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Movie Invictus Leadership analysis


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  • 1. S U B M I T T E D B Y : G R O U P N O . 2 5 A N A N T H D I V Y A G O Y L E N A C H I K E T A S W A Y C H A L N E H A K H U L L A R R E E T I N A G E S H R I INVICTUS
  • 2. Invictus: An overview  The film tells the inspiring true story of how Nelson Mandela joined forces with the captain of South Africa's rugby team to help unite their country.  The movie begins with election of Nelson Mandela as the president of South Africa, when the country is still psychologically divided into blacks and whites.  When the country was facing multiple problems such as increasing crime rates, low economy, currency, Nelson Mandela identified the core problem: The psychological divide within the country.  He wisely spotted out that Sports could be an effective way of bridging this gap and creating harmony, as well as establishing his country’s brand internationally.
  • 3. Leadership traits  A free, open minded leader, who liked frank interactions with the masses  A leader, sensitive for every team member: complimented assistants enquired bodyguards about their families Broad perspective thinker: donated 1/3rd of his salary for charity. Believed in the ‘Human touch’: took initiatives to create bond between Springboks and native blacks.
  • 4. Leadership examples  You are risking your future as our leader.  The day I am afraid to do that, is the day I am no longer fit to lead.  Be the change you want to see: mixed bodyguards team.  Power of conviction: Challenged the unanimous vote to eliminate Springboks, and managed to reform it.  A true inspirer: met the team members at strategic intervals and inspired them to perform better
  • 5. As a result….  As predicted by Nelson Mandela, the joy of victory of South Africa winning world cup was much greater than the mutual unrest between blacks and whites. It matters not how strait the gate, How charged with punishments the scroll…. I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul.
  • 6. THANK YOU!!!