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  • Munnabhai

    1. 1. MunnaBhai MBBSPower, Influence & Effectiveness: Indian Perceptions<br />
    2. 2. MunnaBhaiM.B.B.S<br /><ul><li>2003 Indian comedy
    3. 3. First film in the popular MunnaBhai series
    4. 4. Directed by RajkumarHirani and produced by VidhuVinod Chopra
    5. 5. 2004 National Film Award for Best Popular Film, several Filmfare awards, including the Critics Award for Best Movie, Best Screenplay
    6. 6. The fifth highest grossing Hindi film of the year </li></li></ul><li>Munnabhai&his conformance to the conceptof DaiviLeadership & Maslow’s Self-actualized Person <br />
    7. 7. Daivi Leadership<br />Munnabhai shows leadership that liberates the followers, frees them from their limitations, brings out the best in them, gives them wings. <br />Under him, even the hereto indifferent members of the hospital, got the courage to stand up for what they thought was right<br />Leads to colleagues who love him enough to risk their career for him<br />
    8. 8. His leadership proves to be one that transforms the leader and the led into greater heights of human dignity and achievement while achieving organizational goals.<br />Munnabhai himself turns into a better person at the end of the journey while even DrAsthana, his enemy decides to correct his faults and work for charity<br />
    9. 9. Has daivisampad: Fearlessness, self-mastery, kindness to creatures, gentleness, fortitude, etc. Leaders have high perseverance<br />Don’t succumb to minor failures<br />Work towards the goal with high positive attitude.<br />Never fear of enduring pains<br />
    10. 10. Beyond the call of Duty<br />Has Human kinship- a genuine love for, and desire to help, all people<br />Itwasn’t his job! <br />But yet he was always there to help solve other’s problems…<br />…. With a keen feeling of belongingness! <br />
    11. 11. Respect for Even Those who are Present at the Bottom of the Ladder<br />Has Humility and respect- Worships work and does not look down on anybody as lower than the other<br />Similar to Roosevelt, interested in even the workers at the bottom of the ladder<br />Munnabhai showing love and empathy to a sweeper<br />Manusham/ Danam<br />Servant Leadership<br />
    12. 12. Not hesitant to express the admiration through words of praise and a ‘jaadookijhappi’<br />
    13. 13. Ability to Look Beyond Failure<br />Parents’ disappointment, failure to become a doctor- nothing could put down the indomitable spirit of Munnabhai<br />Acceptance of himself and things as they are<br />
    14. 14. Ability to Look Beyond Failure<br />Problem-centeredness: focuses on questions or challenges outside themselves<br />has a sense of mission or purpose resulting in an absence of pettiness, introspection, and ego games<br />
    15. 15. InspiringLeadership<br />Sense of humor- not amused by jokes that hurt or imply inferiority, but humor that highlights the foolishness of human beings in general<br />Spontaneity: a rich, unconventional inner life with a child-like ability to constantly see the world a new and appreciate beauty in the mundane<br />Was able to fully motivate Circuit<br />Could inspire him to deliver results!<br />Inspired fierce loyalty too..<br />
    16. 16. No Status Hangups<br />He was a ‘Respected Bhai’! <br />But was willing to give up all comforts<br />
    17. 17. People’s person<br />He connected to people …So simply!!<br />Even to unknown people…<br />They trusted him…And he never let them down….at any cost !!<br />
    18. 18. Ability to Look Beyond Conventions<br />Resistance to enculturation (ability to see beyond the confines of culture and era)<br />
    19. 19. Ability to Look Beyond Conventions<br />Clear perception of reality: including a heightened ability to detect falseness and be a good judge of character – judges people not by how conventional they are but by how good they are<br />Autonomy: independence of the good opinion of other people, more interest in inner satisfaction than status or rewards<br />Ethics: clear, if not conventional, notions of right and wrong<br />
    20. 20. Manasam<br />Developing normal power of minds like creativity<br />Munnabhai uses his creative mind to save Anand from being thrown out of hospital<br />
    21. 21. Prajanah<br />Grooming the next generation<br />Munnabhai gives advice to a teenager who tries to commit suicide<br />Highly motivate people to reach their goals<br />Commitment towards one’s responsibility<br />Is empathetic <br />Is strong in his beliefs<br />Has Human kinship- a genuine love for, and desire to help, all people<br />
    22. 22. OB I DAYS ARE BACK<br />
    23. 23. Treatment of brain dead man<br />Belief in something inherently unattractive<br />Theory Y leadership (McGregor)<br />Exercising self-direction and self-restraint<br />Capacity of exerting high degree of imagination<br />Commitment to objectives dependent on the rewards achievable<br />Ability to see merit in ‘dead’ plans<br />Intrinsic value of any subordinate<br />
    24. 24. Treatment of brain dead man<br />Belief in ability of every small person<br />Country club leadership (Blake and Mouton)<br />High concern for people, less on production<br />Conviction that motivated people inherently perform better<br />
    25. 25. Request to patients to treat themselves<br />Realization of self-potential<br />Making people realize them<br />Selling trait (Hersey & Blanchard)<br />High task & relationship behavior<br />Direction given<br />Attempt to make people ‘buy-in’<br />
    26. 26. Thank you Mr. RajkumarHirani<br />Your movie is an encyclopedia of leadership and will inspire youth for ages to come<br />