|It was a pretty big goose egg on the top of his head||During the late part of his life, Covey returned to academia as a professor at the Huntsman School of Business at , holding the Huntsman Presidential Chair|
|Maharishi Award from Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa• LDS Church Almanac, 2006 Edition, p||One of 's 25 most influential Americans of 1996• It is the sequel to The 7 Habits|
6 Events: The Restoration Model for Solving Life's Problems 2004.
|The Leader in Me is being used by more than 150 elementary schools in the U||" The Leader in Me [ ] Covey released The Leader in Me — How Schools and Parents Around the World Are Inspiring Greatness, One Child at a Time in November 2008|
|The National of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award for Entrepreneurial Leadership• The site was withdrawn some time after his death||Later starting in 1973 Covey served for a time as a mission representative of the Quorum of the 12, where he oversaw training of missionaries in multiple missions in the eastern United States|
The 1994 International of the Year Award• Combs Elementary School in Raleigh, other schools and parents around the world have adopted the approach and have seen remarkable results".
|Bullock, Erin Hong and Blaze||When Covey studied as an MBA student at Harvard, he would, on occasion, preach to crowds on|
|Injuries and death [ ] In April 2012, Covey, an avid cyclist, was riding a bike in Rock Canyon Park in , when he lost control of his bike and fell||Living the 7 Habits 2000• It tells how "some schools, parents and business leaders are preparing the next generation to meet the great challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century|
Covey served as the first president of the Irish Mission of the church starting in July 1962.