growing at a similar base, or vice-versa. Instead, you need to be able to find a happy medium upon which you can grow in both respects without one side growing too weak. Understand what is important It is integral throughout the change/growth process to make sure that you understand what remains important in your life. Once you section off tangible and intangible objects as necessary to the process, you can truly begin to let go of superfluous items. Additionally, so many people have resorted to others’ ideas of what it means to be successful that they themselves are unaware of what is truly important to them. You need to break free of someone else’s beliefs and form your own, rather than change your entire personal boundaries. Recognize your weaknesses In order to move on past specific events, you need to recognize your weaknesses in order to achieve your end goals. It is important to determine how you and other people respond to different situations; this allows you to better accept and understand people’s behaviors that are different from your own. Additionally, rather than excuse your behavior as related to a specific instance, it is important to recognize what your weakness was in relation and figure out how best to conquer it; only then can you grow from it. Read To be able to grow in any type of intellectual realm once you are out of school you need to focus on expanding your knowledge of current events and literature. By engaging in active reading, whether it be from newspapers, magazines, or classic novels, you will not only improve your vocabulary, but also improve your understanding of current and historical events. In striving to achieve change amidst personal growth, it becomes imperative to improve your mind at the same time. Goal-setting Setting goals is one of the most important parts in establishing change within your life. During this process, you should not only set long-term goals, but also goals for every week, month, and year. If you are trying to work towards a certain weight or job promotion, it becomes wise to set a goal for yourself to meet for the end of every week. Once you establish a routine, you can grow from it and thereby encourage change to occur. Execute your plans Once your goals have been firmly set, the most important step is to go out and put them into action. Only by executing these plans will you be able to go about instituting any form of change. Once you have reached this point in your life in which your goals are slowly becoming

realized, you will be met with a deeper understanding as to the process of personal growth and the change which you yourself can make happen. CHARACTERISTICS OF SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE What makes a person successful? What makes them motivated, prosperous, a great leader? These questions fired the writing of each book covered in 50 Success Classics, and it is possible to draw out some common threads as answers. The following is only a brief and partial list, but may whet your appetite to discover for yourself some of the principles of success. Optimism Optimism is power. This is a secret discovered by all who succeed against great odds. Nelson Mandela, Ernest Shackleton, Eleanor Roosevelt - each admitted that what got them through tough times was an ability to focus on the positives. They understood what Claude Bristol called 'the magic of believing'. Yet great leaders also have an unusual ability to face up to stark reality, so creating a single powerful attribute: 'tough-minded optimism'. Optimistic people tend to succeed not simply because they believe all will turn out right, but because the expectation of success makes them work harder. If you expect little, you will not be motivated to even try. Definite aim, purpose or vision Success requires concentration of effort. Most people disperse their energies over too many things and so fail to be outstanding in anything. In the words of Orison Swett Marden, "The world does not demand that you be a lawyer, minister, doctor, farmer, scientist, or merchant; it does not dictate what you shall do, but it does require that you be a master in whatever you undertake." Have higher aims and goals and doggedly pursue their realisation. As the Bible says, "Where there is no vision, the people perish". Willingness to labor Successful people are willing to engage in drudgery in the cause of something marvellous. The greater part of 'genius' is the years of effort to solve a problem or find the perfect expression of an idea. With hard work you acquire knowledge about yourself which idleness never reveals. A law of success is that, once first achieved, it can create a momentum that makes it easier to sustain. As Talleyrand put it, "Nothing succeeds like success". Discipline

Enduring success is built on discipline, an appreciation that you must give yourself orders and obey them. Like compound interest, this subject may be boring, but its results in the long term can be spectacular. The great achiever knows that while the universe is built by atoms, success is built by minutes; he or she is a master when it comes to their use of time. Integrated mind Successful people have a good relationship with their unconscious or subconscious minds. They trust their intuition, and because intuitions are usually right, they seem to enjoy more luck than others. They have discovered one of the great success secrets: that the non-rational mind infallibly solves problems and creates solutions when trusted to do so. Prolific reading Look into the habits of the successful, and you will find that they are usually great readers. Many of the leaders and authors covered in this book attribute the turning point in their lives to picking up a certain book. If you can read about the accomplishments of those you admire, you cannot help but lift your own sights. Anthony Robbins remarked that 'success leaves clues', and reading is one of the best means of absorbing such clues. Curiosity and the capacity to learn are vital for achievement, thus the saying "Leaders are readers". The person who seeks growth, Dale Carnegie said, "must soak and tan his mind constantly in the vats of literature." Risk-taking The greater the risk, the greater the potential success. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Have a bias for action. The power of expectation Successful people expect the best, and they generally get it, because expectations have a way of attracting to us their material equivalent. Since our lives correspond pretty much to the expectations we have of it, the achiever will argue, why not think big instead of small? Mastery The advanced being can turn any situation to their advantage. They are 'masters of their souls, captains of their fate.' When other parties are involved, they will seek solutions in which gains are maximised for all. In the words of Catherine Ponder, "You do not have to compromise in life, if you are willing to let go of the idea of compromise."

