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Leadership,motivation and teamspirit_Mukesh Vaghasiya

  1. 1. ByMukesh Vaghasiya.
  2. 2. CHAK DE INDIA(lEADErsHIp, motIvAtIoN &tEAm spIrIt)"Jo ho nahi sakta… wohi to karna hai"
  3. 3. proBlEm ArEAsLack of disciplineLack of team co-ordinationMore focus on self interest rather than teaminterestsLack of motivation to performEgo among the senior playersLack of reception towards innovative ideasDifficulty in overcoming cynicism
  4. 4. lEADErsHIpLeadership, a critical management skill,is the ability to motivate a group of people towards acommon goal
  5. 5. sKIlls of lEADErsHIpGetting and giving informationUnderstanding team needs and characteristicsControlling the teamCounselingSetting the exampleRepresenting the teamProblem solvingEvaluationSharing leadership
  6. 6. What Differentiates LeaDer from amanagerLEADER MANAGERCreates Confidence Creates FearCorrects Mistakes Fixes BlameAsks Questions Knows AllInteresting DrudgeryRight Thing Things Right
  7. 7. LeaDership styLesAutocratic Leadership StyleParticipative Leadership Style orDemocratic Leadership StyleKabir KhanStyle ofLeadership
  8. 8. LeaDer knoWsTo MotivateTo Exploit opportunityTo TackleTo Accept the ChangeTo Accept the ChallengeCrisis Management
  9. 9. kaBir khan as a LeaDer Motivated & InspiredFair & PartialStrict DisciplinarianStrengths & WeaknessesStrategies of CompetitorsTough As Well As CaringUnityTeam Spirit and SelflessnessEthicalRisk Taker
  10. 10. a LeaDer is a one Who Can Lay a firmfoUnDation With the BriCks others haVethroWn at him
  11. 11. MOTIVATIONDriveAchievement of goalsCombination of factorsRedefining of the goals and ambition from timeto time“The extent to which persistent effort is directedtoward a goal”
  12. 12. NEED & IMPORTANCE OF MOTIVATIONSecuring co-operation fromcolleaguesStimulating employeesMaintaining human relationsAttending human needsRaising MoraleReduces absenteeismReduces accidents
  13. 13. TYPES OF MOTIVATIONIntrinsic MotivationExtrinsic Motivation
  14. 14. TEAM SPIRITWorking Together As One, To Achieve A Common GoalEspirit De Corps, The Spirit Of The Group That MakesThe Members Want The Groups To SucceedTeam Spirit Is The Feeling Of Pride And Loyalty ThatExists Among The Members Of A Team And That MakesThem Want Their Team To Do Well Or To Be The Best.
  15. 15. TEAM SPIRIT MODELINTEgRATINg TASk & PROCESS ORIENTATIONInitiatingVisioningCelebratingLetting Go
  16. 16. TEAM SPIRIT“Mujhe sirf ek mulk ka naam sunai deta hai I-N-D-I-A. Breakingnorms, personal egos and past individual performances and aligningthe team with a new goal, a new cause is critical.The biggest challenge in today’s corporate India will be overcomingthe fear that the best players will simply quit and join anothercompany if you keep them on bench. It might be worth overcomingthat fear.Pushing the team to perform beyond their capabilities is key toachieving the goals.
  17. 17. Team WorkIncreased Productivityflexible systemImproved customer serviceCompetitive advantageMore ideasBenefits:
  18. 18. KEY LESSONS BE STRICT AND STRAIGHT WITH YOUR TEAM, YOU DON’T HAVE TO BEALWAYS NICE WITH THEM. STRATEGY IS IMPORTANT-KNOW THE TEAM MEMBERS INDIVIDUALSTRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES IF YOU HAVE THE TALENT, PASSION AND COMMITMENT, YOU CAN MAKEUNDERDOGS WIN THOSE WHO DO NOT PLAY FOR THE COMMON GOAL SHOULD BERUTHLESSLY DEALT WITH AND KEPT OUT OF THE TEAM. NEVER LOOSE HOPE. SACRIFICES TO ACHIEVE GOAL. INDIVIDUAL SUCCESS IS ONLY POSSIBLE WHEN THE TEAM SUCCEEDS.
  19. 19. Be always on time - otherwise you might be excludedfrom your team, no matter who you are or where youare coming from.If you are in a team you need to work together andnot against each other, then only you can achievecommon goal.As a team, make right decisions at the right time.
  20. 20. Thank you.

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