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  • Preserving Values-

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  • 1. sWaMI VIVeKananDacontrIbutor PersonalItY ProGraMFocus on Value Prepared By: Harsh Shah Akshay Rawat Ritul Ray Divyesh Purohit Powerpoint Templates Nikul Shah 1
  • 2. Presentation Outline:What is Focus on Value ???What does creating value mean???Explorations… Application Examples…Examples Of Real Contributor…Conclusion… 2
  • 3. What is Focus on Value ????• In the term of contributor we define focus on value as below:• One of the aspect of a Contributor’s Mindset is his/her goal of creating value – for self, for family, for the team, for the organization, for customers, and for society.• In short, the Contributor aims to create value for all stakeholders in his / her life. 3
  • 4. Illustrative Example:- (i) 4
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  • 6. Role Model: Sir Thomas Edison 6
  • 7. What Does Creating Value Mean???• Creating value means making a positive difference, a tangible impact, a specific contribution to any situation.• This positive difference or impact can be in the form of achieving a specific goal, creating a product, creating ‘human touch’ in a particular interaction, or enhancing one’s own capacity or the capacity of one’s colleagues and team- mates.• Contributors are therefore extremely result- focused, but the result is measured in terms of value created. 7
  • 8. Illustrative Example:- VALUE FOR (i) MONEY Although I’m weak in studies, I will study hard and wont let my parents waste money for my admissions... NO VALUE FORMONEYI’m too intelligent to getmyself in merit but I don’tneed to study for it. Mydad’s money will anyhowplace me with scholars… 8
  • 9. Illustrative Example:- (ii)Steve Jobs Dennis Ritchie 9
  • 10. Dennis Ritchie:Role Model: The Geek Prometheus •Creator of a valuable programming tool and asset C programming language. • C programming sits at the heart of programming and is a platform for most programmers. •Co-creator of another most valuable user interaction tool open source “Unix operating system”.At least 75% of the web asyou know it ( 60%-Server •Rewarded with Turning AwardShare; 13%-Client Share; 93% in 1983 and National Medal OfWeb Server), is powered by Technology of 1998 from Formerthe developments of Dennis Pres, Bill Clinton for his valuableRitchie over his lifetime. contributions. 10
  • 11. Role Model: Shame To Have One... Lucrative Career Achievements: Include 72 PGA Wins and numerous other titles under his belt. Only player to have won all the 4 professional major championships in a row,(feat. 2000–2001 seasons). Turning away from values, once created, for others to follow, have lost grounds. Eldrick Tont •Failed Marriage life with Ms. "Tiger" Woods Thomas Nordegren and a failed father of two. Quotes:- Winning •Alleged extramarital affairs 11 Isnt Everything atleast 9 mistresses.
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  • 13. Concept Exploration –(i) 13
  • 14. Concept Exploration –(ii) 14
  • 15. Concept Exploration –(iii) 15
  • 16. APPLICATION EXAMPLES 16 Free Powerpoint Templates
  • 17. Preserving Values 17
  • 18. Giving Value For Better Service 18
  • 19. Trusting Team Members And Encouraging Integrity. 19
  • 20. Examples Of Contributor…  His contribution towards society: Identity and unity Universe allegation Hinduism’s rise to eminence Preservation of Hinduisms rich diversity 20
  • 21. Swami Vivekananda says:Even with the awakening of knowledge, the potter will remaina potter, the fisherman a fisherman, the peasant a peasant. Whyshould they leave their hereditary calling? “ – Don’t give up thework to which you were born, even if it be attended withdefects.”If they are taught in this way, why should they give up theirrespective callings? Rather they will apply their knowledge tothe better performance of the work to which they have beenborn.Doing is very good, but that comes from thinking. Littlemanifestations of energy through the muscles are called work.But where there is no thought, there will be no work. Fill thebrain, therefore, with high thoughts, highest ideals, place them 21day and night before you, and out of that will come great work.
  • 22. Sachin tendulkar The name itself strikes terror in the hearts of bowlers and captains all around the world. The Star of Indian Cricket, more like a GOD  in India, he is the best player ever gifted to the  game of Cricket and should be chosen as the  sport personality of the year. He possesses all the strokes in the book and is  probably the best cutter and straight driver of the  ball today. 22
  • 23. Dhirubhai Ambani Quotes:Think big, think fast, think ahead. Ideas are no ones monopoly.Pursue your goals even in the face of difficulties, and convert adversities into opportunities.Dont give up, courage is my conviction.We cannot change our Rulers, but we can change the way they Rule Us. 23
  • 24. ConclusionThese things are extremely result-oriented.Swami Vivekananda expected that individualsdo not merely “work”, but work in order toachieve results and create value for themselvesand society.Growth has no limit for us. We keep revisingour visions. Only when our dream it we can do it.We have to believed on our dreams and welived our dreams. 24
  • 25. Thank You… 25Free Powerpoint Templates