NASSCOM GIC Conclave 2014 - Awakening - Deenanath Harapanahalli, The Atlanta Foundation

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NASSCOM GIC Conclave 2014 - Awakening - Deenanath Harapanahalli, The Atlanta Foundation

  1. 1. Based on the book : A Leadership Dialogue Awakening the real leader inside each one of us
  2. 2. Why the book?
  3. 3. Dashrath Manjhi Who?
  4. 4. By Foot : By Wheels : 15 KM As the crow flies : 55 KM 400 ft.
  5. 5. Dashrath Manjhi
  6. 6. Dashrath Manjhi Wow!
  7. 7. Dashrath Manjhi Why not me?
  8. 8. W Who? W Wow! W Why not me? The book is about the journey:
  9. 9. Someone else made me a manager; I alone can make myself a leader That’s “Awakening”
  10. 10. Trauma of a loss! Triumph of an achievement!
  11. 11. A nation, an industry, or an individual of triumph without trauma?
  12. 12. Past & Present 13 $100 MM 1991 $108 BB 20142014 $108 BB 1000X +
  13. 13. Against the backdrop of an unimpressive 3% growth in US! Rise & Rise of India’s GDP 1
  14. 14. Among the world’s richest! 70 Billionaires!
  15. 15. Education too has come a long way!
  16. 16. That’s the upside. Source of Wow! Our (my) triumph!
  17. 17. Is it really? Is there a downside?
  18. 18. Where’s the trauma? What have we lost?
  19. 19. Middle-eastern invaders Inside robbers Far-western imperialists We have lost immense wealth!
  20. 20. Hardware ImportsPast, Present & Future! 21 $100 MM 1991 $108 BB 2014 $400 BB 2020 Hardware Imports Surpassing Oil Imports!
  21. 21. The GDP Story! USA CHN IND
  22. 22. India 53% 7037 Self-made Billionaires: 358350 China 92% 481 350 USA 73%
  23. 23. Education too has come a long way! Really? Let’s try Dashrath Manjhi Math!
  24. 24. Human Development Index: 136
  25. 25. But, Even more importantly We may have lost something immeasurable!
  26. 26. How did we get here? Have we lost the sense that we have lost something? Have we lost the sense that we CAN win?
  27. 27. Desensitized to the point of a Mental Anesthesia?
  28. 28. To Succeed … Our own will-power Environmental SupportX
  29. 29. There is a mountain to climb…
  30. 30. Let’s hear the story …
  31. 31.  Grew up in a middle-class family  National volleyball & football player  24 year old, looking for a job  On a train to Delhi for CISF test & interview  Thugs enter the wagon and start robbing  What happened next?
  32. 32.  Physical trauma subsiding  Adding insult to injury  On the hospital bed, frustrated & helpless  What went through your mind?  What did you decide to do?  & Why?
  33. 33.  Once you decided to climb the Everest, how did you start?  Did you seek help?  How did you train?  When did you know that you were ready?
  34. 34.  So, you have trained well and you are at the base camp  Describe your attempt to climb the Everest
  35. 35.  Against so many odds, you have conquered the world’s tallest mountain!  How does it feel and what next?
  36. 36.  Your final message to the audience?
  37. 37. Humanizing the leader = Leaderizing Self = Lessons of Leadership Singularizing success = Aggrandizing the person = Externalizing leadership = Then, It Is Not Me! Then, Why Not Me?
  38. 38. That’s “Awakening”
  39. 39. Thank you!

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