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Making of a Leader.

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what makes a leader??? what it takes to be a leader

what makes a leader??? what it takes to be a leader

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  • 1. The Making of a Leader BY Nisha Hariyani
  • 2. How are leaders made?????
    • How do leaders inspire when other people who are equally bright and visionary fail????
    • What makes them extraordinary???
  • 3. The Making of a leader
    • Philip carroll – ceo of Fluor Cor
    • Says “…put yourself in difficult, challenging circumstances where you are outside of the comfort level that you have. It helps to be scared sometimes, to be actually worried….. Those are growth experiences.
  • 4. Developing next generation leaders
    • “ I start with the premise that the function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers.” - Ralph Nader
    “ As we look ahead into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others.” Bill Gates
  • 5. Developing next generation leaders
    • Story telling
    • Members of the Infosys start-up team in the early days.
    The idea of Infosys was born on a morning in January 1981. That fateful day, N R Narayana Murthy and six software engineers sat in his apartment debating how they could create a company to write software codes.
  • 6.
    • In 1981, it was Murthy's idea to start Infosys. Murthy had a dream, and no money. So Sudha gave him Rs 10,000, which she had saved without his knowledge. Murthy and his six colleagues started Infosys in 1981.
    • In 1983, Infosys moved to Bangalore when it got its first client, Data Basics Corporation from the United States.
    • The first mini computer arrived at Infosys in 1983.
  • 7.
    • There was no luxury, only struggle, day and night. They had no car, no phone.
    • Murthy later recalled that it was not the luxuries of life, but the passion to create something new and innovative that made them keep going on and on and on.
    • Gopalakrishnan relives the memories of those days. "We had nothing after eight years of trying to bring up a company. Those who studied with us had cars and houses," he says.
  • 8.
    • The company was on the verge of collapse. One of the founder-partners -- Ashok Arora -- was dejected with the way the company was going, and decided to quit.
    • The others did not know what to do. But Murthy had the courage of conviction. 'If you all want to leave, you can. But I am going to stick (with it) and make it,' Murthy told them.
    • It is said that Infosys began getting big breakthroughs from the US market
    • Infosys is the largest publicly traded IT services exporter in India, providing services to 315 large corporations, such as GE and Nortel, predominantly in the USA.
    Now, it's a global IT giant! 25 years sheer determination, and growth
  • 9.  
  • 10. Components of story telling
    • Context specific
    • Level specific
    • Use of role models
    • Dramatic
    • Learning value
    • Practice storytelling
  • 11. Leadership development & organizational goals
    • CEO – HP – Carly Fiorina
    • Objective: reinstate HP to previous place as top hightech innovator
    • An organization has to take five critical steps to achieve this.
  • 12.
    • Consciousness
    • Future orientation
    • Execution
    • Integration
    • Evaluation of development efforts
  • 13. Summary
    • The making of a leader
    • Developing next generation leaders
    • Tying leadership development to organizational goals

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