Well-roundedness Achievements mean little if we are not a success as a person. The capacities to love, listen and learn are vital for our own well-being, and without them it is difficult to have the fulfilling relationships that we need to both renew us and inspire achievement.  DIC:- The 'District Industries Centre' (DICs) programme was started by the central government in 1978 with the objective of providing a focal point for promoting small, tiny, cottage and village industries in a particular area and to make available to them all necessary services and facilities at one place. The finances for setting up DICs in a state are contributed equally by the particular state government and the central government. To facilitate the process of small enterprise development, DICs have been entrusted with most of the administrative and financial powers. For purpose of allotment of land, work sheds, raw materials etc., DICs functions under the 'Directorate of Industries'. Each DIC is headed by a General Manager who is assisted by four functional managers and three project managers to look after the following activities :

Activities of District Industries Centre (DIC):

i. Economic Investigation ii. Plant and Machinery iii. Research, education and training iv. Raw materials v. Credit facilities vi. Marketing assistance vii. Cottage industries
Objectives of District Industries Centre (DIC):

The important objectives of DICs are as follow : i. Accelerate the overall efforts for industrialisation of the district. ii. Rural industrialisation and development of rural industries and handicrafts. iii. Attainment of economic equality in various regions of the district. iv. Providing the benefit of the government schemes to the new entrepreneurs.

v. Centralisation of procedures required to start a new industrial unit and minimisation- of the efforts and time required to obtain various permissions, licenses, registrations, subsidies etc.
Functions of District Industries Centre (DIC):

i. Acts as the focal point of the industrialisation of the district. ii. Prepares the industrial profile of the district with respect to : iii. Statistics and information about existing industrial units in the district in the large, Medium, small as well as co-operative sectors. iv. Opportunity guidance to entrepreneurs. v. Compilation of information about local sources of raw materials and their availability. vi. Manpower assessment with respect to skilled, semi-skilled workers. vii. Assessment of availability of infrastructure facilities like quality testing, research and development, transport, prototype development, warehouse etc. viii. Organises entrepreneurship development training programs. ix. Provides information about various government schemes, subsidies, grants and assistance available from the other corporations set up for promotion of industries. x. Gives SSI registration. xi. Prepares techno-economic feasibility report. xii. Advices the entrepreneurs on investments. xiii. Acts as a link between the entrepreneurs and the lead bank of the district. xiv. Implements government sponsored schemes for educated unemployed people like PMRY scheme, Jawahar Rojgar Yojana, etc. xv. Helps entrepreneurs in obtaining licenses from the Electricity Board, Water Supply Board, No Objection Certificates etc. xvi. Assist the entrepreneur to procure imported machinery and raw materials. xvii. Organises marketing outlets in liaison with other government agencies.

Phases of SSI: Small scale industries have a large contribution in the growth of an economy. If we take example of India, the fastest growing economy in the world, the small scale ventures have gained a huge success quotient. Not only these enterprises produce export quality goods, they have also created thousands of job opportunities as well. Another advantage of small scale enterprises is that they are easy to set up and can fulfill one’s dream to become an entrepreneur. However, there are some important steps that you must follow to set up a small scale industrial unit. Learn about them from the following discussion. First of all, you need to prepare the description for the small scale industry you want to set up. You have to decide whether you wish to have a corporation, proprietorship or partnership. Next, you need to describe the product you wish to manufacture or the service you wish to offer. While choosing the product or service you want to offer, you must conduct a good market research and learn about the prevailing competition in the market. The next step is to choose a location to set up your small scale industry. Make sure you consider things like availability of raw materials, labor, transportation services and other such things while choosing the location. The next big step is to arrange for finance. If you don’t have enough finance, the best way is to borrow a loan. You may learn about financial aid offered by the government of your state or country. However, you must simultaneously plan on how you would repay the loan in future. Production management is the next step, once you are able to start your small scale industry. This includes allocating space for different operations and choosing your production methods. Make sure that you follow the practices for quality testing and keep on improving. You have to purchase required machinery and hire employees and workers for different departments. Marketing and business advertising form the next big step of setting up a small scale industry. Online business directories and various traditional forms of advertising can be used to gain exposure for your business. You have to decide prices for your products or services, keeping in mind the profit margin. Planning in advance is a useful aspect of setting up a small scale venture. Keep on assessing and improving your plan at every stage. All these steps are the integral parts of the process to start up a small scale unit.

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