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

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  • 1. Based on the book : A Leadership Dialogue Awakening the real leader inside each one of us
  • 2. Why the book?
  • 3. Dashrath Manjhi Who?
  • 4. By Foot : By Wheels : 15 KM As the crow flies : 55 KM 400 ft.
  • 5. Dashrath Manjhi
  • 6. Dashrath Manjhi Wow!
  • 7. Dashrath Manjhi Why not me?
  • 8. W Who? W Wow! W Why not me? The book is about the journey:
  • 9. Someone else made me a manager; I alone can make myself a leader That’s “Awakening”
  • 10. Trauma of a loss! Triumph of an achievement!
  • 11. A nation, an industry, or an individual of triumph without trauma?
  • 12. Past & Present 13 $100 MM 1991 $108 BB 20142014 $108 BB 1000X +
  • 13. Against the backdrop of an unimpressive 3% growth in US! Rise & Rise of India’s GDP 1
  • 14. Among the world’s richest! 70 Billionaires!
  • 15. Education too has come a long way!
  • 16. That’s the upside. Source of Wow! Our (my) triumph!
  • 17. Is it really? Is there a downside?
  • 18. Where’s the trauma? What have we lost?
  • 19. Middle-eastern invaders Inside robbers Far-western imperialists We have lost immense wealth!
  • 20. Hardware ImportsPast, Present & Future! 21 $100 MM 1991 $108 BB 2014 $400 BB 2020 Hardware Imports Surpassing Oil Imports!
  • 21. The GDP Story! USA CHN IND
  • 22. India 53% 7037 Self-made Billionaires: 358350 China 92% 481 350 USA 73%
  • 23. Education too has come a long way! Really? Let’s try Dashrath Manjhi Math!
  • 24. Human Development Index: 136
  • 25. But, Even more importantly We may have lost something immeasurable!
  • 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. Desensitized to the point of a Mental Anesthesia?
  • 28. To Succeed … Our own will-power Environmental SupportX
  • 29. There is a mountain to climb…
  • 30. Let’s hear the story …
  • 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.  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.  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.  So, you have trained well and you are at the base camp  Describe your attempt to climb the Everest
  • 35.  Against so many odds, you have conquered the world’s tallest mountain!  How does it feel and what next?
  • 36.  Your final message to the audience?
  • 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. That’s “Awakening”
  • 39. Thank you!